eLearning Holiday Gift Guide 2017 Edition

Stumped on what to get the eLearning developer in your life? Holiday gift buying doesn’t need to be stressful! You could go the tried and true Starbucks gift card route, or you could really show your favorite eLearning pro how much you care with these great gift ideas. STEAL (< $100) A good read—preferably in…

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The Best of eLearning in November 2016

Best of November eLearning

November was a busy and exciting month for the Trivantis® team! We made some big announcements and traveled to some top industry conferences, like I4PL in Toronto, Canada, and DevLearn 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. What were those announcements? I’m glad you asked. Lectora 17 Previewed at DevLearn 2016 Conference & Expo A new version…

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Lectora Online: Cloud-based Authoring for Docebo Customers

What happens when the authoring tool Lectora® Online and Docebo’s learning management system are integrated via xAPI? Publishing is simplified, so Docebo’s customers can save time. In addition, they have the opportunity for powerful reporting using xAPI. Let’s talk about xAPI for a minute. The xAPI standard (you may have heard it called The Experience…

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SCORM 101 and a Lectora How-To

One of the first things I remember Googling after my first encounter with eLearning was SCORM. It was this foreign word that had no meaning to me at the time. How quickly that has changed! This article will take a look at what SCORM is and how it applies to eLearning created in Lectora® and…

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Thursday’s Trending eLearning Topic: Accessibility

Let’s talk Section 508 and WCAG 2.0 standards. Even if your eLearning isn’t required to comply with these specific guidelines, accessibility is an important topic. Plus, as Learning Solutions Magazine writer Pamela Hogle points out in a recent article, accessibility can make the learning experience better for everyone; for example, people who wear glasses shouldn’t…

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Q&A: Using the Flexibility of Lectora for Language Learning

Here at Trivantis®, we love hearing and sharing what our customers are doing with Lectora®. Andrew Lian has been teaching languages since 1971—and he was one of the pioneers of technology-enhanced language learning. Now, Andrew uses Lectora for language learning and loves the flexibility to get creative with JavaScript and HTML extensions: “…The strength of…

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Breaking Down My Entry for Trivantis Community Contest 15

Do you ever struggle with creating a course? All that planning, developing, reviewing, and testing might seem overwhelming, especially if you’re new to the program you’re developing in or trying to create a sample on the fly. Don’t worry! With the Trivantis® Community Contests, it’s easy. We provide you with a basis to develop from,…

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LUC 2017: What Are Lightning Talks?

You may have heard the exciting news that the 2017 Lectora® User Conference is going to include lightning talks. You may also be wondering: “What are lightning talks?” Lightning talks do not involve a talking lightning bolt, or Harry Potter, or any sort of extreme weather phenomenon. I’m sorry. You are at the wrong conference…

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The Best of eLearning in October 2016

October was packed with exciting events. 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). Here are a few of the October eLearning highlights from Trivantis and around the web: A…

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Tuesday Tip: Use Progressive Reveal to Direct Attention

Today’s tip is a simple way to make your eLearning more engaging and effective. Let’s say you need a quick way to focus learners’ attention, such as when you want them to focus on an individual step in a process. In a recent Trivantis® webinar, Diane Elkins, Founder of Artisan E-Learning and co-author of the popular…

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