Here it comes – or soon to be coming – CMI-5, the next gen of course standards
Latest rankings for the top authoring tools. These rankings will be updated in July and then the final list in December, which will feature the top 25.
With TechKnowledge 2011 right around the corner, a listing of products that will have mini-reviews posted on my Linkedin Group, full reviews posted on my blog and some quick comments on e-learning trade shows.
There are many traps out there in the e-learning marketplace, nowhere more often seen then in the LMS market. Five traps are listed with identifying markers and how to avoid them. Plus, the new E-Learning 24/7 Blog Linkedin Group – an extension of E-Learning 24/7.
My 2010 Rapid Content Authoring Tools Winners, Innovators, plus updated market trends and 2011 competitive needs.
What is going on down there in the LMS market? Mobile learning? Crossing into Talent Management? Acquisition? Tablet confusion? Browser Agnostic? Something is definitely going on down there..
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.
APIs and Mashups enable you to have new features and capabilities within your learning management system, CMS and even your learning portal. Take your system to new heights and your learners will thank you. The possibilities are limitless.
SCORM Cloud has the possibility to become a real game changer, with its capacity to have SCORM 2004 compliant courses, uploaded from the end user in the “cloud” and the ability to test, deploy and report all in the “cloud”, regardless of your solution.
LMS/LCMS vendors are now pitching mobile learning, social learning and everything you can imagine, yet they still are living in a time warp from the 1980’s when it comes to great service to the client/customer, true emerging technology and real time support.