RE: WBT Software

Subject: RE: WBT Software
From: "Thomas Quine" <quinet -at- home -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2000 12:56:43 -0800

> I have direct experience with WebCT and know that it's regarded as one of
> the least expensive and easiest to use of all the development programs. It
> was designed for educational use in the university setting and is used by
> over 1,000 universities for course development.
> See
> - Thom

Subject: WBT Software

Hi List,

A colleague of mine is interested in developing Web-based training. She is
under pretty tight monetary and time constraints. I searched the archives
and did a Web search and the following products are what I found. I was
hoping to hear from anyone who has good or bad experience w/any of these:

-WebCT (?)
-Courseware for Dreamweaver
-WBT from e-learning
-Xtreme Media from Knowledgequest


Anyone with experience or advice, please cc: me directly as I am on digest.

Kelly Williamson
kwcwtech -at- iwaynet -dot- net

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