Ensuring high usability is a challenge in eLearning course development. For a multi-device course even more so as you need to account for a wide range of devices and the user behaviour for each.
There are many Common Misconceptions About User Experience Design. In light of these misconceptions & characteristics of multi-device/responsive courses, here are some questions that you need to ask yourself to ensure a good User Experience across a variety of devices.
At the recently concluded LSCON 2015, I delivered a session on 'Learning in a Multi-device World' that covered the areas of design & development, testing, and
We hope the above list is helpful for teams starting to create multi-device eLearning. We are sure there are a few more macro/micro factors that are a part of the consideration set which are not listed here and we would be glad to hear from you about those.
Such is the pace of change and the need to adapt to changing situations that the practices of yesterday will not help us meet the demands of today - Alvin
Learning Technologies have evolved and how! In 2010 we attempted to look into the future, predicting the key trends in 2015, in a blog post titled ‘Future of Learning Technology – 2015‘. Now in 2015, we try to look back at those trends to find out how they turned out. So going by the same order here’s the prediction report in 2015.
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Responsive (multi-device) eLearning is the next big thing in the world of eLearning. While Responsive eLearning is not rocket science, it requires some amount of understanding of it as a concept, its need, features and benefits.
Learn about Responsive (multi-device) eLearning in our FREE eBook – Responsive eLearning Design & Development.
Mobile technology, having seeped into popular culture, is now finding widespread acceptance as a learning tool in the workplace as well.
According to Towards Maturity’s In-focus report titled Mobile Learning in the Workplace, 2013 was the year when mLearning became the norm rather than the exception; with seven out of ten businesses now adopting mobile learning solutions. This rapid increase in adoption has also led to some pitfalls which L&D departments may face while initiating mobile learning in their organizations. Here’s a presentation depicting the 5 most common pitfalls to be avoided.
A month ago when I was at Learning Technologies, Europe's leading showcase of technology supported workplace learning, I got the opportunity to briefly talk
A month ago when I was at Learning Technologies, Europe's leading showcase of technology supported workplace learning, I got the opportunity to briefly talk to the folks from TrainingZone magazine to discuss my thoughts on eLearning trends for 2014. Here is my interview in its entirety .... Read More.
This article was originally published in e.learning age. The number of mobile subscribers worldwide will reach 7.0 billion by the end of 2013, 7.5 billion by
Mobile learning is a powerful and exciting medium that lends itself to so many different uses and scenarios that can be used for a variety of solutions. Getting started is key – a simple, easy to use mobile learning project will help get your hands dirty and give you some valuable experience of how and where to use it, ideas on who in your organisation would really benefit from it, and to build your strategic road map for the future.
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There’s one underlying theme in all the ways we currently use mobile and also the emerging uses that I just mentioned: They’re all about getting stuff done.
They’re very purposeful. And interestingly, none of them is about learning, specifically. Any learning that happens while you get stuff done is almost incidental. That’s probably the key thought we need to have when trying to deliver any learning on mobile phones. At best it can be performance support.
Recently in a client meeting, I was asked to tell the USP of Upside Learning. In this world of Internet where companies from around the globe compete with each other in all geographies, barriers to starting a new company have almost vanished, and same resources may be working for multiple organizations on freelance basis.
We try to be at the forefront of learning technology to help our clients achieve business results.
So how can you best leverage the power and reach of mobile learning technology to help your sales team achieve a higher level of excellence?
How to best utilize the power of mobile learning in conjunction with the multitude of devices owned by salespeople and sales leaders. The answer, as evidenced by the work we are doing for client sales teams, has been quite easy to articulate - it is Performance Support.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.