Many designers think about mobile learning content in a similar way to eLearning content. They neglect to consider the mobile usage contexts, and so the projects meet with marginal success or they fail. The key to successful mLearning is in understanding context. Here are some sample use cases and user stories, with suggestions for your next development project.
Is your organization thriving … or are you merely surviving? And for those times when mobile learning is the perfect complement to your existing strategies, how can you take full advantage of its possibilities? This article takes a high-level look at the impact of mobile, data trends, and an organization’s learning culture to give today’s executives plenty of food for thought.
What does it take to make an award-winning serious game? Technology and skills are important, but team dynamics make the essential difference. Andrew Hughes and his team at Designing Digitally share their lessons learned in this guide to team and process.
Agile project management is an approach for managing a creative project process, where team members accept and expect change throughout the life of the project. Here are the hallmarks of the agile process, and a way to begin learning how (and why) to put this effective, fluid approach to work for your eLearning development projects.
Big data legitimately receives a lot of attention today for the important insights it can provide to executives as they make decisions. But by itself big data is not enough to create improved performance. What is needed is learning agility, and the key part played by performance support. Here is a guide to developing an integrated learning and performance support strategy.
BYOD (bring your own device) policies are beginning to transform the way many organizations distribute information and provide training and support. Here are some key guidelines and words of caution for training and development groups dealing with the challenges of mobile-device acceptance.
by Bill Brandon
The buzz around talent and talent management, performance management, and human capital management (HCM) has grown to a building roar in 2013 and 2014. Is this important to eLearning professionals? How does it affect our work? This article opens the discussion of HCM in Learning Solutions Magazine and provides specific suggestions you should be implementing now.
As with a physical classroom, an effective virtual classroom event is driven by the instructor’s performance. However, the practices and skill set for an effective online delivery are particular to that environment. Here are the four key practices and standards that will make the biggest difference in how effective you are as an online facilitator!
Virtual training involves a live instructor, a virtual platform, and learners who are located remotely. This differs from a webinar in many ways. Planning for successful virtual training events incorporates best practices: frequent interaction, collaboration, learner engagement, and assessments. Here are the standards for effective virtual training events!
Training organizations are moving toward an ideal: personalized learning. However, there is little agreement about what “personalized learning” means. In this article, the authors examine what personalized learning is in the corporate environment, and how organizations can prepare to meet this new learning need.