Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are large, complex, and constantly changing. Not only is it a strategic requirement to have training prior to implementation, but maintenance of employee training and training on feature upgrades is a constant need. The best way to handle this is with a combination of approaches; here are five key tips that will help you and your team be successful.
by Jeremy Vest
Google+ Hangouts is a video group-chat feature that Google added to its offerings this summer. In addition to video chat for up to 10 people, Hangouts provides most of the features of expensive online meeting Websites. Here are six quick applications that you may find useful as elements of your design inventory.
As mobile devices become nearly ubiquitous, it makes increasing business sense to use them to support learning. However, this is not just a matter of getting existing eLearning content to somehow fit onto smaller screens. Here is a set of basic tips to help you make a successful transition to mobile learning.
Within the next two years, over one-third of the workforce will be using mobile devices to access online content. Making training programs “mobile-accessible” is an important way to deliver an edge over competitors. Here’s a look at three components that are critical to achieving these vital results.
Is this the right time for your organization to adopt mobile learning? Here are five questions that will help you find the answer that works for you!
The driver for mobile learning is not technology. It is content — and not just any old content or re-heated content from existing eLearning or classroom programs. Here are ten tips that will create demand for your mLearning, plus advice about getting buy-in from the right groups of people.
Text-to-speech (TTS) software has been available for many years, as a substitute for human narrators. Until recently, however, instructional designers and learners alike tended to reject TTS because of the “mechanical” quality of the resulting narration. Has anything changed? Here’s a look at one small department’s study of today’s TTS.
Whether to narrate eLearning content, how much to narrate, and choosing the person or "voice" to narrate are among questions that come up constantly for eLearning designers. Unfortunately, the research and the guidance from experts is not necessarily consistent or easy to apply. Here is what one team learned from their own study of the questions, and the guidelines they adopted.
Developing or purchasing the right content is critical to an online continuing professional education (CPE) program, but there is more to it. Here are some tips that will help you build a great program.
Unintended consequences can result even from apparent advances in technology. Should we be wary of the effects of abundant choices? On the heels of the iPad 2 introduction, a leader offers some thoughts on the role of design in guiding the always-connected revolution.