The RCAT market is starting to really show their hand. While some features are becoming more and more common, others are slowly growing. Yet for all the wonderful capabilities, the market is still struggling with adding features that set them apart.
Five trends and forecasts for 2012. Augmented Reality/Kinect, Social Learning, Mobile Learning, Talent Management, SaaS only systems. Plus two added bonuses: emerging market you should be exploring and online authoring systems.
I know it isn’t December yet, but it is time to announce the Best of the Best in Content Authoring Tools. Ten authoring tools that are exemplary, beyond just the same ol same.
Adobe announced on Nov. 9, that it is ditching Flash for mobile devices and instead focusing on HTML5 development. This is the right move. For HTML5 fans, vindication. For Flash fans, shock. Isn’t life great?
DevLearn offered an opportunity to see where some vendors in the RCAT marketplace, perceived the market to be heading. It’s all about forecasting the market and for some, they were way off. Thankfully, there were many more, who weren’t.
There are 124 vendors in the content authoring tool market, and as such new trends are starting to appear.
Latest e-learning news, including the E-Learning 24/7 software shootout, content authoring tool directory, LMS news and notes
Raptivity features a lot of interaction models, but it fails to deliver due to a UI that requires too many steps and a plethora of “previews” that appears in your interaction window, but not actually in your Essentials pack.
The LMS/LCMS/Learning Portal market continues to be strong. Make no mistake about it, the worry signs that the LMS is
E-Learning vendors, specifically content authoring tools and LMSs have failed to listen to end users when it comes time for emerging technology and its incorporation within their products. A survey conducted by E-Learning 24/7, is speaking loud and clear, so will e-learning vendors finally listen?