Product Review: MyUdutu, Udutu Teach, Udutu Learn

eLearning 24-7

Company : Udutu Price : Free for MyUdutu, Udutu Learn, Udutu Teach. My Udutu. However, if you choose to use it in combination with Udutu Teach and Udutu Learn, this eliminates that problem, but a new problem arises. You will now have another set of data from Udutu Teach & Udutu Learn, which can be downloaded as a.csv file into say Excel to generate an additional report. Product Review.

8 Steps for an Awesome eLearning Storyboard

eLearning Brothers

Choose a tool that will best support your design elements: •Articulate Storyline •Articulate Studio ‘13 •Lectora •Adobe Captivate •Moodle •Claro •Udutu. Here is an eLearning inforgraphic for Instructional Designers that uses eight steps for an Awesome eLearning Storyboard.

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The Current Top 5 Highest-Rated Learning Management Systems (LMS)

InsiderHub

Udutu Guru© LMS by Udutu (Rating: 4.5 out of 5) Udutu Guru facilitates the management of learners, courses, and complete learning vectors in a customizable, scalable, easy-to-use platform. Find out more about Udutu Guru here.

Articulate – Captivate – HTML5 – 2011 Rapid eLearning Tool Update – March 23, 2011

cogentys

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Reading the tea Leaves in my tabs: Our ecosystem is Commodified

Mark Oehlert

Udutu : . Now Bloomfire and Udutu are emblematic of a class of offerings that commoditize services that used to be huge enterprise purchases.I I read my browser tabs like tea leaves I think. I look across the top row there and I try to discern what the tabs are telling me.

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MyUdutu: One of those best kept secrets in e-learning authoring tools

Janet Clarey

Recently, I’ve been exploring collaborative web-based options for a report I’m writing and was reintroduced to MyUdutu (from Udutu). I spent an hour or so with Roger from Udutu looking at their authoring tool and have to say I’m really kind of blown away as to its capabilities. However, it will cost you $5 per learner/course if you want Udutu to host it for you. Share and Enjoy: Tags: Brandon Hall authoring tools elearning Free udutu

1st update on 10 Tools Challenge 2013

Jane Hart

28- Camtasia 37- Articulate 43- Adobe Captivate 67- Udutu. It has been good to see the varied interest in the 10 Tools Challenge both on my blog and Twitter as well as on other social channels – so here are a few updates.

Daily Bookmarks 04/28/2008

Experiencing eLearning

udutu | Create simulations online with ease. Udutu has a beta system out called UdutuTeach and UdutuLearn to turn social networking sites like Facebook into an LMS. Udutu brings to the eLearning community the world’s first LMS designed to run on popular Social Networks such as Facebook. WebAIM: Blog - 508 and Higher Ed. An analysis of 100 web pages of higher ed institutions showed that only 3 of them met the Section 508 requirements.

Review of #ASTD2014 International Conference and Expo

eLearning 24-7

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. If you attended last week’s show in Washington D.C., you probably left feeling one of the following. Exhausted, but thrilled at everything you attended/saw. Exhausted and hungry – how can you run out of lunches on day one? Thrilled.

Facebook vs The LMS: Can Someone explain this to me?

Mark Oehlert

So please, someone, help a guy out.tell me why more companies aren't like Udutu ? Here are some numbers from the Facebook press room : More than 400 million active users. 50% of our active users log on to Facebook in any given day. More than 35 million users update their status each day. More than 60 million status updates posted each day. More than 3 billion photos uploaded to the site each month.

2009 Technology Trends That Impact Online Learning

The eLearning Coach

An increasing number of organizations are taking advantage of Open Source products, like Moodle and Sakai, for Learning Management Systems and authoring tools, like Udutu, for course production. The arena of online learning is continually reshaped by technological advances.

Rapid Authoring – Freeform Vs Template Based

Upside Learning

Udutu is one of such tool which uses templates for authoring. While working on rapid authored courses (courses authored using rapid authoring tools), I often encounter the decision point of whether to use freeform rapid authoring tools or the traditional template-based tools. Both have their own pros and cons. In this post, I attempt to discuss more on these. Last year, we mentioned that there is a time and place for rapid authoring while opting for it.

e-Learning Authoring Tools Crash Course -- Follow Up

Learning Visions

Janet Clarey of Brandon Hall Research recently wrote up a nice review of My Udutu. We flashed through the list and then took a closer look at these tools, along with a few examples along the way: Flash www.adobe.com/products Captivate www.adobe.com/products/captivate Articulate www.articulate.com Lectora www.lectora.com Udutu www.udutu.com Raptivity www.raptivity.com Atlantic Link www.atlantic-link.co.uk

Best of Elearning! 2015 Finalists Revealed

mLevel

UDUTU. Executives Nominate 100 Solutions Across Expanded 30 Categories for Excellence. Elearning! and Government Elearning! magazines, the industry voices of the enterprise learning and workforce technology market, announced today the Best of Elearning! Awards 2015 Finalists. Readers and professionals from both the private and public sector cast more than 4,000 nominations for the best-in-class solutions across 30 product categories. Winners of each category will be revealed in Elearning!

Rapid eLearning Tools

Tony Karrer

PointeCast www.pointecast.com Qarbon www.qarbon.com SCATE www.scate.com Udutu www.udutu.com Atlantic link scored the highest in the shoot-out. Rapid eLearning Tools Satisfaction from the eLearningGuild Research reported Feb 2007 - Course Authoring and Rapid eLearning Tool Satisfaction See also Software Simulation Tools. Page update Mar 2008. When the above graphic was taken, it shows the overall satisfaction reported by eLearningGuild members about various tools.

New Tool: Create Awesome eLearning Interactions Online

eLearning Brothers

To-date we have tested in Articulate, ProForm, Unison, Captivate 4, Atlantic Link, Adobe Presenter, Udutu, Adobe Connect, Lectora, and Toolbook. Make your eLearning Awesome! Quickly create eLearning Interactions.

First eLearning?

Clark Quinn

Apparently Udutu is free to author in, and there are lots of tools out there, SmartBuilder, Lectora, etc. This month’s Big Question from the Learning Circuit’s blog is, basically, where do you begin? Of course, that begs the question: what do you already know? Design, ID, a tool, ? However, it appears that the question sort of assumes a preexisting master’s in ID/IT.

OK.so this is the kind of innovation I'm looking for in the learning industry.

Mark Oehlert

we build this platform.YouTube for learning.and then we publish the API and people can use the platform and can assign rights using the platform.and others can pull objects thru the API via the platform.now I haven't gotten the iTunes piece figured out yet.but I'd love to see more innovation like this and like Udutu's work in our maket space. (found via TechCrunch ).

The 2nd Annual Open Web Awards - 2 Questions

Mark Oehlert

What about Udutu ? So here we have the 2nd Annual Open Web Awards winners. If you don't know about the Open Web Awards, here is the skinny from their site : "Open Web Awards is the only multilingual international online voting competition that covers major innovations in web technology.

Application Training Programs: What's the Big Deal?

ID Reflections

Preamble The following para from Karl Kapp’s post called Yes, We Should Keep ADDIE, HPT and ISD Models is the trigger for my post. His post is an old one—almost 3 years old—yet extremely relevant in our situation today.

Top 10 posts for the year

Janet Clarey

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

Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

April's Big Question from Learning Circuits is "How to Keep up?" This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. However, being involved in an e-learning community is a big help. For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter. Not only am I often made aware of new tools, but also get opinions, tips, and examples of their use.

eLearning Guild Authoring & Development Tools Research Report (2008)

Learning Visions

Then I went on to show about 12 tools in more detail – some of which would probably make it onto a top ten list (Flash, Captivate, Articulate, and Lectora) – the remaining tools trying to hit at some of the other options out there (Smart Builder, eXe, Udutu, Thinking Worlds, Raptivity, Flypaper, Mohive, and Atlantic Link). 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.

Rapid (Collaborative) Authoring Tools for developers/SMEs in multiple locations

Janet Clarey

myUdutu (Udutu). I’ve been slicing and dicing our Authoring Tool KnowledgeBase and doing some online research in response to a question about collaborative rapid authoring tools that developers in multiple locations can use.

My Moodle Test

Xyleme

A great one is Udutu [link] – a free online application. Home About Podcasts Videos Xyleme Inc. Home > Learning Technologies , Standards > My Moodle Test My Moodle Test October 9th, 2009 Goto comments Leave a comment Talk has been heating up lately regarding the use of open source versus proprietary systems for learning. For example, if you check out Michael Hanley’s blog , you’ll see that he’s dedicated most of his recent posts to this subject.