Top 10 eLearning Resources You May Not Have Thought Of

eLearning Brothers

The following eLearning resources will help you stay focused and productive during the course development. This open source toolkit enables you to produce interactive learning materials in a productive online environment. Thinking Cap. Guest post by Robert Morris.

Unveiling a Legendary L&D Speaker Lineup at Litmos LIVE

Litmos

You’ll find individual sessions with Clark Quinn, Executive Director, Quinnovation; Shannon Tipton, Chief Learning Officer, Learning Rebels; and Jeannie Walters, CEO & Chief Customer Experience Investigator, 360Connext. Customer Stories & Partner Sessions.

Course Authoring Tools for eLearning Developers and the masses

eLearning 24-7

elearning maker - another product form e-doceo; screenwriting, storyboards, media inserts, selection and moving of elements plus more; a beginner could use some of the features, but a developer has some additional capabilities and flexibilities. That their products are meeting the demand.

And the LMS selection winner is…

eLearning Development

I wanted something that could track courses reliably, integrate with our existing customer extranet, generate basic reports, and be relatively easy to use. There are well over 100 LMS products on the market and they all do mostly the same thing - track training. If money were no concern, I probably would have chosen a different product and expanded the scope of the LMS. In that case I probably would have went with Thinking Cap or SyberWorks.

Award for all awards

eLearning 24-7

They are great to announce to your fellow competitors, general public and potential customers. I huge kudos to Thinking Cap, who has a wonderful list of organizations that hand out awards. RCAT Product of the Year: SCORM Cloud. Open Source Product of the Year (i.e. LMSs – Products of the Year. Social Learning Platform/Product/Solution. Mobile Learning Platform/Product/Solution. Everyone likes to win awards.

OEB15 Review

eLearning 24-7

Getting back to the vendor side though, I saw just a few LMS vendors, some gamification folks, including game based learning, plagiarism vendors – with the same booths as last year (sheesh) and other products in the HE space. Thinking Cap was in attendance.