Raptivity Essential is a selection of 29 interaction models across varied categories like Presentation Aids, Simulations, Quizzes, Games, Videos, etc. These interaction models are mapped to different learning phases. In other words, these interaction
models will meet the various requirements of a course creator, right from presenting content, reinforcement to assessment. Let Raptivity Essential be your pick if you are looking to get started with eLearning or mLearning. The pack boasts of simple
yet powerful Flash and HTML5 compatible interactivity templates which also provide capabilities like 508, SCORM, AICC and Tin Can compliance.
Create a slideshow of your content uniquely, through Panning Cards. Present a set of images or videos along with supporting description, audio, and hyperlinks, in a visually appealing 3D way.
See the Seven wonders of the world being revealed aesthetically, with a cascading effect, in this sample.
Pyramid is a great way to illustrate hierarchical information. Enhance learner understanding by adding description, image, and audio for each layer of the pyramid.
Different faces of a pyramid are used to interactively explain different motivational theories with a 3D effect, in this sample.
Want to sequentially display a long chain of events or a process in a captivating manner? Create an interactive timeline easily with this interaction. Include text, images, and videos for each event on the timeline to make it appealing.
See how enormous information related to the U. S. history is presented in a stimulating and structured style, in this timeline sample.
Need an exciting way for learners to navigate through content? Let them freely explore non-sequential material with this fascinating three dimensional cube design. The rotating background templates make the presentation even more eye-catching.
Explore the space with this Cube sample! It presents various pieces of information related to space, in a stimulating fashion, using appealing associated images and videos.
Reproduce the experience of reading and flipping a physical book through this multimedia 3D eBook interaction.
Go through this eBook on global warming, where the flipping of pages, and the use of images and videos make the reading interesting.
Use this powerful graphical technique to break enormous information into simple sets. Simplify complex concepts and relationships between ideas, in a recallable layout. Enhance learning by embedding videos, text, and images on each node of the Mind Map.
Want to explore interesting information in the form of a Mind Map? Check this sample on endangered species of birds, animals, and plants.
Want to explain a task, process, or workflow in an easy to understand style? Use this simple yet effective interaction to illustrate a progression or sequential steps. Add description for each step, and make it more engaging with the use of images and videos.
See how the process of strategic planning is explained step-wise, in this sample.
Make the boring classification exercises fun for your learners. Let them classify images or phrases by holding and dropping them into relevant category containers.
Take this interactive exercise to know where you stand in terms of understanding the subtleties of human emotions.
Present your bulleted lists in an animated way using this interaction. Use bullets of various shapes, sync bullet text with an audio, and highlight each bullet point when its audio is being played.
View this interactive yet simple bullet list of learning objectives of a course on nutrition.
Looking for an easy method of adding ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ to your course content? Let learners explore answers to FAQs, using this user-friendly search engine. The answers can be presented in the form of not only text but video too!
Have any questions on Cheque Truncation System? See how this interaction is used to present them, in this sample.
Reinforce core concepts, facts, and vocabulary in an ideal way where learners flip the cards, to reveal information on the other side. Add interesting images or cues to card faces to make the experience even more exciting.
BCG matrix is explained in a distinctive way, in this sample. Watch a video to know about BCG matrix. Then, flip the cards to learn more about Stars, Question Marks, Cash Cows and Dogs, as you reinforce your learning.
Check this fire emergency sample where the flash cards interaction is used in a creative way as a reinforcement quiz.
Want to include a survey in your online course/presentation? Quickly set a survey with multiple choice, multiple answers, or short description questions. Get the responses e-mailed to you at preset addresses.
See the training evaluation survey set with this interaction. It can come in handy to obtain learner feedback and evaluate training courses.
Including a glossary in your course is made so easy with this interaction. Just add the terms and their description and they get grouped and listed alphabetically. Learners can also find the definitions by typing terms in the search window.
Here is a sample glossary of various terms related to 3G, created using the Glossary interaction.
Check the Raptivity Glossary here in this sample, to find the meaning of various terms used in Raptivity tool.
Create a comprehensive online assessment using a variety of question types such as multiple choice, multiple answers, sequencing, text entry, and match the pair. Responses are scored and tracked on LMS.
Take this sample one page assessment to test your knowledge on finance.
Enhance content delivery and retention with this simple yet effective slide show. Present a series of points or highlights in a flow, as an automated animation. Add images and supporting audio for each slide.
Here is an engaging presentation on fire safety tips, created with this interaction.
Transform conventional multiple choice questions to an exciting Million Dollar Game and spice up your course. Learners test their knowledge in a fun way as they move to next levels and earn scores.
Take this general knowledge quiz to work your way to the million dollar level.
Let your learners spin the wheel to win. This is a unique style to present a pool of multiple choice questions on a range of topics/subjects. Once the user spins the wheel, it randomly selects and throws one question at a time, from the topic on which the wheel’s needle rests.
Try this quiz to understand how this fascinating interaction works.
Give a twist to multiple response questions with this interaction. It is a great way to visually present multiple answer choices. Learners need to select images as answers which keeps them hooked.
Take this interesting animal quiz to try out this interaction.
Go beyond just playing a video and add interactive elements to it using this interaction. It actively involves your learners by inserting description and questions at appropriate intervals within the video.
Read some interesting facts and answer some questions as you watch a video on Antarctica, in this sample.
Create a guided tour of a software product, an application, or a process by showing multiple screens in a sequence. Descriptive text along with supporting audio enhances each screen and learner understanding.
This sample explains Microsoft Word in a learner-friendly manner, using this interaction.
Don’t miss viewing some of these other samples to know how the same interaction can be used to present content in different ways.
Build a powerful quiz segregated via topic categories and difficulty levels to stimulate learners’ interest. Learners can choose the topic category, bet for the scores and answer corresponding questions. Higher the score bet, complex is the question thrown.
Try betting yourself with this knowledge quiz!
Want to explain components of a picture or a diagram in a captivating style? Build an image of a concept, process, or product, part by part, and add text, image, or video to expound each part. Let learners explore the image by rolling the mouse over or clicking each part.
This sample aptly uses this interaction to explain an Origami shape creation process. Want to try your hands on creating an Origami - dog face? View this sample.
This is a great navigation widget for your learners to switch between information present on various tabs. This interaction comes handy when you want to present a lot of related content chunks or categories in a logical and user-friendly way.
See how various aspects of developing a business plan are presented systematically in this sample, with tabs to present each aspect.
Add the fun element to your course with a timed Memory Game! Help your learners test and train their memory skills while learning. They need to select pairs of images/text until matched, but those can be seen only on click.
Want to put your memory to test and see how much you can remember correctly? Play this sample on musical instruments.
Reinforce learning using this stimulating, branching simulation. Put your learners in a situation with multiple paths that lead to different endings. Let them choose the path of the scenario.
Ever handled an irate call from someone? Check this scenario of handling an irate customer call to understand how this interaction works.
Create a rapid assessment and feedback model to enhance the concentration and memory recall span of your learners. Learners just need to select between correct and incorrect for any option.
Take these inventive rapid check assessments to understand how this interaction works. Use of images as answer cues makes these assessments captivating.
Want to give a human/lively touch to your course content? Create professional looking dialogs in minutes with this interaction. Unfold the learning content in the form of a conversation between illustrated characters or objects.
View this job interview between the interviewer and the candidate. Don’t miss to view these other samples that illustrate how the same interaction can be creatively used in different ways.
Build highly engaging and visually stimulating exercises using the familiar drag and drop design. From simple labeling exercises to sorting and even filling in the blanks, this interaction can be used in a variety of innovative ways.
Here is an interesting exercise for you where you need to drag the right items from the collection and drop them in the first-aid kit. Take these other sample exercises as well and experience how this is an easy and fun way to boost learner engagement, in a number of ways.
View the samples created using Drag Drop Sort
Present stories or scenarios and then pose an open-book test for your learners with this interaction. What makes it captivating is the use of multimedia elements like visual introductory screen and audio visual questions.
Know the famous fable, ‘Our Iceberg is Melting’, by John Kotter? This sample uses this interaction effectively to reinforce learning from this fable, on ‘Change Management’.
Here are a couple of more interactive visual assessments for you to try.
Experience this amazingly powerful, but simple tool to create interactive learning!