Provide pre-configured models for different types of e-learning materials, such as lessons or quizzes. This makes it easier for users to create materials, since they don’t need to be designed from scratch.

Multimedia tools

Allow users to upload and integrate multimedia files (i.e., videos and images) into e-learning resources, as well as do basic editing on these files.


SCORM is a set of technical standards that e-learning solutions must follow. Products with SCORM support help users create materials that can be combined and integrated with any other SCORM-compliant materials.

Testing tools

Allow users to add quizzes, tests and exams to e-learning courses, which can be used to track or determine student progress.

Customization tools

Help users create e-learning resources that match the look and feel of their company’s digital assets (such as its website).

Storyline editing

E-learning courses often progress much like stories, with a linear beginning and end. Storyline editing functions let authors mix, match and rearrange e-learning components.

Interaction tools

Let authors add elements that students will interact with during a lesson or course. Interactions can include free-form text entry, picture selection or simple mouse clicks.