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by Mark Lassoff

Mobile devices often have much less on-board storage than laptop and notebook computers, and mobile apps often need to interact with real-time data from online sources. These facts often apply to eLearning as well as business apps. Here’s how to take advantage of real-time data to improve your eLearning designs!

Column   |   June 19, 2014
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by News Editor

iSpring Solutions announces its latest authoring toolkit, iSpring Suite 7, which aims at becoming a game-changing professional content-development tool. The new toolkit is iSpring’s most powerful and versatile yet, allowing users to create mobile-ready eLearning courses with characters and interactions right in PowerPoint.

News   |   June 19, 2014
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by News Editor

Upside Learning announces it will be a featured exhibitor and presenter at The eLearning Guild’s mLearnCon, the leading industry event for technology-supported learning and performance-support professionals.

News   |   June 18, 2014
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by News Editor

Yukon Learning announces that it will unveil new titles in its ever-expanding Rapid Course library at mLearnCon 2014. The library of course titles includes training topics such as compliance, health and safety, management and supervisory development, customer service, managed care, and more.

News   |   June 17, 2014
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by News Editor

Allen Interactions has introduced ZebraZapps Mobile App Publishing. This new feature gives authors the ability to publish real mobile apps for learners, any time or place they want without relying on a mobile Internet browser.

News   |   June 10, 2014
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by William West

Development of learning solutions is complex, and mobile solutions are even more challenging to create. Outsourcing development is often necessary, but can be risky. What should you look for in a prospective development partner as you do your due diligence? Here are seven attributes of highly effective development vendors, along with how to recognize them.

Feature   |   June 2, 2014
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by Paul Clothier

For many companies, the first step towards mLearning may consist of adapting or repackaging existing instructor-led or online learning for delivery on mobile devices. This is not the best approach to mLearning. However, if you are committed to re-using or re-purposing existing content, here are 10 tips to guide you.

Tip   |   May 28, 2014
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by James Rasmussen

As the learning ecosystem expands, designers of technology-enabled learning must support delivery across a wide range of devices, operating systems, browsers, screen sizes, and resolutions. The key to this complex work is responsive design. Here is a collection of expert tips to help you make engaging experiences for your learners!

Tip   |   May 21, 2014
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by Patti Shank

Instructional designers often need to have reliable data about how people do things, but no data exists. When this happens, designers can take a chance and go with their gut, or they can do actual research. But formal research is hard and it is expensive. A better answer sometimes may be to collect observations using crowdsourcing. This month, learn how to do effective crowdsourcing.

Research   |   May 20, 2014
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by Mayra Villar

Developers often have no way to know about the environment where users will display their content. “How can I optimize my content for the various devices that access it?” has been difficult to answer. In this article, Mayra Villar explores features of Adobe Edge Animate that allow for flexibility, portability, and continuity of content regardless of the information-access environment.

Feature   |   May 19, 2014
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