eFront LMS

We wanted eFront LMS to be good. We really wanted it to stand up to the kind of scrutiny and testing we put all our eLearning platforms through. However, during our eFront LMS review, we came to the conclusion that it’s just not quite as comprehensive or intuitive a system as the...
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DigitalChalk

DigitalChalk is a great example of an eLearning tool that tries to be good at everything, and mostly succeeds. Yes, “mostly” is the operative word here. DigitalChalk’s two main goals are in the training and course creation ouvres, but it attempts to offer several other services...
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Kenexa Learning Suite

If you aren’t familiar with the Kenexa Learning Suite, it’s probably because until very recently, the product was known as OutStart. While the name has changed to something much more difficult to spell in total defiance of the way names are usually changed, the nature of the...
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BlackBoard

BlackBoard is probably the most comprehensive learning tool available online today. This tool offers not only an unparalleled amount of support, but also features so massive and varied that it would be difficult to name them all by ourselves. BlackBoard is a leader, and has been...
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Moodle

If you’ve been big into the eLearning community for a while, you’ll already know the name “Moodle.” This eLearning tool is gaining a lot of popularity across the world with more than 86,000 registered sites and almost 8 million individual courses. The ease of use, as well as...
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Skillshare.com

If Udemy is a website aimed at helping professionals reach a wide range of students, SkillShare is aimed at helping talented amateurs make a fantastic career out of teaching. This website is very focused on the student and teacher parts of the equation. As an eLearning tool, it’s...
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Udacity.com

Udacity is a different kind of eLearning site than we’ve reviewed so far, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less fantastic. In fact, we were highly impressed with Udacity’s mission statement, which is that “The lecture is dead.” We wouldn’t go THAT far, but there are certainly many...
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Articulate.com

Articulate is slightly different from the other product reviews we’ve put up so far. For one thing, Articulate isn’t the kind of open-source, free platform that Siminars and Udemy are. It has the same kind of community for eLearning platform materials, but isn’t the same sort of...
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Udemy.com

Udemy is as good a site as most instructors are likely to find. Although the ease of use and course offerings are JUST shy of our number one pick, Siminars, we still honestly believe that Udemy is a fantastic pick for anyone looking to create courses online for public dispersion....
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SIMINARS.COM

The first online eLearning course creator we tried was Siminars, and we’re so very glad that we did. This is a fantastic website for teachers and coaches where they can create courses and distribute them to their students easily over the Internet. Siminars eLearning Tool: Summary...
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