June 16, 2016 at 9:21 am #318779
Andy – Great to meet you! I still have a (McDonald’s yellow) lunchbox!!!!August 4, 2016 at 2:53 pm #323807
My name is Kris and I’m a Clinical Nurse Educator at a hospital in Northern California. Our hospital recently started using Lectora as a way to augment our eLearnings and upgrade them from the passé powerpoints loaded into our LMS with a multiple choice post test. I’ve just completed my first Lectora title and was able to incorporate some really great interactivity for our nurses. Not only are they able to learn the content, but they are able to apply it in a case study that builds throughout the course. Very exciting stuff! I’m very new at the creation of elearnings, as my primary role had previously always been as a nurse. Now that I’m stepping into the world of creating the education for nurses, it is exciting, quite new, and nauseating – all at the same time! I’m looking forward to reading tips, tricks, and soaking up as much information as I can from those of you who have been using software like this for a while. It’s going to take me a while to get all of the computer lingo down, but I figured that if I can survive nursing school, I can survive anything!August 4, 2016 at 3:09 pm #323812
Welcome Kris! We’re glad to have you 🙂September 2, 2016 at 12:18 am #325839
Will HallMember2 pts@whall6215
My name is Will and I work at ITC Learning, the Australia reseller for Lectora. I’ve been developing eLearning using all versions of Lectora (vX through v16, plus Online) for almost 3 years, and providing Lectora training and support here in Australia.This post has received 2 votes up.September 2, 2016 at 7:21 am #325849
Wendy MillerModerator47 pts@wendymiller
Welcome, Will! Glad to see more of our friends in Australia here!This post has received 1 vote up.September 6, 2016 at 7:27 am #326051
Welcome Will!October 21, 2016 at 7:27 am #330292
Lazaro PerezMember26 pts@sirwise23
Out of curiosity, I feel like Trivantis is up there with Apple as far as secrecy goes. Do you guys have a public roadmap that shows what new features may be coming down the line? I know that you don’t want to be held responsible for enhancements that maybe don’t make it, but I think at least a glimpse of what to expect would be very nice for planning ahead…
Laura SilverModerator21 pts@lsilver
Thanks for the feedback on roadmap visibility – this is certainly something we’re taking into account and will look into improving in the future.
As you stated, it is always a concern to provide a plan for future development when things can and will change. We’re an Agile development shop, which means we make it a priority to respond to change – whether that comes from customers’ changing requirements, advances in technology, or shifts in the elearning industry.
With that said, every year at our Lectora User Conference, we provide an update on what’s to come for our products, both near and long-term. This generally gets reported to our community of users through our blog. We also regularly hold open betas for Lectora and Lectora Online in advance of major updates so that you have the opportunity to preview and test new features – we promote these directly on the community and in our newsletters.
I’d love to have the opportunity to meet with you briefly to discuss this topic further and get any additional feedback. Let me know and I can contact you directly!This post has received 1 vote up.January 31, 2017 at 11:23 am #343938
Hello Trivantis Community,
My name is Neil Stratford, I’m a instructor and developer at a Electrical Utility company in Canada. I’m pretty new to the entire eLearning industry — previously I did Graphic Design, and originally went to school for Technical and Scientific Illustration. I love incorporating my visual background with such a logical program such as Lectora. Currently I’m using Lectora 16 to create courses. I do testing, course development with SMEs and develop in-house eLearning modules (from start to finish).
So as I was sifting through the forum, I noticed that some people were saying the site is a little confusing. I agree… Finding resources on certain topics has been difficult for me. I’m guessing it’s because I’m so new to this. So I’m starting off my introduction with this question seeing as some older members know this website better then me:
1. Can someone please direct me to a comprehensive guide in creating final assessments (besides the Trivantis video) – something a little more advanced. I’m trying to create a assessment with 3 attempts total for the final assessment (not each question – the entire assessment). These 3 attempts need to be noted in the module, and communicated to the LMS (a guide in LMS would also be greatly appreciated). Any help would be amazing.
Finally, it is nice to meet you all. I welcome discussion, questions, critiques, or even just connecting for the sake of connecting (I’ll add profile content soon). I am glad to be apart of such a fine community, and use such amazing software which allows me to learn something new everyday.
Neil StratfordFebruary 2, 2017 at 4:42 pm #344232
Welcome @nstratford6538 ! One of my favorite resources for testing is old Inspiration Wednesday’s. I’ll provide a link below to there general location so you can browse through the ones available. I remember “Easily Create Tests & Questions with Lectora” being one that helped me out back when I was new (ish).
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