In just one month, the e-learning trade show season will be upon us. While at one time there was little
The world will not end of 12-21-2012, but for many e-learning vendors they are acting as though it was. They are holding back on making decisions that will only benefit their market share.
Too many authoring tool vendors are forgetting that you are the customer and not them. They ignore Mac OS, Windows 8, support and trials. They ignore the fact that people want to know pricing up front. They still believe it is 2000 and you will want to chat. Guess what? They are wrong.
People love to espouse the view that learning management systems require x factors to survive going forward. They love to pitch survival within the confines of the modern business world. They also love to perpetuate myths that lack facts and data to support them.
The E-Learning Zombies have risen up in the past, with their genuine lack of interest to move forward. Thankfully that isn’t the norm, rather the rarity. As these trends are on the rise, the days of the Zombies could be gone. Or will it?
I know its not yet Halloween but its never too late to explore real fears that are facing the authoring tool market.
During the past 14.5 years, I have seen firsthand what works, what doesn’t and what is really going on behind
When we think of “on fire” it typically means something ablaze. For e-learning in 2013, I’m seeing a few features, tools, systems and capabilities that will be HOT.
When you think of course authoring tools the biggest names come to mind – Articulate, Captive and Lectora. But just because they are well known doesn’t mean that they don’t have faults.
Rapid Course Authoring Tools have grown in the past few years, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t products for the developers. They just have to dig deeper. The problem is that some tools are trying to hit both markets and guess what, they are failing.