The eLearning Guild just released another report today: Rapid eLearning Authoring: Top Tools.
Joe Ganci authored this report and does a fabulous job of explaining the data collected by the Guild's survey of its members. Since we all want to make sure we are doing our best work by utilizing the "best" tools available, this report can save you endless hours of searching and exploring on your own.
These reports can be tricky. Sometimes, to a few, they don't seem "fair". The data that makes up the foundation of this report comes directly from the eLearning community. Its always been this way with their reports which is why I enjoy them.
Joe does a great job comparing the tools that showed up most often in the data. There is also interesting data on the number of tools being used by eLearning professionals today compared with years past.
What rapid authoring tools do you use?