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20 Examples of Games or Gamification for Sales Training

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Gartner says 80% of gamified apps will fail to meet business objectives, but here are some apps and platforms to help you get started on the right path. Mobile Strategy games gamification sales enablement

3 Examples of How to Use Google Glass for Performance Support

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Firefighters, surgeons, and medical professionals are some of the first to pilot Google Glass to help them do their jobs better. Industry News Mobile Devices Google Glass performance support

5 Examples of Great Mobile Calls to Action

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Learn how you can follow their example and start building your mobile list! Your organization may have created the world’s greatest mobile campaign, but the real question is how are you going to get people to opt in? The first step to a successful mobile campaign is a great call to action. Here are five of our customers’ calls to action that make an impression. Stand out!

Two Examples of how Brands are still not Joining the Social Media Conversation

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A couple of years ago, whenever someone did a presentation on Social Media, most likely the last slide in the presentation would read ‘Join the Conversation.”. I did a few and I had a slide like that at the end, encouraging people to join Twitter for example in order to learn what customers were saying about their Brand or documentation or eLearning courses. Not all of them as I have found.

New to Mobile Learning Development: 3 Big Problems and 7 Solutions

form factor for example) •Fade in and out and slide in and out animations for things like instructions during. content •Popup animation and content for quiz feedback •Lots of other things--but those are a few examples. began. With competition from Google, Blackberry (RIM), Microsoft, and HP heating up. from all sides, smart phones and tablets are here to stay. devices? issues. Rapid.

Introducing: mLearning Design Training [6-hr Workshop with RJ Jacquez]

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Examples of how Smartphones transcend beyond Phones and make our lives better. Examples of how we can create better learning on mobile vs. desktop. Examples and Demos of these Tools on iOS and Android devices. After delivering my 6Hr Mobile Learning Workshop for companies for a few months, today I’m opening it up for Learning Professionals. Why Register for this Training?

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6 Reasons Why Responsive Design Makes sense as the Future of e-Learning and m-Learning Design

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This is also why I encourage you to choose your Learning Design tools wisely and lean towards those with support for Responsive Learning Design, for example, the new Adobe Captivate 8. Take for example Articulate Storyline 2 which does not support Responsive Design and Adobe Captivate 8, which does. How many devices do you own? For me, the answer is a whole lot, perhaps too many.

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eLearning is dead! Multi-screen learning is the next big thing.

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For example since we can no longer rely on Flash, we need to embrace newer technologies, such as HTML5 and Responsive web design. iA Single Experience across multiple screens, as illustrated in the image above, is the world we live in today! single experience across multiple screens is the holy grail of computing these days. eLearning is dead! Flash-based eLearning. 1024 x 768 Resolution.

Mobile Learning is Global: Examples of Teachers Using Cell Phones for Learning!

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I have come across two examples of international teachers using cell phones for learning, one in India and one in the United Kingdom. It should not be surprising that we are seeing more examples of mobile learning globally since it has been found that "There are estimated to be over 3.3 She uses here Nokia phone to create mathematic video tutorials ( example here ). Furness also documents other daily educational activities on his mobile blog via cell phone

Mobile Learning is Global: Examples of Teachers Using Cell Phones for Learning!

Cell Phones in Learning

I have come across two examples of international teachers using cell phones for learning, one in India and one in the United Kingdom. It should not be surprising that we are seeing more examples of mobile learning globally since it has been found that "There are estimated to be over 3.3 She uses here Nokia phone to create mathematic video tutorials ( example here ). Furness also documents other daily educational activities on his mobile blog via cell phone

From eLearning to mLearning: The Top 5 Challenges beyond Technology

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Take Microsoft’s design guidelines for their Windows Phone 7 platforms for example, which recommends that each touch target be at least 9mm in size and that there be at least a 2mm space between actions. vision. No, the future of eLearning and Learning in general is Mobile Learning or better yet Multiscreen Learning , either way we can abbreviate it as m Learning. Mobile Challenges.

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8 Things we MUST do in 2013 to seize the potential of mLearning

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2012 has been an amazing year for mobile! This year we have seen technology companies introduce a myriad of mobile devices of all sizes, prices and operating systems. In 2012 Apple announced the iPhone 5, two new iPads and the new iPad mini; Google unveiled their first tablet, the nexus 7 and later the 10″ version; Amazon gave us three Kindle Fire HD tablets. iPhone) and Android (e.g.

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Think Multiscreen (vs. iPad-only) when developing an mLearning Strategy

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The presentation mentions the Kindle ecosystem as an example (see slide 13 in the original presentation). would also put the Netflix experience as an example in this category. 3. One thing I stress in my mLearning workshops is the fact that having an iPad-only strategy for Learning is not a thorough mLearning Strategy. Working for all those devices was interesting and challenging.

10 Things Adobe gets Right about Mobile Learning with Captivate 8 [Review]

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Articulate for example has gone the native app route for deploying learning projects to tablets and HTML5 for smartphones like the iPhone and the Moto X. The more I test #AdobeCaptivate 8 for my Review, the more I realize this is the version for #mLearning I’ve been waiting for! eLearning. — RJ Jacquez (@rjacquez) January 9, 2015. The Future of the Web is Responsive Design! link]. 2.

Tech Innovation Now Led by Hot New Bands

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Here are two examples, both involving mobile. The other example is from The Black Eyed Peas who have released an app for the iPhone that includes an immersive 360 degree, augmented reality music video that puts you in the middle of a party, dancing to the music. It uses music, multiple screens opening and closing, and an interactive connection with your childhood home.

7 reasons why the new Articulate Storyline is a Game-Changer for eLearning

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For example, even if you are new at developing eLearning, whenever you insert a new slide into your project, you will be presented with ready-made slide template such as highly interactive scenarios that you can easily customize, as illustrated below. First, let me start by congratulating everyone who works for Articulate for the launch of Storyline. Undertaking a monumental job such as writing an application like Storyline from the ground up is no easy feat. However if there’s a company that can do it, that is certainly Articulate. But of course, there’s a lot more. 2. Conclusion.

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The Future Of Mobile Learning

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User generated content is exploding on the internet, YouTube and Flickr are great examples of that. We already live in an era where our interaction with technology can be simplified and governed by technology agents ( Siri is a good example ). There are a whole bunch of examples and links in the presentation for each area that we spoke about. You can find our presentation here.

What is the future of #mLearning Design? Storyline’s native app vs. Captivate’s Responsive Design [Poll]

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There were simply too many things going against these tools back then, for example the fact that Adobe Flash is not supported on mobile devices, the myriad of mobile devices coming out with different screen sizes and operating systems, and perhaps most importantly the fact that most eLearning tools are based on a ‘fixed sized’ slide paradigm, etc. image credit: table xi.

The new Camtasia Studio 8, the Flipped Classroom and Mobile Learning [Review]

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There’s been little innovation in video around interactivity and engagement as compared to what we may find in a Flash-based interaction for example. Take a video on YouTube or on Vimeo as an example, it works pretty much everywhere, you can watch it on a desktop computer, on a Tablet, a smartphone and even on that flat screen TV in your living room. Here’s an example.

Learning Mobile App Review: NearPod [Podcast Interview]

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For example, the Teacher can share a quiz or a poll and receive immediate feedback as students submit their answers. There’s no denying there’s a revolution happening today in Education driven by important trends such as the Flipped Classroom, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and of course schools embracing mobile technologies creatively for learning. Send to Kindle.

An Honest Assessment of Adobe Captivate 6 [First Impressions]

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feel like the team quickly scrambled to make sure the next version of Captivate could include some of the same features that Storyline users have come to love since the launch, for example Interactions, Themes, Actors, etc. Here are some examples. First off, congratulations to my old team at Adobe for launching Adobe Captivate 6. Haphazard Effort. Conclusion. Send to Kindle.

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The Promise of True mLearning is a Tough Sell

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For the last few weeks, I have been busy delivering webinars and workshops on the topic of mobile learning, and throughout, the one question I hear constantly has to do with people asking me for mLearning examples. In other words, I was thinking about what most people really expect to see as mLearning examples? This got me thinking about the true meaning of that very popular question.

Mobile Learning: A Quick SWOT Analysis

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In last many months we have written a number of blog posts around mobile learning ranging from development tips, general examples, tips and tricks, etc. For over two years now, we have not only just been hearing about mobile learning but also actively understanding and working on it. number of these posts can be found at this link. Weaknesses. No more just a buzzword or science fiction.

Is eLearning on Tablets really Mobile Learning? [Chime in]

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great example of this is the YouTube app, it provides a unique experience in both portrait and landscape mode. Does this learning experience take advantage of at least one of the sensor superpowers built into these amazing mobile devices, for example the GPS or the accelerometer? The only thing better than Blogging is the comments one gets below a post. submitted by Alfred Low.

7 Microinteractions You will Love in the new Articulate Studio 13 [Review]

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Take the ‘Actors’ feature in Adobe Captivate for example, they are simply static images that you add just like any other image. For example you can display both your webcam and screencast, or toggle between them at any time. For example you can now author quizzes in a single window and switch between questions using the new tabbed-based interface. ’ 3.

Book Review: Designing mLearning: tapping into the mobile revolution for organizational performance, by Clark Quinn

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But this book is not mostly about technical matters, and quickly gets back to concrete examples. For managers in corporate training, these examples may be the most valuable parts of the book in that it gives them something to use in arguing for mobile learning within their organization. The past six months has seen the publication of three new books on mobile learning.

5 Key Mobile Learning Takeaways from Mary Meeker’s 2013 Internet Trends Report [Slides]

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” Above are just a few examples mentioned by Mary. If you are a Learning Professional, who needs to convince stakeholders about the importance of mobile learning, one way is to bombard them with mobile statistics, and there’s no better source than the annual Internet Trends Report presented by Mary Meeker. Internet Growth Remains Strong. There are now 2.4 With 1.5 ” 3.

The New Adobe Creative Suite (CS6) is a Sign of the Mobile Times

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All truly great examples of a Post-PC era. First, I would like to congratulate my former Adobe colleagues, who worked on the new Creative Suite 6 apps. After watching the launch presentation yesterday and keeping an eye on what people are saying about it on Twitter, I think it’s safe to say that this has been one of the most impressive and successful launches in the history of Adobe.

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Here’s how Adobe Captivate 6 could have been a Game-Changer for mLearning

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Take for example how Dreamweaver CS6 is helping web designers develop adaptive layouts for multi-device publishing. However you could position these layouts in different places for each screen layout, for example you could place the navbar group on the left for the desktop, on the top for the Tablet and at the bottom for the smartphone. That’s it. It is simply awesome.

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10 Things I Love about Screenr.com

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One Acrobat.com service I thought about was having a light-weight version of Adobe Captivate as part of Acrobat.com that would enable customers to do simple screen recordings or even software simulations, that could be shared and posted everywhere, on YouTube for example, or even right on Acrobat.com somehow. So much for that. Let me explain. Simply Brilliant! Nothing to Download.

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The New Adobe Captivate 7 Marches Backwards into the Future [Review]

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Take for example the expanded list of Smart Learning Interactions, there are now 15 more, and this is bad news in opinion. A year ago I wrote a post entitled  An Honest Assessment of Adobe Captivate 6 [First Impressions] , which garnered 81 ReTweets and 62 comments, and to this day is the most read post here on my blog. Fast Forward One Year Later. Hence the title of this post. Conclusion.

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The End of the Road for me at Adobe. 2012 and Beyond.

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In addition to covering Rapid eLearning Tools, I will also blog about mobile technologies, with emphasis on how these help advance Mobile Learning, for example HTML5, Tablets, the Cloud and Mobile Apps. First and foremost, Happy New Year! Without even asking anything about the job or the salary, I said YES. Was I surprised by the news? Not really. Was I ready for it? But it never happened.

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Use Smartphones in class, say school principals

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For example, in schools that prohibit cell phones, 54% of students still report sending texts during the school day (Lenhart, 2010). The National Association of Secondary School Principals have been trying to make sense of the whirlwind that is Social and Mobile Technologies. They have just released a position statement , summarizing their thoughts on the matter … and it is surprisingly good! They actively encourage schools to accept smartphones, and social networking as part their educational provision, and offer a range of guidelines and advice to different levels of practitioner.

10 Things the Motorola Xoom does Better than the iPad

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For example if you find a web page in the browser that you’d like to share on the Xoom, just tap the "Share page" option and you are presented with all apps that are capable of sharing, for example Twitter, TweetDeck, Facebook, Evernote, Gmail, etc, even Bluetooth is there as a sharing option. For the last 3 weeks, I have been Tweeting and Blogging about my experience with the new Motorola Xoom Tablet, which is the very first Tablet sporting Android 3.0, codenamed Honeycomb. One question that I get often is How does the Motorola Xoom compare to the iPad? Widgets.

Will Mobile Apps Change Training Forever?

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Examples of Workplace Learning (Performance Support) Apps. Here are some examples available on the Appstore: HVAC Toolkit Ultimate – load calculation, duct sizer, etc for onsite plumbers. Earlier I had written about healthcare industry being at the forefront of the mobile learning innovation and that post contains with some good examples too. Why Mobile? Why Apps? Do you agree?

10 mLearning Lessons I Learned from reading Mobile First by Luke Wroblewski [Book Review]

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Again Luke provides great examples of what we have today and other things we can expect in the near future especially around what mobile browsers need to support in comparison to native apps. In his book, Luke has great examples of companies like Southwest, Flickr and ESPN that benefited from thinking mobile-first and desktop-second. I love Mobile and everything that it represents.

Mobile Learning – The Third Dimension

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As an extension to the classroom and eLearning, the mobile learning component can be designed for a specific purpose or need and here are just some examples of this: Reference materials. An organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage. – Jack Welch. Knowledge Retention. Rings a bell? Expert’s advice.

Learning On Tablets At Emirates Airlines

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It can be quite hard to find examples of tablets being leveraged for performance and learning in the public domain. Most companies are quite cagey about how they are using tablets and related technology for learning; to be honest, I don’t see why, but that is another matter altogether. Quite interesting to see an actual EPSS that works on a tablet. The rollout involves about 1000 devices.

The Mobile Learning Ecosystem I – 10 Important Questions

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2.How does the network take form? – In biological systems, (for example – slime molds and other mycelial networks ) there are clearly stages in the development of the network. Mobile technology penetration is racing ahead in the corporate workplace, with the BYOD (bring your own device) movement affecting companies in varied ways. Thought you might find them interesting.

The Importance of having a Singular Computing Experience for Mobile Learning

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Whispersync from Amazon is a great example of this, I can start reading a book on my Kindle Fire and then later continue from where I left off, right on my iPad using the Kindle App. With Evernote for example all of my saved content is synced up across devices, and through Dropbox, I can always access my files from just about any device. One more example is a Google Chrome plug-in that I use quite a bit between my PC and Mac and my Android devices. via  Mobile First: How ESPN Delivers to the Best Available Screen – Forbes. Send to Kindle. eLearning Mobile Learning