Comma-separated value (CSV) files are delimited text files containing questions that have been exported from spreadsheets like Microsoft Excel® and Google Sheets®. These files are useful for SME’s or other parties to create questions and tests, without requiring access to the application. It’s also a handy way to store your test information in a text format for review by auditors and stakeholders.
With ReviewLink 3.3 you can draw lines, arrows, ellipses, and highlights directly on the page to add visual enhancements to your course commenting.
Lectora 17 is almost here. Find out what new features are coming to those current on maintenance in this webinar hosted by DarylFleary, Trivantis Product Manager extraordinaire. DarylFleary will walk you through new features like the Seamless Play publish option, which eliminates the screen wipe commonly associated with HTML pages loading, and the ability to auto-play media on mobile devices.
Want a look inside in the brain of a game designer? Karl Kapp—Professor of Instructional Technology and author of the bestselling book “The Gamification of Learning and Instruction”— talks about how a game designer would approach eLearning. You’ll get a fresh perspective on eLearning design as Karl shares how a game designer would approach instruction, as opposed to an instructional designer.
Eric Hufnagel talked with us earlier this year at LUC16 in Florida. Today he joins us again to talk about eLearning in community colleges.
Welcome to Lectora Online! This series of videos and articles will give you a brief introduction on the collaboration feature within Lectora Online, so you’ll get up and running as quickly as possible. After watching each tutorial, be sure to jump into Lectora Online and start familiarizing yourself with the features. Select the video title to be redirected to the video (in a new window).
Welcome to ReviewLink! 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 to jump into ReviewLink and start sharing and reviewing your own content. Select the video title to be redirected to the video (in a new window).
Watch Dan Richards and Ron Wincek from Interactive Advantage as they share the benefits of and best practices for developing accessible eLearning with Lectora. Dive into images, audio, interactions, timing, and more in ways that provide the best experience for all learners and are Section 508 compliant.
I love holidays! For Contest 16, let’s celebrate our favorite holidays. Create a short eLearning module in Lectora® about a seasonal celebration or activity you love. It could be a resource guide to getting through family holiday dinners, your top tips for Black Friday shopping, or an explanation of a unique local holiday your area celebrates.