It is an exciting time to be in the e-learning space, because what I am seeing and hearing in just the past six weeks shows promise for all involved. Yet, with all the good there is bad.
The end of the year is nearly upon us and with that, let’s take a look back for 2012 in e-learning
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.
During the past 14.5 years, I have seen firsthand what works, what doesn’t and what is really going on behind
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.
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.
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.
HTML5 is on its way, with stronger video/audio, multimedia capabilities far superior to Flash. What this means to e-learning, is the power to change the playing field, do more than ever before and take your learner to the next level.
There is no reason to drop hundreds of dollars for Dreamweaver CS3, CS4 or CS5, especially since there are plenty of open source competitors out there that can mimic Dreamweaver in many areas and even surpass it on other levels.