Lectora User Conference Showcase: Diane Elkins

Session Information:
Rollover, Pop-ups, and Branching Uncovered
Thursday May 24th 2:00-3:15 p.m.

Understanding the basic building blocks in Lectora® e-Learning software is just the first step in creating an interactive e-Learning course. Designing and building your presentation with dynamic content and interactions makes your courses come alive. Join Diane Elkins in her session and learn different ways you can use interactions to make your e-Learning course pop.

Diane Elkins has been in the training and development field for 15 years as a trainer, instructional designer and e‑Learning project manager. As owner of Artisan e-Learning, she helps companies get up and running with e-Learning initiatives, serving clients as diverse as government agencies, non-profits, medium-sized businesses and Fortune 500 corporations.

Diane has taught project management, time management and customer service to thousands of people around the world including groups at Johns Hopkins, Harvard University, the New York Times and Target stores. She also has gained national recognition as a trainer and e-Learning expert, speaking at national conferences, serving as a judge for national e-Learning awards and was named by Training Magazine as one of the Top 10 Young Trainers in the country.

Why You Should Attend:
In this session, attendees will learn how to design, build and troubleshoot core interaction types in Lectora. Diane will present several examples of different ways to use interactions that you may have never thought of before.

The annual Lectora User Conference, held May 22 – 24, starts tomorrow! Take a look at the full conference schedule and learn more about the highly anticipated agenda on theLectora User Conference website.