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October 7, 2015

Top 4 Freeware eLearning Authoring Tools In 2015

Every internet user knows that the online world has been flooded with the word “FREE”. Whatever you search, you always find something like free tools, free software, free books, free consultation, etc. This is great because when you can get something in free, you don’t have to pay for it. However, you can’t be sure about the quality and authenticity of every freeware unless you give it a try. If you are an educator, teacher, author, or designer who is looking for most trusted free-to-use eLearning course authoring tools in 2015, you can try any of the 4 being described below.
by Katherine Brunt
March 19, 2014

H5P: An Open Source HTML5 eLearning Authoring Tool

This article introduces an emerging open source HTML5 eLearning authoring tool called H5P. With H5P, you can create mobile friendly, interactive HTML5 eLearning content directly in a web browser without any technical skills. Like Flash, H5P content is a single file that you can easily administer and move from a CMS to an LMS. Unlike Flash, no plugins are required for the end user and no local eLearning authoring tool installation is necessary. H5P is Open Source and Free to use.
by Magnus Vik Magnussen
December 18, 2012

13 Free Udutu Video Tutorials

Udutu Online Course Authoring Tool is perfect for corporate trainers, software trainers, human resource managers, curriculum designers, sales professionals, account managers and small businesses. Would you be interested for a list of 13 Free Udutu Video Tutorials?
by Christopher Pappas
November 6, 2012

Google Launched An Open Source Authoring Tool

It wasn't a surprise that Google decided to launched an open source authoring tool after the explosion of available Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Google knows better than all how to make a tone of money by providing its services for free. They question is will be successful at the billion dollar plus eLearning Industry?
by Christopher Pappas