Lectora

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Lectora is an Electronic learning (e-learning) development tool released by Trivantis Corporation in 1999. Lectora[1] is used to create online training courses, assessments, and presentations. It is also used for the conversion of Microsoft PowerPoint presentations into e-learning content. Trivantis was founded by education technology entrepreneur Timothy Loudermilk. Loudermilk was the original visionary behind the creation of Lectora.

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  1. ^ "Lectora Official UK/EU Website".

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