Xerte, the online platform which allows Durham staff and students to create multi-media, interactive learning objects, has recently been upgraded to the latest version. The upgrade fixes a number of bugs and offers the following new features:‘Flash cards’ page type: help students learn a language or remember terminology by creating flash cards–use text only or combine text and images. ‘Word search’ page type: define your own words to create a search game that changes every time. SCORM tracking in duo: upload Xerte projects to duo to record user progress and scores with increased accuracy. Hiding pages: hide pages from users without deleting them from your project.
If you’re interested in getting started with Xerte, come along to the Creating interactive content with Xerte workshop on 13 December 2017.
We provide more information on Xerte, plus how-to guides and videos, on our Xerte Product page.