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LMS

Last Man Standing. A slang term for the senior manager or executive remaining after lay-offs. The term is derogatory and connotes the idea that the LMS is unqualified for his/her new responsibilities.
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Authorware is often regarded as the first authoring tool designed specifically for developing computer-based learning (delivered on CD-ROM).
A story template was created in Authorware for the developers to use to produce the interactive stories with a common structure.
The courses can be created with the help of authoring tools, e.g., Macromedia's Authorware (Macromedia, 2005) application.
c) Generacion de codigo: los Quioscos de Informacion Interactivos fueron codificados utilizando el software de autor orientado a objetos para la creacion de programas con capacidades interactivas y multimedia llamado Macromedia Authorware. La muestra quedo estructurada en veintisiete modulos, siendo el Decanato su eje central.
Many interactive experiments on the Internet are written in Java or HTML with JavaScript, while the experiments at PsychExperiments are developed using Macromedia's Authorware. (16) A limitation of this site is that all experimental materials must be written in Authorware.
Software developer Macromedia Inc has launched version 7 of its Authorware product for creating interactive multimedia e-learning content.
The cost benefit of SCORM is evident when creating labor-intensive, high-cost learning objects using applications such as Flash and Authorware. The reusability and durability of these learning objects will decrease overall development time for course creators by providing a database of graphics/charts that are ready to be retrieved by anyone using or creating SCORM compliant courses.
The assistance of a programmer was required to help develop these materials using Toolbook, or Authorware, which complicated the course preparation process for me.
The company e-learning tools include Authorware (for creating objects, entering text, and creating assessments), Dreamweaver (for creating Web sites), and Flash (for creating Web graphics).
This computer-based lesson was developed by the researchers using the Authorware [TM] (Macromedia, 1997) software and Windows-based computers.
Math Wright, a powerful mathematical authorware is used to develop this module.
has announced the release of the Macromedia eLearning Studio, which combines the new Macromedia Authorware 6, a visual authoring product for creating interactive e-learning applications, with Macromedia Flash 5 and Dreamweaver 4 to provide a comprehensive authoring solution fore-learning.