Adrienne Carney will show you how to create a course index in Lectora.
Google Docs enables you to create forms that can be embedded in your Lectora titles and Snap! by Lectora presentations. Learn how to create a Google Docs form, how to embed it into your eLearning projects and where you can access the collected results to tap into this resource.
Regina Lehotay will show you how to use PowerPoint’s 2007 smart art graphics and bring them over to Lectora.
Elliott Masie and Ben Contra will share their thoughts on the latest eLearning trends.
Jennifer Platt from Yum Brands will show you where the pre-developed flash game variables are within the help file in Lectora.
Diane Elkins will share a quick tip that can help assemble your quick pages faster, reduce chances of typos, and make edits more easily by focusing on page headers.
Diane Elkins will show you how easy it is to use Lectora to create an app for the iPhone, iPad or other mobile device.
Diane Elkins will demonstrate zoom and pan within Camtasia.
Diane Elkins will show you how to use dynamic text in Lectora titles to make it easy to update course content after the course has been published.
Diane Elkins will demonstrate how to use captions in Camtasia screen capture tool.