HunterStone, Inc., a provider of elearning and IT tools for Microsoft environments, has introduced THESIS 2.0, an elearning application designed to create and deploy SCORM conformant learning content. With an interface design that integrates into Microsoft Office for Word and PowerPoint and manages Microsoft Producer for Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 data, content creators can produce media-rich Web-based learning modules and training presentations without knowledge of the underlying rules of SCORM.
With THESIS content data certified as SCORM 1.2 conformant by the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Co-Labs, THESIS is a tool for corporate, education, and government agencies seeking to create elearning objects that can be accessed and reused across any SCORM conformant learning management system. THESIS is intended to leverage the familiar Microsoft Office and Producer 2003 tools and reduce the need for custom content development in an effort to serve as an alternative to other content authoring packages.
THESIS is sold as individual modules or as an entire suite on a per seat basis. Pricing for THESIS is as follows: THESIS for Microsoft Word -$149; THESIS for Microsoft PowerPoint - $199; THESIS Learning Object Manager - $499. THESIS Pro (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Learning Object Manager) retails for $699.