by Joe Ganci
The near-universal availability of mobile devices capable of recording and sharing video is creating some excellent opportunities to reach learners no matter where they are, to engage them with the instructor and each other, and to create libraries of crowd-sourced problem solutions. Here is a review of a social eLearning platform that is among the first to leverage these possibilities.
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!
Whenever one of the top authoring tools offers a significant increase in capability, readers want to know how to use the new capability. The upgrade of Captivate to version 8 is such a case. Here is a basic walkthrough of the responsive features that Adobe has added, to give you a better idea of what is involved in creation of responsive eLearning courseware.
by Joe Ganci
Adobe changed the user interface for Captivate as part of the new version 8. This is great for new users, but experienced users who just want to get to work may find the additional clicking required an inconvenience. Here’s how to set the interface up your way and lock it in.
Focus groups can provide invaluable insight when used strategically for many analysis activities in the eLearning field, from needs assessment to usability to evaluating course effectiveness. Here is a complete, yet concise, guide to the what-when-how-who details that shape a focus group that will be a key resource for better decision-making.
by Jane Bozarth
One of the never-ending quests in eLearning is the zero-cost, 10-minute-to-build solution. As our tools and technologies evolve, this may not be the impossible dream that it once seemed to be. Jane explores lean eLearning and the tools to create it that are available to you today.