dggb650
Sep 12

Authoring Tools

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Hi , could someone explain to me the differences between open eLearning tools and Authoring tools. As this question implies, I am rather new to eLearning and currently using Storyline 360.

jenny.russo
Sep 26

Hi there! I found a great site that compares various authoring tools, their pros and cons. Check out https://www.elucidat.com/blog/elearning-authoring-tools/ . I've used Storyline 3 and love it since it has similar functionality to PowerPoint. The best way to find out what will work for you: download the trials and play!

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