Nashville Notes: The Inaugural CourseMill Day

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Something big is happening in Music City this April 30, 2015. Have you heard the news? It’s the first-ever CourseMill Day—and you’re invited! “What is CourseMill® Day?” you ask. It’s a day full of sessions exclusively about your favorite learning management system, plus your chance to offer your ideas to the CourseMill development team in-person…

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Grouping Objects in Lectora

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Just like my closet before spring cleaning, sometimes the objects in Lectora® e-Learning software’s Title Explorer need a little organization. When you group objects, you combine them, so you can work with them as a single unit. Not only does this better organize your Title Explorer, but it allows you to apply transitions, actions and…

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Nashville Notes: Computer Lab Workshops at the LUC 2015

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In today’s “Nashville Notes” post, we’re talking about a very exciting hands-on experience at the 2015 Lectora® User Conference! This year, we have 3 computer lab workshops planned for you to choose from as part of our breakout sessions. You’ll be able to get on a computer and practice new skills and techniques right there…

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Nashville Notes: Mobile Learning at the LUC 2015

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The possibilities are endless with Lectora—and the session list at the 2015 Lectora® User Conference reflects that. Today, and in more upcoming “Nashville Notes” posts, we’ll be exploring the different topics being covered this April 29 – 30 in Nashville, Tennessee. If you’re interested in mobile learning, you’re in luck this year! These four sessions…

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Working with Inheritance in Lectora

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When developing content in Lectora® and Lectora® Online, one of the biggest timesaving features that the program offers is a concept called inheritance. The scenario in which you’ll realize the greatest benefits from using inheritance is when you have an object or a group of common objects that need to appear on more than one…

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The Best of e-Learning in February 2015

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Ah February… It’s a month full of love, chocolates and—if you live in much of North America—wishing the groundhog had been wrong. Why must he always predict six more weeks of winter? Chase away those winter blues with the best e-Learning articles of the month. And if you live somewhere warm, be thankful! Emerging Roles…

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10 Songs to Get You Ready for Nashville and the LUC 2015

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I used to love making mix CDs and wanted to share some LUC 2015 inspired songs. Since everything is digital now, I made you a playlist to help you get ready for the 2015 Lectora® User Conference in Nashville, Tennessee this April 29 – 30. Crazy Town – Jason Aldean This popular country song is…

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Creating Custom Templates in Lectora

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With Lectora® and Lectora® Online, you can create your own custom templates to reuse and share among colleagues and team members. Templates prevent you from having to start from scratch every time you create a new title. A template can contain as much or as little as you like. Typically, we see templates that include…

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Nashville Notes: Book Your Room Before It’s Gone

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Here’s at Trivantis, we’re counting down the days until the 2015 Lectora® User Conference on April 29 – 30. We hope you’re just as excited! To help you plan your time in Nashville, we found a few hotels for you to stay at, and we got some pretty awesome group rates for our LUC 2015…

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Nashville Notes: LUC 2015 at the Music City Center

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Every year, we lock ourselves in a room and ask ourselves “What will be the perfect conference location for our Lectora® and CourseMill® users? What will they enjoy the most?” And then we spend hours deliberating, sustaining ourselves only on terrible office coffee and whatever mysterious baked goods someone left in the kitchen until we…

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