Positive Feedback Continues for Online Course Review with ReviewLink
CINCINNATI – February 7, 2012 – e-Learning professionals continue to exchange positive feedback and comments since the recent release of ReviewLinkTM Beta collaborative e-Learning review tool. ReviewLink, included in Lectora® e-Learning software, proves to streamline course and training development as it simplifies and fills gaps in the e-Learning review process.
“ReviewLink makes the review process much easier and much more simple for our users, streamlining the process for feedback like never before and filling a much needed space in the e-Learning world,” said Peter Bray, Chief Marketing Officer at Lectora Corporation. “This tool has proven to be more of a success than even we anticipated. The praise and satisfaction we continue to receive from our clients regarding ReviewLink is astounding. ”
See how ReviewLink adds value to the development process for e-Learning professionals:
“This tool is the most amazing/brilliantly scoped and deployed strategy of flow of course development change management” – Sulaimaan Arbee, Edcon
“My personal experience with ReviewLink has been beyond satisfactory …I hadn’t realized just how problematic organizing reviewer feedback was prior to using ReviewLink’s comment system.” – Joseph Suarez, Integrated Learning Services
“From an instructional design perspective I think Lectora has ‘nailed it’ … I have been using it with my clients to review courses and I think it could easily become an essential tool of my e-Learning business.” – Christine O’Malley, Director of Creative Learning at Alliant Quality Partners, Inc.
“I look forward to ReviewLink! This will hopefully fill a need we’ve had for years as far as customer/SME reviews are concerned. Way to go Lectora!” – Ben Lucero, Sr Instructional Designer at Colorado Springs Utilities
As a free tool included in the latest release of Lectora, Lectora X.6, ReviewLink provides streamlined capabilities for the online collaborative review of e-Learning courses and training including:
Developers can publish Lectora e-Learning courses directly to ReviewLink.
Reviewers can easily post comments, attach files and provide valuable feedback on individual pages within courses and training.
e-Learning developers can manage content, make edits based off of feedback and post updated versions of e-Learning courses.
Authors and reviewers can repeat this process to quickly complete the e-Learning review cycle.
To watch short ReviewLink tutorials and for more information about ReviewLink Beta and Lectora, please visit: ReviewLink Online Collaborative e-Learning Review Tool.
Lectora® is the world’s leading e-Learning software used by most Global 2000 companies in more than 125 countries and is offered in six languages. The Lectora line of e-Learning products includes Lectora Inspire, Lectora Online, Lectora Publisher and Lectora Integrator. The makers of Lectora also produce Flypaper™, the leading Flash content creation platform, Snap! by Lectora® rapid e-Learning software and its sister product, Snap! Empower™ Flash interactions builder. The Lectora family of e-Learning products also includes CourseMill® learning management system (LMS) and Lectora Talent Management. Lectora is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio with offices in Boca Raton, Phoenix, Paris, London and Beijing. Lectora, Flypaper, CourseMill, Snap! by Lectora and Snap! Empower are trademarks of Trivantis® Corporation.