The Main Difference Between Good And The Best eLearning Software

Thanks to eLearning software, it is possible to learn from all around the world. But when you need to choose software for studying remotely, you’ll be faced with so many options in it. And there’s a big difference between good and the best one. That’s actually what we’re going to discuss today. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

PowerPoint-Based eLearning Tools – Part 3: Articulate Studio 360

This is Part 3 of a 3-part analysis of 3 PowerPoint-based eLearning tools: Articulate Studio 360, Adobe Presenter 11.1, and iSpring Suite 9. As an independent consultant, I have the pleasure of owning all 3 of these tools and have used them at one time or another for client projects. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

PowerPoint-Based eLearning Tools – Part 2: Adobe Presenter 11.1

This is Part 2 of a 3-part analysis of three PowerPoint-based eLearning tools: Adobe Presenter 11.1, iSpring Suite 9, and Articulate Studio 360. As an independent consultant, I have the pleasure of owning all three of these tools and have used them at one time or another for client projects. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

PowerPoint-Based eLearning Tools – Part 1: iSpring Suite 9

This is Part 1 of a 3-part analysis of three PowerPoint-based eLearning tools: iSpring Suite 9, Adobe Presenter 11, and Articulate Studio 360. As an independent consultant, I have the pleasure of owning all three of these tools and have used all of them at one time or another for client projects. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Microsoft Office Mix [RIP]: Why Was It Offered At All?

This post-mortem analysis article raises many questions regarding: (1) Microsoft’s termination of its 2D content development/production solution Office Mix, and (2) Microsoft’s replacement of Office Mix with a widely criticized ‘transition’ solution. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Top 5 Reasons To Add iSpring Suite To Your eLearning Authoring Toolbox

Recently, iSpring released the new version of its powerful toolkit for eLearning authoring. iSpring Suite 9 contains a number of groundbreaking features, making a great set of apps for many eLearning authoring needs. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Discussing The New iSpring Suite Version 9

I started using iSpring just before version 6.0 was released. This was right around the time when Flash was announced obsolete, and we had to start thinking of the future of eLearning. Quite a few years have passed since, and iSpring has kept up to date throughout the evolution of HTML5. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Top 10 Features Of Trivantis Lectora Inspire 17 For Responsive eLearning Development

Today, Trivantis Lectora Inspire 17 is one of the leading authoring tools used for responsive eLearning development. In this article, I pick its top 10 features and show you how you can further enhance its capability with customization. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

4 Reasons Why Page Progress Indicator Implementation Is Vital For You

For your learners to have the best possible experience, they need the ability to easily navigate your content and keep track of where they’ve got to. The new Page Progress Indicator from Elucidat will help you make your scrolling pages the best they can possibly be. Here are some ways how.

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Adapt Learning Review: Create Responsive, Multi-Device Courses

This is a review of an eLearning authoring tool I have been using in the past year; Adapt Learning. It creates responsive multi-devices courses that can be integrated into a Learning Management System.

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