If you’ve been reading the blog the last few weeks, you know Trivantis® has had an exciting December. After a couple of big product releases, the team got to celebrate during our annual holiday party at the Trivantis Headquarters in Cincinnati—where all our dreams of tacos and decorating ninjabread men cookies came true.
Here are a few eLearning highlights from December:
Lectora® 17 makes creating multi-device courses easier than ever with great new features like Seamless Play publish, Auto-play Media on mobile devices, and Anchor Position of objects during scrolling. Plus, Lectora Inspire 17 integrated BranchTrack for easily creating scenario-based eLearning.
- Watch this recorded webinar to see Trivantis Project Manager Daryl Fleary walk through “What’s New in Lectora 17”
- See BranchTrack founder and CEO Sergey Snegirev discuss how and why you should create engaging scenarios and import them into your Lectora content: Branching Scenarios Made Easy With Lectora 17
- In the Lectora Live! 43 episode, Trivantis Community Manager Jennifer Valley talks with Rick Zanotti of RELATE about the new Lectora 17 updates
Lectora Won an Award
Trivantis won a 2016 Brandon Hall Group Silver award for excellence in the Best Advance in Content Authoring Technology! The award was for Trivantis’ Lectora 16 entry on Responsive Course Design™. See all the winners for each category here.
We Started Mission Report: Your LUC 2017 Guide to Cincinnati Series
We’re sharing all our insider tips for things to do and places to eat while you’re in Cincinnati for the 2017 Lectora User Conference. Check out the first installment featuring the downtown hot spots within immediate walking distance of the conference hotel. Coming up next: two buzzing neighborhoods that are a quick ride or slightly longer walk from the hotel.
ReviewLink 3.3 Added New Markup Features
You can draw directly on the pages of your Lectora and Lectora Online titles to add visual comments in ReviewLink™ 3.3. The new page markup tools make it easy to indicate exactly which object you’re commenting on and show desired changes. See the markup features in action in this short ReviewLink Markup video tutorial.
Trivantis Experts Polled for eLearning Tips
The folks over at eLearning Art recently put together a list of tips for creating engaging eLearning and they asked the Trivantis team to share their recommendations. John Blackmon, CTO, and Jennie Valley, Community Manager, are both featured in the final article. Check out their tips here.
We hope you have a wonderful holiday season!