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1 Introduction to ProForm Rapid elearning Studio The ProForm Rapid elearning Studio includes the ProForm Course Authoring Tool, the SWiSH Rapid Animation Tool, and the RapidCam Screen Recording Tool. This guide provides information on using the ProForm Course Authoring Tool. What is ProForm? The ProForm Course Authoring Tool allows you to quickly create interactive Flash- based SCORM- conformant e- learning courseware without having to know a line of code or learning a complex authoring environment. Without a lot of technical knowledge, you can easily build courses on your desktop and move them to your LMS. Why Use ProForm? With ProForm Rapid elearning Studio, you can: Quickly create Flash- based e- learning courses, quizzes, tests, learning games, and branching scenarios without knowing how to use or owning Flash Build from form- based templates for fastest development or layout content visually Add an integrated glossary Add external audio, video, images and Flash movies (.SWF) into the course content Quickly make an existing PowerPoint presentation into an e- learning course Easily build interactive learning activities that move beyond quiz questions (such as branching soft- skill simulations) Package your course to communicate with any SCORM conformant LMS Customize the look/feel of the course interface for your organization Integrate SWiSH and RapidCam movies. Other ProForm Rapid elearning Studio Tools These tools are part of the ProForm Rapid elearning Studio, but are not discussed in this guide: SWiSH Rapid Animation Tool: In SWiSH you can import and position images and text, synchronize audio, animate anything, then export as a Flash movie (SWF) and include in your ProForm course, with no programming required. RapidCam Screen Recording Tool: Record PowerPoint presentations or software demonstrations, then export as Flash movies and include in your ProForm course. PROFORM 1

2 Getting Started 1. Open a new project from the menu by clicking on ProForm Project link or by opening from the New Project icon from the toolbar at the top. 2. Fill in all the necessary fields: a. Select a project folder. Make a new folder to keep all your project files in. Note: Each project needs to be in a separate and unique folder. b. Type in a project file name (this will not be shown to the learner; it is only used by ProForm to identify the project). c. Type in a title (this will be shown to the learner at the top of the course interface). d. Select a page transition by using the pull down tab. e. Select the course style. See the text box to the left of this page for tips on selecting a course style. Some styles allow you to change the colors in the template and some will not. 2 PROFORM f. Do not turn on any Data Tracking Properties until right before you publish your course (turning them on before may cause problems with previewing the course because ProForm will be searching for the LMS to communicate with). g. Click the OK icon at the bottom. ProForm will now create your project by copying the necessary files to your project folder. This may take a few minutes. Note: Here are some things to keep in mind when selecting the course style: The resolution of the screen your learners will be using (If you know your learners will be using 800x600 resolution, make sure to select a course style that is 800x600. If you aren t sure, selecting 1024x768 will give you more screen space for your training content. Flash Player 8 must be installed to use styles labeled player8 (or any later versions). You should also select a player8 style if you plan on tracking student data with an LMS or if your learners will be accessing the course with FireFox or a Mac browser.

3 Creating Content Once your new project is created, you can start creating content. 1. Start creating content by adding a new topic. Topics are like folder dividers that separate different pages. Notice that the title you type in for the topic also appears in the table of contents at the left of the screen. 2. To add a page under this topic, click on the Add a Page or Term icon at the bottom left. a. Give the page a title. Then use the pull down tab to select what kind of page you want. IF you decide to change the page type later, you can do so by clicking on the pull down tab labeled Page Template at the bottom right of the screen. b. Fill in the blank fields. Click on any blank field to type in text. Click on folders to browse for and select files for audio, image, video, or SWF. When incorporating new media into the course, ProForm will ask you if you want to copy the file into the course structure. Hit YES. c. Previewing: After you have provided a path for all media types on the page, you can preview. First hit the save icon to save the newest version of your course. Then hit the preview icon at the top left of the screen. PROFORM 3

4 Working with Different Types of Media In ProForm there are pages that incorporate text, images, sounds, videos, SWFs, or PowerPoints. Instead of giving instructions on every single page type, here you will find information on how to use the different types of media. After learning how to treat the different types of media, you will be able to successfully complete the steps of any page type. Text Enter the text into the blank page text field. You can make simple edits such as: Bolding, italicizing, or underlining, Right, center, or left justification, Bullets Add a link (This feature will be explained further in the section labeled Creating Links. ) Font color Font size Font type Notes The text in notes works the same way as the regular text field. Make sure that you select a note in the pull down menu or your note will not appear. Image ProForm can only upload images in.jpg format. Image File: click on the folder icon to browse for the file you want to use. Image Position: Use the pull down tab to select the position of your image: left, left and center, right, right and center, center, or bottom center. Caption Heading: The heading the learner will see for the picture Caption Text: The text that will appear below the picture in a caption. 4 PROFORM

5 Audio Proform can only upload audio files that are in MP3 format. 1. Click on the folder to browse for the audio file. 2. If you do not want the audio to play automatically and require the learner to click the play button on the media controller, then remove the checkmark from this box. Video Videos must be in FLV format to be compatible with ProForm. 1. Click on the folder to browse for the video file. 2. Choose the position of the video on the page by using the pull down tab. 3. If you do not want the video to play automatically and require the learner to click the play button on the media controller, then remove the checkmark from this box. SWF 1. Click on the folder to browse for the SWF file. 2. (Optional) The Caption Heading will appear immediately beneath the image in bold. If you leave this field blank, the learner will not see it or the Caption Text field. 3. (Optional) The Caption Text immediately follows the Caption Heading. 4. If you do not want the SWF to play automatically and require the learner to click the play button on the media controller, then remove the checkmark from this box. 5. Choose the position of the SWF on the page by using the pull- down tab. 6. Changing the width and height: If your movie doesn t position properly, click on the locks to unlock the fields and then type in a width and height Note: For more information on how to fill out any field on a page, click on the green help icon at the top right of the screen. PROFORM 5

6 Quiz Page To add a quiz or test to your course, click on the Add a New Page icon, select quiz as the page type in the pull down menu and click OK. Fill in the fields: An explanation of each field is given below. Title: The title will show up in the table of contents. 6 PROFORM Quiz ID: Each quiz needs to have its own unique quiz ID. This can be anything you want, but cannot include spaces or symbols. Quiz Type: Select either review or test. IN a review, the learner is allowed to move back and view past questions. In a test, the learner is restricted from viewing past questions. The test option also allows you to randomize the questions, using a subset from a larger question pool, so that the test is never the same. Questions to Ask: Use this field to indicate the total number of questions that are contained in the quiz. This setting is required. If you are creating a randomized test, set this number to the total number of questions you want displayed from the pool, not the total number of questions in the pool. If you are not using randomized testing, set this number equal to the total number of questions you have added and questions will be displayed in the order they are listed in the Quiz Questions list box. Pass Percentage: Enter a score that the learner must achieve in order to receive a completion status. Use this field in conjunction with the Record Lesson Status field. When this score is achieved the attribute selected in the Record Lesson Status field will be executed. Record Lesson Status: Use this setting to indicate how you would like to record lesson status when the quiz is complete. You can choose to record a status for the entire course (SCO) once the learner has completed or passed the quiz. Selecting pass or fail based on score will record a pass or fail status for the SCO depending on the learner s score in relation to the number entered in the Passing Score field. If you choose complete for finishing quiz, a status of completed will be sent to the LMS once the quiz is completed. This status is sent no matter the score received. You can also select a pass/fail or completed criteria in conjunction with the apipagecomplete function. If you choose api (pass or fail), a function call will be made to the apipagecomplete function only when a passing score is met. If you choose api (complete), a function call will be sent as soon as the quiz is completed. This does not mean that the course (SCO) is automatically recorded as complete or pass or

7 fail. It is dependent upon the status of the other pages in the course. If they are all complete as well then the status is sent. If you are creating a SCORM 1.2 course (SCO), you may want to select pass or incomplete. This attribute also uses the Passing Score number. If the learner receives a passing score, a status of passed is sent. If the learner does not pass then a status of incomplete is sent. An incomplete status instead of fail will still let them access the course in certain browsers. If you are not communicating with an LMS, you can leave this setting unselected. In order to use the apipagecomplete function for determining completeness you must set it up in the Project Settings. Min Percentage: The Minimum Percentage setting is used with SCORM and AICC data tracking. Enter a maximum score percentage possible for the quiz. For example, you can enter 0 for zero percent. Max Percentage: The Max Score setting is used with SCORM and AICC data tracking. Enter a maximum percentage score possible for the quiz. For example, you can enter 100, for one hundred percent. Quiz Intro Heading: A heading given at above the Intro Text. Quiz Intro Text: The text that learner views before taking the quiz (such as instructions or an explanation). Adding, Editing, and Deleting Questions 1. Click on the Add icon to the right of the Quiz Question field. 2. Select the type of question you want 3. Click on OK. 4. To edit a question, click on the question to select it, then click on the Edit button. 5. To delete a question, click on the question to select it, then click on the Delete button. The settings for each type of quiz question will be described in the section titled Types of Quiz Questions. PROFORM 7

8 Print/ Tab On this tab you can indicate whether your learner will be able to print their quiz results or have an sent. Print Results: Check this box if you want to allow your learners to print out their quiz results Send Check this box if you want to have quiz results ed to the learners. Use Server: Check this box to use the server indicated in the Server Page URL field. Message to the learner: Type in a general message the learner will view after the quiz. Include Name (LMS): Check this box to include the name. Include Quiz Title: Check this box to include the quiz title in the Subject: SendTo Advanced Tab Link ID: Type in a unique ID if you plan on linking this page to other pages. Content File: Do not change the default. Include in TOC: Check this box to include the page in the table of contents Load Percentage: Indicate the percentage at which the media will play after it has loaded. Hide Page?: Only check this box if you want to hide this page from learners and make it accessible only by links. Completed if Pass: Check this box if you are using SCORM to set the Complete. Incomplete if Fail: Check this box if you are using SCORM to set the Incomplete. 8 PROFORM

9 Types of Quiz Questions There are twelve different kinds of quiz questions available. Each one has different settings and is explained in more detail on the following pages. 1. True or False 2. Multiple Choice 3. Multiple Correct 4. Image Multiple Choice 5. Fill in the Blank 6. Essay 7. Categorize Drag and Drop 8. Steps Drag and Drop 9. Multiple Correct Audio 10. Multiple Choice Audio 11. Multiple Choice with Image 12. Multiple Correct with Image PROFORM 9

10 True/False Question ID: Use this field to enter an ID that links the question. You can enter any ID you would like. This ID must be unique from the other questions in the quiz. Objective ID: Use this field to enter an objective ID that this question tests for. This is an optional setting used with SCORM or AICC data tracking. It lets you track questions in relation to an objective. Weight: Use this field to establish a weight for the question. The default weight is one. A weight of one means that the question is worth one point. Track Question: Make sure this checkbox is checked if you want to track the question data in an LMS. Question Text: Enter the text of the question. Correct Answer: Use this drop down list to indicate whether the answer is True or False. Question Feedback Fields: If you would like to override the global feedback and provide feedback specific to this question, check the Override Feedback checkbox and then establish any feedback settings you want to use. For a definition of each field refer to the Global Feedback section below. Click OK. The new question is added to the list. Other icons to help you edit your quiz questions Add: Add more questions. Edit: Edit existing questions. Delete: Delete questions. Up: Move a question up (higher on the list). Down: Move a question down (lower on the list). Global Feedback Initial Prompt: Given to the learner with the question. Evaluation Prompt: Given to the learner after answer selection, but before answer submission. Correct Feedback: Given after selecting the correct answer. Incorrect Feedback: Given after selecting an incorrect answer. Try Again Feedback: You must have a number for Number of Tries entered to receive try again feedback. 10 PROFORM

11 Multiple Choice Question ID: Type in a unique ID for this question. Objective ID: (Optional) Use this filed to enter an ID that this question tests for. This is an optional setting used with SCORM or AICC data tracking. It lets you track questions in relation to an objective. Weight: Type in a number to establish a weight for the question. The default weight is 1, which means the question is worth 1 point. Track Question: Check this box if you want to track the question data in an LMS. Question Text: Type in the text of the question. Distractor Settings Randomize: Check this box if you want the distractors to appear in a random order. Distractor n: Type in a distractor. Any distractors that you leave blank will not appear in the question. Correct: Check this box if this distractor is the correct answer Wrap Text: Check this box if the distractor text is long and will need to wrap. Specific Feedback n: If you want to override the default feedback for this distractor, click on the lock to unlock this field and type in the feedback. Override Global Feedback Settings (optional) These settings are optional. You may fill them out if you want to override the Global Feedback Settings. For more information on these fields, please refer to the Override Global Feedback Settings section on the True/False page. When you are finished filling out all the fields on this page, hit the OK button. PROFORM 11

12 Multiple Correct Question ID: Type in a unique ID for this question. Objective ID: (Optional) Use this filed to enter an ID that this question tests for. This is an optional setting used with SCORM or AICC data tracking. It lets you track questions in relation to an objective. Weight: Type in a number to establish a weight for the question. The default weight is 1, which means the question is worth 1 point. the question data in an LMS. Track Question: Check this box if you want to track Question Text: Type in the text of the question. Distractor Settings Randomize: Check this box to put the distractors in random order. Distractor n: Type in a distractor. Any distractor that is left blank will not appear in the question. Correct: Check this box if this distractor is a correct answer (remember that there will be more than one correct answer for this type of question). Wrap Text: Check this box if the distractor text is long and will need to wrap. Override Global Feedback Settings (optional) These settings are optional. You may fill them out if you want to override the Global Feedback Settings. For more information on these fields, please refer to the Override Global Feedback Settings section on the True/False page. When you are finished filling out all the fields on this page, hit the OK button. 12 PROFORM

13 Image Multiple Choice Question ID: Type in a unique ID for this question. Objective ID: (Optional) Use this filed to enter an ID that this question tests for. This is an optional setting used with SCORM or AICC data tracking. It lets you track questions in relation to an objective. Weight: Type in a number to establish a weight for the question. The default weight is 1, which means the question is worth 1 point. the question data in an LMS. Track Question: Check this box if you want to track Question Text: Type in the text of the question. Distractor Settings Distractor n: Type in a distractor. Any distractor that is left blank will not appear in the question. Image n: Click on the folder to browse for an image for this distractor. If you select an image file that is located outside of the course file folder, you will be asked if you want to move it to the course file. Hit YES. Correct: Check this box if this distractor is the correct answer (remember that there will be more than one correct answer for this type of question. Override Global Feedback Settings (optional) These settings are optional. You may fill them out if you want to override the Global Feedback Settings. For more information on these fields, please refer to the Override Global Feedback Settings section on the True/False page. When you are finished filling out all the fields on this page, hit the OK button. PROFORM 13

14 Fill in the Blank Question ID: Type in a unique ID for this question. Objective ID: (Optional) Use this filed to enter an ID that this question tests for. This is an optional setting used with SCORM or AICC data tracking. It lets you track questions in relation to an objective. Weight: Type in a number to establish a weight for the question. The default weight is 1, which means the question is worth 1 point. the question data in an LMS. Track Question: Check this box if you want to track Question Text: Type in the text of the question. Responses Settings Exact match: Check this box if the learner must type the response in exactly as it appears here to be correct. Case Sensitive: Check this box if the response is case sensitive. Other Resp. Correct: Check this box if you will allow other responses (besides the ones included) to be correct. Response n: Type in a response to this field. Any field you leave blank will be left out of the quiz. Correct: Check this box if this response is correct. Override Global Feedback Settings (optional) These settings are optional. You may fill them out if you want to override the Global Feedback Settings. For more information on these fields, please refer to the Override Global Feedback Settings section on the True/False page. When you are finished filling out all the fields on this page, hit the OK button. 14 PROFORM

15 Essay Question ID: Type in a unique ID for this question. Objective ID: (Optional) Use this filed to enter an ID that this question tests for. This is an optional setting used with SCORM or AICC data tracking. It lets you track questions in relation to an objective. Weight: Type in a number to establish a weight for the question. The default weight is 1, which means the question is worth 1 point. the question data in an LMS. Track Question: Check this box if you want to track Question Text: Type in the text of the question. Responses Settings Exact match: Check this box if the learner must type the response in exactly as it appears here to be correct. Case Sensitive: Check this box if the response is case sensitive. Other Resp. Correct: Check this box if you will allow other responses (besides the ones included) to be correct. Response n: Type in a response to this field. Any field you leave blank will be left out of the quiz. Correct: Check this box if this response is correct. Override Global Feedback Settings (optional) These settings are optional. You may fill them out if you want to override the Global Feedback Settings. For more information on these fields, please refer to the Override Global Feedback Settings section on the True/False page. When you are finished filling out all the fields on this page, hit the OK button. PROFORM 15

16 Drag and Drop Question ID: Type in a unique ID for this question. Objective ID: (Optional) Use this filed to enter an ID that this question tests for. This is an optional setting used with SCORM or AICC data tracking. It lets you track questions in relation to an objective. Weight: Type in a number to establish a weight for the question. The default weight is 1, which means the question is worth 1 point. the question data in an LMS. Track Question: Check this box if you want to track Question Text: Type in the text of the question. Other Drag Options Reset Button: Check this box to provide your learners with a way to reset the question. Target 1 Heading: Type in the heading for this category. Target 2 Heading: Type in the heading for this category. Drag Options Heading: Type in the heading for all the options. Drag Options Randomize: Check this box if you want to randomize the options. Drag Option Text: Type in the text for this option. Any field that you leave blank will not appear in the question. Correct Target: Type in the target/category that this option belongs in. Override Global Feedback Settings (optional) These settings are optional. You may fill them out if you want to override the Global Feedback Settings. For more information on these fields, please refer to the Override Global Feedback Settings section on the True/False page. When you are finished filling out all the fields on this page, hit the OK button. 16 PROFORM

17 Drag and Drop Steps Question ID: Type in a unique ID for this question. Objective ID: (Optional) Use this filed to enter an ID that this question tests for. This is an optional setting used with SCORM or AICC data tracking. It lets you track questions in relation to an objective. Weight: Type in a number to establish a weight for the question. The default weight is 1, which means the question is worth 1 point. the question data in an LMS. Track Question: Check this box if you want to track Question Text: Type in the text of the question. Steps Settings Randomize: Check this box to put the steps in random order. Step Text: Type in the text for this step. Any step that you leave blank will not appear in the question. If the text is long for this step, your learners will be able to scroll down to read all the text. Correct Order: Type in a number for this step. Override Global Feedback Settings (optional) These settings are optional. You may fill them out if you want to override the Global Feedback Settings. For more information on these fields, please refer to the Override Global Feedback Settings section on the True/False page. When you are finished filling out all the fields on this page, hit the OK button. PROFORM 17

18 Multiple Correct Audio Question ID: Type in a unique ID for this question. Objective ID: (Optional) Use this filed to enter an ID that this question tests for. This is an optional setting used with SCORM or AICC data tracking. It lets you track questions in relation to an objective. Weight: Type in a number to establish a weight for the question. The default weight is 1, which means the question is worth 1 point. question data in an LMS. Track Question: Check this box if you want to track the Question Text: Type in the text of the question. Question Audio: Click on the folder to select audio for this question. When you see the pop up that asks if you want to copy this audio file to the course file, hit YES. Distractor Settings Randomize: Check this box to put the distractors in random order. Distractor n: Type in a distractor. Any distractor that is left blank will not appear in the question. Distractor Audio n: Click on the folder to select an audio file for this distractor. When you see the pop up that asks if you want to copy this audio file to the course file, hit YES. Wrap Text: Check this box if the distractor text is long and will need to wrap. Correct: Check this box if this distractor is the correct answer (remember that there will be more than one correct answer for this type of question. Override Global Feedback Settings (optional) These settings are optional. You may fill them out if you want to override the Global Feedback Settings. For more information on these fields, please refer to the Override Global Feedback Settings section on the True/False page. When you are finished filling out all the fields on this page, hit the OK button. 18 PROFORM

19 Multiple Choice Audio Question ID: Type in a unique ID for this question. Objective ID: (Optional) Use this filed to enter an ID that this question tests for. This is an optional setting used with SCORM or AICC data tracking. It lets you track questions in relation to an objective. Weight: Type in a number to establish a weight for the question. The default weight is 1, which means the question is worth 1 point. Track Question: Check this box if you want to track the question data in an LMS. Question Text: Type in the text of the question. Question Audio: Click on the folder to select audio for this question. When you see the pop up that asks if you want to copy this audio file to the course file, hit YES. Distractor Settings Randomize: Check this box to put the distractors in random order. Distractor n: Type in a distractor. Any distractor that is left blank will not appear in the question. Distractor Audio n: Click on the folder to select an audio file for this distractor. When you see the pop up that asks if you want to copy this audio file to the course file, hit YES. Wrap Text: Check this box if the distractor text is long and will need to wrap. Correct: Check this box if this distractor is the correct answer (remember that there will be more than one correct answer for this type of question. Specific Feedback n: If you want to override the global feedback, hit the lock and type in feedback for this distractor. Override Global Feedback Settings (optional) These settings are optional. You may fill them out if you want to override the Global Feedback Settings. For more information on these fields, please refer to the Override Global Feedback Settings section on the True/False page. When you are finished filling out all the fields on this page, hit the OK button. PROFORM 19

20 Multiple Choice with Image Question ID: Type in a unique ID for this question. Objective ID: (Optional) Use this filed to enter an ID that this question tests for. This is an optional setting used with SCORM or AICC data tracking. It lets you track questions in relation to an objective. Weight: Type in a number to establish a weight for the question. The default weight is 1, which means the question is worth 1 point. Track Question: Check this box if you want to track the question data in an LMS. Question Text: Type in the text of the question. Question Image: Click on the folder to select audio for this question. When you see the pop- up that asks if you want to copy this image file to the course file, hit YES. Distractor Settings Randomize: Check this box to put the distractors in random order. Distractor n: Type in a distractor. Any distractor that is left blank will not appear in the question. Correct: Check this box if this distractor is the correct answer (remember that there will be more than one correct answer for this type of question. Wrap Text: Check this box if the distractor text is long and will need to wrap. Specific Feedback n: If you want to override the global feedback, hit the lock and type in feedback for this distractor. Override Global Feedback Settings (optional) These settings are optional. You may fill them out if you want to override the Global Feedback Settings. For more information on these fields, please refer to the Override Global Feedback Settings section on the True/False page. When you are finished filling out all the fields on this page, hit the OK button. 20 PROFORM

21 Multiple Correct with Image Question ID: Type in a unique ID for this question. Objective ID: (Optional) Use this filed to enter an ID that this question tests for. This is an optional setting used with SCORM or AICC data tracking. It lets you track questions in relation to an objective. Weight: Type in a number to establish a weight for the question. The default weight is 1, which means the question is worth 1 point. Track Question: Check this box if you want to track the question data in an LMS. Question Text: Type in the text of the question. Question Image: Click on the folder to select audio for this question. When you see the pop- up that asks if you want to copy this image file to the course file, hit YES. Distractor Settings Randomize: Check this box to put the distractors in random order. Distractor n: Type in a distractor. Any distractor that is left blank will not appear in the question. Correct: Check this box if this distractor is a correct answer (remember that there will be more than one correct answer for this type of question). Wrap Text: Check this box if the distractor text is long and will need to wrap. Override Global Feedback Settings (optional) These settings are optional. You may fill them out if you want to override the Global Feedback Settings. For more information on these fields, please refer to the Override Global Feedback Settings section on the True/False page. When you are finished filling out all the fields on this page, hit the OK button. PROFORM 21

22 PowerPoint Page You may notice when you add a new page that there are three different PowerPoint pages to choose from. Instructions for each PowerPoint Page are given below. Note: PowerPoints must be in the.ppt format ( version) to be used in Proform. PowerPoint Converter Page This page allows you to convert a PowerPoint page to a Flash SWF file so it can be included in the ProForm course. This Converter allows you to use PowerPoint as your Flash design tool. Simply open PowerPoint, design the page on a single slide, save the file and then use this template to convert it (If you would like to include more than one screen, you can. The page template lets you enter a screen delay. The converted file will then cycle between screens using the screen delay). This template will convert it to a Flash SWF file and will display just like a default page template would. After selecting this page type and entering a page title, follow the steps below: Note: This page template will not include audio or PowerPoint animations once the file has been converted. It makes a static image of the PowerPoint slide. If you need to include animation and audio, use a screen recording program in conjunction with the PPT and Screen Recording page template to record and convert your PowerPoint to Flash. 1. Click on the Input File folder to browse for and select the PowerPoint file. 2. Click on the Output File Folder to browse for a folder (inside the project folder) and enter the name you want for the converted SWF file. 3. Movie Width and Height: Enter the width and height you would like to use for the converted file. Make sure that you select a size that will fit inside the presentation screen. 4. JPG Quality: The higher the number the better the quality. 5. Screen Delay: Decrease or increase the delay of the showing of each screen. 6. Movie Framerate: This should always be Click Convert. 22 PROFORM

23 PowerPoint Slide Page Your PowerPoint must be converted to a SWF before it can be uploaded. 1. Type in a title for the page. 2. Browse for the file by clicking on the folder icon. 3. If you do not want the SWF to play automatically and require the learner to click the play button on the media controller, then remove the checkmark from this box. PowerPoint or Screen recording Page Follow the instructions on the left side of the screen to record your PowerPoint and save it as a SWF. 1. Enter a title for the page. 2. Browse for the file by clicking on the folder icon. 3. If you do not want the SWF to play automatically and require the learner to click the play button on the media controller, then remove the checkmark from this box. PROFORM 23

24 Soft Skills Page Start Page: The first thing you will do is fill out the Main Step Tab and the Choice tabs that go with it. This will be the very first page that the learner sees in the simulation, so a few changes to the default settings are very important. Read about each of the fields and the necessary changes below: Page ID: Type in the name of the page. This is the name that will appear in the table of contents. Link ID: Optional. If another page links to this page, you will need to enter a link ID. Content File: Do not change. Load Percentage: 20 Frames per second: 12 Include in TOC?: Check this box. First click the lock, then click the box and click the lock again. This will ensure that your first page appears in the table of contents. Show Review?: Leave this unchecked. Hide Page?: Uncheck this box. Click the lock to open the field, click the box to uncheck it, then click the lock. This will ensure that the page is not hidden from the learner. Hide Next/Back?: Check this box. By hiding the next and back keys, our learner won t be able to skip over the simulation. Step Text: Type in the text that you want the learner to read to start the scenario. Step Audio/video: Optional. Click on the folder icon to browse for the file you want to use. Step Image: Optional. Click on the folder icon to browse for the file you want to use. Is This Start Page: Check this box since it is the first page of your simulation. Is This Last Page: Leave this box unchecked. Include Meter?: Check this box if you want your learner to see the meter that rates their responses. Scenario Title: Type in the text that you want to appear as the heading at the top of the page during the simulation. Failure Label: This is the text that appears on the negative side of the meter. Ex. Poor/bad Success Label: This is the text that appears on the positive side of the meter. Ex. Great/Well Done Total Possible Pts: The total points maximum that the learner can earn during the simulation. 24 PROFORM

25 Choice 1-4 Tabs of the Start Page: Now that you have the Main Step tab settings completed of the start page, you can work on the Choices tabs that go with the start page. Each of the choices from these tabs will appear on the scenario start page, immediately below the step text. Choice n Text: The text the learner will read for this choice. Choice n Audio: Optional. Click on the folder icon to browse for an audio file. Choice n Point Value: Assign this choice a point value. Choice Links To: Type in the Page ID of the page that this choice will take the learner to. Choice n Feedback: This feedback will be received by the learner after the simulation has ended. This is what the Choice 1 tab looks like: Your Start page is now completed. Note: For each choice that you create on the start page, you must have a page to link to. These pages will also be the Soft Skills page type and will require different settings and information. Now you are ready to fill out the information on the other pages that all your choices from the Start Page link to. These linked pages are explained on the following page. PROFORM 25

26 Linked Pages: Add a new page for your project by clicking on the same Add Page/Term that you usually use to add a new page. The page type for all linked pages in the simulation will also be SoftSkills. This page will need certain default settings changed because it is not a Start Page or a Last page. Read about each of the fields and the necessary changes below: Page ID: This Page ID needs to be typed in on the corresponding choice tab that leads to this page. Link ID: Optional. Content File: Do not change. Load Percentage: 50 Frames per second: 12 Include in TOC?: Uncheck this box. Show Review?: Uncheck this box. Hide Page?: Check this box. This will ensure that the page does not appear in the table of contents. Hide Next/Back?: Check this box. Step Text: Type in the text that you want the learner to read. Step Audio/video: Optional. Click on the folder icon to browse for the file you want to use. Step Image: Optional. Click on the folder icon to browse for the file you want to use. Is This Start Page: Uncheck this box since it is not the first page of your simulation. Is This Last Page: Uncheck this box since it is not the last page of your simulation. Include Meter?: Check this box if you want your learner to see the meter that rates their responses. Scenario Title: Leave blank. Failure Label: Leave blank. Success Label: Leave blank. Total Possible Pts: Leave blank. Choice 1-4 Tabs: Fill out up to four choice tabs that will lead your learner to even more pages. See the previous page called Choice 1-4 Tabs of the Start Page if you need any help. Note: Now you know how to create pages that are linked to other pages. You will create a number of these pages in your simulation. Now you are ready to create Last Pages. Last pages 26 PROFORM are explained on the following page.

27 Last Pages: You need to add Last Pages to your simulation to end the choices, to give your learner feedback, and to allow your learner to continue on with the rest of the course. Page ID: This Page ID needs to be typed in on the corresponding choice tab that leads to this page. Link ID: Optional. Content File: Do not change. Load Percentage: 50 Frames per second: 12 Include in TOC?: Uncheck this box. Show Review?: Check this box. At this point the learner will receive a score and feedback for all the choices made during the simulation. Hide Page?: Check this box. This will ensure that the page does not appear in the table of contents. Hide Next/Back?: Uncheck this box. After completing the simulation, the learner will will click on the Next button to take them to the next part of the course. Step Text: Type in the text that you want the learner to read. Step Audio/video: Optional. Click on the folder icon to browse for the file you want to use. Step Image: Optional. Click on the folder icon to browse for the file you want to use. Is This Start Page: Uncheck this box since it is not the first page of your simulation. Is This Last Page: Check this box since it is not the last page of your simulation. Include Meter?: Check this box if you want your learner to see the meter that rates their responses. Scenario Title: Leave blank. Note: The only part of your Failure Label: Leave blank. simulation that is visible to your Success Label: Leave blank. learner is the Start Page, which is Total Possible Pts: Leave blank. part of the table of contents. All the other pages are hidden from view Choice1-4 Tabs: Leave blank. Your simulation is now complete! and can only be reached by making choices in the simulation. PROFORM 27

28 Step by Step Page The Step- by- Step Template allows you to present an ordered process to the leaner. You can add up to nine steps in this interaction, and for each step you can include detailed instructions and an image. 1. Page Settings: Enter a title in for the page. Do not change any of the default settings under Advanced Page Settings. You may enter a Link ID if you intend to link this page from another page in the course. You may also enter text for narration and change the title bar color. 2. Adding Steps: Click on the step tabs to enter in text for each step. a. Enter a Task Title: The task title is displayed at the top of the page, underneath the page title. b. Step 1 Text: The text here is the title for this step. It is displayed next to the step number in the index. c. Step 1 Image: Select an image that corresponds with this step. Click on the folder icon to browse for an image. d. Step 1 Description: Enter in the detailed Task Title information or instructions relating to this step. Step 1 Text Step 1 Image Here is an example of what your learner will see when viewing your Step by Step Page. Step 1 Description 28 PROFORM

29 Definitions This is a two- part interaction: learn and practice. In the learn part of interaction, the learner will be given a set of terms. By hovering over each term, the learner can read and learn the definitions. In the Review/Practice portion of the interaction, the learner will drag and drop terms to the correct definition. If they need to go back and re- learn the definitions, they can click on the learn button to go back and learn. Main Tab Title: Type in a title for this page. Instruction Text Learn: Type in Instructions for the Learn part of the interaction. Instruction Text Review: Type in instructions for the Review/Practice part of the interaction. Term n: Type in a term. Definition n: Type in the definition of the term. Click on the Advanced tab to view the optional settings: Content File: Do not change the default. Load Percentage: Do not change the default. Frames per second: Do not change the default. Include in TOC?: By default, this page will be included in the course index. If you uncheck this box, it will not appear in the index. Color settings: Only change these settings if necessary. PROFORM 29

30 This is how the Learn part of the interaction will appear to the learner: This is how the Practice/Review part of the interaction will appear to the learner: 30 PROFORM

31 Games Including games in your course is a great way to give your learners a chance to practice what they have learner and also to learn new things. Games can act both as an informal self- assessment and also a learning tool. Games often push learners past the superficial learning stage, causing them to build relationships between concepts and gaining a greater depth of knowledge. And as an added benefit, games are fun! ProForm includes five game templates: Categories: Create up to five categories and up to 20 flash cards. The learner, during the game, will be required to choose the correct category for every flash card that they are presented with. Concentration: The Concentration game template is a commonly known game, and has the basic rules and regulations that the classic game of concentration has. The game allows you to create 8 pairs of matches for the learner to choose from. This type of game is especially useful when you are helping learners remember key terms and their definitions, or for any other type of matching interaction. Each of your matching pairs will be randomly hidden behind a four- by- four tiled display. The learner is allowed to click on two separate tiles each time, hoping to find the two that match. The learner can continue until they manage to match all of the tiles, after which an animation will appear behind the tiles. Risk It All: This is a game similar to roulette. It gives your players a number of "Reserves," which they can bet on an upcoming multiple choice question. If they answer the question correctly, they receive the number of reserves that they bet. If they answer incorrectly, they lose the number of reserves. The goal is to make it through all of the questions (up to 15) and have the most money at the end. Scatterbrained: This is a Jeopardy - like game template that allows you create a fun interaction for the learner. It allows you to select 5 separate categories, to choose the point- values associated with each row, and to create multiple choice questions for the learner. Trouble with Triples: Create up to 25 terms or phrases and add 3 terms that match with the original term. The game will test the learner's ability to match the three correct terms with each of the 25 original terms or phrases. You can read about the necessary settings for each of these games on the following pages. PROFORM 31

32 Categories Title: Type in a title for this page. Link ID: You can type in a link ID if you plan on linking this page to other pages. Load Percentage: This is the percentage at which the media will begin after it has loaded. Content File: Do not change the default for his page. Frames Per Second: Do not change the default for this setting. Include in TOC?: Check this box if you want to include this page in the course index. Game Premise Text: Type in text that explains the premise of this game. Instruction Field: Type in the game instructions here. Audio Settings (optional) Audio Type: The only allowable type of audio is currently MP3 Correct Sound: The sound for the correct answer. Incorrect Sound: The sound for the incorrect answer. Attention Sound: The sound for when the learner moves to the next flash card. Note on sound: When you select an audio file to use, you will be asked if you want to move the file to the course file folder. Hit YES. Click on the green arrow to complete the required data on the next page. 32 PROFORM

33 Category Settings Category n: Type in a category to this field. You must have at least 3 categories. Category 4 and 5 are optional. Incorrect Feedback: Default text has been provided, but you can change it if you wish. Flash Card Settings Flash Card n: Type in text for this flash card. Category: Use the pull down tab to select the category this flash card belongs in. Override Incorrect Feedback: If you want to override the default incorrect feedback, enter specific feedback here. If you want to return to the previous page, click the green arrow. This is how the categories game will look to your learners: PROFORM 33

34 Concentration Title: Type in a title for this page. Link ID: You can type in a link ID if you plan on linking this page to other pages. Load Percentage: This is the percentage at which the media will begin after it has loaded. Content File: Do not change the default for his page. Frames Per Second: Do not change the default for this setting. Include in TOC?: Check this box if you want to include this page in the course index. Game Title Text: Enter in a title for the game. Instructions Text: Type in instructions for the game. Correct Feedback: Type in feedback for a correct answer. Incorrect Feedback: Type in feedback for an incorrect answer. Continue Message: Type in a message that instructs the learner to continue. Image File (optional): If you would to include an image in the background, browse for the file here. Images must be in JPG or SWF format. Image Width: Type in the image s original width. Image Height: Type in the image s original height. Match na- nb: Type in the text for each pair. You must fill out all 16 fields. 34 PROFORM

35 Concentration, cont. This is how your concentration game will appear to your learners: Before making a match: After making a match. PROFORM 35

36 Risk It All Title: Type in a title for this page. Link ID: You can type in a link ID if you plan on linking this page to other pages. Content File: Do not change the default for his page. Load Percentage: This is the percentage at which the media will begin after it has loaded. Frames Per Second: Do not change the default for this setting. Include in TOC?: Check this box if you want to include this page in the course index. Number of Questions to Use: Type in the number of questions you plan on using (must have between 5 and 15). Instruction Header: The header that appears at the beginning of the game with the initial instructions box. Footer: The footer that appears at the beginning of the game with the initial instructions box. Header 2: The header that appears during the game with the during game instructions. Page 1 Text Fields: Instructions Text- Initial: Type in the instructions that will appear at the beginning of the game. Instructions Text- During game: Type in the instructions that will appear during the game. game with points. Final Feedback (game ends with $): Type in the feedback the learner will receive for ending the Final Feedback (Reserves Depleted): Type in the feedback the learner will receive for ending the game without any points. Click on the green arrow to go to the next page. 36 PROFORM

37 Risk It All, cont. NOTE: You need a minimum of 5 questions (and a maximum of 15 questions) to play the game. You will need to fill out the question and answer information for the appropriate number of questions you plan on incorporating into the game on pages 2-6. Question Text: Question n: Type in a question to this field. A, B, C, and D Response Fields: Type in a response in each of these fields. Correct Answer: Use the pull down tab to indicate which of the four responses is correct. This is how the game will appear to your learners: PROFORM 37

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