Is the effort required to create and deliver mobile learning worth it? Many training organizations and educational institutions can’t answer that question today, but it is increasingly important that we do so. Here are some ideas to help you get started on reporting and analyzing your mobile content.
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[Press Release] With the approach of the HTML5 standard, and rising numbers of iPads in education and the workplace, eLearning developers are looking for alternatives to Flash. Impatica for PowerPoint Version 5, launching at DevLearn 2011, offers rapid conversion of PowerPoint files into a format that can be built once and delivered everywhere.
by Joe Ganci
In some ways, the move to mobile involves two steps forward and one step back. How will authoring tools meet the demands of smaller screens, slower processors, slower connections, and easily distracted learners? In addition to his comments about these challenges, Joe looks at coming changes in a number of popular tools.
Video Podcasts are growing in popularity among smartphone users. Besides being highly portable, Podcasts are excellent vehicles for mLearning and they are not difficult to create. Here is a complete, concise soup-to-nuts tutorial on how to make and distribute a video Podcast, from a master of the craft!
As mobile devices become nearly ubiquitous, it makes increasing business sense to use them to support learning. However, this is not just a matter of getting existing eLearning content to somehow fit onto smaller screens. Here is a set of basic tips to help you make a successful transition to mobile learning.
Within the next two years, over one-third of the workforce will be using mobile devices to access online content. Making training programs “mobile-accessible” is an important way to deliver an edge over competitors. Here’s a look at three components that are critical to achieving these vital results.
As students return to school, many of them (and their teachers) are seeing tablet computers in the classroom, a trend that will only grow. Marc looks at what tablets bring to K-12 education, the concerns that they raise, and what we can do to ensure the success of this technology in the classroom.