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2 Triggers, Hovers, and Links, Oh My! Creating functional e-learning prototypes with PowerPoint ©

3 Why use Triggers, Hovers, and Links? To make functional prototypes of elearning in order to: –Show how interactivity works –Demonstrate the learning that can take place –Illustrate true gaps in learning, interactivities –Identify development area issues May require additional resources May require re-design

4 What is a “trigger”? A trigger is just an item on your slide When you click the item - it sets off an action The action might be a sound, a movie, or an animation, such as text becoming visible on the slide or another item showing up somewhere else This can be an item

5 Trigger Examples

6 Click on the picture

7 Click the characters

8 Click Trees for Flying Monkeys

9 Click the Yellow Brick Road

10 What is a “hover”? “Hover” is the action of moving your mouse over an item (without clicking) Actions can be assigned to mouse hovers (as well as mouse clicks), such as: –Go to the next slide or previous slide –Go to the first slide or last slide –Go to the most recent slide viewed –Go to a specific slide number that you specify –Go to a different PowerPoint presentation –Launch a Web page –Run a program or a macro –Play a sound.

11 What is a “link”? “Link” is another word for “Hyperlink” Hyperlink – an item on which a user may click to move to another part of the document or to another document

12 Hover Examples

13 Mouse Over

14 I’ll get you my pretty, and your little dog, too!

15 Mouse Over

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17 Try to catch me, my pretty!

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21 Application Let’s look at how one might apply these features Scenario: –You’ve been asked to create an e-learning module on how to make a grilled cheese sandwich –You could put a step-by-step list of instructions together in a bullet-point linear slide show, but you’re philosophy is

22 Make a Grilled Cheese Sandwich We’re not making a PB&J sandwich! We’re not making an egg sandwich! Don’t use picnic table

23 Instructions: Click on the items needed to make a grilled cheese sandwich

24 Let’s do a Trigger! 1.Open PowerPoint 2.Insert a blank slide 3.Draw two shapes

25 4.Select Shape 2 5.On the Animations tab, select Appear from the Add Animation dropdown

26 6.Click on down arrow of animation 7.Select Timing 8.Click Triggers and select Start effect on click of: Shape 1

27 9.Select Shape 1 10.Add Disappear animation

28 11.Click on down arrow of animation 12.Set animation to Start With Previous

29 13.Move Disappear animation ( ) below Appear animation ( ) in Animation Pane

30 Repeat Steps 4-13 for the other shape Test your work in Slide Show mode

31 LeftRight

32 Let’s do a Hover! 1.Insert a blank slide 2.Insert a picture or clip art

33 3.Right-click on the slide and select Duplicate Slide

34 4.On the new slide, click Insert > Shapes and select a Callout

35 5.Draw a callout and enter text

36 6.Select the object on the first slide you created 7.On the Insert ribbon, select Action

37 8.Click the Mouse Over tab

38 9.Select the Hyperlink to: radio button 10.Using the drop down arrow, select Next Slide

39 Test your work in Slide Show mode

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42 Triggers, Hovers, THANK YOU! and Links, Oh My! Scott Nipper


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