Let’s look at some of the important criteria for the selection of your tools to get the best results.
Flash is the most popular development tool with powerful capability.
A few days back I posted a blog on “The Decision of Whether to Develop or Outsource eLearning”. Now, if you have decided to go with the outsourcing, I’d like to touch upon 5 key criteria you should consider when selecting an eLearning outsourcing vendor partner.
Someone once said “there’s nothing new under the sun”. Except maybe format changes. With social learning being one of the buzzwords today, here are a few thoughts on the topic.
Articulate is a suite of comprehensive yet easy-to-use set of e-learning development tools. It is used to convert power point presentations directly to create an e-learning course. Articulate Rapid eLearning Studio Professional, known as the market leader in rapid e-learning software, is an integrated authoring suite with applications such as Articulate Presenter, Articulate Quizmaker, and Articulate Engage.
Want to take a decision of whether to develop the custom courseware in-house or outsource it to eLearning companies. Well, to be able to take an informed decision, you need to be aware of what goes into a typical course development process and what are its various components, so that you can see if you have in-house capability for each component. In a typical end-to end eLearning solution development process, there is the analysis phase, followed by the design and development phases, followed by the implementation and evaluation phases.
Based on the various factors for evaluating the build Vs buy decision that we looked in the earlier post here is a simplified, consolidated list of the main criteria influencing the buy or outsource decision.
The make-or-buy decision, as defined in the Encyclopedia of Management, is the act of making a strategic choice between producing an item internally (in-house) or buying it externally (from an outside supplier). The buy side of the decision is also referred to as outsourcing.
In the previous post “understanding the various content types delivered via eLearning” we looked at the five basic content types. Now let’s look at eLearning strategies for each of them.
Most rapid authoring tools have a mixed range of functionality when it comes to creating interactive and appealing training content. Let’s look at the pros and cons of some authoring tools that eLearning industries are using extensively for converting ILT materials to eLearning courses.