What feature is missing from your e-learning development tool?

I have some simple questions I’d love to get feedback on. I’m curious about what people are looking for in their e-learning authoring tools, specifically: What feature is your current tool missing that you would love to see implemented? Support for team collaboration? Support for themes or custom CSS styling? Support for language localization? A beer dispenser? Etc. What feature does someone else’s tool have that you’re jealous of? For me? I wish the most popular tools (Captivate, Articulate, Lectora, etc.) would output cleaner HTML and JavaScript. I also wish there was less reliance on Flash and PowerPoint. But if …

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Not so crazy about Moodle? Try Chamilo

Tired of Moodle? Former Dokeos developers have forked Dokeos’ open-source code and used it to create a new LMS named Chamilo. It’s basically Dokeos under-the-hood, but with newer features and a new direction.

DevLearn 2009 Recap

(Okay, I admit it… this post is WAY overdue.) Let me begin by saying this is not a rant, but rather an honest account of my impressions regarding this year’s DevLearn. Nearly two months have passed, and when I think of DevLearn I think of two things: Social media gone wild, and hallway conversations. Social Media Gone Wild DevLearn 2009 was absolutely wonderful if you’re into incorporating social media into e-learning. Or should I say “using social media for learning,” without the “e.” Unfortunately for me, I’m not really interested in using social media for learning. I mean, I learn …

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Mac Mini Server

In my last post, I explained my frustration with web hosting services and how this frustration led me to purchase my own server. In this post, I will briefly touch on some of the ups and downs I’ve experienced with the Mac Mini Server and its Snow Leopard Server software.

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