Hi there,

Just wondering what everyone finds best & easiest to use for e-learning course development this year? Are there any new tools you find useful, particularly any good freeware you recently noticed? I'm starting new courses soon and wanted to check out the recent developments out, currently have captivate 6.

thanks,

Sinéad

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Hi Sinéad

Nothing new but have used UDUTU in the past and it's a pretty good course development tool - free and cloud-based. Jing for 5 min videos. For a small fee (in software terms) recommend Camtasia Studio.

Best

Julian 

Hi Sinéad
Currently using Captivate 6 for elearning courses but have started using a cool little piece of software for developing 'hand drawn white board animation' type videos to explain concepts etc which you can drop into courses or stand alone. It's called VideoScribe, you can get more details on my website and how to get a free 7 day trial http://bit.ly/VEZpQU

Lee

VideoScribe sounds useful, thanks Lee!

Hi

I'm currently using Ispring Converter http://www.ispringsolutions.com/?uid=isconv;6.2.0.3436; to create interactive PowerPoints that are converted to HTML5 but keep their interaction.

With more iPads being used, we've found that lots of e-learning creating software outputs in flash which is no good for iPads.  By converting to HTML5 these resources can be viewed on Smartphones, iPads, Tablets and PC's. Taking the resources to the masses. (Note iSpring offer an Educational discount) 

Another Flash to HTML5 converter is Swiffy (https://www.google.com/doubleclick/studio/swiffy/)

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