18 enero, 2018 at 7:29 #29273
I find exe-learning an excellent program to help teachers make lessons for students with learning difficulties. Our school has a well developed special education program and we work with students who present a wide variety of disabilities.
In order to produce material that corresponds to their needs, we need to have idevices that would produce material questions that are : Matching, sequence, drag and drop,ranking and hot spot.
Are these idevices possible with EXE? did anyone work on these?
looking forward for your feedback
18 enero, 2018 at 9:50 #29274
Thank you for your comments.
I don’t think that those iDevices are available for the current version (2.1.3), but this year (probably before May, but we don’t know yet) eXe will include a new system to create iDevices. Programming a new iDevice will be much easier. More information here: https://github.com/exelearning/iteexe/issues/59
That version will include a ‘Scrambled List iDevice’. The student will have to order the list with D&D or clicking on arrows.
Please provide links to what you would like to do. It might be interesting for other users too, and maybe eXe can include that in the future.
3 febrero, 2018 at 9:27 #29317
Dear Ignacio and Mike
Thank you for your answers, we will be looking into what to do and how to do it soon, but I still have one more question, can we have the scorm quiz results for a class of 20 students (for example) be saved and sent to a grade register?
Looking forward for your suggestions
5 febrero, 2018 at 9:02 #29321
I hope that you can develop those new iDevices.
To learn more about SCORM in eXe, you can read @jmandonegi‘s answers: http://exelearning.net/forums/users/jmandonegi/replies/page/10/
This one’s about that: http://exelearning.net/forums/topic/getting-the-answers/
Good luck with those iDevices! And please share them if they can be interesting for other users…
6 febrero, 2018 at 9:45 #29323
Why don’t you try to create the contet with Hotpotatoes and import them into Exelearning?
Here you have the steps: http://exelearning.net/html_manual/exe_es/hot_potatoes.html (Easy to translate with https://www.deepl.com/translator )
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