Webinar: 5 Lectora Tips You’ll Love

eLearning Brothers

Our developer Andrew Vass was joined by a bunch of you awesome eLearning rockstars for his Lectora tips webinar. Andrew walked through 5 of his top tips for Lectora development, including: Working with Notes. Andrew also mentioned a few Lectora resources we have on our site.

24 New Lectora Online Support Videos You Should Watch

eLearning Brothers

We just added 24 new videos with short, step-by-step instructions for editing and adding to your courses in Lectora Online. These videos use our Customizable Courseware lessons as examples, but they’re also a great way to get familiar with using Lectora Online for any eLearning project.

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Free Download: Lectora Interaction

Trivantis

Need to create a scenario in your Lectora® eLearning course? The post Free Download: Lectora Interaction appeared first on Trivantis e-Learning. The Trivantis Team is here to help!

Lectora Basics: About Question Variables

Trivantis

Quite often, we get questions from our Lectora® users wondering how they can provide some kind of customized behavior based on a learner’s response to a question, such as showing a checkmark or an X next to each option of a drag and drop or matching question. Blog How-to Lectora Basics

Lectora Basics: What Is a Variable?

Trivantis

Are you a Lectora® user who cringes at the mere mention of the word “variable?” So I thought I’d begin this blog series with a topic that isn’t even specific to Lectora. JavaScript is the programming language underlying the functionality of what Lectora produces.

Lectora Basics: Using User-Defined Variables

Trivantis

Lectora® eLearning software provides a ton of useful variables for you to use automatically, but the Lectora programmers can’t possibly anticipate everything you might ever want to create. Making your own variables in Lectora is super easy. Download Lectora Desktop Version.

Free Download: Lectora Puzzle Interaction

Trivantis

Add these drag and drop puzzle interactions to your Lectora® eLearning course, and turn new content into an engaging puzzle! The post Free Download: Lectora Puzzle Interaction appeared first on. Need an engaging way to introduce new content to your learners?

Why you should use Lectora to create Branching Scenarios for your e-learning

CommLab India

If you want to know more about Branching Scenarios, Cathy Moore has written an excellent article which you can access here. So why choose Lectora Inspire? Lectora is a great tool for creating branching scenarios. But in Lectora Inspire, these are much more exposed.

LUC 2016 Recap: Lectora Inspire Power Tools

Trivantis

At this year’s Lectora® User Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Leslie Fisher, MS Administrator and Staff Development for the Kansas Department of Transportation, talked about the bright idea of using Inspire tools. Thanks for a great session on the Lectora Inspire tools, Leslie!

How to Style Entry Fields in Lectora Using CSS

Trivantis

Lectora® does not provide a style menu for this object, so at first it seems we can only adjust its size and background color, but is that really all? As a web designer, one of the greatest strengths I see in Lectora is its extensibility. Add an Entry Field to a Lectora project.

Webinar: Implementing eLearning Video – Lectora Edition

eLearning Brothers

Last week we had a great webinar about getting your eLearning video into your Lectora project. For the Lectora focused portion we brought on Bill Milstid, our Senior Developer and Designer, who showed how easy it is to place a movie into your project in Lectora.

“E-Learning for All” — A TD Magazine Article

The Learning Dispatch

Download “E-Learning for All” As a Learning Dispatch reader, you may download a copy of Kevin’s TD article, “E-Learning for All,” excerpted from the print publication, for free. Creating Accessible Elearning with Lectora , Jillian McCarthy.

Translating Content in Lectora: Tools and Publishing Features

Trivantis

With Lectora® e-Learning software ’s Translation Tool and Multi-language Publishing option, translating content for different languages is a straight-forward and time-saving process. The Translation Tool in Lectora will extract the text in your title to an RTF (rich text format file).

Top 10 Features Of Trivantis Lectora Inspire 17 For Responsive eLearning Development

eLearning Industry

Today, Trivantis Lectora Inspire 17 is one of the leading authoring tools used for responsive eLearning development. In this article, I pick its top 10 features and show you how you can further enhance its capability with customization.

Lectora Inspire v.11: Demo Webinar February 27 by News Editor

Learning Solutions Magazine

Trivantis recently released the biggest upgrade in the history of Lectora, with a completely new. Get a firsthand demonstration of Lectora V11 today! article. interface and 112 new features. Details in this. Design & Development Tools Development Strategies

Updates to eLearning Brothers Assets in Lectora Inspire

Trivantis

At eLearning Brothers, we’re constantly on the lookout for ways that we can improve your experience with our included Lectora® Inspire assets and tools. Keep an eye out for more great articles! The post Updates to eLearning Brothers Assets in Lectora Inspire appeared first on.

Creating Accessible E-Learning with Lectora

The Learning Dispatch

Lectora is a rapid development tool that makes it possible for developers and non-developers alike to produce eLearning. The creators of Lectora market it as having the ability to generate 508 compliant courses. I am going to help you get started on your plan and share with you five important elements for designing a course in Lectora that is accessible to learners with a visual impairment.

How Auto-Owners Insurance Made Insurance Training Interactive and Efficient With Lectora

Trivantis

Recently, I had the pleasure of chatting with Andy Lockwood—a Training Coordinator and the Instructional Developer for the Claims Education and Training department—about how he used Lectora® to take training that once took 3 full days to complete and streamline it to only 60 minutes seat time.

Using jQuery and Lectora to Customize Your e-Learning Courses: Part 4

Trivantis

This is the fourth and final part of my jQuery in Lectora® series, so we are going to build something exciting and learn something rather complex. We already have jQuery, so we don’t need to add any more scripts, so let’s get to editing the Lectora page.

Branch Out with 2017’s Top Branching Scenarios

eLearning Brothers

Our most downloaded scenario for Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, and Lectora was… “Lobby/Lobby Conversational” Scenario. Download for Lectora. Our eLearning blog is chock full of articles to help you craft meaningful, engaging scripts for your scenarios.

Effective Storyboarding

Integrated Learnings

I recently attended a webinar presented by Trivantis, the company that owns the eLearning development software Lectora , on effective storyboarding. In this article, I intend to share some of the highlights of that webinar. However, if you want to build your storyboard or your course directly in Lectora, you can use the Notes function to place notes on each page. By Dean Hawkinson.

Using Video in eLearning

Integrated Learnings

For this article, I would like to focus on video in an eLearning course. Where to house the video – Software such as Lectora allows you to imbed your videos directly in the course itself. Using the.FLV video format works best with Lectora but you will need to consider your authoring tool and delivery method to determine the best format to use. by Dean Hawkinson One of the growing trends in eLearning and mLearning these days is the use of video.

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Why Disinheritance Could Save Your eLearning

Trivantis

Not so easy to do with humans, but very easy to do with Lectora titles! Inheritance is one of the most powerful features of Lectora. There are some differences in the way the panel looks between Lectora Desktop and Lectora ® Online, but the functionality is the same.

Thursday’s Trending eLearning Topic: Variables

Trivantis

We had a user tweet at Lectora recently, asking how he could become better at using variables. This is one of the biggest questions we get from new Lectora® users, so for this month’s Thursday’s Trending Topic, I’m pulling together a bunch of variable resources for you.

An Overview of HTML5

Integrated Learnings

HTML5 tries to improve this by adding new structural tags such as sections, articles, asides, navigation areas, header groups, headers, and footers. HTML5 favors tools like Lectora that are currently HTML-based. Lectora Captivate HTML5 Articulate Flash Appleby Jonathan Shoaf. Apple's recent refusal to support Flash is the latest of many headaches web developers have had to endure as the web has matured but standards have been slow to respond.

The Best of eLearning in May 2015

Trivantis

Trivantis is full of excitement this month with our new community , the 2015 Lectora® User Conference, and eLearning Brothers integration with Lectora Inspire. The articles we picked for you this month include eLearning games, microlearning, how-to tips for Lectora® Inspire 12.1,

The Best of eLearning in October 2016

Trivantis

We released Lectora® Online 3.2, started a new contest in the Trivantis® Community, announced pre-conference training, plus shared the awesome eLearning some of our customers are creating with Lectora’s Responsive Course Design™ (RCD). This nice review of Lectora Online 3.2

The Best of e-Learning in March 2015

Trivantis

Tip: Lectora Extensions with Custom JavaScript (You Can Do It!). Lectora® user Becky Goldberg explains how to use custom JavaScript in Lectora in this Learning Solutions Magazine article. Welcome Reception at the 2015 Lectora User Conference.

The Best of e-Learning in January 2015

Trivantis

Happy 2015… Let’s celebrate with our favorite 10 articles from January of this new year. This month, the topics range from mobile learning and tips for the upcoming year to Lectora how-to tutorials and even a free game template. Free Lectora Game Template.

Staying Relevant in E-Learning in 2014

E-learning Uncovered

Lectora User’s Conference : March 31 – April 4, 2014, Los Angeles, CA. And we’re now offering free webinars, starting with a comparison of e-learning authoring tools on January 31 from 12pm to 1pm EST. The Articulate , Adobe , and Lectora websites are also good resources when looking for training on authoring tools. Although the Lectora forum and the Captivate forum do not have quite as many contributors, you will find quality information on each of these, too.

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Thursday’s Trending eLearning Topic: Responsive Design

Trivantis

Then you’ll definitely want to look into Responsive Course Design™ (RCD) in Lectora® authoring tools—if you haven’t already. Articles on RCD: Best Practices for Responsive Course Design (RCD) in the Trivantis Community. Lectora Live 17: RCD and John Blackmon.

The Best of e-Learning in February 2015

Trivantis

Chase away those winter blues with the best e-Learning articles of the month. We find ourselves in a convergence of technological, cultural and workplace transformations—a perfect storm,” says Connie Malamed in this article. Browser Detection with Lectora.

The Best of e-Learning in December

Trivantis

Put away that list, definitely don’t check it twice and let yourself curl up by the fire with THIS list—the top 10 e-Learning articles in December. Lectora 12 Just Released—It’s the Best Lectora Yet! Building a Drag and Drop Question in Lectora and Lectora Online.

Why You Need to Sign Up for Video Training Courses

Trivantis

Trivantis recently added another Lectora® training option for our users: video training. You can now purchase on-demand video training courses for Lectora Fundamentals and Lectora Intermediate in the Trivantis shop. What if I’m not totally new to using Lectora?

The Best of e-Learning in September

Trivantis

It’s time to grab a pumpkin spice latte for yourself (and maybe a coworker to avoid any seasonal beverage envy in the office), and check out these 10 articles: . Using jQuery and Lectora to Customize Your e-Learning Courses: Part 1. How to Automate Your User Score Text in Lectora.