Lectora Inspire, by Trivantis, is the go-to solution for e-learning developers whenever they need to develop online courses rapidly. It is one of the most popular e-learning authoring tools used to develop top-notch e-learning courses.
Rapid authoring tools play an integral part in the e-learning development process. Authoring tools are packed with many functionalities and options that can speed up the entire e-course development. Rapid e-learning authoring tools allow for quick updates and revisions to your e-learning course content and design. Fast turnaround times and stress-free updates give you the power to create relevant e-learning experiences for your employees.
The latest trend in technology-enabled learning is mobile learning apps. Accessing learning content through apps is easier than through browsers. Mobile apps can be an ideal platform for reinforcing classroom training/e-learning, and providing performance support.
As learning and training head toward mobile devices, Lectora Inspire has set her direction and transformed fast as a rapid authoring software that can create mobile-friendly courses. In the latest version of Lectora17, developing multi-device compatible courses is easier with the most sought after feature Responsive Course Design (RCD) and HTML5 output. Along with these popular and new features, Lectora enhanced many of its features that can be added as feathers in her cap. This post is an attempt to look at them and how they add value to the online course rapid development.
A mobile-friendly e-learning course is a must-have for modern learners. If your shiny legacy courses are not responsive, you will definitely fail that battle of leveraging the huge repository of courses. To resurrect this legacy course, you need to redesign all the courses to become responsive, it’s a tough call, but a real solution.
In today’s competitive environment, most of the organizations are looking to convert their text heavy courses to e-learning. Most of the latest rapid authoring tools offer various features that help you create terrific e-learning courses.
In our review of Lectora Inspire 17, the latest version from the Trivantis stable, we had mentioned how the new features in this version support responsive design. In this blog, we will further explore the features of Lectora 17 that support responsive course design (RCD).