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E-learning platforms


Our company is just starting to develop e- learning packages. We would welcome personal recommendations as to the best value for money packages with the easiest to use/view interface. I would like to use Mindflash but at $250 a month its too much at our stage of development. I am also trying to get to grips with elearning247 but I find it a little limiting. I look forward to your ideas.

5 Responses

  1. elearning platforms

    Your post title suggest platforms which would relate to LMS – the delivery platform, but your post suggests more of the design and creation.

    There are a number of free LMS platforms that can be used in commercial settings as well as educational ones. Moodle can be made to look just like a website. See Synergy elearning does a good job of getting design elements right.

    Another good and very value for money LMS is LearnDash which in essence changes wordpress into an LMS. Its very effective has good support and is user friendly.


    In terms of creating and designing the elearning iself you can look at rapid elearning creation software.

    There are add ons for PowerPoint at one end and specific software’s at the other.


    Try looking at Zenler studio


    Articulate studio

    We use a Articulate Studio because it works well and has a phenomenal community of users who share idea, thought and resources very freely. Articulate support is excellent.

    We also use Moodle but I am looking at using Learndash for some corporate clients as its very easy to get up and running.

    Hope this helps

  2. Report

    Hello – We've just gone through an evaluation process of a variety of packages including:

    • Articulate Storyline
    • Captivate Adobe
    • EnlightsKS – KS Tutor
    • Gomo Learning
    • Lectora
    • Rapid Intake
    • Snap

    If you let me have an e mail address I can send you a copy of the evaluation report if it might be of any help?

  3. LMS


    If you liked what Mindflash had to offer but found it too expensive then it might be worth considering LearnUpon which offers similar functionality to Mindflash but pricing starts at $99 per month for up to 100 users. You can sign-up for a free trial at


    P.S. Full disclosure: I work for LearnUpon.

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