The Community is bustling with activity, and to show our thanks we wanted to award your achievements with digital badges. Starting today, you’ll be able to earn a badge when you complete certain tasks.
Welcome to Lectora Online and Lectora Inspire! This series of videos and articles will give you a brief introduction on the product, so you’ll get up and running as quickly as possible. After watching each tutorial, be sure jump into Lectora and start creating something of your own.
The next contest features mastering the art of branching! Take any subject you choose and create a course showing how you can make an interaction interesting, a simulation superb, and content creative.
Calling all Trivantis Community members—we’re looking for instructional designers and eLearning developers who want to be published in an upcoming Trivantis eBook on eLearning storytelling!
My brother got all of the musical talent of our parents while I can barely carry a tune in a paper sack. He also got the beautiful, bouncy, curly hair while I got the lank, straight hair that won’t hold a curl longer than 5 minutes. Not fair! Wouldn’t it be nice if we could […]
This article talks about the various actions you can complete by using a question variable.
You can clean-up the unused files that no longer appear in your title and reduce your file size.
You can import an entire Microsoft PowerPoint presentation to create a new Lectora title. Or you can can import a PowerPoint presentation into an existing Lectora title.
You can attach files to your Lectora title like PDFs and Word documents. Attaching external files enables you to publish them along with the course and all other imported resources.
Compliance courses have gotten a bad rap over the years. Just because something is required doesn’t mean it has to be stale, dated, and an overload of information. Instead, it should be energized, filled with just-in-time information, and most importantly, fun. This week’s contest is to take a standard compliance topic and turn it into a course so amazing that learners would want to shout their excitement from the rooftops.