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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. What is a rapid authoring tool? Let us now look at the different types of rapid authoring tools.

eLearning Guild Authoring & Development Tools Research Report (2008)

Learning Visions

After my session at ISPI earlier this week, someone commented that what would have really been useful is a list of the top 10 authoring tools in the market. During my presentation, I flashed up on the screen a list of the 122+ tools listed in the Brandon Hall database. And of course, the tool needs to fit the purpose, so one tool won’t fit all. I did dig up the eLearning Guild Authoring Tools Research Report (January 2008).

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Top 10 posts for the year

Janet Clarey

On to 2010… Multi-Generational Learning in the Workplace – Message: designing instruction based on a person’s age is not supported by research. MyUdutu: One of the best kept secrets in e-learning authoring tools – My review of the web-based authoring tool MyUdutu from Udutu. – A mild rant about rapid e-learning tools and roles. According to Google Analytics, here’s the top content for this blog in 2009.

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. Open Source Software.

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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.