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). Tags: Rapid eLearning eLearning Development eLearning Technology Frameworks Rapid Authoring Tools 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?

5 Advantages of using Adobe Captivate 9

CommLab India

HTML5, SWF (Flash), iOS and Android devices, also the leading Tin Can-(xAPI), SCORM- and AICC-compliant LMSs are the formats supported by Captivate. Learning Technology Adobe CaptivateAdobe Captivate has been a top choice for creating dynamic and engaging e-learning for quite some time now. Creating top-notch software simulations/tutorials has always been its biggest strength.

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Developing An eLearning Player?

Upside Learning

The considerations mentioned here would, however be applicable to any other (development technologies) eLearning player too. Choose the right technology – before you start developing an eLearning player it’s important to decide on the development tool and technology. 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.

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LMS Review: Litmos

Talented Learning

The Litmos LMS is a modern, pure cloud-based LMS designed for small and medium organizations with straightforward learning management technology needs. Litmos by CallidusCloud is the fastest growing learning technology company in the world, supporting more than 4 million users in 130+ countries and 24 languages. Litmos’ leadership team has a combined 140 years experience across the technology and learning domains.” 2004, AICC, xAPI.

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