Create your learning modules with an efficient editor and check the results with the preview function in a browser. Preview functions for various display sizes are available. Thanks to the intuitive way of working with templates you save a lot of time and thus significantly reduce the costs of your e-learning production. A wide variety of possible test configurations increases the flexibility of testing in your modules. Updates are easy to implement.
In the field of design and production of web-based learning modules CREALOGIX is the market leader in Switzerland. Hundreds of customised learning modules have helped tens of thousands of users to achieve learning goals more quickly. And this in a playful, varied way and with verifiable success! CREALOGIX uses STAGE to produce interactive e-learning content, too.
STAGE can be expanded thanks to an HTML interface. This allows you to program interactive content in HTML5 and import it into the authoring tool. Thanks to predefined commands, such elements interact with the player and perform actions. The functional scope of STAGE is thus expandable without restraint!
With STAGE you create your learning modules at your own discretion – without programming knowledge and by using templates. This not only saves time and detours. STAGE allows standardised processes, increases flexibility, ensures quality and supports you in keeping your learning modules up to date. STAGE positively effects the production costs of your learning modules.
You can use modules created with STAGE not only on the PC at the office, but also on mobile devices such as tablets or smartphones on the road. Unlike other products, the HTML5 player of STAGE includes a refined presentation logic which perfectly adapts contents to the used devices. On a tablet, for example, the navigation and the title bars are shown or hidden depending on the available size of the screen. On a smartphone, the content is automatically displayed in a vertical view to simplify processing.
With STAGE you can create e-tests by using 10 types of questions. Once created, the test modules can be adjusted as required: define the number of correct responses, random questions, required questions, score, test inspection, result summary and other settings. All question types can also be used as exercises in learning modules. In learning modules, learners evaluate their exercise answers and thus keep track of their individual learning progress. Each question may include a feedback symbol or text. Test results are displayed in a table at the end of a test module and transmitted to the learning platform. Various communication interfaces to the learning platform are available (SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004). If the function is set, learners will be able to print out a certificate after passing their e-tests.
Adaptive behaviour of the HTML5 player
The player of STAGE automatically adjusts to the width of the browser window so that the content is always optimally displayed. If there is no space available for the side navigation, it is hidden and can be displayed by selecting the respective overlying icon. Once a chapter has been selected, the side navigation disappears again. Should there not be enough space to display the content (e.g. on a smartphone), the player automatically changes to vertical content presentation. Thanks to this behaviour you don’t have to create and manage separate module versions for different devices. And you save time and money!
Show spoken text
In STAGE modules the spoken text of your audio and video files can be displayed in a popup window. Thus, learners who for any reason can’t play sound also have access to all the information of your module without having to access a separate module version. Again, you can save time and money!
Full control of the navigation settings and the processing status
In STAGE you can specify the conditions that must be met before a page receives the status “finished”. This information is transmitted to the LMS, serving to monitor the work progress. Navigation within the module can be linked to the processing status of (a) page(s). This allows authors to adjust navigation according to content requirements – wheter learners can navigate freely from page to page or in a strictly predefined order.