The Best of eLearning in February 2016


February has been an exciting month at Trivantis®. So, before we get to our usual Best of February article roundup, we’d like to share our top news this month.Trivantis released an eBook: eLearning 101: A Practical Guide!This free eBook will help you get started with eLearning and the course development process. Learn the basics of instructional design, eLearning standards, graphic design, and more.If you’re curious about the type of info you can expect from this eBook, our Trivantis Community Manager Jennifer Valley wrote a great article titled “Developing Quality eLearning at the Speed of Sound” this month in conjunction with the eLearning 101: A Practical Guide eBook. Download the eBook today!Here’s the rest of the Best of eLearning in February:

  1. Insights on Modern Learning by Laura Overton: LUC 2016 Keynote Speaker

Laura Overton, Founder and CEO of Towards Maturity, is the keynote speaker for the 2016 Lectora® User Conference. See her keynote presentation on preparing for the bright future of learning at the conference—register today!

  1. 5 Learning Tech Trends to Watch in the Next 5 Years

Gamification and learning expert Karl Kapp lists important learning and development trends on the ATD Learning Technologies Blog. Trend number one is microlearning, a trend where mobile learning plays a huge role.

  1. Tips and Tricks to Making Accessible Content More Interactive

Trivantis VP of Product Management Laura Silver shares how to create content that’s accessible and still interactive using Lectora.

  1. Keeping Tabs on Lectora Interaction Templates

Our friends at the eLearning Brothers shared their favorite click-and-reveal Lectora templates—great for saving space and allowing the learner to explore more information while staying on the same page.

  1. Lectora Advanced: Creating a Student Notes Feature

You may have read the Lectora Basics series blog series by Trivantis Lead Content Developer Wendy Miller. We’ve now added a Lectora Advanced series for developers who want to get more creative with Lectora.

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