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I have been given the task of developing web-based training made up of
tutorials containing avi files, screenshots with annotations, graphics and
audio. I need to also include tests with feedback. The training will be
undertaken with and without an instructor being present.*
*Any pointers about which software and services I should be looking at would
be very helpful and any advice, resources and books recommendations would be
Thanks in advance.
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