Back from MAX and Elearning Events Updated

I’m back from the Adobe MAX Conference where I did a session on Elearning Standards. I hope to get my content posted to the Adobe site this week. If you missed MAX, John Dowdell has nice terse summaries and links to the relevant detailed summations. The more punctual speakers already have their presentations available on […]

Open Source LMS Projects

Is getting an LMS accepted and running already so much of a challenge that training managers and departments won’t even consider an open-source LMS? There are quite a few open-source LMS projects going on in the academic world. I’m not sure how many of these have significant commercial implementations. There is of course, Moodle, and […]

Quick Links- Comics and PENS

Two quick and mostly unrelated links to discuss. Mark Oehlert references a great book, Understanding Comics by Scott McCloud, which I first saw back when I was working on training for the F-22 figher in the 1990s. Yes, even fighter pilot training can benefit from storyboarding, communication and visualiztion tips from comic art techniques. Anyway, […]

New Cool Tool- Articulate Engage

Articulate Engage is an awesome tool to add to your rapid elearning quiver. It isn’t the standard PowerPoint-to-Flash tool, nor is it another capture-based tool like TechSmith Camtasia or Qarbon ViewletCam. Engage gives you interactions that break out of the rapid elearning tutorial "box" that can corner you into only "click next to continue" or […]