Selecting an authoring tool is no easy task. In much the same way as finding a house, you need to decide on the features, location and price.
The current state of the authoring tool industry includes some ho-hum features along with some new possibilities including actual gaming course building.
Here are the top ten authoring tools for 2013, along with some interesting ghost factoids. It’s the Halloween Edition of E-Learning 24/7.
The latest course authoring tool trends.
Due to popular demand, here are my authoring tool rankings #11 to #20 for February. Next update is in July.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.