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Assima is extending its product portfolio into the mid-level market with authoring tools STT and Atlantic-Link. Development Strategies Management Strategies Tools

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Learning Technologies UK 2015 Review

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For example, the 122 list included dominKnow (rapid content authoring tool vendor), Assima (which looked like some type of consulting firm), Adobe Connect (web conferencing), BrightCarbon, (custom shop that makes presentations and courses). I’m back. Well, back from being sick that is (hence the one week delay). And with that delay, came my delay of the LTUK15 review. So, with out any further notice, let’s dive right in. Overall Impressions. Generally speaking, I really came away quite impressed with the show. Here are some quick takeaways. The attendee size was solid.

IT training podcast

Clive on Learning

This IT Training podcast , hosted by Helen Wilcox, features your truly, along with Paul Stevens from Assima , exploring a wide range of issues relating to e-learning content. This is a fairly hefty 26.5MB download, lasting 28 minutes, so you might like to use the following agenda to help you skip to the question that interests you most: 0:51 Do we need to create different materials for different generations? 6:03 Should materials be designed very differently depending on the topic, e.g. IT training v compliance? 19:13 How do you see e-learning content developing in the next few years?

Bridge over troubled authoring tool waters

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Assima STT- You have a better chance of walking over hot coals then seeing this product prior to purchase. Assima STT – I think the main reason is that the tool will cost you over $20,000 USD for one developer license. Let’s start of with a scenario. You go into an ice cream store. You look about and see a variety of flavors but can’t decide. You say to yourself, “I wonder if the Raisin Banana is any good?” ” You are intrigued, but you do not want to waste your money only to find out it is putrid. You taste it and decide it is yucky. Strange?

eLearning Weekly Turns One!

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Assima Simulation Software: Initial Impressions. Hands-on with Assima Training Suite. My, how time flies! My first post to eLearning Weekly was one year ago today. It’s been a great year, and blogging has been incredibly helpful for me, both personally and professionally. And of course, thank you for visiting! I would probably still write if nobody visited the site (it’s a great exercise in reflection), but it does help knowing people are following along. These were the Top 10 most popular posts of the past year: How do you build eLearning courses? eLearning Jobs.

Keeping Up - April's Big Question

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April's Big Question from Learning Circuits is "How to Keep up?" This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. However, being involved in an e-learning community is a big help. For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter. Not only am I often made aware of new tools, but also get opinions, tips, and examples of their use. You can never keep up with it all, but access to many experts who are also finding and sharing the lastest tech tools make it much less daunting.