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A Knockout Year for Lectora

eLearning Brothers

It was a pretty big year for Lectora. At the beginning of 2013, we were graced with Lectora 11, or—more properly—Lectora Inspire version 11. Rounding out this brilliant new Lectora 11 were new versions of Flypaper, Camtasia, and SnagIt. In Lectora 11.3,

Product Review: Lectora Snap! Empower

eLearning 24-7

Lectora’s Snap! Lectora Snap! Empower on the other hand does work, since it is a self-contained product and does not directly go into PowerPoint 2010 (but you can upload PowerPoint slides into it). rather than the “slides” thing – which I hate.

Choosing Amongst the Top Elearning Authoring Tools to Create Effective Training Content Tailored to the Diversified Learning Needs

G-Cube

Elucidat uses a library of pre-built templates to help authors create an exceptional experience for all. It also supports social polling, gamification, and other features to impart a personalized and adaptive learning experience. Lectora.

LMS Review: Docebo 7

Talented Learning

It can manage elearning, ILT, dozens of languages, social integration, gamification, virtual classrooms and ecommerce. Of all the LMS solutions we’ve reviewed , Docebo offers one of the most robust and fastest growing connector libraries. Social/Collaboration Features.

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9 Elearning Authoring Tools: Comparison and Review

Elucidat

Elucidat comes with an extensive library of pre-built templates that helps even novice authors create great-looking interactive experiences. A central asset library means colleagues can share assets, and replacements can be made across multiple courses in one click. Lectora strengths.

85+ Top Tools & Resources for Course Creators

learnWorlds

Lectora Inspire. Lectora is the powerhouse in the authoring tools coming with libraries of assets, templates and flexible. Lectora Inspire is the choice of experienced trainers and academic course creators that look for the best-in-class authoring tool. Apart from the ones that are already in the library, you can either edit them or create yours entirely from scratch. The tool can be accessed through the website, social media or via email.

52 eLearning Experts Share their Best Tip for Creating Engaging eLearning

eLearningArt

Having content pushed on us in the form of bullets and slides is clicking boring. He has created one of the world’s largest image and template libraries that helps eLearning developers build better training. Don’t just start loading content onto slides.

LMS, LCMS, Content Authoring: Exploring eLearning Tools

WBT Systems

Social learning and gamification features, such as digital badges , can help to increase engagement with education programs and participation in community discussions. PowerPoint Slide Presentations.

State of the Authoring Tool Industry

eLearning 24-7

The other huge issue is that the course terms of chapter-page-lesson/scenario and so forth has turned into “slides” As an added bonus, some products do not enable folks to have a TOC or even push or mention of it. Layout screen – slides or whatever you wish to call them on the left side, the building of the course in the middle. I’ve seen a few vendors offer the “hierarchy” option rather than the slide look on the left side.

Tips for Small L&D Departments: An Interview with Emily Wood

Convergence Training

So is it worth it to you to spend $1,200/year to get one of the two really big elearning software platforms, but then you get support and you get graphic libraries and you get people who know what they’re doing. We usually have them in the public library.

LIVE BLOG - Craig Weiss 'eLearning 2020' Seminar

Unicorn Training

If want to do something with 30 slides is that really going to work on a phone? Colloboration/social media & MOOCs and the future of learning Social media in business - 3 types of software people use Bloomfire, YaMma, Needs buy in from top - if CEO does it people follow. Social media is really good for company relations but not traditional eLearning as can't be quantified. Collaboration, Social media and MOOCs – the future of learning?