Tooltip: Buttons in Lectora and Lectora Online

Buttons allow users to execute actions, like navigating within a title, launching Web pages, showing hidden objects, launching programs or documents, and displaying messages. There […]

Thursday Tip: Getting Started With Lectora

So you just got approval to purchase Lectora® or Lectora Online, and you can’t wait to dive in and get started. We can’t wait either—that’s […]

SCORM 101 and a Lectora How-To

One of the first things I remember Googling after my first encounter with eLearning was SCORM. It was this foreign word that had no meaning […]

eLearning Lesson: Joe Ganci’s mLearning Tips

Last week, Joe Ganci—or eLearningJoe as you may know him—joined us for a great Inspiration Wednesday webinar. He shared how making eLearning for every device […]

How to Insert Storyline 2 Content Into Lectora

Today’s blog post is an excerpt from the free Trivantis® eBook, An Articulate® Storyline® User’s Guide to Lectora®: While developing an eLearning course, you may […]

Lectora Basics: How to Use the Resource Manager

In the last blog, we covered the Variable Manager in Lectora®. Now we will talk about the other important management tool, the Resource Manager. This is […]

Lectora Basics: How to Use the Variable Manager

On the Manage group of the Tools ribbon, you will find two very useful tools for managing aspects of your Lectora® titles, the Variable Manager […]

Lectora Basics: Why Disinheritance Could Save Your eLearning

My brother got all of the musical talent of our parents while I can barely carry a tune in a paper sack. He also got […]

Lectora Basics: About Question Variables

Quite often, we get questions from our Lectora® users wondering how they can provide some kind of customized behavior based on a learner’s response to […]

Lectora Basics: Using User-Defined Variables

In my last blog, I described what a variable is. It’s just a named container in which you can store a value. But why would […]

Lectora Basics: What Is a Variable?

“I don’t get variables! I’d rather be nibbled to death by ducks than try to deal with them!” Are you a Lectora® user who cringes […]

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