The Four Categories of Stand-Alone E-Learning Authoring Tools
Published: 12 October 2007
E-learning authoring tools are offered in many forms to address different learning content needs. We outline the taxonomy of these authoring tools to help you choose the right category of tools for your particular needs.
Table Of Contents
- The Four Categories of Authoring Tools
- 1) Web Authoring Tools
- 2) Programming-Based Authoring Tools
- 3) Programming-Free Authoring Tools
- 4) Software Development and Code Editors
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