From Paul Riismandel’s article on the Streamingmedia.com web site:
Online audio and video are vital assets for enhancing and driving teaching in education and elearning. But digital media alone does not an online course make. Lessons come together when there is interactivity—quizzes, exercises, and branching—to go along with the lecture or presentation. The problem for many teachers and instructional designers is figuring out how to create a rich multimedia courses online without having to become application developers.
With the release of its new eLearning Suite, Adobe is attempting an integrated approach to the development of online learning and multimedia similar to the company’s Creative Suite family of applications for web design and media production. … Bringing together venerable tools like Flash, Captivate, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and Connect, the eLearning Suite is intended to make it easier for educators to develop online learning exercises and applications without having to dig deeply into programming ActionScript, and to publish course modules to the desktop, mobile devices, browsers and even live class online classes.
Read the entire article by clicking HERE, linking to Information Today, Inc.’s Streamingmedia.com site.