by Joe Ganci
If you have been in the eLearning field for a while, you are used to online course libraries that offer only the SCORM files for the courses. Yukon Learning has launched a promising product that provides some unique twists on a familiar idea, by including all the source files used to create and publish the course.
Procurement practices often tend to favor (not always intentionally) the proprietary software business model. This means that organizations may miss out on the benefits of looking at all the source options. In this article, the author presents the case for modifying the practices to consider the factors influencing the purchasing decision.
by News Editor
(Press Release) From the standpoint of engineering and functionality, iSpring’s authoring tools stand alone at the top of their categories. The company now offers a free version of its iSpring QuizMaker 6.0 program, with the same quality and usability as the professional version.
Not-for-profit organizations always have the challenge of reducing costs and streamlining operations, and this is even truer in times of economic uncertainty. A key support for this is the way that these organizations manage and develop their people. Here’s how Sutter Health is meeting the challenge with the help of talent management technology.
by Mark Lassoff
To make your Web content look and work as you require, you will need to learn another language: Cascading Style Sheet language, usually just referred to as CSS. While this may sound a little daunting, the basics are really quite simple. This month’s tutorial and video will get you started!