Using Lectora ReviewLink for eLearning Development: 7 FAQs Answered [Infographic]
ReviewLink from Trivantis is supports collaborative reviews of eLearning projects. This infographic gives you the answers to 7 FAQs on ReviewLink.
Delays become unavoidable in online course development, especially when multiple reviewers are involved in the reviews. It isn’t easy to track the comments/feedback coming from different stakeholders. Even if you do, how do you know if all of them have been implemented? What if some of them have contradicting feedback?
To avoid this drop in efficiency, Trivantis offers the ReviewLink tool that supports SCORM content from the authoring tool Lectora. Not just Lectora, ReviewLink works well with Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate too.
The tool is responsive and allows eLearning developers to host courses as well as track feedback using a single platform. ReviewLink is a useful tool to review mobile learning courses because you can switch between different views such as desktop, tablet and mobile.
To give you a better idea of the ReviewLink tool, we bring to you answers to a few frequently asked questions.