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Coming in April 24, 2014 – Battle of the eLearning Tools! March 20, 2014

Posted by stephanieF in Announcements, e-Learning Tools.
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Have you ever been in a situation where you found yourself debating which eLearning development software was the right tool for the job? Which tool will give you everything you need with the least amount of tweaks and workarounds?

This session will be an open forum where we’ll walk through several scenarios as time permits related to designing and developing eLearning for system applications (simulations) and business processes, and developing graded quizzes, and addressing LMS compatibility. We’ll discuss/debate the pros and cons of popular tools such as Articulate Studio (Presenter, Quizmaker, Engage), Storyline, Captivate, and Lectora. Is there perhaps another OTS tool that you use every day?  For sample scenarios, please see the PDF below about this upcoming eLearning SIG session.

April 2014 SIG_Battle of the eLearning Tools_v2

Note: As an open forum everyone is welcome to participate – even if you don’t have a lot of experience and just want to learn more about the tools. For those with experience, come prepared to defend your favorite tool!

We’ll keep score and see which tool comes out ahead in each scenario. If you’d like to share a short sample in defense of your tool just let me know in advance (your demo must be less than 2 mins.). Our email: astdphl.el.sig@gmail.com

After the session we’ll post the scores and key notes from our session on this blog and ASTD Greater Phila. LinkedIn site.

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