In our recent Inspiration Wednesday, 5 eLearning Mistakes and How to Avoid Them, Joe Ganci referenced a sample Lectora title (watch it here: http://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/5-elearning-mistakes-avoid/). The title is now available for download. Also included is a Lectora Online package.
This course is an example of how to track and convert xAPI data. For more information check out the accompanying Inspiration Wednesday “xAPI and Lectora: An Introduction” (http://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/xapi-lectora-introduction/). This course is available for download in Lectora 16 and as a Lectora Online Package.
This course is an example of a responsive title with xAPI actions included. For more information check out the accompanying Inspiration Wednesday “xAPI and Lectora: An Introduction” (http://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/xapi-lectora-introduction/). This course is available for download in Lectora 16 and as a Lectora Online Package.
Our Director of Training, Gina White, recently conducted a training on how to use Camtasia and related eLearning Brothers templates in Lectora Inspire. Thanks Gina!
Our Director of Training, Gina White, recently conducted a training on how to publish to Reviewlink and the access the eLearning Brothers Library in Lectora. Check out the course she created! Thanks Gina!
Our Director of Training, Gina White, recently conducted a short training on how to publish to SCORM in Lectora. Check out this course she created! Thanks Gina!
Reinforcing and evaluating learning through game playing is a technique we’ve used since we were children. And, simply put, games can make learning more fun! In this sample course, you’ll learn several methods to create games, including using Lectora’s built-in Flash games as well as building your own, custom games using actions and variables.
This sample e-Learning course contains examples of tests, buttons, menus, rollovers and more. The sample includes the completed title as well as a comprehensive tutorial to help you recreate this course.
This sample title contains a number of interactivity examples, a graded assessment and various types of media such as images, audio, video and Flash animations. The sample includes all source files for download.
Progress Bars can be used for a variety of different purposes in a Lectora title. From basic Progress Bars designed to indicate student progress through a course or chapter, to revealing graphic images, Progress Bars are limited only by your imagination. In this course, you will learn to create Progress Bars using the title’s pages, […]
Signposts and Breadcrumbs are small references to the current and/or previous location in your title, such as the name of a Chapter, Section, or Page. This helps the learner internally organize the information and retrieve knowledge. In this course, you will learn how to use Lectora’s Reserved Variables to create Signposts (“You Are Here”) and […]
Menus are typically used for navigation to the Chapters and Sections within a title. But Menus can also be used creatively for organizational charts, decision trees and questions. In this course, you will see a variety of uses for Menus. You will learn how to create a Menu and determine its appearance; selecting the layout, […]
Move To and Size To actions in Lectora can easily bring life to your titles. These actions allow you to change the position and/or resize objects on a page. In this course you will learn how to create the Move To and Size To actions to enhance interactivity within your course.
Web accessibility is an important part of the development process that should be considered with your initial course design. In this course, you will learn specific methods and examples to help you create accessible content. Discover the steps you can take in Lectora to further ensure that your title meets the Section 508 requirements as […]
This sample e-Learning course uses the Lectora Inspire tools – Camtasia, Flypaper, and SnagIt – to create an interactive and informative title containing images, buttons, media, attached documents and an assessment.
Creating content for tablets is not much different from creating content for traditional computers and laptops. However, there are several design guidelines that will help you along the way, and keep you from doing any unnecessary troubleshooting. Run this guide from a tablet such as an iPad, and you’ll learn what to avoid and what […]
Get this premium Side Bar Viewer from the eLearning Brothers, available for both Lectora® V11 and Lectora® Online. It has a great animation that builds the slide, offers you four editable sections and is very easy to customize!