How to Build a Flexible Template in Lectora That Anyone Can Use

Mike Schiller - Advance Digital

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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Time: 2:45 - 3:55

How to Build a Flexible Template in Lectora That Anyone Can Use

Mike Schiller is a Senior Training Manager for Advance Digital with roughly two years of experience using Lectora Inspire. In addition to conducting technical training sessions for sales support teams at websites and newspapers across the country, he manages Advance Digital's learning management system and helps oversee all in-house e-learning development. This is his third Lectora User Conference, but his first time presenting.

 

Breakout Session: How to Build a Flexible Template in Lectora That Anyone Can Use

Learn how to create an e-­learning template that’s flexible enough to satisfy the various training/branding needs of your organization, but still simple to use and customize. We’ll use variables to enable template flexibility; make it simple to set those variable values using action groups; tie automated gamification to quiz scores; and bake page templates and style elements into our template to ensure stylistic continuity across all content developed.

Megan Gesing - Advance Digital

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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Time: 2:45 - 3:55

How to Build a Flexible Template in Lectora That Anyone Can Us

Megan Gesing is the Instructional Design Manager with Advance Digital. She's an Instructional Designer and eLearning Developer with 9 years experience in a variety of fields. She's proud to say that she's been using Lectora since her very first eLearning course.

 

Breakout Session: How to Build a Flexible Template in Lectora That Anyone Can Use

Learn how to create an e-­learning template that’s flexible enough to satisfy the various training/branding needs of your organization, but still simple to use and customize. We’ll use variables to enable template flexibility; make it simple to set those variable values using action groups; tie automated gamification to quiz scores; and bake page templates and style elements into our template to ensure stylistic continuity across all content developed.