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.
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.
I shared my favorite ways to save time with Lectora Online during an eLearning Brother’s webinar today. Here’s my tips and tricks when trying to save time in Lectora Online.
Sometimes it may be necessary to place your CenarioVR output in to an external source such as a web page or course. Let’s take a look at the placing your CenarioVR Output in Lectora Online.
Another update happened to Lectora Online over the weekend. Included in this update is improved text functionality, new Responsive Course Design (RCD) features, bug fixes, and more.
Vaast is a central online repository to create, manage, track, and find digital media assets, including images, audio and video.
Lectora Online users can easily create and import scenario-based exercises using the BranchTrack application—now integrated into Lectora Online! The projects you create download directly to your page. And when changes are needed, this fully integrated feature provides one-click, roundtrip editing capability. In this session, BranchTrack founder and CEO Sergey Snegirev will discuss how—and why—you should create engaging eLearning scenarios and implement them into your Lectora content.
For Community Contest 26, create a short eLearning module highlighting something you new you learning in Instructional Design, eLearning, or Lectora. Did you master actions? Or find a new and interesting way to use variables? How about learning to add extra code in your course? It could be as simple as designing or creating something you’re really proud of. Share it with your peers and tell us why!
Discover how BranchTrack, Seamless Play, and more new features in Lectora Online will enable you to build more effective, polished, and dynamic courses. And check out the new device preview feature in ReviewLink, so you can evaluate responsive content directly from the browser.