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Rapid Power Tools: The top performers of eLearning authoring software

By Judy Unrein / May 2012

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  • Mon, 18 Mar 2013
    Post by sharath

    Selection of your authoring tools should be based on your proposed use. You can use one of the tools listed above based on your eLearning requirements; however, you can also use two or three tools together if your instructional needs so demand. The choice of tools should ideally be based on your content types, available skills set, devices on which it has to be deployed, the budget and timelines..I wrote a blog on Best Authoring Tools, I will be be glad if you can give your feedback

  • Thu, 31 Jan 2013
    Post by Katya

    Judy, thank your for the article. I'd love to hear your thoughts on iSpring software.

  • Wed, 31 Oct 2012
    Post by Teresa

    Hi Judy,

    In your review you discuss Captivate 4, do you have thoughts/comments on Captivate 6 and if it is an improvement over previous versions? Thanks

  • Wed, 11 Jul 2012
    Post by norbert boruett

    Judy- This is great write up. Articulate is powerful and once easily upload it on a learning platform. Transmit via CD or DVD.

    Here in Africa as usual we have issues with finance an proprietary software's tend to expensive. Thus hindering e learning production or transmission. DO you have a list of non proprietary tools that we can tweak over here- Once time i used EXE open source. What can you say?