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authoring language

[′ȯ·thər·iŋ ′laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
A programming language designed to be convenient for authors of computer-based learning materials.
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This requires a generic language that can describe objects in and routing structure of different authoring languages.
s Ten-CORE Authoring Language was used to create the courseware.
Murray has been directing the Company's product development progression, including the authoring language transition to Windows(R) and now to browser-based, and the significant expansion of the PLATO library with problem-solving courseware, single-topic products, and the industry's most comprehensive reading curriculum.
Information can be updated at a moment's notice without any knowledge of HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language, the authoring language used to create documents on the World Wide Web).
What's unique in DESIGN-A-COURSE is that there is no programming or authoring language required.
Leveraging on the strength of its proprietary, integrated authoring language and specialized multimedia engines, Music Pen has once again created a dynamic adventure certain to tap into the natural curiosity of children.
The study was conducted on 64 students from Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technologies in 2005-2006 fall semester in Instructional Design and Authoring Languages in PC Environment at Hacettepe University.
Other authoring languages are also available for use with various computers.
Overall, the project has been designed to address issues related to operating systems, authoring languages, data formats and similar technical issues that enable software to be portable and that facilitate ease of development and software quality.
Regardless of games' source or authoring languages, operators can deliver them as on-demand assets to settops, PCs and wireless devices, just like any other video file.