Learning Cards Version 2

October 2004
IT Training;Oct2004, p68
Trade Publication
The article informs that Trainer1 has released version two of its Learning Cards, an online version of traditional flash cards that allows users to make sets of revision cards when learning online. Updates include wizards to help developers create sets of cards, a scoring and timing system for use with multiple choice questions, output to HTML for publishing Learning Cards on the Web sites and the ability to incorporate multimedia into the cards. Each card can contain text, graphics, animation, flash, audio, and make use of HTML and RTF files.


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