Text: Basic element for including the text you want with your content.
Image: Use this element to include as many images as you need, you have different ways of fitting them into the available gap and filters to modify them. Do you need appropriate images for your course? Use our catalogue of more than 450k images available.
Image & Text: If you need to add explanatory or descriptive text to your images, this is the most suitable element for doing so.
Card: An interactive element that will provide you with a host of pedagogical uses. Discover the hidden content behind the card.
Gallery: Explain processes step by step or display a series of related images.
Hot Spots: Identify specific parts of an image and let your students discover the information of each point of interest.
Infographics: Dynamically represent, using different types of diagrams, the explanatory information you want to convey.
Video: Video training is a growing trend. Don’t miss the opportunity to use this resource in your content.
Audio: You can add a podcast, interviews or any other audio resource that might enrich your course.
ABC: A very easy-to-use test-type exercise that will help your students consolidate their knowledge during the course.
Sort: Insert Drag & Drop style mechanics into your content to make it more fun and didactic.
Fill the blanks: Through a text in which a series of words are missing, the user can test their knowledge and select the correct word.
Alphabet: The classic definition game to stimulate learning through fun.
Swipe: Compete against the timer to sort the cards between two options. It is a really addictive game.
Trivial: Click on the wheel to randomly select a category and complete the whole circle by answering the questions of each of them. Try it as many times as you need until you win the category.
Percentage: Displaying data has never been so simple and didactic. Accompany your content with this resource, which will help you to represent your percentage data in a highly visual way.
Graphic: Do you need to represent multiple data in the same graph? Use our composite graph, with it you can show ranges of percentage values in a visual way.
Download: Attach any type of supplementary content to your course for downloading.