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LMS

Abbreviation for:
lateral medullary syndrome
left main stem
leiomyosarcoma
Licentiate of Medicine and Surgery

LMS

Abbrev. for Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery.
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In 2007 Adobe let it be known that it would no longer develop Authorware. You can read the specifics here.
Graduate student developers learned Macromedia Authorware for the programming and animation.
You can create deep immersive learning experiences with a sophisticated authoring tool like Authorware, says Bersin from Bersin & Associates, but you have to pay the price.
In order to address this problem, the project Math-kit (1) (Unger, Oevel, & Mertsching, 2002; Mathkit, 2004) developed the Math-kit authorware, which consists of the authoring system Lyssa and the platform CKS (Construction Kit Server), for the creation of technical and modular learning units for interdisciplinary use in higher education.
Authorware modules could also include a quiz, usually at the end of the presentation.
The display diagramming was done using the author software orientated to objects for the creation of programs with interactive capacities and multimedia called Macromedia Authorware, the editor of images Abode PhotoShop, the sound editor Sonic Foundry Page, and the editor of animations based upon vectors, Micromedia Flash.
All instructions and training for the study were delivered via an Apple Power Macintosh computer, for which the first author had designed the computer-based training packages using Authorware Professional.
El directivo comento que no tienen indentificada una competencia frontal para este producto; en tanto que para RoboDemo la competencia directa son Director y AuthorWare, con los cuales se puede generar contenido similar aun cuando estas tambien tienen otras aplicaciones: "RoboDemo es un programa para hacer simulacion y demostracion de productos, en tanto que Director ofrece muchas otras opciones, lo mismo que con AuthorWare".
These researchers may choose to use software development tools such as Microsoft FrontPage (http://www.microsoft.com/frontpage/), Authorware (http://www.macromedia.com/software/authorware/) or ColdFusion[R][TM] (http://www.macromedia.com/software/coldfusion/), which are largely menu-driven and thus do not require significant programming expertise.
A good number of course sites use Macromedia Director or Authorware to create content and Flash for delivery of animations and multimedia.