Training Today: Products and Services (Sept./Oct. 2013)

The latest products and services launching in the training industry.

>>Regionally Accredited Online Schools (http://www.accreditedonlinecolleges.org/ ) is a new online resource that ranks each university throughout the nation by size, degrees offered, tuition costs, admission, graduation, and retention rates.

>> MyKnowledgeMap released version 3 of its ReallyManaging Assessment, a mobile solution for reflective, observational, and workplace-based competency assessment. It enables users to author, publish, and manage simple tests, surveys, and rich assessments on any device, online and offline.

>> Visier launched a new release of Visier Workforce Analytics, which includes benchmarking technology. The new capability allows organizations to measure and compare their own workforce performance against industry best practice experience. Other key benefits include recruitment pipeline and effectiveness analysis, understanding hiring efficiency and effectiveness across recruiters and sources, and analysis costs for hiring and measuring budgets against open and filled positions.

>> Lectora eLearning Software released a new cloud-based on-demand learning management system, Lectora Express LMS. It provides easy publishing, plus content hosting, customization, public or private sharing, report generation, and social features.

>> Adobe debuted Adobe Presenter 9, software that helps users develop desktop videos and e-learning courses from within Microsoft PowerPoint. Users also now can simultaneously capture video feeds of themselves and their screen content, then mix and edit the footage. Once done, finished videos can be published to YouTube and Vimeo with a single click or integrated into PowerPoint presentations.

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