by News Editor
[Product Announcement] Xyleme announces Pastiche™, a new tool for developing interactive learning apps for iPad, at mLearnCon 2011.
by Mary Arnold
Podcasting (audio recordings on the Web with an associated RSS feed) has been around for several years, but it can be a surprisingly effective tool for eLearning and for mLearning – especially if you apply the five tips in this month’s column.
by Rick Wilson
Our roles are changing, as content types converge. Dealing with transformative change requires changes in thinking and changes in working. One answer is intelligent content engineering. Here’s a high-level overview of the concept and the practices needed.
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.
by Bob Little
[Product Announcement] eXact learning solutions (www.exact-learning.com), a leading provider of online and mobile learning content management solutions, has launched eXact Mobile, one of the world’s first Mobile Learning Content Management solutions. eXact Mobile supports authoring, delivering, and tracking of SCORM content on mobile devices.
by Ara Ohanian
[Press Release] Mobile product knowledge apps for sales reps have a huge impact on buyer/seller dynamics. However, creating these apps can be costly and complex. CERTPOINT Systems has developed K-TANGO to greatly reduce the time and expense involved, and to solve cross-platform and cross-channel issues.
Mobile devices, apps, and social media can benefit learning in many, sometimes surprising, ways. This may be nowhere more true than with users who are learning a second language. Here are the results of a small investigation that may suggest some possibilities to instructional designers.
Creating mobile learning applications requires a different approach compared to creating other forms of eLearning. Try experimenting with simple mLearning content, using PowerPoint and PDF files, to get the hang of it. Paul shows you how to get started.
by Bill Brandon
Mobile learning (mLearning) is taking off on a growth trajectory unparalleled by anything that happened in the history of eLearning. Yet this is not an initiative that an organization should jump into without a plan. Here are some thoughts about strategy and some resources available to you in the next four weeks that you should consider.
Will HTML5 be the answer to the challenges of mobile learning delivery? Here’s an in-depth look at what the excitement is all about, at the ways that HTML5 impacts learning professionals, and at the implications for handheld mobile devices.