Training is an investment, not only in employee skill-building but also in the growth of the business. Do you know if learners in your organization are finding the online training programs engaging or is your training budget going down the drain? Corporate learners of today need quick access to information and have a dwindling attention span. With calls, emails, and messages clamoring for attention, learners are easily distracted.
Jim is an e-learning developer working with a large insurance company. Recently, he was asked to convert classroom training materials on regulatory affairs into learner-friendly, engaging e-learning courses.
Robert is a technology-enabled learning developer at a large Canadian manufacturing company. A few months ago, the company entered the Asia-Pacific region, and he was instructed to create online courses materials in eight languages, for employees in the region.
Lectora is a simple, yet powerful e-learning authoring tool from Trivantis. The company was founded in 1999, and Lectora Inspire was its flagship product. Rapid e-learning turned into a reality, thanks to this tool. Trivantis had a winner on its hands with the responsive course design (RCD) feature offered by Lectora 16. With its latest version, Lectora 17, creating multi-device courses has become easier than ever.
Jim is the product training manger of a large insurance company. Over the years, his company has developed hundreds of PowerPoint presentations for classroom training sessions. Recently, the organization adopted online learning and put Jim in charge of converting these learning resources in PPT format into effective e-learning courses.
Are you a training manager under time and budget constraints, yet have to come up with innovative online training programs that can be scaled rapidly? Well, with the extensive use of rapid authoring tools, eLearning has become successful in addressing these challenges of scale, speed and cost faced by training managers. Of the several tools available, Lectora Inspire is a good choice for rapid eLearning development.
Training managers have the responsibility of ensuring that all employees have the skills, and knowledge, to perform their job roles effectively. Many training managers are under time and budget constraints, but yet have to come up with innovative training programs that can be scaled rapidly. With the extensive use of rapid authoring tools, rapid eLearning development has been successful in addressing these challenges faced by training managers.
How can you ensure all your employees are trained effectively, irrespective of their physical abilities? What does it take to develop online courses that can be used seamlessly by all learners, including those who are differently-abled? Lectora 17 can develop online courses for physically challenged learners pretty easily, with its many built-in features.
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.