Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Memoirs of an "Instructional Designer"
APRIL 26, 2007
Thursday, April 26, 2007 Memoirs of an "Instructional Designer" I dont have a masters degree in instructional design or education. learned Toolbook and Authorware on my own while in the program. Template by Tina Chen. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. In fact, I dont have any kind of masters degree at all. have never taken a class in pedagogy. have never taken a course in adult learning theory. And yet here I am. My current business card says Im a "Manager of Instructional Design". How did that happen? Or am I?
The Latest: Rapid Content Authoring Tool Market
JANUARY 18, 2012
Templates – growing at quick clip. Listen, Authorware is dead, so why create a product that is trying to bring it back to life with your own product? Heck, they are lucky if they have audio cards connected to their computers or even are using Windows 2007. . The data is in, the results are interesting and the competition is growing. What does it all mean? The RCAT (rapid content authoring tool) market continues to be healthy with nothing to slow it down – uh, except maybe one thing (more on that later). Early Signs for 2012. Flash output – still red hot.
5 Simple Ways to Get Started with E-Learning Development - The Rapid eLearning Blog
AUGUST 1, 2008
December 11th, 2007. Microsoft has some really nice starter templates to help you organize your learning project. Click here to access Microsoft training templates. After you do a few projects, you’ll feel more comfortable branching out from the templates and applying your own unique approach. Compared to building courses in Flash or Authorware, the rapid elearning tools are easy to use. December 11th, 2007. [.] December 11th, 2007. December 11th, 2007. We use the template kits that came with our Rapid E-Learning Studio Pro purchase.
Mobile Learning Moves the Evolution of Authoring Tools
OCTOBER 9, 2012
In response to the demand for more accessible authoring tools, Authorware was born. Using Authorware , learning professionals could create learning programs with hyper-simplistic designs, primarily through dragging and dropping icons. To avoid this complexity, Authorware courses often followed a more simplistic “Click Next to Continue” style of eLearning design. Back then, users could transform a standard PowerPoint into a game-based learning module by inserting template-driven learning games right into their slide sequence. The Rise of Authoring Tools. Tweet This!