But which tool do you recommend?
Here comes the hard part for us when it comes to this question. We work with a lot of authoring tools, so we intentionally won’t answer this question definitively. We can’t.
Some authoring tools use our Rustici Driver to enable their tools to support SCORM, AICC, xAPI and or cmi5, and some should. The whole client/prospective client thing is a little bit of a problem because any recommendation we make would be colored by the commercial side of things. Add to that the fact that what we know is SCORM and other learning standards, not content authoring, and we really shouldn’t be making recommendations. Every tool on the market has unique features and benefits. The only common factor here that we are well suited to have an opinion on is how they support the eLearning standards.
So while we won’t tell you which authoring tool you should use, we will share which authoring tools use Rustici Driver. This is not to say these tools are better than others when it comes to features and functionality. We are passionate about how important it is for a tool to handle the eLearning standards well and we know that these tools are strong in that category, because they are backed by Rustici Driver.
Authoring tools that use Rustici Driver (in alphabetical order) include:
For a more expansive list of available authoring tools, check out this list from Capterra.
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