As mobile device usage soars, organizations are changing their questions about mLearning from “Should we?” to “How should we?” In 158 Tips on mLearning: From Planning to Implementation, an eBook available for free from The eLearning Guild, 23 of today’s leading mobile learning experts share their thoughts and strategies to help guide your mLearning initiatives.
by Patti Shank
When The eLearning Guild asked practitioners about the authoring tools they use for asynchronous eLearning development, we learned which tools they use most, which they deem most important, and which are most likely to be their next purchase. Whatever your role in eLearning, you will want to read this summary!
by Mayra Villar
Long-standing ways of teaching and learning are challenged by more dynamic and collaborative ways of finding and exchanging context-relevant information. We need to start thinking beyond the traditional courses and educational environments. How can designers leverage social interactions and uniquely mobile experiences to better support learning? Here are some ideas from around the world.
For managers who see the benefit of anytime, anywhere access to learning opportunities, the Manager’s Guide to Mobile Learning, by Brenda Enders, will help you see the potential and outline the path to success for your mobile learning initiatives. Enders provides practical insights essential for anyone looking to dive into the mobile learning pool.
by Joe Ganci
In August, Joe discussed browser compatibility with HTML5 and identified the most commonly used development tools you can use to publish eLearning lessons to HTML5. This month completes the review with a list of more tools that publish to HTML5, and others that are very useful in the eLearning development process.
by Nic Laycock
Germany’s KWS has taken a new leap into the future, aiming to bring mobile delivery of highly complex power plant operator training into the workplace and beyond—into 24/7 access for employees. Here’s the story, and an interview with the developer behind it all.
by Nic Laycock
Macs and iPhones in poverty-stricken, remote and deprived communities in Africa? You must be joking! But that is exactly what iSchool Africa is achieving—putting high-end hardware and all the associated apps into schools. Read this story and you will feel good the rest of the day.