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3 Types of Rapid Authoring Tools for Development

CommLab India

Martin advised John him to go in for rapid e-learning 1 development which uses rapid authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate. Surprised at the revelation, John wanted to know what rapid authoring tools are and how they reduce e-learning development time and costs in a big way. What is a rapid authoring tool? These tools come with many built-in features that make the lives of online courseware developers easy.

2009 Technology Trends That Impact Online Learning

The eLearning Coach

Cloud computing refers to delivering capabilities as an online service accessed from a web browser. Web-based tools for scheduling, project management and documentation increase productivity and enhance personal mobility. Online image editors and other multimedia production tools provide access to a host of new and often less expensive applications. Open Source Software. Also, Open Source software often has a large and supportive community.

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Review of #ASTD2014 International Conference and Expo

eLearning 24-7

On the authoring tool side of the house. dominKnow Claro (#1), Articulate (Storyline #2 and Studio), Adobe Captivate, Lectora and their other offerings, Ancile, iSpring, Litmos Author, TechSmith, Udutu, Allen Interactions and one other I can’t recall, but they were there. A lot of leadership content including a lot of books and their respected authors either in attendance or not. But bring your own satellite dish for the internet.

Tech Toolbox | January 2021

Mike Taylor

<p value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">You may have noticed that my idea for sharing new tools and apps has been a bit sporadic around here. You may have noticed that my idea for sharing new tools and apps has been a bit sporadic around here. It may be a bit counter intuitive to know that creating and sharing these tools is actually easier to do daily than a periodic roundup.

My Moodle Test

Xyleme

Sophia Peters provides another interesting post entitled Deciding Between Open Source and Proprietary Software? In her article, she makes the following assertions: Open source software has grown to include […] an adherence to established standards, which is a high priority for open source software development. Proprietary software has closed standards that hinder further development. I think open source software can be a great viable solution for many organizations.