Posts by Trivantis

Trivantis Releases Lectora Online 4.1 and Lectora Desktop 17.1 Featuring Access to Stock Assets and New Integrations

(New versions of Lectora Inspire and Lectora Online significantly improve content management and speed up course development by integrating a stock asset library and asset management platform directly in the product.) DEERFIELD BEACH, Florida – January 4, 2018 – Trivantis®, makers of Lectora® and ReviewLink™, just released Lectora Online 4.1, the latest version of its…

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The Best of eLearning in July 2017

The Best of eLearning in July

July has had us all cranking up the a/c here at the Trivantis® HQ! Hope all our readers are staying cool too. We unveiled some new user-friendly updates in the Trivantis Community, and we’re hard at work on continuous improvements to your favorite eLearning tools. Here are a few articles we found inspiring this month:…

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LUC 2017 Recap: Got Accessibility? Accessibility Tips and Tricks in Lectora Inspire and Lectora Online

LUC 2017 Session Recap

The breakout session “Got Accessibility? Accessibility Tips and Tricks in Lectora® Inspire and Lectora Online” was a joint presentation at the 2017 Lectora User Conference. Karen Ngowe, Senior Instructional Technologist at the CDC, teamed up with Dan Richards, Chief Learning Strategy Officer at Interactive Advantage. Together, Karen and Dan shared a ton of helpful accessibility…

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25 eLearning and L&D Thought Leaders to Watch in 2017

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Below are 25 thought leaders in the eLearning industry that we’re following right now. Note: these are organized in alphabetical order by last name. John Blackmon – Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Trivantis®, John also shares the latest eLearning trends and technology in webinars and whitepapers. He recently launched a new blog series for…

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Thursday Tip: Getting Started With Lectora

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So you just got approval to purchase Lectora® or Lectora Online, and you can’t wait to dive in and get started. We can’t wait either—that’s why we’ve created some helpful resources to kick-start your Lectora development! Live Demos Watch a Trivantis® expert explain Lectora or Lectora Online like you’ve never seen it before.  You’ll learn:…

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LUC 2017 Recap: Designing a Responsive Lectora Template for Huntington Bank

LUC 2017 Session Recap

Attendees at the 2017 Lectora® User Conference got to see how Huntington Bank created a responsive Lectora template. Breakout session presenters Randy Meredith and Jay Russo created the responsive template after they were tasked with converting Huntington Bank desktop training to mobile in a short amount of time. Requirements at Huntington Bank included the following: they…

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LUC 2017 Recap: Everything I Need to Know I Learned From Gaming

LUC 2017 Session Recap

“Everything I Need to Know I Learned From Gaming” was a packed breakout session at the 2017 Lectora® User Conference. In this session, presented by Andy Lockwood of Auto-Owners Insurance, LUC 2017 attendees learned tons of gaming-inspired tips for their eLearning development. Above: Packed breakout session presented by Andy Lockwood, Auto-Owners Insurance.  One topic Andy discussed…

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The Best of eLearning in June 2017

The Best of eLearning in June

In the past 30 days, we’re rolled out updates to Lectora® desktop, Lectora Online, and ReviewLink™. It’s been pretty busy over here at Trivantis® HQ. But not so busy we couldn’t gather up our favorite eLearning news and articles for you! Using Thumbnail Sketches In eLearning Design Connie Malamed, the eLearning Coach, shared one of…

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Why Performance Support: 4 Observations About How People Learn

Modern learning must keep up with current and ever-changing learning habits. In addition to traditional eLearning courses, organizations are incorporating nontraditional learning—like performance support, mobile, and more. Performance support especially is a valuable way to provide employees with the information they need in the time of need. Take a look at 4 observations that Jane…

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