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Top 10 eLearning Authoring Tools Articles

Here are the best practices of elearning authoring tools you should be aware of. Please add your faves to the list so i can add more. And don't forget to vote for your faves!.

What is an eLearning Authoring Tool?

Let’s start with a simple definition: eLearning Authoring tools are used to create eLearning lessons. These tools have been around much longer than most people know. When asked, many guess that they started coming on the market recently or perhaps back in the 1990s. The truth is the National Science Foundation funded the first authoring tool, called PLATO, way back in 1960, and then another in 1967, called TICCIT. Both spawned many other authoring tools over the years.

Benefits of Cloud-Based eLearning Authoring Tools

Cloud computing typically consists of delivery of software services, computing power, and data storage via the Internet. A key benefit of cloud computing is its infinite on-demand scalability, which desktop computers can’t readily provide. As an organization grows, sustaining and maintaining the ever-increasing volume of content requires expanded storage, more publishing power, and better content.

How to Create eLearning Content Efficiently

There’s more than one way to skin a cat and there’s more than one way to create eLearning. As most organizations look to automate and improve efficiencies in all aspects of their business, many neglect the importance of doing the same with their learning programs. Keep reading to learn about the benefits and best practices that high-performing L&D teams use to optimize and automate the way they build eLearning to drive business value, build high performing teams, and deliver great learning experiences.

5 Tips for Maximizing Your Learning Content Investment

Stuck in inflexible pages, much of today’s learning material remains trapped in traditional formal vehicles like eLearning courses or presentations. As a result, learning content – and the time and effort that goes into it –is often poorly leveraged. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Designing eLearning Courses for International Audiences

When designing eLearning courses for international audiences that are some very important considerations that need to be made.

General Best Practices for Designing eLearning Pages

Quick tips and tricks to eLearning page design.

General Best Practices for Designing eLearning Courses

eLearning courses are different from learning through reading manuals, watching videos, researching on the web, or participating in instructor-led training. That means they should be designed differently to help ensure it's a successful part of your training program.