e-learnig news in brief

e-learning news in brief

– E-learning provider Productivity4you has launched a new authoring package
called QuizGen, which allows training professionals to create either standalone
games or games that can be integrated into learning content and used to test
the learner. A single-user licence is available for £249 (plus VAT).  www.p4you.co.uk

– All of Scotland’s universities, including the Open University, the
Interactive University and the University of the Highlands and Islands, have
signed up as full members of the eLearning Alliance, which aims to promote and
develop the country’s use of e-learning.  www.elearningalliance.org

– Pathlore Software Corporation has released the latest version of its
learning management system. Among the new features is the ability to deliver
blended learning. It also measures the level of employee know-how across an
organisation, helping to align training with business goals.  www.pathlore.com

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