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The Lectora Unscripted series is designed to give YOU the opportunity to ask questions and share your ideas with other Lectora users. Join host Simon Birt for an informal conversation about all the different ways you can use Lectora to deliver business value. Simon Birt works for Trivantis as Senior Manager of Global Strategic Accounts. He is a learning technology specialist with over 7 years of experience in learning technology and more than 20 years of experience in software solutions.


 
 

Online Content Creation Saves Time and Money!

What are the key reasons to consider using online content creation as opposed to desktop content creation? What are the benefits and differences to think about when you go online? Join Simon Birt as he talks with IBM GBS Learning & Development, who will share why they decided to move to online content creation 3 years ago.

Friday April 25, 2014 at 9:00 am (GMT-4)


 
 

e-Learning Forecast: Cloudy with a Silver Lining

Why move eLearning production and management to the cloud from the desktop? What are the key benefits of working in the cloud and what are the key concerns? Discuss with Simon Birt how you can use Lectora Online, Lectora Express, CourseMill and Lectora Mobile to benefit your business.

Friday May 9, 2014 at 9:00 am (GMT-4)


 
 

On the Job Training in 2014

How can technology today help support effective on the job training? What are the key benefits and methods for effective on the job training in today’s work environment? This webinar will include a discussion with a major company’s chief training officer and explore how to maximize the capabilities of Lectora Inspire and Lectora Mobile for your on the job training.

Friday May 23, 2014 at 9:00 am (GMT-4)


 
 

Inspiration Wednesdays

Inspiration Wednesdays are live online events that inform and educate on recent eLearning trends, new products, informational howtos and much more.


 
 

Social Media in Learning: The Good and the Bad

Social media is an essential part of many people's everyday lives, from interacting with Facebook and Twitter to posting blogs and uploading YouTube videos. For some, it serves as the communication channel of choice, and establishing the right teaching strategies surrounding the technology now can ultimately lead to more creative and engaging learning in the long run. But social media is seen by many as a distraction and is therefore completely eliminated from the design process.

We know the key to designing successful learning is to engage the audience, not distract them. In this session, you’ll learn:
  • How to look objectively at both the pros and cons of social media in learning
  • How to tap into the power of social media to increase learner productivity
  • How to foster learner communication and discussion long after training has been completed
  • How social media can help bridge the gap of geographically separated learners to create a cohesive learning group

Wednesday April 30, 2014 at 9:00 am and 1:30 pm ET (GMT-4)