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Assima Solutions and Software Training – Is it the Next Best Thing?

CommLab India

If you need a software training platform with powerful editing, translation, tracking, and more, go for Assima Solutions. Considered the world's most advanced systems training platform, it enables the creation of realistic and editable simulations for any enterprise application on any device. Read on for its key features and offerings.

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Assima Announces the Acquisition of Kaplan Learning Technologies by News Editor

LearningGuild

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

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Update on Software Simulations Tools

Tony Karrer

There are some definite issues with some of these tools not really being for the same purpose, but I was looking to get Assima (which comes under EPSS) listed next to Captivate, Camtasia, etc.

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Discussing design

Clive on Learning

You may be interested in a podcast produced a few months ago by IT Training magazine in which Paul Stevens of Assima UK and myself discuss a variety of issues relating to the design of e-learning content. You can download it from the IT Training podcast page - it's episode 9.

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Bridge over troubled authoring tool waters

eLearning 24-7

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. Which if you think about it, who besides a developer or instructional designer purchase this type of product).

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Blended learning supports Xerox rollout

Clive on Learning

Tempted by breakfast at a top London hotel, I sat in this morning on an interesting case study presentation delivered jointly by IT training specialists Assima and corporate giant Xerox. It was interesting that Assima was able to provide support for much of the blend - the supply of tools, content creation and face-to-face delivery.

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Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

Here are the results and the level of exposure to technology tools this community provides: Twitter (2482) Social Network (1999) Wiki (1610) LMS (1346) Podcaster (1239) Facebook (1176) Flash (980) PowerPoint (922) YouTube (843) RSS (814) LinkedIn (798) Second Life (687) iPhone (602) Director (584) Moodle (550) PDF (521) Captivate (515) Wikipedia (502) (..)