LUC 2017 Kicks Off With Keynote by Karl Kapp

LUC 2017 Mission: Possible

The mission begins—the 2017 Lectora® User Conference kicks off today in Cincinnati, Ohio, with a “Mission: Possible” theme! But first, I want to thank our attendees of yesterday’s successful pre-conference training classes: Lectora Intermediate, Lectora Extreme Games, and the conference-exclusive class taught by Trivantis® CTO John Blackmon, Extending Lectora With Scripting.

LUC 2017 conference agenda and flying pig

Above, a peek at the LUC 2017 conference agenda and flying pig in attendee goodie bags. (Flying pigs are a Cincinnati symbol and fit our Mission: Possible theme perfectly—because “when pigs fly,” anything is possible.)

LUC Keynote: Karl Kapp

Karl Kapp keynote speaker

Today, we’re starting LUC 2017 day one with a keynote presentation by Dr. Karl Kapp. He will be facilitating a highly interactive presentation on gamification that turns the audience into secret agents and shares some real life examples of how anything is possible in eLearning.Breakout SessionsEvery year, our Lectora, CourseMill®, and ReviewLink™ users submit inspiring and innovative presentation proposals—and 2017 was no exception. We’re excited to announce that we have a packed schedule of sessions on topics like gamification, audio and video, mobile learning, CourseMill tips, and more.One-on-One SessionsLater this afternoon, LUC attendees who reserved a time slot will have the opportunity to sit down one-on-one with a Trivantis developer to discuss Lectora, CourseMill, or ReviewLink. The conference is all about networking with eLearning peers and the Trivantis Team, and these sessions are a valuable part of that experience.Networking Reception and NEW User ShowcaseThis year at the networking reception, we have attendees showing off what they’ve been working on using the Trivantis products, like an eLearning science fair. I’m excited to see what our customers have to share!Stay Connected During LUC 2017Even if you couldn’t make it to the conference, you can follow @Lectora and use the hashtag #LUC2017 on Twitter to see what photos and Mission: Possible inspiration attendees are sharing, plus join the conversation.Download the free LUC 2017 mobile app too, created in Lectora by John Blackmon. You can download the app from the App Store or Google Play.