This month’s contest challenge is to create a course that uses the Mission: Possible theme (spy, adventure, or our personal favorite, space exploration) to create a course highlighting one of the many topics to be discussed. For example, create something that talks about minimalism, audio, video, games, mLearning, Responsive Course Design, or CourseMill. For the full agenda and inspiration, check out the LUC 2017 page on our website. Bonus points for anyone who uses Cincinnati or flying pigs in their course.
Rick talks with Karen Ngowe of the CDC about Section 508, Lectora Online, and successful course development.
You need it, Lectora Online 3.3 has it! Lectora Online includes additional support for creating accessible content that meets 508 and WCAG 2.0 AA specifications. Product Manager Daryl Fleary demonstrates the latest additions to Lectora Online, including:
Visible Focus Indicators
Reading Order Control
Enhanced Closed Caption Ability
Creating Web Windows
Improved Shared Title Access Security
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).
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.
Pixlr for Lectora Online lets you create and modify high-quality screen captures and images. This web-based program allows you to create then save, edit, and copy images (.png or .jpg) directly into your Lectora Online title.
We are re-releasing this interactive process chart built entirely within Lectora Online in celebration of the fact that Lectora Online now has editable shapes, editable buttons, buttons states, and visual effects just as Lectora for desktop does! All of the shapes, buttons, button states, and styles are now completely editable within Lectora Online without the […]
For contest 16 I created a responsive course on my favorite sport to watch, ATV racing. I decided to explain the basics of starting off the in the ATVA. Check out my blog post explaining how I created this course here: http://trivantis.com/blog/community/breaking-entry-trivantis-community-contest-15/
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