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Learning Interactions are components of Adobe Captivate 2019 that provide the learner with a specific way of viewing information or interacting with published courses. For example, a Glossary is a Captivate Learning Interaction that presents terms in a list and allows learners to search the list using an input field or scrollbar. A number of contributors have created videos and blog posts on Learning Interactions, and I’ve listed them in the reference section, should you want to view them yourself.

You may be tempted to call Learning Interactions “widgets”, and you wouldn’t necessarily be wrong. However, as Leive Weymeis notes,  within the Captivate environment a “Widget” refers specifically to components compatible with Adobe Flash (.swf) while Learning Interactions refer to those compatible with both Flash and HTML5. A subtle, but important distinction when you’re developing courses.

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