6 Tips to Use Your Personal Interests and Experiences in e-Learning Course Design


To create truly remarkable e-Learning courses that emotionally connect with your learners and help to relate to the subject matter, it’s often beneficial to incorporate your personal interests and experiences in e-Learning course design. In this article, I’ll discuss the many ways that you can take full advantage of the information you have already gathered…

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Trivantis Talks Learning Solutions 2015 – A Recap


The Trivantis team had a great time exhibiting and presenting at this year’s Learning Solutions Conference and Expo. Our developers, trainers, sales representatives and product managers all came to sunny Orlando to spend time talking about e-Learning, gamification, mobile development and more. If you weren’t lucky enough to attend, here’s what you missed. On Wednesday,…

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Animate Yourself and Win at the LUC 2015


In addition to all the great educational breakout sessions at the 2015 Lectora® User Conference, we wanted to make sure there’s time for some fun and games. So we planned two awesome parties for you, and then our friends at GoAnimate had a great idea—a contest! Want to win a free one-year subscription to GoAnimate’s…

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Version Control in Lectora Online


Version Control in Lectora® Online cloud authoring tool allows multiple members of a team to work on the same title at the same time—all without overwriting each other’s changes. Versioning is made possible through the Check Out and Check In process. Checking Out When you’re working on a shared title, you’ll need to check out…

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Nashville Notes: Cool Lectora Tips at the LUC 2015


At Trivantis, we wait all year to see the cool things that our users are doing with Lectora® e-Learning software at the annual Lectora User Conference. This year is no exception; the LUC 2015 schedule is packed with new ideas and tips for using our favorite authoring tool to create engaging online training.    Check…

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Nashville Notes: The Power of Lectora at the LUC 2015


In this “Nashville Notes” post, I’m highlighting breakout sessions at the 2015 Lectora® User Conference that demonstrate the incredible power of Lectora. Whether you’re a beginner or a long-time Lectora pro, you’ll find endless creative possibilities with this authoring tool.  These are just a few of the conference sessions focusing on the power of Lectora:…

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Why Cats Are the Best e-Learners


Today I want to draw attention to a little-known fact of the e-Learning world. Cats are the best e-Learners. There, I said it. I know, what about your bright new trainee from that great university or your ultra-dedicated team leader? Nope. Cats are the best. Here’s why: 1. They’re well rested, so you know they…

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Can an Instructional Design Degree Help You Get a Job?


To get an Instructional Design degree or not to get; that’s the question. In this article I’ll explore both sides of the argument to help you determine if an Instructional Design degree is right for you. How useful is an Instructional Design degree? It’s the age-old question that virtually every instructional designer has asked at one time…

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