Creating Basic Interactive Flashcards with ActivePresenter

Our previous blog mentioned undeniable benefits of e-flashcards for eLearning and raised a question: How to create interactive flashcards? To give the answer to that question, I am going to show you the way to design two types of interactive flashcards ranging from basic to advanced level. In today’s blog, let’s learn how to create basic interactive flashcards with ActivePresenter. About the way to design advanced interactive flashcards, we are going to discuss in our next post.

The common type of flashcard that we normally know consists of 2 sides: a clue or notion on the front side and an explanation on the back side. Learners can interact with the card by clicking any side of it, then the other side will show up. Below is an example of a simple interactive flashcard. 

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