There is a misconception that developing online courses for physically challenged learners and employees is quite a difficult task. However, rapid authoring tools made it pretty easy, with their many built-in features. For this blog, let’s limit it to Lectora 17, for creating Section 508 compliant online courses.
Tracking learner progress is a big hurdle in mobile learning. You will want to see how long they spent on each course, and how they fared in the assessments. All this information can be tracked by an LMS using SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model), a set of e-learning technical standards.
Did you know that there are more number of mobile devices on this planet than humans? Considering this statistics, it is no surprise that an increasing number of organizations are encouraging mobile learning (m-learning) that can be accessed anywhere, anytime. If you are spearheading the m-learning initiative in your organization, you will need to invest in the right authoring tool, to design the mobile learning program.
Lectora, by Trivantis, is the go-to solution for e-learning developers whenever they need to develop courses rapidly. This tool makes the conversion of legacy courses easy and the good news is Trivantis released the latest version of Lectora, Lectora 17 in December 2016. The latest version is packed with exciting features; let us look at them in this blog.
Lectora is a powerful rapid authoring tool that is very popular in the world of e-learning. A study by Capterra revealed that more than 60% of companies use this family of rapid authoring tools, from Trivantis. One of the most popular members of this family is Lectora Publisher. The latest version of this application is packed with several new features that make the development of e-learning courses easier and quicker than before. Let’s see what’s these features are in the infographic below.
Lectora – the most widely used e-learning development software in the world. A study by Capterra revealed that more than 60% of companies use this family of rapid authoring tools, from Trivantis. One of the most popular members of this family is Lectora Publisher. The latest version of this online course development application is power-packed with various features that go a long way in developing better e-learning courses. Today, let us look at five major updates to this tool and examine how they help course developers.
Each organization has its own unique training challenges. Some are saddled with an outdated LMS while others have to come up with highly customized courses that may not fit in standardized templates offered by some authoring tools. Yet others might need to incorporate course inputs from multiple stakeholders across diverse teams. Lectora Inspire is an ideal authoring tool for overcoming such challenges. In this blog, I explore some of them.
Several rapid e-learning courseware authoring tools are available today – each with its own set of strengths and distinguishing features. Selecting the right tool is crucial for successful e-learning development since choosing a tool that does not meet your unique training requirements can lead to costly rework and delays.
If you are an online learning developer, then chances are, you have pretty much heard of Lectora Inspire – an e-learning development tool which lets you:
- Transform text-heavy content into meaningful learning experiences
- Produce HTML5 output and responsive design
- Develop mobile learning courses
Lectora Inspire is one of the most powerful, preferred authoring tools for e-learning course development. Lectora enables developers create interactive elements. You can develop your e-learning rapidly using this tool, without complex programming knowledge. It can also incorporate HTML5 support for mobile devices, allowing “multi-device” learners to access content.