The Best of eLearning in April 2016


April showers bring… free eBooks, around the Trivantis® Headquarters. Here in Cincinnati, Ohio, the Trivantis team has been busy creating great resources to help you in your eLearning development as we approach May.But before this month ends, read on to get the scoop on our latest free eBook download, along with the eLearning articles that we’ve been reading in April.Here’s the Best of eLearning in April:

  1. Making eLearning Accessible

Released this month, this free eBook by Trivantis explains everything you need to know about accessibility. Wondering why you need to create accessible content? We’ve got you covered—plus, get tips for making your accessible content interactive AND a printable accessibility development checklist. Download the eBook now!

  1. 20 ways to prepare yourself for modern workplace learning

In this article from her blog, Jane Hart shares 20 things that learning professionals must do to be ready to support new approaches to workplace learning at their organizations. And if you want to hear Jane’s tips for performance support, sign up for this week’s webinar.

  1. 10 Reasons to Attend the 2016 Lectora User Conference

Thinking about registering for the LUC 2016 next month in Fort Lauderdale, Florida? Here are 10 fantastic reasons. Plus, check out this session sneak peek to get an idea of how valuable the breakout sessions will be. We hope to see you there!

  1. Learning How to Learn: 37 Tips for L&D Professionals

Laura Overton, Founder and CEO of Towards Maturity and keynote speaker at LUC 2016, shares tips for staying on the cutting edge of L&D. So, if you want to stay sharp with your professional development, this list is for you.

  1. 6 Reasons to Try Lectora 16

The team at reviewed Lectora® 16 and shared their favorite features in this great article! Find out what they thought about Responsive Course Design™, making previous courses responsive, and more.

What eLearning articles have you been reading this month? Share them in the comments.