Introducing New Instructional Design Training at the Lectora User Conference

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New offering based on client demand

The new Instructional Design Training exemplifies the Trivantis commitment to continually provide the eLearning market with the latest and greatest technologies and techniques.

Trivantis Corporation, provider of world-class publishing technologies and services for eLearning, today announced new and exciting offerings at the 2011 Lectora User Conference on May 10-12 in Cincinnati, OH. The conference integrates innovative training programs and presentations tailored to the needs of Lectora® users and the eLearning community.

One of the most exciting new features at the 2011 Lectora User Conference includes Instructional Design Training for the Everyday Developer on May 9th. Trivantis understands that an instructional designer’s greatest role is to bridge technology and education together, and solid Instructional Design is vital to maximizing the effectiveness, efficiency and appeal of instruction in eLearning. This session focuses on helping you understand and master all aspects of Instructional Design for innovative online training.

“This new offering exemplifies the Trivantis commitment to continually provide the eLearning market with the latest and greatest technologies and techniques,” said Peter Bray, Chief Marketing Officer at Trivantis. “In addition to new training sessions, the Lectora User Conference will also feature groundbreaking surprises and eLearning news. It’s an event eLearning professionals won’t want to miss.”

The training covers all phases of an effective, focused Instructional Design process including the Plan, Analyze, Design, Develop, Deliver, Measure, and Support phases. Attendees will discover ISD methodologies for Lectora eLearning authoring software as well as tools to use throughout the ISD process.

“Developed based on client demand, this much anticipated training session arms attendees with the knowledge to best achieve their Instructional Design development goals by leveraging the tools available in Lectora,” said Jessica Athey, Global Marketing Manager at Trivantis.

Upon completion of the training, participants will be able to identify and describe each phase of focused Instructional Design, describe the inputs and outputs of each phase, and also explain and demonstrate performance of the tools in each phase. The course covers the use of storyboards, including a course catalogue, course outlines, instructor and participant guides and more. The training session also provides more information on analysis questionnaires. The Instructional Design for the Everyday Developer is filled with rich and useful information that each attendee will find beneficial for their instructional design needs.

Attendees may also participate in new Lectora Tools Training on May 13th. This training course focuses on the use of Flypaper™ for Lectora, Camtasia® for Lectora, and Snagit® for Lectora. Participants will learn how to develop professional-quality Flash animations with Flypaper as well as develop videos and custom images with Camtasia and Snagit. The event also features Lectora Fundamentals, Intermediate and Extreme training to accommodate a range of skill levels.

This annual event also includes dynamic keynote presentations from Elliott Masie, the internationally recognized futurist and researcher of enterprise learning, along with Tim Ferguson, Chief Information Officer at Northern Kentucky University.

Register today to reserve your space for the 2011 Lectora User Conference before it sells out.

About Trivantis Corporation
Cincinnati, Ohio-based Trivantis Corporation provides world-class publishing technologies and services that enable the creation, distribution, and management of multimedia eLearning content. Designed to help overcome the technical barriers traditionally associated with electronic publishing, Trivantis solutions provide educators, the business sector, and government agencies the ability to create and publish high-quality content with multi-platform publishing capabilities. Trivantis Corporation produces Lectora, the world’s leading eLearning software used by most Global 2000 companies in more than 70 countries and all five branches of the United States Military. Trivantis also creates CourseMill, a world‐class learning management system for deploying, hosting, and tracking eLearning content. Website: http://www.Trivantis.com. Trivantis, Lectora and CourseMill are trademarks of Trivantis Corporation.

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