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In many cases, the end of the year gives you time to step back and take stock of the last 12 months. This is when many of us take a hard look at what worked and what did not, complete performance reviews, and formulate plans for the coming year. For me, it is all of those things plus a time when I u...
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e-Learning Software Releases Cutting-Edge Product Update
Lectora e-Learning software releases version X.6

Lectora e-Learning software releases version X.6 loaded with innovative enhancements to change e-Learning development and review with Lectora. This release includes, ReviewLink Beta, the new way to collaboratively review e-Learning content online and enhanced 508 Compliance settings to create accessible e-Learning content in one simple step. Lectora users current on their maintenance receive Lectora X.6 absolutely free-of-charge.

“Lectora X.6 is groundbreaking in the e-Learning industry because it stretches beyond just new features and provides innovative functionality to make the review process seamless and easy,” said Peter Bray, Chief Marketing Officer at Trivantis Corporation. “Together, the new 508 Compliance settings and ReviewLink Beta, make the total e-Learning package. To kick off the holidays right, we’ve made all this free to those current on the latest version of Lectora.”

This Lectora X.6 release includes these exciting new features:

ReviewLink Beta

  • Easily share your published Lectora content online for a streamlined review process
  • Simultaneously publish content directly from Lectora and send notification emails to colleagues and subject matter experts to review your courses
  • Reviewers gain immediate access to log in and post comments directly to individual pages of published content and can manage and track the status of multiple courses and feedback
  • Authors, or publishers, can manage and track courses, feedback and can easily make changes, re-publish content, update feedback status and send messages to reviewers

508 Compliance Enhancements

  • With one publishing option, instantly prepare e-Learning content to meet 508 Compliance standards in one simple step
  • Automatically creates ALT tags for images and buttons, disables the use of Web 2.0 windows and ensures that video controller buttons are read by screen readers

…and more new features for e-Learning development in Lectora X.6.

“Lectora X.6 and ReviewLink Beta will exponentially change the way Lectora users share, review and update content,” said John Blackmon, Senior Vice President of Authoring Products at Trivantis Corporation. “This latest release has completely streamlined the review and approval process of e-Learning courses, thus saving time and effort for content creators, reviewers and managers.”

Lectora e-Learning authoring software enables users to easily create courses for online computer-based training. Honored with five prestigious awards, Lectora Inspire delivers the ultimate package of e-Learning tools with FlypaperTM Flash content creation platform, Camtasia screen recording software, Snagit screen capture software – and now, ReviewLink Beta online review software.

To learn more about Lectora and to download a free 30-day trial, please visit: Lectora e-Learning software.

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