Year after year, hundreds of passionate Lectora and CourseMill users flock to the annual Lectora User Conference. Wondering why you should join them next May 3 -4? Some of your favorite Trivantis Team members are coming to you live and delivering three lightning talks to answer just that! Daryl Fleary, Product Manager, Laura Silver, VP […]
You asked for it—you got it! The release of Lectora Online 3.2 includes many of the visual effects improvements you’ve requested. Daryl Fleary demonstrates the latest additions to Lectora Online
If you haven’t already started thinking about designing and developing your learning so that it looks good on different mobile devices, you will find yourself falling behind—but this free mLearning webinar with Joe Ganci, aka eLearningJoe, is here to help.
Join Diane Elkins of Artisan E-Learning as she shares creative ways to go beyond bullet points in your eLearning. From turning words into diagrams to integrating visuals, Diane will explain how to make your content capture your audience’s attention—without the dreaded “death by bullet points.”
In the webinar, you’ll learn: what 508/WCAG is, essential elements required for accessibility in an eLearning course and tips and tricks learned from the professionals, including skip navigation, closed captioning, accessible question types, and more
In this free webinar, Jennifer Valley, Trivantis Community Manager, will take you on a tour of the Trivantis Community. You’ll learn how to make the most of your Community experience, from basic navigation to the Lectora Contest series and how you can earn badges for Community activity. Plus, get tips for building your profile by sharing content and networking with fellow eLearning developers.
Join Product Manager Daryl Fleary as he unveils the new features in Lectora desktop 16.2. You’ll hear about many new exciting enhancements to the way PowerPoint files import into Lectora.
Q: Is submitting Quiz Results to Google available in the most current version of Lectora Inspire? A: It has been there for quite some time. It is definitely part of Lectora 12 and 16. Technically, it is also available in Lectora 11 but unfortunately Google changed its submission API since. So courses built in Lectora […]
Sergey Snegirev, Lectora customer and longtime, highly active Trivantis Community member, will explain the process behind building a mobile app using Lectora 16. Sergey will also share his impressions of the new Responsive Course Design (RCD) functionality and outline the time-saving techniques for responsive courses he wishes he’d used when building the app—so that you can learn from his experience!
Travers Owers joins Trivantis Community Manager Jennifer Valley to discuss the foundation for building a stronger Title Explorer.