LUC 2016


Sharing Bright Ideas
From Around the World

The 2016 Lectora User Conference was in sunny Florida—right on the beach. Hundreds of Lectora users gathered May 17-19 for Lectora training, incredible eLearning sessions, an inspiring keynote by Laura Overton, great networking, and more. Want to see what all the buzz is about? Try the authoring tool Lectora for yourself, and check out the LUC 2016 photo gallery.

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2016 Lectora User Conference Schedule

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Day 1: May 18

Session TimeSession TitleSession Skill Level 9:00 - 9:15 Welcome / Acknowledgements / Introduction 9:15 - 10:30 Keynote: Laura Overton 10:30 - 10:45 Break 10:45 - 12:00 Breakout Sessions 1Branching Scenarios & Gamification Case Study — Sergey Snegirev Intermediate Interactions in the Intrinsic World: Creating Exercises and Games — Kristi Lozano Intermediate Basics of Variables, Actions, and Triggers — Keith Gallacher Fundamentals Simulating Online Webform Applications With Lectora — Jeffry Gordon Intermediate 12:00 - 1:30 Lunch 1:30 - 4:15 Workshop: Sneaky Tricks to Quicken QA, Facilitate Feedback, and Create an Elegant UX — John Mortenson Intermediate 1:30 - 2:45 Breakout Sessions 2Who Doesn’t Want to be Premier? — Annette Williams Intermediate Keep Calm and Don’t Reinvent the Wheel — Matt Lang Fundamentals Surviving Cold Weather with the Swedish Defense — Fredrik Christiansson Intermediate eLearning’s a Drag: Using jQuery to Create a Drag-and-Reveal Interaction in Lectora — Renota Dennard Intermediate 2:45 - 3:00 Break 3:00 - 4:15 Breakout Sessions 3JavaScript Integration for Beginners — Becky Goldberg Intermediate Lectora Inspire Power Tools — Leslie Fisher Fundamentals Instructor-led Games Really Work! — Christine Scott Intermediate 4:15 - 4:25 Break 4:25 - 5:15 Ask the Experts 5:15 - 5:30 Closing Remarks 5:30 - 6:30 One-on-Ones 7:00 - 9:00 Networking Reception

Day 2: May 19

Session TimeSession TitleSession Skill Level 9:00 - 9:15 Welcome / Acknowledgements 9:15 - 10:15 Trivantis: What’s New & What’s Upcoming 10:15 - 10:30 Break 10:30 - 11:45 Breakout Sessions 1Tips & Tricks for Maximizing Development Time — Megan Odom Fundamentals Use Responsive Learning to Effectively Reach More Learners — Domenic Caloia Intermediate Control Your Energy With Lectora - Games in a Learning Environment — Carlo Tognoni Intermediate Virtual Reality Course With Lectora for Mobile Devices — Aldebaran Canacasco, German Gonzalez Intermediate 11:45 - 1:00 Lunch 1:00 - 3:15 Workshop: Working Smarter, not Harder by Modifying Templates to Gamify Your eLearning — Windy Schneider, Znar Zebari Intermediate 1:00 - 2:15 Breakout Sessions 2Immersive Storytelling With Lectora — Rick Zanotti Intermediate Concrete Strategies for Building Interactive Courses — Penny Kurtz, Erica Hunter Fundamentals Creating a 508-Compliant Responsive Design Template for Lectora Online — Karen Ngowe Intermediate I Won on Jeopardy! Using Lectora to Find Your Inner Winner — Angel Tracy Intermediate 2:15 - 2:30 Break 2:30 - 3:45 Breakout Sessions 3How to Train Your Draggin’ - Expanding Interactions with JavaScript — Mr. John Williford Intermediate Photoshop 2 Lectora for Game Design — Math Notermans Fundamentals Toronto 2015: Architecting the Ideal Learning Management System and eLearning Content for the Pan Am Games — Lance Healy and Ivan Groe Intermediate Building with Action Groups: Build it better while making it easier — Tim Ball Intermediate 3:45 - 4:00 Break 4:00 - 4:30 Giveaways / Acknowledgements / Closing Remarks

Here’s What Attendees Are Saying About LUC 2016

My brain is overflowing with #brightideas and I can't wait to go back and try them out!

— AmieGus (@Flumpie) May 19, 2016

Loved #LUC2016 & connecting with so many great pros thru talking and Tweeting. Hope to be back next year! #BrightIdeas

— William Sisskind (@wmsisskind) May 19, 2016

#trivantis demonstrates cool blended learning using #Lectora and #coursemill to to train thousands of volunteers #toronto2015 #brightideas

— Jac Hutchinson (@jachutchinson) May 19, 2016

76% of Top Deck training orgs involve users in design… but only 35% on average. Talk to your learners! @lauraoverton #BrightIdeas

— Becky Goldberg (@NixTheNext) May 18, 2016

There's always more to learn--the community forums are a great resource! #BrightIdeas

— AmieGus (@Flumpie) May 19, 2016

Couldn't be more elated to hear #LectoraInspire is adding #BranchTrack for #free. #LUC2016 #BrightIdeas #happygirl

— Windy (@windyschneider) May 19, 2016

Create a nonlinear course to give your learners more choices #LUC2016 #BrightIdeas @Lectora

— Edwina Castone (@edwinacastone) May 19, 2016

Great friends made full of #brightideas. Thanks #trivantis this was an awesome info filled conference! You ROCK!

— Jac Hutchinson (@jachutchinson) May 19, 2016
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