Google Launched an Open Source Authoring Tool
Course Builder is targeting in all educational levels. From K12 to Higher Education. However, it seems that they did not consider the corporate education. Google hopes that teachers, educators, and professors will use Googles' Authoring Tools to teach online courses whether the students are 10 or 100,000.
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However, almost all the tools do that. So, why to use Course Builder?
At the first experimental step more than 20,000 students completed the Power Searching course out of 155,000 students that registered for the course.Least but not last... If you respect yourself as an eLearning Professional you have to try Course Builder and come with your clues. If you try Course Builder please let me know your thoughts! Highly Appreciated! You maybe interested at:
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