Our customers often use a variety of eLearning authoring tools, so we wanted to make it possible for them to get feedback, check functionality, and report fixes in one place, regardless of how they created their courses.
Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) September 29, 2015
Trivantis, makers of the popular eLearning software Lectora® and CourseMill®, today announced the latest release of their course reviewing solution, ReviewLink™, now in version 3.0. “ReviewLink was already the best way to collaborate with external reviewers, internal stakeholders, and subject matter experts when authoring new Lectora eLearning projects,” said John Blackmon, Trivantis’ Chief Technology Officer. “But now we have introduced the ability to upload and review projects from Adobe® Captivate™ and Articulate® Storyline™, too. Our customers often use a variety of eLearning authoring tools, so we wanted to make it possible for them to get feedback, check functionality, and report fixes in one place, regardless of how they created their courses.“
ReviewLink has also been made available for purchase by non-Lectora users starting at just $29 per month.
Customers have praised the development. “ReviewLink is by far the best review tool I have ever used, and my SME’s love it too. I’m happy that Trivantis has recognized learning designers use a variety of different authoring tools depending on the need. Now, no matter what tool I use, I know my SME’s will have a consistent, collaborative, and smooth review process," said Jessica Sanderson, Manager, Instructional Design at Sirius XM.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention used ReviewLink to run a course pilot. By using ReviewLink, the CDC could allow multiple reviewers to share their opinions, while keeping their comments hidden from each other. This prevented one reviewer’s opinion from influencing another’s first impression of the course.
Trivantis has also made a number of other improvements in its ReviewLink product. ReviewLink now uses responsive design, empowering reviewers to use mobile devices, such as tablets or smartphones, to review courses. ReviewLink is included with all Lectora maintenance plans and Lectora® Inspire users, who are current on their maintenance, now have the ability to upload up to 50 courses at a time starting with this new release. To sign up for a trial or purchase, new users should visit http://www.reviewlink.com or visit booth #239 at DevLearn in Las Vegas from September 30 to October 1 to see a live demonstration of ReviewLink.
Lectora is a registered trademark of Trivantis Corporation. ReviewLink is a trademark of Trivantis Corporation. Adobe Captivate is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems, Inc. Articulate Storyline is a registered trademark of Articulate Global, Inc.