New Authoring Tools. Which One is Right for You?


President, D3 Training Solutions
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    Tue, Feb 21, 2023 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
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The quality of your eLearning can directly impact profitability and business outcomes. Pretty pictures and slides are rarely enough to move the bar. 

Once you start with a solid instructional design strategy, which tool best supports your current and future vision? And most importantly, which tool will help you execute it efficiently? 

While there are many great authoring tools to develop eLearning, they widely vary in focus, approach, strengths, and weaknesses. Skill level, time constraints, and price are typical factors, but what else do you need to know?

Join Chris Paxton, President of D3 Training Solutions and regular TMN speaker, to review 10 considerations to help you make the right choice. She uses all the major authoring tools throughout her career - and can help you make a great choice!

About Chrisanna (Chris) Paxton McMillin, M.S.Ed

Chris Paxton McMillin, President of D3 Training Solutions, and trusted consultant of ELB Learning, Interactive Advantage Corporation, and YouAchieve Canada has over 30 years’ experience in training & development. For the last 20 years, her focus has been on distance learning, designing, developing and delivering courses, “the 3 D’s of” D3 Training Solutions. Her favorite topics to speak on include inclusivity and accessibility, instructional design, and Lectora, presenting for Training Magazine, The Learning Guild, HR.Com, The Brandon Hall Group, ELB Learning, and Training, Learning and Development Community (TLDC).  She is also the co-author of “Accessibility and Inclusion in Learning Design”, “Making eLearning Accessible 2021”, “Lectora by ELB: 2022 Edition”, as well as the author of “How to Select the Right eLearning Authoring Tool”.

Chris holds an MS in Adult and Occupational Education, focusing on Distance Learning and a BS in Journalism: News Editing; both from Oklahoma State University. Since December 2000, she has been an adjunct Business and IT faculty member at Tulsa Community College and is a volunteer with the Lectora Accessibility User Group (LAUG).

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