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Daniel Brigham

Hi, Jamie:

Good idea to give learners a sense of closure. What I'll sometimes do is create an "exit course" button. When setting the triggers for a button, you'll notice there is an "exit course" action.

If you have an evaluation, you can always create a link to that and then at the end of the eval thank them and let them know they are finished with the course. Let me know if you have further questions. --Daniel

Bruce Graham

"That brings us to the end of this module, many thanks for your time and attention.

Please now close the browser, or you can use the menu to go back and review anything you want to go over again.

Once again thanks for your time, and you can now go back to your real job, and be much more effective at doing it".

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OK - I made the last sentence up - but it is kind of what I'd like to be true!

Bruce

Cristina Devrin

David Anderson said:

Now that you got some helpful ideas, here's a less-than-helpful idea: http://articulate-downloads.s3.amazonaws.com/forum-help/ExitTheCourse-Ideas/player.html

Actually, Slide 2's clapping people is one I've used a lot over the years. The rest are just silly ideas.


I love Ferris. That made me smile! 

Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Cristina Devrin said:

David Anderson said:

Now that you got some helpful ideas, here's a less-than-helpful idea: http://articulate-downloads.s3.amazonaws.com/forum-help/ExitTheCourse-Ideas/player.html

Actually, Slide 2's clapping people is one I've used a lot over the years. The rest are just silly ideas.


I love Ferris. That made me smile! 

Me too...tx for the