Lectora is a versatile eLearning authoring tool that allows you to develop responsive courses. Explore the benefits, tips, and answers to FAQs on using Lectora.
Responsive design is a technique that assists in the development of courses that are “responsive” to the screen sizes of various devices. This blog looks at how you can use the authoring tool Lectora and the various capabilities it has to offer to create eLearning courses with functional responsive design.
The newly updated Lectora 19 authoring suite is in the market and enhances the scope for rapid eLearning. With an enhanced template library, built-in screen recorder, CenarioVR integration, rapid eLearning is going to be easy.
Immersive learning with CenarioVR aims to deliver real-life experiences to the modern workforce. Find how CenarioVR can help develop quick immersive learning.
Looking for affordable virtual reality in eLearning? Here’s CenarioVR by Trivantis that enables the easy and fast creation of VR eLearning.
ReviewLink from Trivantis is supports collaborative reviews of eLearning projects. This infographic gives you the answers to 7 FAQs on ReviewLink.
What makes Lectora Inspire an ideal choice of eLearning authoring tool? Here’s why EdTech declared Lectora as the winner among eLearning authoring tools.
What makes Lectora Online an attractive option for eLearning development? Get familiar with the latest features of Lectora Online.
What makes Lectora Inspire apt for rapid eLearning development? Check this infographic on the 4 features of Lectora Inspire that enhance rapid eLearning.
Lectora allows rapid custom eLearning development that matches today’s learning needs. Here’s our success story with Lectora for rapid custom eLearning.
With the proliferation of mobile devices, mobile learning has become inevitable for corporate eLearning. Let’s see how Lectora makes mobile learning development easy.
Trivantis, the developer of Lectora has come up with the cloud-based online course reviewing tool, ReviewLink to make eLearning development. collaborative. Have questions on ReviewLink – this post has the answers.