In my previous blog, we’ve seen what SCORM is and why we need to make e-learning courses SCORM-compliant. But how do we produce SCORM-compliant courses? Which authoring tool is to be used? What features should the authoring tool have? Well, you need to choose the right authoring tool that has the following four features.
This is a question many training managers ask. These L&D professionals wish to know the time required to develop an online course, as it plays a key role in determining the cost of the course – lengthier the course, higher the cost.
So, what is the right answer to this question? It depends. The time required to create an e-learning course is determined by 6 factors. Let us see what they are.
An e-learning course can be rolled out quickly, using rapid authoring tools, as long as the planning is done meticulously. So, to roll out an e-learning course rapidly, the selection of an authoring tool plays a crucial role. There are some key factors that need to be considered before you purchase an authoring tool.
The two most popular authoring tools creating a buzz in the market today are Articulate Storyline 2 and Lectora Inspire 17.
How can you develop a good web-based course? What does it take to transform your online learning strategy into an effective e-learning material? Among the various aspects you need to consider, the choice of right authoring tool is inarguably the most important. Today, we will examine the factors you need to consider to zero-in on the right online course authoring tool.
Rapid e-learning has become synonymous with online course development in the 21st century, thanks to rapid authoring tools. Why do companies opt for this? What are the reasons for the rise of rapid e-learning development? Our infographic sheds light on these issues.
With rapid authoring tools ruling the roost in e-learning creation, as an e-learning developer, you will look for the best authoring tool to design your course. There are many rapid authoring tools out there, so how will you know what to choose? This post is our endeavor to help you in this tricky area. We will compare two major rapid authoring tools – Articulate Storyline 2 and Lectora 17.
“See any detour as an opportunity to experience new things.”
- H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
You have been delivering training in the traditional, face-to-face classroom environment. All your trainings – be it compliance, onboarding or safety training – this is the route you have always taken. Now, you have a problem. Over the years, your company expanded, welcoming an increasing number of employees. Budgets are not always generous. You also are experiencing more turnover than before. It means, you spend a lot of time, money, and energy in training an employee and when that person chooses to leave you in a couple of months, your investment is wasted.
When it comes to selecting an authoring tool to develop a course, e-learning developers often face a dilemma. Today’s authoring tools have competitive features, can create courses at almost the same speed, and are equally priced. The differences are so minute that making a choice can be difficult.
The world is changing rapidly and so are training requirements in corporate organizations. Technology is also improving to meet these changing requirements. In the e-learning industry, traditional development is being replaced by rapid authoring tools. Rapid e-learning development refers to a new methodology of building e-learning courses quickly as against developing courses in Flash and other legacy tools.