Are you interested in making your training presentations more engaging and interactive? Join Adam Cain’s session on May 23rd at the Lectora User Conference to learn how to make your presentation more hands on and meaningful to your learners.
Interactive Page Ideas, Wednesday, May 23, 2012 10:30-11:45a.m
In Adam’s hands-on computer lab session, you’ll learn how to create engaging and interactive presentations. By contrasting plain text content with interactive features, the benefits of using variables, buttons, and more in your modules will be crystal clear. Save time and learn how to save your new interactive pages to the library for use in future modules.
Adam is the e-Learning Manager at Bayer Corporation with over four years of experience designing and developing web based training using Lectora. Currently, Adam utilizes Lectora Inspire to create new training courses on a weekly basis.
Throughout his 11-year tenure at Bayer Corporation, Adam has worked in various training roles utilizing Lectora tools on a daily basis. He also served in the Army Reserves for 13 years as a lab technician. He received an Associates degree from George Washington University as a medical lab technician and his Bachelor of Arts in Management at Saint Mary’s College in California.
Why You Should Attend
Attendees of Adam’s session will walk away with creative and innovative techniques to make presentation content more interactive using variables, invisible buttons, visible buttons, questions, interactions, media and more. Each participant will receive a Lectora file filled with interactive page ideas to reference and to use and build on for the future.
The annual Lectora User Conference, held May 22 – 24, is quickly approaching. Check out the full conference schedule, and learn more about the jam-packed agenda on the Lectora User Conference website. The first 500 attendees to register will receive a complimentaryLectora User Conference Appreciation Pack, filled with more than $800 worth of e-Learning goodies – so register today. We hope you’ll join us in Chicago!