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Web-Based Authoring Tools for Scalable eLearning Development: The Time Has Come

Web Courseworks

As more organizations and associations embrace rapid eLearning development to keep pace with new products and services, evolving business needs, and industry and government regulations, the need for distributed authoring solutions that enable collaborative, team-based development continues to grow.

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Time Estimates for eLearning Development

Experiencing eLearning

Front End Analysis: 9% Instructional Design: 13% Storyboarding: 11% Graphic Production: 12% Video Production: 6% Audio Production: 6% Authoring/Programming: 18% QA Testing: 6% Project Management: 6% SME/Stakeholder Reviews: 6% Pilot Test: 4% Other: 1%.

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8 Reasons to Create Interactive Textbooks for Engaging K-12 Students

Kitaboo

If you draw a comparison between the two, i.e., traditional textbooks and interactive textbooks, you will see that e-textbooks clearly fare better than regular textbooks. Low Cost of Production. We now have eBooks that are more than just PDF renderings of print textbooks.

How to Build Compliance Training in 5 Easy Steps

eLearningArt

link] (Click the “Training Requirements in OSHA Standards” link to view the PDF.). Concerns about product quality, warranties, and return rates. Compliance. It’s everyone’s groan and moan workplace learning, but does it have to be?

Top 85 Learning Systems for 2020

eLearning 24-7

Questions covering implementation, product roadmaps and client influence are listed too. As I have done the past few years, the vendors in the Top 50 rankings (those that make it) are placed in comparison, which means, that if you are targeting small business, you are not compared to someone who targets 10,000 plus employees; nor if you are B2B customer training compared to an employee-only system. Biz Library (*). That sounds about right.

2018: This Year in Learning– 109 Curated L&D Articles from 2018

The Learning Dispatch

Paul Boag asks whether we’re compromising our prototypes too soon as we drive toward the final product. In his article for TD Magazine , Anders Gronstedt makes a strong case that virtual and augmented reality isn’t coming— it’s here (PDF). Last year our focus was on pattern libraries.