If you have a Lectora v12 or greater license key you can tell your version just by looking at the license key. Lectora v12 license keys always start with “LI12” or “LP12”. The “LI” stands for Lectora Inspire and “LP” stands for Lectora Publisher. The “12” means it’s for version 12. Lectora v16 license keys always start with “LI16” or “LP16” and Lectora v17 keys always starts with “LI17” or “LP17”.
Review this checklist and the instructions before you start going through installation.
Lectora Inspire, Lectora Publisher, and Lectora Online include the option to submit your Test, Quiz, Survey, or Form Results to a Google Form that will create a Google Drive spreadsheet with all of the results listed. You can use a spreadsheet that you control on Google Drive to collect Lectora data instead of or in addition to using an LMS or custom server script.
Your Account Representative can answer questions about your maintenance subscription, billing, additional products, training, and software upgrades.
Lectora Publisher/Inspire include the option to export all of your source files and resources into a zipped folder (.ZIP), Lectora Online Package (.PKG), and Extensible Markup Language (.XML). While Lectora Online includes the option to export to Lectora Online Package (.PKG). This is useful if the title needs to be backed up or shared with co-workers, on the Trivantis Community, or sent to Trivantis Support.
You can update your installed copy of Lectora by downloading service packs from our website at http://lectora.com or you can use the auto-update inside Lectora.
Laura Silver, VP of Products, along with Margaret Roth, Chief Customer Experience Office and Co-Founder of Yet Analytics, Inc. teach us how to create and deploy virtual reality (VR) training quickly and cost-effectively.
Use previously created interactions in another Lectora or Lectora Online title. Follow this step-by-step guide on how to create and save library objects.
If you are an eLearning Developer looking to create Virtual Reality eLearning, then you want to watch this overview, presented by John Blackmon, from Trivantis, on how to use their new product, CenarioVR. CenarioVR allows you to create eLearning experiences that are full VR using 360-degree video and hotspots.
Today, John tells us all about the recent release of CenarioVR, Trivantis’s new virtual reality eLearning suite, and shows us a demo of how it works and how to use it.