My tutorial on Relational Frame Theory is now hosted at FoxyLearning.com. The newest version is improved in many ways, including:
- Full audio narration added throughout the program (with user control over volume, replaying, and the showing of corresponding text)
- Ability to save progress at any point in the program (instead of just at the beginning or end of a lesson)
- Faster and more streamlined animations and greater user control over when animations play
- More student performance data available to instructors (including overall practice question accuracy, last lesson completed, first quiz score, highest quiz score, number of quiz attempts, and date of last access)
- Progress in lesson and program now clearly indicated by progress bar, screen numbers, and lesson numbers
- Full-screen viewing now available (and can be toggled on and off by the user)
- Now hosted on a much faster (and more secure) dedicated web server
Unfortunately, the costs of developing, hosting, and providing support for the tutorial means that I can no longer offer it for free. I have tried to keep the cost affordable for students and everyone, though, with one year of access costing only $9.00 (a fraction of the cost of a textbook!).
Erik: Nice and what
Very nice tutorial content and presentation format. May I ask what software you used to program it?
The program is Adobe Flash.
Update: Matt is right that the tutorial used to be in Flash, but it is now all HTML5 (https://foxylearning.com/tutorials/rft)