Take the eLearning Guild’s Authoring Tools Survey

Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in E-Learning Industry

Are you one of the eLearning Guild’s 26,000 members? There’s a new survey available to Guild members that can help solidify the top industry position of your favorite elearning authoring tools.

To take the new survey:

  • Go to www.eLearningGuild.com and log in.
  • Click Update My Profile from the menu on the left.
  • Click Authoring and Development Tools Survey from the menu on the left under the Surveys heading.

Not yet a Guild member? Learn more about membership.

These are the surveys that help Articulate software earn the recognition — as we did in February this year with Platinum and Gold awards in the Immersive Learning Simulations Member’s Choice Awards — that allows us to continue our innovation in bringing you the best elearning software on the planet.

More recently, as Tony wrote about in the LMS research he helped with, Articulate Online ranked in the top 10 LMSes in overall Guild member satisfaction by small and medium companies (#7) — not bad, especially considering that AO is the un-LMS.

And in case you missed it back in May, there’s a great case study about our tools, written by one of our customers and published by the Guild: Scooter Store’s 1-Person E-Learning Department. You’ll find a link in that blog entry to download the article — a good example of the kind of content you get with Guild membership — in its entirety.

Finally, if you don’t happen to be in Santa Clara this week for the Innovations in Learning Conference (look for Tom), you can catch us in November at the Guild’s DevLearn 2007 conference (look for Mark and Tom). You can learn more about these events and more in the Articulate Calendar.

But first, be sure to take that authoring tools survey!

1 response to “Take the eLearning Guild’s Authoring Tools Survey”


Hi Tom,
i am tring to make some rapid e-content.And you give me lots of idea.

i would like to know if your have any idea to mobile device used by Rapid elearning.

I would be interested in hearing what you say.


Jack // Posted at 3:57 am on September 27th, 2007

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