Higher Ed. Pedagogy, Andragogy & Application
Sunday, May 30, 2010
  Soft Chalk (Web-lesson Editor)
SoftChalk™ is a powerful web lesson editor that lets you easily create engaging, interactive web lessons for your e-learning classroom. No programming or HTML required. With SoftChalk, you can create professional-looking, interactive content without knowing any HTML, or programming. Spend your time developing course content, not learning how to use complex software. Engage your students With SoftChalk, it’s easy to engage your students because creating interactive content has never been easier. Within minutes you can create:
interactive learning games, including customizable flashcards, image labeling, image hotspot activities, matching games, crosswords and more.
six question types: multiple choice, multiple answer (more than one correct answer), short answer, true/false, matching, and ordering.
pop-up text annotations to define terminology, or enhance the interactivity of your lesson content.
Professional results.
We know you don't have time to spend months developing your e-learning content, though you'd like the end-result to look as though you did. With SoftChalk's built-in style sheets, you can choose a style design, page navigation and layout options, and more. Within minutes, LessonBuilder will generate a set of integrated lesson pages, with built-in navigation and a professional-looking layout.
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