This sample e-Learning course showcases the many features and objects Lectora offer. It includes embedded and streaming audio and video, animations, custom buttons, web windows, social objects and all twelve of Lectora’s interactive question types. It also utilizes the powerful suite of actions and variables available with Lectora to create a highly interactive and engaging […]
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.
Live from the Lectora User Conference 2017, Rick Zonatti talks to John Blackmon, CTO, and Alfredo Ferreira, Director of Development – CourseMill, at Trivantis.
Live from the Lectora User Conference 2017, Rick Zonatti talks to Darin Lueken, Director of Development – Lectora at Trivantis.
Branching scenarios are an effective and engaging method of eLearning. Sergey Snegirev will show examples and explain the steps behind building your first scenario using Lectora 17 and BranchTrack.
Rick talks with Karen Ngowe of the CDC about Section 508, Lectora Online, and successful course development.
This title contains 4 examples of how you can create image-based questions. For True or False, Multiple Choice, or Multiple Response questions, you would normally interact with the standard radio buttons or check boxes. In these examples, we’re hiding the interactive parts of the question objects and using Image Buttons instead. We then pass the […]
Many features in Microsoft PowerPoint are supported in Lectora, but not all. Importing PowerPoint content is not an exact one-to-one conversion. This means that text and other objects might look slightly different after importing them. However, with the “Size for Lectora” option, as well as enhancements to shape recognition and callouts, Lectora has greatly improved […]
Lectora Inspire users can easily create and import scenario-based exercises using the BranchTrack application. The projects you create download directly to your page. And when changes are needed, this fully integrated feature provides one-click, roundtrip editing capability. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions to help get you started.
Jane Erwin joins us on our last LectoraLive! episode of the year to talk about how CourseMill has been integrated into her work at MPHI. Happy holidays to our viewers. Tune in in the new year!