3 Rockin’ Lectora Layout Templates

eLearning Brothers

Deep in the archives of our Lectora Template Library are some hidden gems that might elude the casual browser. For your consideration, here are three Lectora layout templates that are excellent candidates for your next project. Our Phone layout allows learners to view the text and images in your course by emulating a format that they interact with on a daily basis. The post 3 Rockin’ Lectora Layout Templates appeared first on eLearning Brothers.

Free Lectora Game Template

eLearning Brothers

Looking for a Free Game Template for Lectora? Team this template up with the power of Lectora and make eLearning awesomeness for your learners. Free Lectora Game Template. Free Game Template for Lectora. Video on How to Use the Lectora Game Templates. We held a Lectora webinar recently and recorded it. The post Free Lectora Game Template appeared first on eLearning Brothers. Then you have come to the right place.

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Lectora Resource Roundup

Integrated Learnings

We use Lectora a good bit for eLearning development. If you're working with Lectora and need some assistance, here’s a list of helpful resources available online. Lectora University : Trivantis’s own collection of helpful resources including recordings of all past “Inspiration Wednesdays” webinars and downloadable course examples. Lectora Community Forum : A great place to ask questions and find answers to Lectora related questions. A Few Lectora Tips.

This Lectora Template Style Is Totally Rad

eLearning Brothers

The 80s Neon Style is the newest one of our Template Styles to hit the Lectora Template Library. I personally love this Lectora Template Style—the colors, the fun fonts, it’s just all totally rad. 80s Neon is definitely where it’s at if you want to give your learners something unexpected to feast their eyes on. This Lectora Template Style offers: 10 Click to Reveals. See the drag and drop and the email scenario in action in the Lectora Template Library.

Lectora Templates on “Paper”-view

eLearning Brothers

In salute to that invention that precipitated our era of modern thought and innovation, today we’d like to feature some beautiful Lectora templates that showcase the simple charm of a substance so lovely, we devote our first wedding anniversaries to it. Send your learners on a great adventure and allow them to gaze at this, the most coveted of ancient papers: a treasure map ! The post Lectora Templates on “Paper”-view appeared first on eLearning Brothers.

Lectora Games with Class

eLearning Brothers

One of the best ways an instructor can get a large group of learners engaged and interested in the material is to offer an activity that the entire class can participate in. Today, we wanted to give a little taste of some of our best Lectora game templates that are fun for the whole class. It’s great for introducing a new concept and getting the learners’ feet wet. Trivia allows the learners apply their new knowledge in a friendly, yet flashy, way.

Shaping Up: Geometric Lectora Templates

eLearning Brothers

Today we’re taking a look at a handful of Lectora templates that showcase basic geometry and come through with stunning design. By clicking one of these people and their respective circles, learners are given a closer look at the person in question, along with a brief bio. Alternatively, you can remove people altogether and replace them with graphics of tools learners will use on the job, or even abstract concepts with accompanying illustrations.

3 Scholarly Lectora Conversation Scenarios

eLearning Brothers

” As the fall semester winds to a close at many institutions of higher learning, we’re honoring students with a few Lectora conversation scenarios that feature them in prominent roles. Use this template as an important juncture in your next course, and allow learners to find their own path to knowledge. Learners can help him navigate the conversation as successfully as possible. These templates and more are available in our library of Lectora scenario templates.

4 Novelty Themes for Lectora

eLearning Brothers

Training is more likely to stick in the learner’s brain if they can tie it to some kind of memorable experience, and a novel theme will differentiate itself from the pack enough to do just that. Learners will always crave something new and unique, so why not give them something to write home about? These themes for Lectora will fit the bill. Experience the fun of Las Vegas in one Lectora template. For each question, the learner will be given a card.

A Knockout Year for Lectora

eLearning Brothers

It was a pretty big year for Lectora. At the beginning of 2013, we were graced with Lectora 11, or—more properly—Lectora Inspire version 11. Rounding out this brilliant new Lectora 11 were new versions of Flypaper, Camtasia, and SnagIt. After a few months, we got Tin Can (a successor to SCORM) support in Lectora’s 11.1 update, followed by the ability to publish to Lectora Express LMS in Lectora 11.2. In Lectora 11.3,

Lectora Layouts Rich With the Luck of the Irish

eLearning Brothers

Saint Patrick’s Day is approaching and that means it’s time to infuse your Lectora eLearning layouts with Irish charm—and maybe a pot of gold at the end. This template gives you the opportunity to provide that information and verify if the learner would like to continue with the current course of action. You can copy and paste any of the layouts into an existing Lectora project. Go on and get your Irish on with these Lectora layouts.

Lectora Templates Imitating Life

eLearning Brothers

Regardless of your position on the question, we’d like to share with you a few Lectora templates that do their best to imitate life, providing familiar real-world situations to help engage learners in the material. The Flash Card template allows learners to take that experience into the digital realm. Learners are sure to “like” it. The post Lectora Templates Imitating Life appeared first on eLearning Brothers.

3 Fresh ‘New Stone’ Templates for Lectora

eLearning Brothers

Today we’re featuring three new templates in the New Stone theme for Lectora. Simple Interaction works brilliantly for a quick slideshow of information to get your learners interested in the material or bridge from one section to the next, as it allows for a convenient surface-level examination of the material. To find these and other stellar New Stone templates for Lectora, take a peek at our Lectora Template Library today!

Bundle Up in Argyle with Lectora Templates

eLearning Brothers

Working well for both sweaters and socks, it just so happens that Argyle also has a place in our Lectora eLearning catalog. A conversational scenario is useful to run your learners through a real world situation with safe failure conditions. style game is a unique way to quiz one or more learners at once, or give a general wrap-up of the material. To find these and other great Lectora templates, check out our Template Library today!

5 Ways Lectora Can Help in Dealing with Distracted Learners

CommLab India

This blog highlights ways in which Lectora can help training managers roll out e-learning courses that capture the attention of distracted learners. Learning Technology Lectora Inspire

5 Real World Lectora Scenarios

eLearning Brothers

But every once in a while, it’s expedient to consider taking your scenarios outside the workplace to “the real world” to allow your learners to engage with the material on a different level aside from a strictly professional one. Today we’d like to suggest a handful of great Lectora scenario templates that you can use to add a dose of everyday life to your eLearning. The post 5 Real World Lectora Scenarios appeared first on eLearning Brothers.

Spring has Sprung: 4 Flourishing Lectora Templates

eLearning Brothers

To celebrate the beauty of spring, have a look at our collection of spring-influenced templates in our Lectora templates library. Aside from having a playful pastel color scheme, Interactive Pyramid allows learners to view a cursory introduction of up to four related topics. Sometimes a simple multiple choice quiz just won’t cut it, and you need to ask a little more effort from your learners. With spring in full swing, we look outdoors to the welcome renewal of nature.

8 Editing Techniques for Great Images in Lectora

eLearning Brothers

Adding an image to your course increases the value to learners if done right. Lectora introduced some new image editing features with Version 12 which can save time and money. You can either import an image from your local computer, drag an image from your desktop to the working area in Lectora or choose an image from the stock library. Psst: Lectora supports.bmp,jpeg,png,tif,wmf and.emf file extensions). Don’t forget come back and check out future Lectora tips!

Lectora User Conference Sessions You Should Attend This Year – #LUC2015

eLearning Brothers

The 2015 Lectora User Conference is just around the corner, and so far the upcoming sessions look very impressive. Before you start deciding which Lectora User Conference Sessions to go to, there are two sessions by Adam Leibler I strongly suggest you attend this year. Adam is a Lectora expert and you won’t regret attending, especially, if you are interested in mobile learning or making great 508 courses.

Ah, Wilderness: Outdoorsy Lectora Templates

eLearning Brothers

In the spirit of reconnecting with Mother Nature, today we’d like to feature a few of our favorite Lectora templates that showcase the beauty of the wilderness or otherwise incorporate rugged and outdoorsy elements. This HTML5-based game allows learners to “fish” for questions with a unique method of selection. That is, until the learner clicks in front of a fish to cast a line.

Choosing Your Lectora Scenarios Wisely

eLearning Brothers

We’ve chosen to highlight these four Lectora scenario templates that can help shape your next training course down the right path! This news bulletin just in: telling a story can be a great way to have your learners synthesize a concept! Conference Room 02 is just one of many options you can use to place your learners in that face to face situation. The post Choosing Your Lectora Scenarios Wisely appeared first on eLearning Brothers.

eLBX Online Day 19 – Mobile Development in Lectora

eLearning Brothers

How can you know what your course will look like on a phone, tablet, and desktop, and how do you ensure your learners have an effective learning experience on every platform? The answer is Lectora Inspire 18. In this webinar, developer Andrew Vass demonstrated Lectora’s Responsive Course Design feature and showed the process used by eLearning Brothers to create templates that can be customized for optimal viewing on multiple devices and browser sizes.

Building a Better Next Button in Lectora

eLearning Brothers

As an instructional designer, they are the bane of my existence; it’s an immediate, obvious reminder to the learner that they are in an eLearning environment. Your average next button in Lectora has just one simple action: OnMouseClick, GoTo, Next Page. Now we need to tell Lectora what to do if these conditions are NOT met, so we’ll set an Else action. Actions are run from top to bottom in Lectora, so let’s make sure ours are in the right order.

Speak Up with Lectora Conversational Scenarios

eLearning Brothers

Today, we’re featuring a few conversational scenario templates for Lectora that are sure to give voice to your training topics. For a convincing story, use our Call Center template to create a branching scenario where the learner must answer queries from a caller appropriately to make sure the call is handled professionally. The post Speak Up with Lectora Conversational Scenarios appeared first on eLearning Brothers.

Ace Your Race with Lectora Inspire to Reach Multilingual Learners

CommLab India

With Lectora Inspire it is easy to adapt or translate the course that you have created. Learning Technology Lectora InspireDo you have a remote, multilingual workforce that needs access to your eLearning content? Follow the five steps for a simple and effortless process.

Accessibility: How to Order Title Objects in Lectora

Trivantis

When you are building an eLearning course, you will want to ensure that all learners—including those with visual impairments—are able to take your course. In many cases, a learner is using a screen reader software like JAWS, so in order to develop an accessible Web eLearning course, the order of the objects placed on a web page needs to be read in a logical order by the screen reader software. The post Accessibility: How to Order Title Objects in Lectora appeared first on.

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Incorporating the Learner’s Name into your Lectora Course

Integrated Learnings

Unlocking the Power of Lectora Variables, Part 2. In an earlier post on this blog , we walked through using a Lectora variable to control page navigation in your eLearning course. In this post, we'll look at using the learner’s name in your course content. Including the learner’s name in your Lectora course can take many forms, such as 'Welcome to computer skills training, John.'. Add a text box to the page where you want to display the learner’s name.

Lectora Conversation Scenarios Around the Water Cooler

eLearning Brothers

Our Lectora template library is bursting at the seams with conversational scenarios: a branching scenario in which two or more characters interact, guided by the learner’s conversational choices.Those who purchase Lectora Inspire also get in-app access to our Lectora templates. Especially in training situations, they’re a good way to simulate a real life situation that the learner might encounter in real life, and test their readiness.

Lectora Template Gold at the End of the Rainbow

eLearning Brothers

Patrick’s Day, today we’re featuring 6 Lectora templates that prominently feature one of each color on the rainbow. With a deep, regal purple, Vibe allows for a relaxed mood while the learner reads through the individual tabs. The rippling texture of the background is reminiscent of rolling water or flowing fabric, giving the learner the ultimate visual sense of luxury. With St.

The Definition of Great Lectora Templates

eLearning Brothers

The eLearning industry is all about finding more effective ways to train and educate learners. The capabilities of Lectora as an authoring tool have allowed us to make some really cool templates that do just that. Use this alphabetized click-and-reveal module to explain any and all terms that might confuse the learner. Perhaps I should have saved that comparison for this Lectora game template, patterned after the show’s premise.

The Newly Released Lectora Crossword Puzzle Game

eLearning Brothers

This popular crossword puzzle game made its debut into our Lectora templates recently and we think you’re totally going to want to make “a descending duplication” of it! The answers are arranged on a 12×12 board to the left, which is completely customizable to match the terms and phrases you need your learners to understand. Lectora users can down the template right now through their software as a part of their purchase of Lectora Inspire.

Using a Lectora Drag and Drop to Think Outside the Box

eLearning Brothers

One of the advantages of Lectora, in my opinion, is that you can tackle any task numerous ways. Lectora gives you ample opportunity do this. Recently I developed a Lectora interaction utilizing the “ Drag and Drop ” question. Using the Lectora Drag and Drop question functionality gave me some unique opportunities to approach a typical “Click to Reveal” interaction differently. eLearning Interactions Lectora Resources lectora Lectora Interaction

Creating a Smart Next Button in Lectora

Integrated Learnings

In this post we take a look at how to make a next button that can be reused on all pages of a project.even if you want the learner to return to the main menu after each chapter. We'll look at a course built in Lectora that has a main menu and several chapters. I want the learner to return to the main menu after each chapter so I can give them some nice updates on their course progress and allow them to choose where to go next. by Jonathan Shoaf.

Lectora Interactions to Add to Your Tab

eLearning Brothers

Having a wealth of tabbed Lectora interactions in our template library alone, we’d like to show off a few of our favorites. When clicked, the yellow rectangle encasing the tab title will retract as the title itself turns form white to yellow, differentiating the clicked state to provide context for the learner. In this template, the list is represented by a circle of numbered wedges, cluing the learner into the process’s cyclical nature. .

Win Big with Lectora Game Show Templates

eLearning Brothers

Our popular Game Show template has received a makeover for Lectora! As always, learners select a point value from a category of their choice, answering multiple choice, multiple response, and true/false questions. For every correct answer, learners earn the corresponding amount of points and that value will be colored green. Game Show can be used by individual learners as a self-contained module but is also popular as a large-group classroom game.

What to Do With the Longest Days of the Year? Download Lectora Templates, Of Course!

eLearning Brothers

” To that, I simply answer with the obvious, “Download as many Lectora Templates as you can get your hands on, my friend!” ” Make the most of your Solstice, and try one of these beautiful Lectora Templates today! This Text Entry template , starring cutout character Angela , allows learners to really think about the question at hand and write down their own personalized answer for an instructor to look over afterward.

Keeping Tabs on Lectora Interaction Templates

eLearning Brothers

In a show of beautiful design, we have a large number of templates—especially for Lectora—that make use of digital tabs which allow you to turn one module into many different slides. These tabbed interactions are major space savers and allow the learner to explore a wide swath of information while technically staying on the same page. Do you have an illustration or module that needs to stay in view while learners scroll through a few subtopics?