E-Learning Uncovered Series: Lectora X

  • 11 Aug 2011
  • 9:30 AM
  • 12 Aug 2011
  • 4:30 PM
  • University Of Phoenix, 1800 S. Bell St., Arlington VA 22202

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This course is second in our 3-part series covering e-learning rapid authoring tools. This two-day session teaches you how to create effective, engaging e-learning from start to finish, taking you from the very basics up to insider tips and secrets that even experienced developers don't know.  Whether you are an intermediate user looking to pick up a few extra tricks, a beginner just getting started, or someone just curious about the possibilities, this course is for you!

Lectora X by Trivantis provides a great balance between ease-of-use and flexibility.  In this session, you learn how to use the basic features to create quick, simple courses, as well as some of the more advanced functions to create custom interactions, logic, and accessibility features. Participants will receive a copy of the book, E-Learning Uncovered: Lectora X.  The agenda:

  • Getting to Know Lectora
  • Setting Up a Title
  • Working with Text
  • Adding Graphics and Media
  • Page Layout and Design
  • Actions and Interactions
  • Advanced Actions
  • Custom Interface Design
  • Tests and Quizzes
  • Surveys
  • Forms and Form Elements
  • Special Tools and Wizards
  • Lectora Preferences
  • Publishing Your Title

DC ASTD Member Price: $495
Non-Member Price: $695
Student Member Price: $450

Participants are asked to bring their own laptops with the software installed (trial versions are OK.)  If you are unable to bring your own laptop, you can request a rental for $150 during the online registration process.  Requests for laptops must be made no later than the Monday before the session.

One lucky attendee will win a free license of Snap! by Lectora, courtesy of Trivantis.

About Our Presenter
These sessions are taught by Diane Elkins of Artisan E-Learning.  Diane has been in the e-learning industry since 2001, speaks regularly at national conferences about e-learning, and is co-author of the popular E-Learning Uncovered book series.

The University of Phoenix is metro accessible via the Blue and Yellow lines (Crystal City stop).  Parking is available in nearby garages for a fee.