Insights on Modern Learning at the 2016 Lectora User Conference
Cincinnati, Ohio – March 10, 2016 – Trivantis®, makers of Lectora®, ReviewLink™, and CourseMill®, announces keynote speaker Laura Overton at the 2016 Lectora User Conference. Overton is the Founder and CEO of Towards Maturity and will share insights on modern learning with conference attendees, so they can take home bright ideas for training courses, programs, and the future.
The 2016 Lectora User Conference will be in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on May 18-19 with optional pre-conference training on the 17th. Hundreds of Lectora, CourseMill, and ReviewLink users will gather for inspiring eLearning sessions with real-world case studies, networking, one-on-one sessions with the Trivantis developers, and a keynote presentation by Laura Overton. They’ll also be the first to hear what’s new at Trivantis, like the new Responsive Course Design™ (RCD) for building mobile courses, and upcoming product news.
“The Lectora User Conference is an incredible conference where attendees can meet and talk with Lectora developers from all over the world,” said John Blackmon, Chief Technology Officer at Trivantis. “They’ll be able to network with the Trivantis team and ask questions in person. It’s an amazing opportunity.”
In addition, LUC 2016 attendees will receive Lectora Fundamentals on-demand video training with registration—a $400 value for free.
To register for the 2016 Lectora User Conference and for more information, including conference schedule, hotel details, and more on keynote speaker, Laura Overton, please visit trivantis.com/luc-2016.
Trivantis® empowers inspired learning with Lectora®, the world’s leading eLearning authoring software. Used by small and mid-sized businesses, Government, Education, and Global 2000 companies in more than 125 countries and offered in seven languages, Lectora with Responsive Course Design™ simplifies the development of mobile-friendly eLearning courses. Trivantis is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, with offices in Florida, Paris, and London.