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Lectora Inspire 12.1 Review by Rick Zanotti

Trivantis

While many vendors rush to create mobile applications, Lectora® has quietly led the way with a foundation built around what would emerge as mobile. While many vendors struggle to shed their “Flash” skins and claim open-ness, Lectora quietly embraced “open” from the get-go. Lectora was designed to be flexible, and in essence, was an HTML and HTML5 code generator. In Lectora® Inspire 12.1, Lectora improves upon the PowerPoint experience and goes way beyond in many ways.

Lectora Inspire 12.1 Review by Rick Zanotti

Trivantis

While many vendors rush to create mobile applications, Lectora® has quietly led the way with a foundation built around what would emerge as mobile. While many vendors struggle to shed their “Flash” skins and claim open-ness, Lectora quietly embraced “open” from the get-go. Lectora was designed to be flexible, and in essence, was an HTML and HTML5 code generator. In Lectora® Inspire 12.1, Lectora improves upon the PowerPoint experience and goes way beyond in many ways.

LIVE BLOG - Craig Weiss 'eLearning 2020' Seminar

Unicorn Training

If want to do something with 30 slides is that really going to work on a phone? 1) Tools people have used - pros and cons Articulate, Storyline, Lectora and Captivate limited in personality, scenario-based case studies, not rich learning. Focus questions (as voted for by delegates around the table): 4) Tin Can Replacement for SCORM/AICC. What have they done within the 'big four' parameters of SCORM/AICC.