‘The more the merrier’! Raptivity Suite is exactly that. If you wish to use a combination of ‘The Basic’ and ‘The Extraordinary’ interactions, Raptivity Suite is your best pick. It includes all the interactions of Raptivity Essential and another
70+ interactions. These interactions are from varied categories like Presentation Aids, Games, Videos, Surveys, etc. The pack gives you over 99 options to choose from so that when you select the interactions that best suit your needs. It’s everything
you’ll ever need to make your eLearning content come alive! The interaction models in this pack also display capabilities such as 508, SCORM, AICC and Tin Can compliance along with Flash and HTML5 output compatibility.
Add fun to presentations by displaying content in a flip book format. Images can be added to text. Content delivery is refreshing and engaging.
Sticky Notes are a unique way to display bullet points, notes and diagrams on individual post-its. Add keywords such as ‘Key Takeaways’, ‘Important’, etc.
Use a spotlight to highlight up to 7 important images or texts with voice over explanations. Great for presenting learning objectives.
Need an effective way to display a system network? Use this radial format with the central component shown in the middle surrounded by spokes of the subcomponents.
System structures are easily displayed using concentric circles. Circles appear with callouts and descriptions resulting in an explanation of the system as a whole.
Displays a jumbled image related to course content. Learners use problem solving skills and visual association to reorganize the pieces to form the image correctly.
Represent processes in sequenced steps with details of each step available on rollover after all steps have been shown.
Reinforce concepts and details using matching sets. Learners match pairs, which are then moved to the top of the list as immediate feedback.
Design a trivia board to present interesting information in the form of questions and answers, which are presented after a brief time interval.
Add fun and interest to assessments. This interaction presents 3-D driving experiences with question stops along the journey that must be answered to continue.
Want a great way to categorize images or videos. Use this engaging interaction to design a 3-D walk-through of a museum with 1-4 rooms with 4 items per room.
Learners gather information from images, text, or videos while ascending a mountain to the peak. when they reach the peak, they complete a quiz about the content.
Learners are presented with up to 15 audio-visual scenes. The facts are presented along with question-answer sessions. Each scene includes up to 5 questions.
Want an interesting way to present a lot of information along with a quiz at once. This interaction presents images, text, or videos in a page-turning book format.
Want to reinforce vocabulary in an engaging way? This interaction is a simulated word search puzzle where learners find words in a grid of jumbled letters.
This interaction displays a tic-tac-toe chart. Each cell is associated with a question. Learners can win the game by answering questions correctly.
Present a simulated situation with up to 25 screens of images, text, and audio. Screen progress manually or based on set timing.
Learners are given a scenario and a list of up to 10 activities. Based on the scenario presented, the learner prioritizes the displayed activities.
Want an engaging game to hone learners' logical reasoning skills? The learner must analyze clues to find the treasure behind one door among many.
Design a simulated maze puzzle in which learners remove barriers by answering questions correctly. Each correct answer propels the learner on the correct path.
Engage students with an adaptive multilevel question series. Students are guided to the correct path if needed. A status bar shows progression.
Looking for a classification exercise? Characteristics appear as labels at the bottom; learners drag and drop them to their respective classifications. Time can be set.
Students drag text labels from the left to corresponding answers on the right which creates a tree structure. This template uses functions matched to positions.
Learning to use new software can be made easier by using practice simulations. Screenshots illustrate actions that students then perform receiving immediate feedback.
Need a comprehensive multi-page SCORM 1.2 compliant assessment? Include up to 25 questions from 7 question types. Responses are scored and sent to your LMS.
This exploratory exercise allows students to familiarize themselves with parts of a screenshot or image. Hotspots on the image provide descriptions of the various parts.
Want to add interest to learning vocabulary? A question/clue appears with spaces for the correct answer. Students fill in the missing letters.
Need a less detailed survey? Use emoticons as rating points for questions with responses automatically mailed to preset addresses.
Need to convey a complex diagram? Highlight parts of the diagram with corresponding descriptions displayed at a set time. Descriptions and image parts can be revisited.
Students view glossary terms by selecting a letter from the alphabet tabs and then clicking on the terms. Definitions are displayed to the right of the screen.
Review vocabulary, terminology, or concepts using this timed game. Learners select the correct letters to build the answer to up to 50 given questions.
Use this engaging way to assess learners' ability to choose the correct repsonse from 4 choices related to an image or video. Clues and feedback are provided.
This engaging game assesses learners' knowledge with up to 50 questions that when answered correctly, enable them to move through the game board.
Have an image with related questions? This interaction allows portions of a image to be revealed as related questions are answered correctly.
How about playing a slot machine as motivation? This interaction can include up to 50 questions which when answered correctly allow the learner to play slots.
Want an interesting way to review content? Use this interaction to display 2-15 cards that each present information using text, image, and video combinations.
Like strategy? Roll blocks to squares with a coin and answer 3 questions to form a bridge to the next area. The block must pass through a hole on the 3rd area.
Do your learners like game shows? Test knowledge of up to 10 topics with 3 - 10 questions per topic in this fun game show format. Limited hints available.
This game has up to 20 questions. Based on their confidence level, learners can choose an option for fewer points in they are unsure of their answers.
This interaction presents up to 20 questions with multiple ranked answers. Points are awarded based on relevance of the answers.
This game lists items with an associated color dot. Dots must be placed on the board in the correct sequence to earn points. More attempts equals fewer points.
Tour a concept, process, or procedure with 1-10 scenes, each with text and an image with up to 5 hotspots (videos optional) from which to choose to move foward.
Review content with 2-15 simulated whiteboards. Keywords can be underlined, circled or highlighted. Learners click on eraser to show content of next whiteboard.
This interaction model helps design scenarios using images and continuous dialog. The learner is prompted to act as the decision-maker. This makes the learner become aware of and sensitive to the complexities in each problem.
Want to create branching scenarios? Create multiple scenes using text, image or video with this interaction.
Need an interesting way to show a process? A process is shown using thumbnail images or videos. Click each to display an enlarged view of each with descriptive text.
This interaction demonstrates the cyclical flow of sequenced events using an arrow diagram. Arrows with descriptive text appear one after the other.
This interaction first shows a complete image, then specified parts of the screen are enlarged, along with description of the parts. Timing can be adjusted.
Use this calendar as a great way to help learners stay organized or to present information related to specific dates. It can include text, images, and videos.
This interaction provides linear information in up to 10 accordion panels. Each panel expands to show more information including text, image, or video.
Display supportive evidence to key points. This display has the key point in the center which is surrounded by additional text, image, and/or video information.
Reinforce learners ability to identify parts of any image. Add up to 20 possible spots that answer the given question. Learners select all the correct spots.
Want to assess how well learners understand content? Given a question, learners must quickly choose correct answers as possibilities fly across the screen.
This interaction provides classifying practice, a vital thinking skill. Up to 4 given categories have 1-6 items each which are dragged to the correct category.
Need an interesting way to present fill in the blank statements? Add a statement with 1-20 missing words with dropdown lists of 2-8 choices for each blank.
Learners can retell information in order or organize concepts, processes, or content by arranging jumbled paragraphs into the correct order.
Need an unique timed assessment? This interaction has 2-5 fixed answer choices with up to 20 rapid fire questions. Timing of questions can be adjusted.
Need a quick survey? This interaction can create a survey of up to 30 questions. Answers can range from 2-500. Results are automatically e-mailed.
Learners' understanding of content such as concepts, topics, definitions, vocabulary, and math problems can be assessed using this matching pairs interaction.
Classifying is a great skill. This interaction presents 2-4 category buckets. An item appears in the center and the arrow is clicked for the appropriate bucket.
Sequencing and determining relevance are practised in this interaction. Learners select from possible answer choices and then sequence those choices.
This interaction displays up to 20 jumbled sentences. Learners drag the words into the correct order to form each sentence. Great for parts of speech review.
This branching exercise begins with one question and based on the response, feedback and a new question is given. Great for creating troubleshooting guides.
Need to detail a process or system in a sequential list of steps? This interaction can include up to 10 steps listed in sequential order.
Compare two side-by-side lists of up to 5 items (images,text, and audio). This interaction is great for comparing pros-cons, does-don'ts, and point-counter point.
Videos are powerful instructional tools. This template can include 1-10 videos, each with 1-10 bulleted text entries that are displayed while the video plays.
This interaction allows any video to be placed into a player that gives the learner control over the play, pause, forward, rewind, and volume options.
Love crosswords? These crossword puzzles are created using audio or images as clues. Instantaneous feedback and solution help is provided.
Learners switch letters in groups of words to form new words that are associated with a concept. Learners obtain more information about words on mouse-over.
Experience this amazingly powerful, but simple tool to create interactive learning!