by Kat Gore
The eLearning Guild has released a complimentary white paper, Harnessing the Mobile Storm: The Power and Potential of Mobile Learning. This white paper paints a colorful picture of the power and potential of the mobile storm now reaching the shores of most learning and development groups.
Mobile learning (mLearning) is a topic that continues to grow and evolve. Today, mobile is ubiquitous, seeming to pervade every aspect of life and business. In The eLearning Guild’s latest eBook, managers and practitioners with strong hands-on experience in mobile learning development present their best thinking on five fundamental questions about how to realize the benefits of mLearning.
Our newest case study describes how Rent-A-Center (RAC) designed and implemented a series of highly innovative mobile learning and performance coaching solutions for the company’s 18,000-plus employees in over 2,800 retail rental centers across the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico.
by Chad Udell
We are now starting to see the rise of the term “enterprise mobility” to describe the trend of working outside an office environment while using mobile devices and cloud services to carry out business tasks. This trend is accelerating and will overtake most large enterprises in the next five years. Will you be ready for the impact of this change? Look to the TAO.
by News Editor
iSpring Solutions announces the release of iSpring Suite 8.1, an easy-to-use PowerPoint-based tool that preserves virtually all PowerPoint animation and transition effects. Plus, learners can access courses on their mobile devices using the free iSpring Play mobile app.
by David James
The challenge of mobile learning isn’t about getting learning content onto mobile devices. It’s about getting that content to employees where they are and capitalizing on their digital content consumption habits. Mobile content consumption is more about finding things out and preparing to perform than about learning. Here are some insights into executing mobile learning strategy at scale.
by Bill Brandon
There’s more to creating engaging eLearning than just writing learning objectives and knowing how to use authoring software. People appreciate and respond to a good story, an unexpected surprise, or an eLearning design that gets their attention. Here are five tips that will help you achieve those results.