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Trainer1 to showcase content creation tools

On Trainer1's stand at this year's Learning Technologies exhibition will be a suite of e-learning content creation tools each of which sells for less than £100.

The learning consultancy says the tools include animation and puzzles, as well as morphing tools which enable content to be delivered via a 'realistic talking head'.

Also on show at the stand will be Trainer1's technology-driven support tool Context Sensitive Learning (CSL). Trainer1 says CSL enables organisations to provide their staff with ICT training in a user-friendly way - using e-learning to give the end users what they need at the moment they need it.

The Learning Technologies conference and exhibition is being held at Olympia, London on Wednesday 31st January and Thursday 1st February 2007.

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