Skills to keep up with current e-learning

Hi, 

I have been developing e-learning for a number of years now and have made changes to what I believe would keep up with current trends (i.e. building micro-learning topics as opposed to the previous longer versions). 

There is a concern however, that the skills/tools I'm using may not be as up-to-date as they could be (currently using Storyline, Active Prensenter and PowerPoint). 

I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions of software they're using and what skill levels would be adequate to continue progressing with e-learning development.

Many Thanks 

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lee gould

Hi David, 

There's no concern raised, it's more as I've been working for the same employer for more than 6 years on a somewhat restricted budget that I don't want to fall behind should future opportunities arise.

Hope that makes sense?

I haven't used Rise but am due to upgrade from Storyline 2 to 3 (our budget can't allow for 360).