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Instructional design: Choosing the proper authoring tool

Instructional design: Choosing the proper authoring tool - "Searching for the right tool for your instructional design needs? Learn about your options through Holden's capsule reviews of instructional simulation programs and full-service authoring tools." Gene Holden, intecom online, November 2004 Instructional design: Choosing the proper authoring tool "Bear in mind that not all tools are appropriate for all training methods. Buying a tool without doing the research can be a costly mistake." Listed on Selecting content development tools... [E-Learning Centre]

A comparison of Tools for Developing Interactive Academic Web Courses

A comparison of Tools for Developing Interactive Academic Web Courses - These web pages were initially created in 1996 for a presentation on Web Based Instruction for professors and instructors at the University of Manitoba. UMinfo - Web Tools : Evaluation main...From [Edu_RSS]

Evaluating digital authoring tools

Evaluating digital authoring tools - "As the quality of authoring software increases, online course developers become less reliant on proprietary learning management systems, and develop skills in the design of original, in-house materials and the delivery platforms for them. This report examines the capabilities of digital authoring software tools for the development of learning materials." Russ Wild, The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, August 2004 Evaluating digital authoring tools Seven software tools are evaluated, representing the following categories: single purposes; activity creation; course development and presentation; general presentation; testing and assessment. Listed on Selecting authoring/content development tools... [E-Learning Centre]

Construct Author

Construct Author - "Course Authoring tool. Features conversion of MS Office documents into online course; assessment creation - including LMS tracking; SCORM-compliance (if needed); export of courses." Construct Author Download a 30-day trial version Listed on Course authoring tools... [E-Learning Centre]

Presentation Technology

Presentation Technology -

Presentation Technology: "Presentation technologies have been incorporated into numerous applications to enhance the classroom experience and develop better communications among scholars and researchers. In this section, we offer numerous articles that highlight the integration of presentation technologies and new media into education environments."

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Lersus

Lersus - "LERSUS is a SCORM conform e-learning authoring tool & test editor." Lersus Although the main website is in German there are English and Russian pages Listed on Course authoring tools... [E-Learning Centre]

History and future of course authoring technologies

History and future of course authoring technologies

The purpose of this paper is to briefly trace the short, and in some cases short-lived, history of hypertext and hypermedia course authoring software packages.  I will also summarize the early attributes of course authoring software vis-a-vis attributes of new and surviving packages. Bob Jensen, Trinity University

E-Learning Authoring Tools Compared

E-Learning Authoring Tools Compared

E-learning can be powerful and economical, but much of the potential success rests on whether you can provide your training audience with content developed inside your organization. To put legacy and internal content online, you need capable and flexible authoring tools. The key question is: Which tradeoffs do you want to make? And how much support does each tool provide for trainers? This new edition of our hands-on report compares 9 leading tools: Authorware, CBTMaster, Lectora Publisher, Quest, ToolBook II Instructor, Trainersoft Professional, DazzlerMax, Dreamweaver MX, and ReadyGo! The new edition of the report also includes a comparison of leading application simulation authoring tools. A handy comparison chart provides comparative ratings and pros and cons of the products. Training Media Review

PowerPoint to e-Learning Shootout

PowerPoint to e-Learning Shootout

Does converted PowerPoint constitute real e-learning? How dynamic and interactive can it really be? We put 12 teams to the test to find out who has the technology for repurposing PowerPoint presentations into self-paced learning content. We gave each team a sealed envelope containing a 16-slide PowerPoint presentation (used for classroom instruction). The topic was a product knowledge piece (teaching learners about the product features of an Atomic Clock). Each team had only 20 minutes to convert the PowerPoint into an e-learning course. The entire development process occurred live, in front of an average audience size of between 300 to 350 people -- primarily classroom instructors and training managers.

Report on Authoring Systems and Learning Management Systems (PDF)

Report on Authoring Systems and Learning Management Systems (PDF)

This regularly updated report is an overview of authoring systems  and learning management systems available in the UK. PeakDean Interactive Ltd, December 2002

An introduction to authoring tools

An introduction to authoring tools

The term authoring tool is misleading. In fact, when people hear the term for the first time, they often assume it refers to a specialized form of word-processing software for professional writers. In fact, authoring tools go far beyond writing and word processing. E-learning authoring tools enable trainers to integrate an array of media to create professional, engaging, interactive training content, and some make it possible to repurpose digitized elements or learning objects from an existing course for reuse in a new one. Jeff Harris, Learning Circuits, March 2002

Legacy Content Conversion Shootout

Legacy Content Conversion Shootout

The Legacy Content Conversion Shootout was not designed as an exercise in instructional design, rather the intent was to see how well systems handled or converted miscellaneous content items, creating using standard content creation tools like Word, PowerPoint, Flash & Dreamweaver (the most commonly used tools in training). The goal of the Shootout was simply to convert the legacy content into an e-learning course as quickly as possible. The audience could see a digital clock running throughout the event. The finish time was posted for each team at the end of each round.

Choosing a web authoring tool

Choosing a web authoring tool

Selecting a software package is easy for some tasks. For example, standard tools have emerged as superior for editing a photograph or writing a book. By contrast, because the Web is relatively new, the choice is far from clear: there is no preeminent tool for Web site authoring. Dartmouth College

Seminar4Web authoring tool reviewed

Seminar4Web authoring tool reviewed

The puff in Information Transfer's leaflet promises that this is the system you can learn in half a morning and go on to make effective and elegant learning programmes within a matter of days. For a change this is no exaggeration.  Neil Wellman of Network Associates for TrainingZone, 29 May 2001

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