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6 authoring tool features that support international audiences

Making all the right adjustments to your written and media content to make it globally relevant is only part of the battle. Your eLearning authoring tool needs to support properly localized content at a software level. Here we consider the six features you should look out for:

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5 essential authoring tool features for efficient global eLearning projects

Creating great eLearning content for a global organization means balancing a consistent corporate message with the individual needs of different markets. In this article, we take a look at five authoring tool features that will help global organizations keep eLearning projects economical and effective.

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Elearning authoring tools: comparison of 7 major authoring tools [2021 update]

The eLearning Authoring Tool market is varied, with a potentially confusing range of options. Unfortunately, no one tool will do everything—so it helps to break down which authoring tools best fit which use-cases. In this article, we look at seven of the main players, their key features, strengths, weaknesses, and the users who will benefit most from them.

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8 reasons to replace your eLearning content authoring tool

Whether you’re frustrated by or indifferent to your current eLearning authoring tool, you may find yourself wondering if there’s an alternative out there that can get you excited to create learning content. In this article, we look at eight frustrations and red flags common to inferior authoring tools (or those that are just a poor match for your requirements), and why you shouldn’t settle.

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Learning content in crisis? The how and why of moving from Flash to HTML5

The Adobe Flash format, once the primary standard for learning content, will no longer be supported after December 31st 2020. You may still have useful Flash learning content in your curriculum or in your archives. So why is Flash going away, what is going to happen to it, and what should you do with it?

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Stuck waiting for large SCORM uploads? Release courses instantly with an LMS wrapper

Did you know that within the same amount of time that it takes for you to read this paragraph, you can easily upload a large, media-rich eLearning course to your corporate learning environment? For anyone who has seen a SCORM file balloon alarmingly in size with every video they’ve added and patiently waited for the lengthy upload process to finish, this sounds like a fantasy. However, the workaround is real, very simple, and it has the potential to change the way you work.

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5 common myths about eLearning authoring tools busted

The eLearning industry is awash with misconceptions about what authoring tools can and cannot do. This post looks at five common eLearning authoring tool myths to debunk some out-of-date thinking on the best possible use of authoring tools.

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Converting Flash to HTML5: switch now before support ends

It’s the end of an era: the once common Adobe Flash format will be discontinued on December 31 2020. Support will be dropped from all major web browsers on that date. If you haven’t yet moved all of your learning content over to HTML5, now is the time. Our guide will help you through the process.

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