Farewell to the eLearning Atlas

We have made the difficult decision to retire the eLearning Atlas. This is a bittersweet moment. It was one of the first projects that Chris and I worked on when we joined Rustici Software back in 2011. It was an ambitious set of work; create and maintain a catalog of all of the eLearning tools on the market (something just north of 3,000 at the time). The goal was to help people discover what learning products would work well together by providing a resource that categorized the tools available and documented the standards support in each product.

What we have realized over the past several years is that the eLearning Atlas requires a lot of care and feeding to be a truly valuable resource. The eLearning industry is changing constantly, with new products and categories showing up and mergers and acquisitions adding further complexity. Candidly we don’t have the internal horsepower to keep up with all of these changes and support the eLearning community with a useful and accurate resource.

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