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:

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

We put together a list of 25 thought leaders in the eLearning industry that we’re following right nowThese experts are great resources and inspiration!

7 Easy Steps to Create Accessible Courses with Lectora 17 [Infographic]

Everyone loves a good infographic, and this one from CommLab India is packed with helpful tips for creating accessible content with Lectora®.

A Starter Kit for Instructional Designers

This EdSurge News article is a thoughtfully written post that shares 8 “lessons” for instructional designers just starting out. It’s packed with links to additional resources for anyone wanting to design impactful learning.

Four Essentials for Effective Learning Using Virtual Reality

LUC 2017 keynote speaker Karl Kapp shares some essential elements needed for successful training via virtual reality. These include immersion and situated cognition. Check out the rest in Learning Solutions Magazine.

Responsive Design Tips for eLearning Courses

Adam Cannon from the eLearning Brothers shares some great tips on how to set yourself up for success when creating responsive courses. He recently presented on this subject at the eLearning Guild’s FocusOn Conference!

Stick with us in August for two great webinars—one with Charles Jennings on 70:20:10 and modern learning and one with Daryl Fleary on creating simulations in Lectora—and more great eLearning articles and resources!

 

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