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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 also supports text style sheets like CSS.

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 also supports text style sheets like CSS.

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State of the Authoring Tool Industry

eLearning 24-7

Bewildered on what is happening, why what is needed isn’t appearing as it should, and how is it possible that something so obvious based on where e-learning is heading, mobile is pushing and future tech is inspiring is lost among so many vendors? Confusion leads to flushed in terms of causation that some vendors in their infinite wisdom have decided it is better to jump one way than stay the course. At least SCORM support – Plenty still support AICC.

New E-Learning Rankings: Authoring Tools

eLearning 24-7

Vendors can move up, down or out of the rankings – after all it is on-going. Rankings are based on my directories which are updated monthly; I also keep a separate directory which will contain more vendors than listed within the visible directories – reason being it offers clients (those who hire me – buyers to have an added bonus, of course it contains much more info); that said the monthly directories provide key info and in future updates have new columns added.

eLearning: xAPI is Geek Free and Ready to Go

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Here's a slide I presented at the 2016 ATD ICE conference in Denver.    The "X" in the slide above marks the spot we're in right now: on the left-hand edge of Norming. Adobe Captivate, the DominKnow suite, Lectora, and Articulate Storyline all offer publishing capability for xAPI. Now LMS providers are adding integrated xAPI capability as well, alongside their existing SCORM and AICC support.

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LMS, LCMS, Content Authoring: Exploring eLearning Tools

WBT Systems

A Learning Content Management System (LCMS) typically is an LMS to which the LMS vendor has added an authoring tool. PowerPoint Slide Presentations. Some of the most popular are Adobe Captivate , Articulate Storyline , and Trivantis Lectora. When creating eLearning content using content authoring tools, it is best to ensure you make sure that the LMS supports both SCORM and AICC standards for eLearning content, at a minimum. and the AICC standard is ARG 010.

How to select the right authoring tool

eLearning 24-7

Hierarchy, Slide (view possible) – built around the desire to use the authoring tool itself. You have objects, elements, layers (in many cases) along with an option to go tree or not, with some allowing the “slide” like view too; you can also create a course with PPT slides only, but that is not the ideal target. Your View – Do you want layout, tree, slide or a combo of a few?

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. Couple of LMS vendors coming out with MOOCs as part of platform.