RE: Developing CBT courses

Subject: RE: Developing CBT courses
From: Tara English-Sweeney <tesweeney -at- novadigm -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2000 13:38:37 -0400

Hi Valerie. I worked with Authorware for many years (from version 2.0 -
and found it to be a wonderful product. Over the years, I evaluated other
products, but Authorware usually won out. I can't imagine finding a single
product [ever] that does everything you want. But, I was always able to
figure out a way to get the results I was looking for. If you're looking
quick and easy, it may not be the way to go. But, if you're looking for a
strong product to grow with - it may be the one for you.

I would, however, forget tech support. Join the AWARE list. It's a friendly
bunch, with lots of expertise. Just be sure to RTFM to avoid being flamed
Or, tell them you are evaluating the product.

I'd be glad to chat with you more off-line about software and CBT in
general. Just e-mail me.

[I have no relationship with Macromedia.]

-----Original Message-----
From: Valerie Hazel [mailto:vhazel -at- booksys -dot- com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2000 10:11 AM
Subject: Developing CBT courses

I am charged with the task of designing Computer Based Training classes for
our software products and I could use any advice that anyone has to
offer. What software is best to use? I've been investigating some
Macromedia products, but I have had some trouble running the trial versions
of Dreamweaver and Authorware and I've gotten no help from their tech
support staff. Does anyone have anything positive or negative to say about
Macromedia products for developing CBT classes? What about other software
packages? Can anyone suggest some reading materials that might be useful
in the development process? Any other related advice or personal
experiences on what I can expect over the course of this project would be
greatly appreciated.


Valerie Hazel

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