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 I'm never sure what updates people will see, but I wanted to alert people that I've made a small update to my page: Software Simulation eLearning (w/ links to Tools) The update primarily added some data from the eLearningGuilds Research at the bottom of the page - eLearning Tools Satisfaction.

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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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?

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. They found some issues with audio and video, but have told me that with a new update coming soon, they expect this to be resolved. Let’s start of with a scenario. You go into an ice cream store.