The Best of e-Learning in March 2015

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If shamrocks, Learning Solutions 2015 and March Madness have kept you too busy for extra e-Learning research this month, you’re in luck with this post. I collected 10 interesting e-Learning links for you to read. One is even a video! Take a look at the Best of e-Learning in March:

1. Tip: Lectora Extensions with Custom JavaScript (You Can Do It!)

Lectora® user Becky Goldberg explains how to use custom JavaScript in Lectora in this Learning Solutions Magazine article.

2. Welcome Reception at the 2015 Lectora User Conference

The opening “Find the Future” reception is announced for the LUC 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee, April 29 – 30.

3. Lectora Tip: Do You Need to Make Background Changes?

Instructional Designer Jennifer Valley shares a how-to for making background changes in Lectora.

4. Data’s Dirty Secret: Is Your e-Learning Getting Results?

Find out how to tell if your e-Learning is driving business results by improving employee knowledge and performance.

5. Grouping Objects in Lectora

Tara Medeiros explains how to group objects in Lectora to organize your Title Explorer and apply transitions, actions and properties to several objects at once.

6. eLearn Chat : Daryl Fleary on Lectora

Daryl Fleary talks about all things Trivantis on this eLearn Chat video, including Lectora, Lectora® Online, CourseMill® and more.

7. Best Practices In Blended Learning

The eLearning Coach Connie Malamed shares ten strategies to effectively design for a blended learning approach.

8. 3 Secrets to Instructional Design Success

Find out how to succeed at e-Learning course development, whether you have an instructional design degree or not.

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

The eLearning Brothers recommend two sessions at the LUC2015 on mobile learning and making great 508 courses.

10. Nuts and Bolts: The Story in the Slide Deck

In this Learning Solutions Magazine article, Jane Bozarth discusses how to edit e-Learning and find the narrative thread.

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