51 – Easygenerator

easygUP 39 places

Easygenerator is an all-in-one e-learning authoring app to create courses in the cloud.

Website Cost Availability
 www.easygenerator.com Free and Premium versions Online
Past Overall Rankings
2015: 90 2014: 87 2013: – 2012: – 2011: – 2010: – 2009: – 2008: – 2007: –
Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning 2016 Top 100 Tools for
Workplace Learning 2016
Top 100 Tools for
Education 2016
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Some of the comments made by those who selected Easygenerator as one of their Top 10 Tools in 2016

“this is the most user-friendly e-learning tool I have tried, and as a busy professor, I can’t afford to spend a lot of time on online course development.” Chris Wildermuth, University/College teacher, USA

“Easy to use, flexible pricing, and many users supported Powerful training can now done over the internet and for a very reasonable cost.” Steven Guzelimian, USA

“We use Easygenerator to produce attractive, effective learning material. Our eLearning developers like its ease of use, while our subject matter experts like the ability to leave feedback as they review a course. It allows for a very collaborative process.” Stephen Naso, L&D Manager, USA

“This has a bit more of a cookie-cutter feel out of the box, but the ways that pretests and post tests can tie in directly to topic areas in the training make it a great tool for selectively/dynamically marking mastered content in the course as complete based on the user’s pretest results.” Kimball Larsen, e-learning developer, USA

“very easy to use, responsive eLearning authoring tool. We’ve deployed it across our entire organization so anyone can create effective learning!” L&D Manager, USA

Previous comments

“creates a course with clean look. Great for tying objectives to quizzes” 2015

“A e-learning development tool. We use it to produce our own scorm 1.2 modules. It is easy to use, so every one can work with it” 2015

“I like the way it helps you to create courses, with learning objectives”, Despina Kamilali, 2014
“Power and simplicity in content development” 2014