The best way to learn to use a system is to, well, use the system. But that is not always efficient, practical, or safe. The next best thing is for learners to pretend they are using the system in a simulated environment, with evaluated input and feedback. In this session, our Product Manager Daryl Fleary will discuss how to use screen captures, form objects, and questions to create realistic application simulations in Lectora and Lectora Online.
Join Charles Jennings, co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute, and Trivantis as they explore the use of learning within the workflow to drive higher levels of performance in your organization.
Charles will cover:
How top performing companies provide real-time support of learning within the context of the daily workflow (with examples!)
Why continuous learning is so important and how to build that into your eLearning strategy
Common mistakes that managers make implementing eLearning and how to avoid them
How technology platforms and content strategies and tools can underpin the 70:20:10 reference model
In honor of the unveiling of Trivantis Community 2.0, we want to show you the top ten ways to use the Community to your benefit! In this free webinar, Jennifer Valley, Trivantis Community Manager, will take you on a tour of the new and improved Trivantis Community. You’ll learn how to make the most of your Community experience, including how you can earn badges for Community activity—like participating in our contest series! Plus, get tips for building your profile by sharing content and networking with fellow eLearning developers.
Trivantis Product Manager Daryl Fleary is back with another exciting new feature reveal! Find out what’s new in Lectora Online 3.4 and ReviewLink 3.4.
Design is a critical aspect of creating engaging and effective learning experiences. Unfortunately for learners, too many online courses are decorated instead of thoughtfully designed. The result is often boring, unattractive and ineffectual. Mike Taylor from Mindset Digital is here to help you avoid boring eLearning.
This session will explore how anyone, even non-designers can apply some proven principles to intentionally design courses that audiences will love and learn from. This session will explore design principles which have been proven to improve learning results along with easy to implement examples—even for non-designers.
In this follow-up webinar, we’ll take a deeper dive into how Kettering Health Network created an engaging scenario-based training course using Lectora®. Join Trivantis® Community Manager Jennifer Valley as she goes behind the scenes of the course in Lectora with Bernadette Sacksteder from Kettering Health Network. Jared Shaw from Pixton will also join the webinar to discuss the benefits of adding comics to training courses.
John Blackmon, Trivantis CTO, shows you:
How students will benefit from the new user interface
How you can take learning on the go with the new and improved mobile app
How to take advantage of the new API for system integrations
Branching scenarios are an effective and engaging method of eLearning. Sergey Snegirev will show examples and explain the steps behind building your first scenario using Lectora 17 and BranchTrack.
Join Craig Weiss, principal analyst at The Craig Weiss Group, LLC, and John Blackmon, Chief Technology Officer of Trivantis, on Wednesday, March 15, at 1:30 PM EDT, as they discuss the key trends of 2017, including micro-learning and mobile.
Where is the eLearning industry with micro-learning and mobile today?
What can you expect to happen in the near future?
How can you make both micro-learning and mobile an actionable part of your eLearning strategy?
Performance support is a term that we hear pretty often in eLearning circles these days. But what exactly does it entail, and how does it differ from traditional eLearning? Delivery and tracking of performance support is another big differentiator, as you won’t have tests, and you need to get information to where the users are doing their work, rather than on a desktop.
Presented by John Blackmon, Trivantis CTO, this session will take an in-depth look at what makes content performance support, and how you can not only utilize existing training materials as performance support but also how to use a single source to provide both traditional training and performance support. You’ll also see how you can track usage patterns of your content, even when it is used as performance support.
In this session, you will learn:
How performance support differs from eLearning
How you can repurpose traditional eLearning to be used as performance support
How best to deliver performance support
How to track performance support