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.
The e-learning world as a whole is turning into faux perception, with the assumption that what we are seeing is actually the case. It isn’t.
This post is dedicated to my father, Frank J. Weiss, who passed away on 4-7-12. He often found it difficult
In this week’s post, we explore the state of standalone assessment/quiz tools and online proctoring systems. I also discuss Collaborative Learning Systems, formally online authoring systems. Lastly, the latest news on the Podcasts and a one question survey on advanced analytics for administrators.
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.
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
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?
Several trends are emerging in the early part of 2011. While these trends vary – with most being positive, there is a trend that is negative from the consumer’s perspective. These trends cover the entire e-learning landscape.