Month: January 2012

An Introduction to Levels of Training

As one gets more involved with eLearning, the question of “what level of learning are you looking for” likely comes up more and more frequently, in one form or another. These sorts of questions generally relate to attempts to classify eLearning and the complexity of its content…which then can ideally be related to the complexity […]

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Authorware and OS X

Adobe’s Authorware product was a mainstay for computer-based training development for years. While the ascent of web-based training, distribution issues, and the rise of Flash led to Authorware’s retirement in 2007, it remains a viable product for some projects (i.e. kiosk-based training). However, without support from Adobe, challenges mount with advances in the underlying Windows and […]

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