What are the some of the best rapid authoring tools in the e-learning market?

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Will Philips ebizneeds answered

Can anyone suggest me with the some of the best authoring tools in elearning market


Some of the trendiest authoring tools in the elearning market are:

Articulate Storyline 2: This tool offers a customizable workspace with built-in templates to create fully interactive, immersive, and engaging courses, though with a bit of a learning curve to master the software. Storyline is available in 5 languages, and supports the importing of existing content in the form of PowerPoint slides, as well as content made in previous versions of Storyline, and in Articulate’s other products.

iSpring Suite 8.1: A fully-stocked authoring toolkit, iSpring Suite works as a PowerPoint add-in, and enhances it with a number of features that can’t be found in other eLearning packages. The software turns your PowerPoint presentations into ready-to-use multimedia eCourses, which can be used in any SCORM compatible LMS or Tin Can API enabled LRS or on a regular HTML website. Thanks to the responsive design, your courses don’t require additional attention to make them compatible with any tablet or other mobile device.

Pardiso Composer: The Paradiso Composer, elearning authoring tool, is a specially designed web-based tool used for creating dynamic and engaging elearning content which can be used across multiple platforms. It’s innovative and easy to use design doesn’t require any coding or programming experience to be able to create elearning content. Paradiso Composer also includes various social features that stimulate and shorten the production process.

Adobe Captivate 9: Adobe Captivate 9 is an eLearning toolkit for authoring responsive and interactive eLearning content. It allows you to update your information storyboards containing eLearning elements and publish to the cloud for viewing, no app or additional software required. As with the other software, Adobe Captivate 9 allows you to import your PowerPoint presentations into eLearning projects.

Kamy Anderson Kamy Anderson answered


According to me, ProProfs Training Maker is the best e-authoring tool in the LMS domain. It seems like this would be included in all LMS software out there, but trust me there are platforms which need the users to undergo training to start using it.

What makes ProProfs LMS the perfect one because this cloud-based platform allows creating courses (irrespective of size and volume) five times faster with a simple ‘drag and drop’ feature. While educators favor this online tool for its intuitiveness, students prefer ProProfs LMS because it is an easy-to-navigate system that comes with a series of automated features and streamlined processes. For most users, it’s a simple matter of selecting a theme and then simply house your content. In its simplest form, you just have to add text and media to the pages. Any interactivity associated with a particular page type is pre-built into it, so there’s no coding involved.

Since this LMS platform is SCORM and Tin Can compliant, importing content from other e-learning platforms (that are SCORM and Tin Can compliant) is easy and hassle-free. Apart from being a top-class e-authoring tool, ProProfs Training Maker offers advanced course tracking capabilities that is beneficial for learners and educators both.

andersenlab andersenlab answered

Good day.

I think the rapid authoring tool market is a rapidly growing and highly competitive industry. The leading players in the market are Andersen, Articulate, and Adobe. While all three tools have their own unique features, Andersen’s tool is the most comprehensive and user-friendly. In addition, Andersen provides a free trial so that users can try before they buy. For these reasons, Andersen is the best choice for e-learning authoring.


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