Come Train With the Experts at the LUC 2016

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Guess what? This could be you, except with beachfront views instead of office walls*:

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Our Lectora® experts will be warming up for the 2016 Lectora User Conference by putting on a whole day of training in Fort Lauderdale. Join us Tuesday, May 17, for optional pre-conference training to kick-start your LUC 2016 experience.

Choose from these 3 classes:

Lectora Inspire Intermediate Training

This class goes above and beyond the basic uses of Lectora, focusing primarily on the use of variables and conditional actions within a title. In this course, you’ll learn how to take your Lectora knowledge to the next level. You’ll use variables to track user interactivity, display both generic and user information, and conditionally branch within a title. Finally, you’ll learn how to publish a title to AICC/SCORM, for use within a learning management system. (Before taking this course, you should be comfortable with creating a course structure, adding content to a title, creating buttons, and have an overall understanding of Lectora’s book metaphor, inheritance, and modes. These concepts are covered in the Lectora Fundamentals training.)

Lectora Extreme/Games Training

Conducted by Daryl Fleary, Lectora/Lectora Online Product Manager, this class focuses on advanced uses of objects, variables, and conditional action groups to create sophisticated eLearning content and games. You will learn how to build on existing knowledge and experience and combine seemingly unrelated functionality in advanced ways, including:

  • Using user-defined variables and random value variables to create complex conditional actions
  • Creating action groups to perform multiple actions and repetitive sequences needed for gaming logic
  • Using non-typical combinations of tests and questions to create instructional review games

Before taking the Lectora Extreme/Games course, you should have a solid understanding of:

  • Actions (e.g., triggers, actions, sequencing, delays)
  • Questions (e.g., choices, properties, point values, feedback)
  • Tests (e.g., test properties, behavior, results)

…and some experience with user-defined variables and conditional actions.

NEW Extending Lectora With Scripting

Conducted by John Blackmon, Trivantis founder and Chief Technology Officer, this class takes you as deep as you want to go with Lectora, integrating Lectora with custom JavaScript, server side scripting, and databases. You’ll learn how to make Lectora do things you never thought possible, from updating course information live from a database, to integrating with custom coded JavaScript interactions and games. (Before taking this course, you should be familiar with JavaScript, and have some exposure to server side scripting and databases.)

Some of these classes aren’t often available, so sign up now to reserve your spot.

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*We’ve actually repainted that wall with whiteboard paint, so if you can’t make it to the LUC 2016 for training, you can always join us for classroom training at our Cincinnati headquarters. We promise it’s tons of fun and incredibly informative, plus you can write on the walls now!