by Patti Shank
“I’m excited to be able to invite you to take part in an important and groundbreaking research project that will benefit our colleagues who are designing eLearning and performance support applications for delivery on mobile devices. But time is short! Please read this description of the project and start collecting data today!”—Patti Shank, research director, The eLearning Guild
by Jason Haag
Augmented reality (AR) provides a view of the real world, with enhancement from computer- generated input: sound, graphics, text, video, and GPS data. This article expands on a session from DevLearn 2013 and provides examples of how AR delivered on mobile devices is already providing support for learning and performance in real-life situations.
by Jane Bozarth
Video plays a big part in classroom instruction; instructors lead learners through discussion and processing of the content. But video in eLearning is most often passive: no discussion or processing. By setting the stage, encouraging comments, asking for reaction, and giving the camera to the learner, you can turn video back into an engaging, socially facilitated activity. Here’s how!
Studies have shown that interactive video increases attention, engagement, recall, satisfaction, and time spent watching a video. Most interactive video has a marketing aim, but some pioneers are beginning to use it for learning. This article explains the concepts, gives an overview of the techniques, and provides some ideas for getting started.
by News Editor
Cognitive Advisors announced today that it is launching the TREK Learning Experience Manager at DevLearn 2013. TREK, a brand-new class of software built from the ground up on the Experience API (Tin Can), goes beyond the LMS to harness the power of informal and experiential learning.
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.