A trend that is making its way through the LMS market is an increase in one time setup fees.
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.
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.
Liquid Authoring, is a new SAAS rapid content authoring tool. While it has some great features, it is hurt with poor execution and questionable intangibles.
With so many product out in the market, now more than ever, it is imperative to find solutions that are innovative and provide a rich feature set for their end users. These products hit the mark.
My 2010 Rapid Content Authoring Tools Winners, Innovators, plus updated market trends and 2011 competitive needs.
In the LMS marketplace, 20% offer trials, 30% use social media, some are charging storage fees, others forget they are in a global marketplace, and we as consumers are not being heard.
A listing of free quiz and test maker tools that are available in the cloud and for download. Details are listed along with my top three. Links to the products are provided.
The LMS/LCMS market is split into three categories when it comes to social learning – do nothing, barely put your toes in the water or jump in. Those who do nothing or barely place their feet into the water are going to eventually see themselves isolated in this space.
The rapid content authoring tool (RCAT) market has grown significantly in the past two years and will continue to do so. However, what one vendor considers RCAT is different than another, and two trends are noticeably showing up, one good, the other bad.