Expectations From eLearning Authoring Tools

Upside Learning

Should be able to import external Flash SWF as well as audio and video in variety of popular formats. 2004, AICC). Functionality of some kind for offline tracking if courses are not being delivered from any LMS. I came across this mind map by Cammy Bean which covers nearly all the tools available for creating/authoring eLearning content. She tries to find answers to three simple questions regarding each tools mentioned in the mind map –. When do I use it?

Developing An eLearning Player?

Upside Learning

Think various delivery modes – the eLearning player should be easily portable to multiple delivery modes [like offline EXE, online without LMS, online with LMS]. swf, *.flv, Though SCORM and AICC are standards but different LMS interpret some of the commands/APIs in a different manner so it’s advisable to check this in advance. An eLearning player is a building block for more conventional [one with back and next for navigation buttons] eLearning courses.

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Review of Snap by Lectora and how it stacks up against Articulate

Unicorn Training

swf) can be imported with ease and re-sized accordingly. CD-Rom: For standalone, offline courses.CourseMill: A paid for LMS service by Trivantis.LMS: For deployment on a SCORM or AICC compliant LMS.One slightly worrying thing I noticed when publishing courses from Snap is that the entire course (i.e. What is itSnap by Lectora is a new rapid eLearning development tool created by Trivantis (creators of Lectora).With