7 Free e-Learning Tools

by January 18, 2016 0 comments

Here is a list of  few e-Learning tools that help you build professional e-Learning courses with embedded quizzes, surveys, interactions and much more…

1 . AuthorPOINT Lite
AuthorPOINT Lite is a commercial authoring tool which  creates eLearning content by converting PowerPoint to Flash with a PowerPoint plug-in that quickly and easily converts PowerPoint presentations to FlashauthorPOINT Lite. It  is easy-to-use, and provides fast, accurate and high quality conversions of PowerPoint (.ppt, .pps, .pptx and .ppsx)

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2. CourseLab

A powerful  e-learning authoring tool that offers “what you see is what you get”   environment for creating interactive e-learning solutions. It is used for creating high -quality interactive content. It can be used in a variety of  learning initiatives that include technical training, soft skills training and compliance certifications.

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3. GLO Maker

GLO Maker “Generative Learning Objects” is a tool for creating rich, interactive learning experiences. It allows deployment to mobile devices. The software is generally aimed at academic eLearning course designers.

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4. iSpring

 iSpring is a rapid learning authoring toolkit produced by iSpring for developing professional e-Learning courses in PowerPoint with embedded quizzes, surveys, and interactions. iSpring is a fast and powerful e-Learning authoring tool, fully-stocked and easy to use as  aPowerPoint.
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5. LAMS
The Learning Activity Management System is a free open source tool to create and deliver online learning activities. It provides teachers with a highly intuitive visual authoring environment for creating sequences of learning activities.

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6. SmartBuilder

SmartBuilder helps to  streamline the development process with content management and collaboration features that enable your team to work together more efficiently. It provides an object-based authoring environment to make course creation intuitive and straightforward.

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7. ATutor
ATutor is used in various contexts, including online course management, continuing professional development for teachers, career development, and academic research. It is aimed primarily at the academic market and includes custom themes and web-based content delivery.

 

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