1. I did look it and wrote about it in Linkedin group page. I like it, but it is ideal for adding pieces into an exisitng authoring tool or a course. A good fit though for some folks.

    1. I think it has its place in the space, but I do not see it as many othes do as a pancea for creating great courses. Open source products can do amazing things, but up to a point, it is an issue I see with other Open source products in our space. You have to have a great on-going community, repeated updates, assets, and evolving technology. All challenges.

  1. Hi Craig. Thanks for your recommendation. However, I wanted to make you aware of something that is incorrect. You can have your course that you create in gomo on your own LMS. No problem. You can create a SCORM or xAPI package and upload to your own LMS like with many other tools. Hope that clarifies things.

  2. Domiknow is the worst by far building interaction and frames is tough, one update and the whole course breaks, image labels cannot be adjusted with a keyboard only through mouse, if you use text box instead it breaks in document mode. Only good thing you can add references and citations with ease especially for medical courses, but i think that can be done in storyline now too. Will try GoMo and see. Evolve is still in niche stages. I think you should also test walk me and epiplex

    1. Paul Schneider, VP of dominKnow, provided this response:

      Thanks so much for your feedback. Based on your comments, I do suspect you are using an older version of the dominKnow solution. Something unique to the world of cloud software that we offer is the ability for some clients to control the cadence of their releases. In response to your specific comments, one area you speak of is image labels and the creation of single source documents that produce both a responsive print document and interactive eLearning content. Most solutions settle for a print screen of an eLearning course, which is satisfying, as long as your course has little to no interactivity. For dominKnow the print version of a course is an editable responsive Word document representing everything in the course, rather than a single layered screen shot. This gives you a content accurate document, unlike a screen shot, but naturally the representations of two fundamentally different content approaches will flow differently. We’ll be bringing some exciting advancements in this area early next year with options utilizing the best of both approaches (responsive and layered pixel) in your document export. In respects to automatic creation and formatting of citations and footnotes, thank you. Yes, this is a tremendous time saver in not only the creation, but quality assurance of these reference materials that you won’t find in Storyline or most any other tool. Last, in terms of interaction building and updates. It sounds like you have a specific issue and we would love to help, just drop a line so we can assist. When it comes to interactivity, we think you will be hard pressed to find elsewhere the flexibility and power that dominKnow offers, especially for responsive content design.

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