Oct

22

9:00 AM ET (GMT-4)

Show Me the Many: All About Grouping Objects and Actions

One of the most useful tools in Lectora and Lectora Online is the Group object. By grouping several objects together, you can edit your titles more easily, as well as create interactions that perform multiple actions simultaneously, or single actions against multiple objects. Product Manager and Lectora Online expert Daryl Fleary is here to discuss the advantages of using groups, plus review examples in which groups are employed to enable functionality that would otherwise require many independent actions.

Oct

22

1:30 PM ET (GMT-4)

Show Me the Many: All About Grouping Objects and Actions

One of the most useful tools in Lectora and Lectora Online is the Group object. By grouping several objects together, you can edit your titles more easily, as well as create interactions that perform multiple actions simultaneously, or single actions against multiple objects. Product Manager and Lectora Online expert Daryl Fleary is here to discuss the advantages of using groups, plus review examples in which groups are employed to enable functionality that would otherwise require many independent actions.

Nov

14

9:00 AM ET (GMT-5)

Technology Enhanced Learning in 70:20:10

Join Simon Birt and guest Charles Jennings as they discuss 70:20:10 and how e-Learning, mobile learning and social learning today can support your company's learning activities. 70:20:10 is a learning framework employed by many organizations, which addresses and exploits workplace and social learning to generate higher performance outcomes from employees. Charles Jennings has helped many organizations build and implement 70:20:10 strategies. He has been working with 70:20:10 approaches for 15 years and implemented 70:20:10 when he was chief learning officer in a FTSE100 global company. In this session, Charles will discuss how learning technology fits into the 70:20:10 framework, drawing upon examples from real customer engagements.

Nov

5

9:00 AM ET (GMT-5)

Instructional Design for e-Learning vs. for Instructor-led Training

Didn't make it to Vegas for DevLearn this year? Join Director of Training, Tara Medeiros, for her presentation on instructional design for e-Learning vs. for instructor-led training. In this session you will learn:
The key differences in designing instructor-led training vs. designing e-Learning How to adapt course designs for self-paced e-Learning training vs. instructor-led training How to determine learner needs based on training environments Tips on how to design courses based on how training is facilitated

Nov

5

1:30 PM ET (GMT-5)

Instructional Design for e-Learning vs. for Instructor-led Training

Didn't make it to Vegas for DevLearn this year? Join Director of Training, Tara Medeiros, for her presentation on instructional design for e-Learning vs. for instructor-led training. In this session you will learn:
The key differences in designing instructor-led training vs. designing e-Learning How to adapt course designs for self-paced e-Learning training vs. instructor-led training How to determine learner needs based on training environments Tips on how to design courses based on how training is facilitated

Nov

19

9:00 AM ET (GMT-5)

Using Lectora’s Form Elements

Join Product Manager Daryl Fleary and learn all about form elements! Located on the Test & Survey ribbon, the Add Form Element panel provides objects for capturing student input, including Entry Fields, Radio Buttons, Check Boxes and Lists. In this session we’ll discuss ways to use these objects, review how responses are stored within their associated variables and explore ways to use and manipulate those values.

Nov

19

1:30 PM ET (GMT-5)

Using Lectora’s Form Elements

Join Product Manager Daryl Fleary and learn all about form elements! Located on the Test & Survey ribbon, the Add Form Element panel provides objects for capturing student input, including Entry Fields, Radio Buttons, Check Boxes and Lists. In this session we’ll discuss ways to use these objects, review how responses are stored within their associated variables and explore ways to use and manipulate those values.

Oct

22

9:00 AM ET (GMT-4)

Show Me the Many: All About Grouping Objects and Actions

One of the most useful tools in Lectora and Lectora Online is the Group object. By grouping several objects together, you can edit your titles more easily, as well as create interactions that perform multiple actions simultaneously, or single actions against multiple objects. Product Manager and Lectora Online expert Daryl Fleary is here to discuss the advantages of using groups, plus review examples in which groups are employed to enable functionality that would otherwise require many independent actions.

Oct

22

1:30 PM ET (GMT-4)

Show Me the Many: All About Grouping Objects and Actions

One of the most useful tools in Lectora and Lectora Online is the Group object. By grouping several objects together, you can edit your titles more easily, as well as create interactions that perform multiple actions simultaneously, or single actions against multiple objects. Product Manager and Lectora Online expert Daryl Fleary is here to discuss the advantages of using groups, plus review examples in which groups are employed to enable functionality that would otherwise require many independent actions.

Nov

5

9:00 AM ET (GMT-5)

Instructional Design for e-Learning vs. for Instructor-led Training

Didn't make it to Vegas for DevLearn this year? Join Director of Training, Tara Medeiros, for her presentation on instructional design for e-Learning vs. for instructor-led training. In this session you will learn:
The key differences in designing instructor-led training vs. designing e-Learning How to adapt course designs for self-paced e-Learning training vs. instructor-led training How to determine learner needs based on training environments Tips on how to design courses based on how training is facilitated

Nov

5

1:30 PM ET (GMT-5)

Instructional Design for e-Learning vs. for Instructor-led Training

Didn't make it to Vegas for DevLearn this year? Join Director of Training, Tara Medeiros, for her presentation on instructional design for e-Learning vs. for instructor-led training. In this session you will learn:
The key differences in designing instructor-led training vs. designing e-Learning How to adapt course designs for self-paced e-Learning training vs. instructor-led training How to determine learner needs based on training environments Tips on how to design courses based on how training is facilitated

Nov

19

9:00 AM ET (GMT-5)

Using Lectora’s Form Elements

Join Product Manager Daryl Fleary and learn all about form elements! Located on the Test & Survey ribbon, the Add Form Element panel provides objects for capturing student input, including Entry Fields, Radio Buttons, Check Boxes and Lists. In this session we’ll discuss ways to use these objects, review how responses are stored within their associated variables and explore ways to use and manipulate those values.

Nov

19

1:30 PM ET (GMT-5)

Using Lectora’s Form Elements

Join Product Manager Daryl Fleary and learn all about form elements! Located on the Test & Survey ribbon, the Add Form Element panel provides objects for capturing student input, including Entry Fields, Radio Buttons, Check Boxes and Lists. In this session we’ll discuss ways to use these objects, review how responses are stored within their associated variables and explore ways to use and manipulate those values.

Nov

14

9:00 AM ET (GMT-5)

Technology Enhanced Learning in 70:20:10

Join Simon Birt and guest Charles Jennings as they discuss 70:20:10 and how e-Learning, mobile learning and social learning today can support your company's learning activities. 70:20:10 is a learning framework employed by many organizations, which addresses and exploits workplace and social learning to generate higher performance outcomes from employees. Charles Jennings has helped many organizations build and implement 70:20:10 strategies. He has been working with 70:20:10 approaches for 15 years and implemented 70:20:10 when he was chief learning officer in a FTSE100 global company. In this session, Charles will discuss how learning technology fits into the 70:20:10 framework, drawing upon examples from real customer engagements.