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NOVEMBER 4, 2010 [Authorware, DevLearn] Zebra: This Changes Everything
Diane Elkins is at DevLearn 2010 in San Francisco and attended Michael Allen’s special event to preview Zebra last night. By the way, if I were to publish a list of “things I’m missing by not being at DevLearn, this event would have been right on top!) If you are at DevLearn, stop by their booth to see it in action. Here are her thoughts. It really is that easy.
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NOVEMBER 17, 2009 [Authorware, DevLearn] Notes from DevLearn and the Adobe Learning Summit
It is what it is, and is for me and my fellow DevLearners first and foremost. The second was DevLearn, run by the eLearning Guild. Someone is compiling a ‘tweet book’ of all the tweets posted about DevLearn that week. Observation (heard phrased in many different was during DevLearn) reading ‘everything’ on Twitter is a waste of time. Michael Allen, the man who created/invented Authorware, has started developing a new tool. INTRODUCTION. Following is a largely unedited version of conference notes that I have just distributed internally where I work.
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JANUARY 5, 2010 [Authorware, DevLearn] Michael Allen describes the future of authoring systems
A t DevLearn 09 , Michael Allen gave us a peek at a new authoring system under development at Allen Interactions. In case you didn’t know, Michael was chief architect of Authorware, the precursor to Macromedia and granddaddy of digital authoring systems.). His latest project, code-named Zebra, is a powerful, drag-and-drop authoring environment. I’m impressed.
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NOVEMBER 2, 2011 [Authorware, DevLearn] Storyline and ZebraZapps: seriously powerful, seriously simple
Here at DevLearn 2011 in Las Vegas I've got authoring tools on my mind. Michael was, of course, the creator of Authorware, a highly powerful tool from the CD-ROM era, which Adobe eventually gave up on after they inherited it from Macromedia. Authorware was a serious tool that you could use for serious projects, but with a friendly interface. Because I have been able to take a look at two new tools today, which I'm sure are going to have a major impact. The have one thing in common and lots of differences. First up is Storyline from Articulate. So what's special?
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OCTOBER 20, 2013 [Authorware, DevLearn] Top 11 to 20 Authoring Tools for 2013
It comes with a “LMS” which is some analytics – similar to what is happening in the space (have to attend DevLearn to find out what that means. Will it replicate those craving for an Authorware return? 'Most – okay nearly all – final ranking lists appear in December, but here at E-Learning 24/7, it is all about breaking the boundaries. Fun Features.
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NOVEMBER 13, 2008 [Authorware, DevLearn] Adobe shows off Captivate 4 and the Adobe eLearning Suite
These are very similar to Flash components and Authorware Knowledge Objects, in that developers are able to create pre-configured logic and visual components which accept parameters when inserted into Captivate. Captivate 4 on Mac Adobe has been hinting about a Mac version of Captivate since at least DevLearn 2007. Well at DevLearn 2008 the hints were brushed aside by this quote from RJ: “people want that and we are going to deliver” Which seems pretty definitive to me. Adobe Captivate 4 addresses this in a wonderful way. 2 – The published project.
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- [Authorware, DevLearn] 2008 - MMVIII eLearning Year in Review
officially dies (actually this post is from 2007) while Director11 is (re)born. The eLearning Guild Annual Gathering 2009 | March 10-13 | Orlando, FL Preparing You for the Next Evolution of Learning DevLearn
2008 Conference & Expo - November 10-14 - San Jose, CAMMVIII (2008) started off visual and mobile to be sure. Its also the International Year of Planet Earth, Year of the Frog, Year of the Potato, and the Year of Sanitation. This conjures up all sorts of visualizations, but I digress. Check out my January Blog archive. 2) VizualThinking took off with VizThink08. MORE >>
- [Authorware, DevLearn] DevLearn and the Adobe Learning Summit!
and the Adobe Learning Summit! was a very early user of Authorware
, Director , and of course, FLASH. This is quite possibly one of the coolest things I've seen in my eLearning career. And that's an industry leading software company focusing a major effort on the eLearning industry and the many elearning developers that have been using their tools to improve the learning process for so many. can't remember how it happened but I became mostly connected with Director. truly loved the tool and used it whenever I could. was involved with the Dir8.5 Am I dreaming? Maybe. MORE >>
- [Authorware, DevLearn] Adobe Summit Day 2 - Authorware and the future of e-Learning
Adobe eLearning Solutions So, Ellen is talking about Authorware
and IT's future in eLearning: 6 part plan 1)Business continuity 2)conversion 3)migration 4)enablement 5)develop the next gen leanring content authoring 6)improved communication Tom KIng will be acting as the Liaison for Adobe and the Authorware
community to help this transition process. Its obvious that the authorware
decison was a tough one for adobe. Because of you, the Authorware
community, they are looking into putting some engineering effort into updating the runtime for IE7 and Vista support. MORE >>
CLIVE ON LEARNING [Authorware, DevLearn] Confused of Brighton
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With the script now 1/3 complete and with a session agreed at the eLearning Guild's DevLearn
2007 in San Jose in November, my mind is turning to how I can convert this script into a half-decent piece of e-learning to show all those folks who come along to take a look. The next generation of authoring tools included a handful of really serious players, notably Authorware
(now with Adobe) and Toolbook (now with SumTotal), both still going although not so strongly. Two situations recently have got me thinking about e-learning authoring tools. Everybody's got an authoring tool. MORE >>
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