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Citrix launches GoToWebinar Premier Event, which allows organizers to broadcast to larger consumer or business-focused audiences, reducing the communication and travel costs usually incurred when assembling larger audiences.

News   |   May 29, 2012
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by Bill Brandon

Mobile devices offer unique opportunities for supporting learning and performance. We asked Jeff Tillett for his thoughts on designing instruction for mobile delivery.

Interview   |   May 23, 2012
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Blackboard Inc. announces a major update to Blackboard Mobile Learn, its popular mobile learning app. The app gives students and educators access to their courses and content on a variety of smartphones and is the first in higher education to enable students to take tests specifically designed for mobile devices.

News   |   May 23, 2012
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The eLearning Guild has released its 2012 research report on current trends, practices, and important strategic considerations for mobile learning (mLearning).

News   |   May 9, 2012
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InfoPro Learning, Inc. announces the release of Gnosis, an advanced and sophisticated online collaborative learning platform with cutting-edge functionalities. With Gnosis, people can capture and share knowledge, experience, and expertise to better connect formal and informal learning within an organization.

News   |   April 3, 2012
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(Press Release) Updated SlideShark iPad app lets mobile professionals share PowerPoint® presentations online for on- demand viewing on all major devices, plus new content management capabilities.

News   |   March 14, 2012
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by Anita Rosen

Mobile training and performance support sounds like a simple and sensible idea: make help available where people need it, on devices that they always have with them. But, it turns out that making things mobile isn't quite as easy or straightforward as one might wish. Here's an analysis of the things you must consider in the design and execution of mLearning.

Feature   |   February 27, 2012
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by News Editor

With this release, Upside2Go is now available on the third major mobile operating system, with the other two being BlackBerry OS and iOS.

News   |   February 14, 2012
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by Adam Smith

Getting started in mobile learning often requires a certain amount of networking and thoughtful use of opportunities to engage decision-makers – in other words, socializing. Here are some simple ways to create interest and gain approval for a pilot project. Nothing succeeds like success, even if it's a small success!

Spotlight   |   January 11, 2012
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by Adam Smith

Having a workable strategy for implementing mobile learning is important, and it is even more important that the strategy responds to business needs. This Spotlight, the first part of a planned series over the next several months, introduces the approach that a utility company is taking to match mobile strategy to needs.

Spotlight   |   November 17, 2011
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