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JANUARY 28, 2011 [SCORM, Trivantis] E-Learning Trade Shows + Product Reviews 4 #TK11
Trivantis – Lectora Inspire – the product now supports HTML5, and comes with templates for tablets including the iPad – which is a good thing, since I will have my iPad with me. authoring tools content authoring tool E-Learn Info e-learning e-learning vendors elearning m-learning mobile learning rapid content authoring tool SCORM Uncategorized ASTD craig weiss LMS TechKnowledge tk11I was planning on writing about emerging technology and virtual worlds. What I like about conferences is the ability to see the latest products and hear the pitches from the vendors.
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OCTOBER 27, 2011 [SCORM, Trivantis] Four Industry Announcements
For example, a Director of Technology needs an authoring tool that supports SCORM 2004 3rd Edition for their LMS. All of the e-Learning specifications are captured- from SCORM and AICC to IMS, PENS and LETSI RTWS. Companies around the world from LMS providers to content publishers use Rustici’s products to solve the challenge of conforming to SCORM and AICC specifications. We are excited to streamline and enhance the development process with an entirely new user experience in Lectora,” said John Blackmon, Senior Vice President of Authoring Products at Trivantis Corporation.
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MARCH 20, 2012 [SCORM, Trivantis] Mobile Learning: Trending Up, Slow but Steady
Apps have a few more barriers, from complexity to distribution…thus HTML (via a browser) is generally a preferred delivery method for learning courseware, especially with the current state and requirements of SCORM (though the TinCan project may change that). Tools like RapidIntake’s Unison, Trivantis’ Lectora, and the fabled Articulate Storyline promise to deliver to both the desktop and mobile devices, and do so via ‘HTML5’. As has been apparent for a couple years now, ‘mobile devices’ are finally entering a level of media maturity. Only” two years? Not a chance.
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AUGUST 1, 2011 [SCORM, Trivantis] Review of Snap! 1.1 Update
About three months ago, Trivantis released Snap! For the non-programmer, this means that you can send results to a non-SCORM LMS – even to an online Excel spreadsheet or Access database. Full list of features as presented by Trivantis. But I expect to see the Trivantis working on the bugs as well as other feature enhancements. by Lectora – a PowerPoint authoring tool à la Articulate. Today they announced their 1.1 update. Normally I only comment on major releases, but this one has some important features. This last feature is something that Lectora has done.
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JUNE 7, 2011 [SCORM, Trivantis] New eLearning Tools Roundup – #ASTD2011
While it’s not yet creating SCORM objects, this will come. This is essentially an entry point product -- $99 for PowerPoint conversions to SCORM objects. Feels like Trivantis is moving back to basics and trying to meet the market where it’s at. I spent most of my time at ASTD ICE on the Expo floor. Our booth was in eLearning Alley – along with Allen Interactions, Articulate and the eLearning Brothers. There were a lot of new authoring tools on the show floor this year. It’ll come with various character packs so you can create stories right out of the box. Get it?
| | TONY KARRER
SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 [SCORM, Trivantis] LMS Satisfaction Features and Barriers
Trivantis 1 8.00 Update, Nov. You can get the abstract for the report and sign-up for a webinar on Sept. 26th on that same page. was one of several authors who collaborated on the survey questions and wrote different sections of the report. The survey data itself I find to be pretty interesting and useful for some important aspects of selection. Some notes on these numbers. Oracle 14 7.48
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INTEGRATED LEARNINGS [SCORM, Trivantis] ReviewLink: Online Review Tool for Lectora
| WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2012
To address these types of problems, Trivantis
has included a web-based review service with Lectora X.6 This is now an option just like Publishing to HTML or SCORM
. by Joseph Suarez. An important step in eLearning course development is getting feedback and approval from key stakeholders such as subject matter experts and other team members. Sometimes however, just getting a copy of a course to those stakeholders can be a challenge. Perhaps you have experienced one or more of the following: Emailed a course that bounced back due to a file size limit. called ReviewLink. MORE >>
MLEARNING TRENDS [SCORM, Trivantis] Growth Accelerates CellCast Solution Innovations
| FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 2010
offering would include: Improved Delivery Methods Advanced Mobile + Social Features Highly Scalable Architecture New Content Authoring Capabilities (incl Flash) Support for Learning Standards (SCORM
) Enhanced Enterprise Security Features Expanded Localization/Language Support In the days leading up to the mLearnCon Conference in San Diego, California (held mid-June 2010) and the weeks to follow, we plan to provide more detailed background and previews on each of these advances and highlight why we're proud and our customers/partners are happy with all these positive results. MORE >>
E-LEARNING UNCOVERED [SCORM, Trivantis] Review of Snap! 1.1 Update
| MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 2011
About three months ago, Trivantis
released Snap! For the non-programmer, this means that you can send results to a non-SCORM
LMS – even to an online Excel spreadsheet or Access database. Full list of features as presented by Trivantis
. But I expect to see the Trivantis
working on the bugs as well as other feature enhancements. by Lectora – a PowerPoint authoring tool à la Articulate. Today they announced their 1.1 update. Normally I only comment on major releases, but this one has some important features. This last feature is something that Lectora has done. MORE >>
LEARNING DEVELOPMENTS [SCORM, Trivantis] I'm not yet Captivated by Lectora
| TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2009
I'm using Lectora to develop a SCORM
package that will eventually be imported and used in the LMS. See Topic: Captivate to Lectora Instructions on the Trivantis
Community Forum. I'm putting together a self-paced web-based training course for how to order textbooks using a PeopleSoft application. The course will contain several simulations I am creating in Captivate 3. So far I've found Lectora to be a good course development tool. There is definitely room for improvement but it is meeting my needs right now. For now, I'm focusing on the Captivate integration. Lectora Captivate MORE >>
ICS LEARNING GROUP [SCORM, Trivantis] LMS and Development Guidance
| THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 2010
Thoughts and notes from our experiences developing eLearning content and LMS/SCORM
implementations. Common tools are Articulate Presenter (simple), Adobe Captivate (mid-level), and Trivantis
Lectora (high-level).among The key tying the eLearning content and the LMS together is SCORM
. As long as you have an authoring tool that outputs SCORM
-compliant content, it should work in a SCORM
-compliant LMS.though there are occasionally issues with the SCORM
implementation on one side or the other.and be aware of the SCORM
versions (1.2 support Flash. MORE >>
- [SCORM, Trivantis] Learning Developments: I'm not yet Captivated by Lectora LEARNING DEVELOPMENTS | WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 2009
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