How to Use CourseLab - FEAST UCC

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Minimum system requirements for working with CourseLab:
› Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP/2003;
› Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher;
› 50MB hard drive space;
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Minimum system requirements for viewing learning
modules:
› Microsoft® Windows® 98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, XP, 2003 (limited
support for Microsoft® Windows® 95 *), and Linux
› Internet Explorer 5.0 (Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher
recommended), Mozilla FireFox 1.0 or higher, Netscape® 7.2 or
higher, limited support** for Opera 9.0 and higher and Safari 3.0
(Win) and higher
› JavaScript enabled
› XML support enabled (Microsoft® XML Parser 3.0 or higher
recommended for Internet Explorer***)
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Learning modules created using
CourseLab are compliant with the
following e-Learning standards:
› AICC (http://www.aicc.org/ )
› SCORM 1.2 (http://www.adlnet.org/ )
› SCORM 2004 (SCORM 1.3)
(http://www.adlnet.org/ )
The current version of
CourseLab supports
the following types of
questions:
 single choice
 multiple select
 ordered items
 numerical fill-inblank
 text fill-in-blank
 matching pairs
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Audio
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Text
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› RichText-mode text editing
› HTML-mode text editing
› JavaScript code insertion
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Pictures
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Adobe Flash
› Adobe Shockwave
› Java-applets
GIF (including Animated GIF)
JPG
PNG
BMP
Video
› AVI
› WMV (Windows Media
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Video)
MPEG
MOV (QuickTime Movie)
RM (Real Media)
FLV (Adobe Flash Video)
Rich Media
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AIFF
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
MP3
WAV
SWF (Adobe Flash)
Attaching external files
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Text file (TXT)
HTML (.HTM, .HTML)
Rich Text Format (RTF)
Microsoft Word (DOC)
Microsoft Excel (XLS)
Adobe PDF
ZIP archive
Learning Management System
Learning Module
Folders
Slide
Frame
Working Area
Outline Pane
Slides Pane
Frames Pane
Timeframe Pane
Frame Pane
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File
› New
 Course
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Module
› Desing Settings
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Title Slide
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Master Slide
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Normal Slide
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View
› Title
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View
› Master
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View
› Normal
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Insert
› New Slide
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There are different output choices for
Course publishing:
› For launching from a CD
› For distribution in a Learning Management
System, which supports the AICC standard
› For distribution in a Learning Management
System, which supports the SCORM 1.2
standard
› For distribution in a Learning Management
System, which supports the SCORM 2004
standard
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The sequence of publishing steps is as
follows:
› 1. Specify the runtime settings for each
Module
› 2. Specify the Course runtime settings
› 3. Launch the “Publish Course” wizard
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Module
› Runtime Settings
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General Tab
› Identifier is a short
Module ID which will
be used in the Learning
Management System.
› Description is a brief
informal description of
the Course, which will
be used within the
Learning Management
System in the Module
card.
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Checks Tab
› specify the software
components that
need to be checked
for availability on a
student’s computer
prior to launching
Module.

Runtime Tab
› specify any extra
execution
parameters.

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