July 27, 2020
Weights math project
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July 27, 2020
Weights math project
I am currently a provider of technical training and support in the electronic manufacturing industry. My prior training and work experience as a teacher, network administrator, web design, and instructional design make me well prepared to design it, develop it, and deliver it. I am a father of five, a US Army veteran, and I enjoy playing the guitar as well as performing in local community theater. 
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2021-01-23 19:06:43
2021-01-23 19:06:43

Very well designed.Congratulations!

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2020-10-04 23:01:12
2020-10-04 23:01:12

This is an interesting learning course you have developed. Many Congratulations to you for being selected as one of the winners.

I would like to ask you one thing. Are these Graphics (Images, Motions, etc.) designed by you? I’m not aware if we can make them in Captivate.

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Tushar Khatri
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2020-10-05 12:51:43
2020-10-05 12:51:43
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Thank you, Tushar!

Yes – I created the graphics from scratch using a combination of Captivate and PowerPoint. The exception, of course, is the Sarah character which is available through Captivate. I did so because I thought the rules required that our projects only contain objects that were our own works. I admit I was worried about using Sarah since I did not create her but decided it was OK because she is available through Captivate.

I used Captivate for any simple shapes such as the first slide sun, grassy area, fence, parking area, the conveyor parts were Captivate shapes. I used PowerPoint for slightly more complex shapes such as the face of the Stagweigh 3000 scale, the awning, treeline which is really just a bunch of different size and color triangles but it was just easier to replicate them all in PowerPoint and bring them into Captivate as a single object instead of dozens.

JavaScript was used to animate things which has its own challenges but I think the real challenge is trying to cover all the bases in terms of logic. It is easy to get lost in a sea of variables.

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2020-10-05 23:36:10
2020-10-05 23:36:10
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This is really amazing Greg. You’ve described all your work very well. Seems it must have taken a lot of time of yours and we can say that it paid off too. Really appreciable …

I never tried making such graphics in Captivate and Powerpoint, but would definitely try for my future projects.

Thank you very much Greg !!!

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2020-08-04 14:33:48
2020-08-04 14:33:48

Great work!

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2020-08-06 17:50:03
2020-08-06 17:50:03
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Thank you

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2020-08-03 15:47:24
2020-08-03 15:47:24

Thank you.

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2020-08-03 12:22:36
2020-08-03 12:22:36

great job!

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2020-07-29 17:11:44
2020-07-29 17:11:44

Wow, great job! It’s difficult to create interactive online learning experiences for younger audiences that they find engaging but I think you nailed it!

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2020-07-29 22:49:14
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Thanks, Layli!

I believe the real calling of Captivate is the ability to provide interaction.

In this example the amount of necessary interaction is pretty low but it does require that the learner pay attention in order to do well.

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