Friday, 12 April 2013 10:59
Published in Concepts
Some of the most rewarding moments in my career are times when a colleague or client asks with wonderment, “How did you do that?” after viewing an eLearning module or Just In Time training tool or resource I have created. My initial reply to this question is nearly always to list the learning technologies I used. I guess that somewhere in my mind I expect them to go out, get a copy of the software and start using the tool themselves, and so they really need this information. Silly, I know but without these tools, my job would be a lot harder.
Tuesday, 02 April 2013 16:05
Many eLearning courses are like a PowerPoint; click the page and move ahead. These are linear courses that measure progress based on screens viewed, and upon completion report a pass or fail to the Learning Management System. But you don’t have to settle for this anymore!
Sunday, 02 December 2012 12:08
At the List of Authoring Tools: Part 3 you will find 37 Authoring Tools for the creation and development of online courses. Total number of Authoring Tools 127!
Saturday, 17 November 2012 20:01
Have you heard of Opus Pro? At this post I will reveal the secret that was well kept since 1995!
Sunday, 04 November 2012 17:34
Published in General
For many organizations, the authoring tools, are one of the most significant software for developing eLearning courses.
Tuesday, 18 September 2012 11:40
One of the greatest struggles I see withÂ Instructional DesignersÂ is trying decide which rapid authoring tool to purchase and spend their limited time learning. Generally, it's a choice betweenÂ Articulate,Â CaptivateÂ andÂ Camtasia StudioÂ with Camtasia running a distant third (unless software demos make up the bulk of the training).Â