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  • Starting with InCourse

  • Manual

    • Making an animation

      Written by Maaike on 12/09/2015 19:08:11

      Animating images in the editor gives you the opportunity to by example letting a bird fly. In combination with using paths the bird can then fly through your game while using his wings.

      To let the bird of our example fly, you will need at least to different positions of the same bird. The two birds have to be in the same file, like you can see in the image below.

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    • Hints and tips

      Written by Rex on 29/04/2015 15:22:53

      Welcome in the Course Editor. Here you are able to paint onto the canvas by using elements and images. Good places to start learning about how to use the editor, look here:

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    • Importance of interaction

      Written by Rex on 28/04/2015 12:03:45

      Keep your students awake! Why not in an online interactive course?

      Yes, seriously, why not?

      Keeping your students focused after they have been eating knowledge is hard. My take on interaction is that it has to be fun, relevant and engaging. Giving people the option to do something won’t trigger a reaction. You have to think carefully about where and how in your course interaction is g

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    • Free content

      Written by Rex on 11/11/2014 15:24:21

      Every presentation creator or game creator has the issue of getting enough assets for their presentation. A lot of assets are available on InCourse but many more are to be found on the world wide web. Here is a list of websites offering free assets to include in your presentations. From Audio to 2D graphics:

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