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7 Tips to Make Your Compliance Online Training Courses Mobile

By Guest Blogger Christopher Pappas /  @cpappas 

Your employees probably aren't thrilled about your upcoming compliance online training course. But what if you could offer them the ability to access it whenever and wherever it's most convenient for them? In this article, I'll share 7 tips to help you turn your compliance online training or certification programs into mobile-friendly online training experiences.

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10 Mobile Learning Terms that Every Instructional Designer Should Know

By Guest Blogger Christopher Pappas /  @cpappas 

Are you looking for a quick reference guide that can help you brush up on your mobile learning vocabulary before your next Learning and Design meeting? In this article, I'll highlight 10 mobile learning terms that you may want to commit to memory by the time you walk into the conference room.

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Creating a Mobile Learning Library With Modern Technologies

By Steve Lee, Co-Founder/ Strategic Relationship Manager 

Why can’t e-learning be as easy to create as a website?

These days, creating and maintaining a website is a breezeonce you understand your audience, your message, your content and the best way to treat all of them. 

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Hold the Phone (training)—5 Questions to Ask First

By Edmond ManningSenior Instructional Strategist

Regularly, I see clients get excited about the possibility of using phones for training without considering their organization’s true readiness to jump into this technology. They just want it. They mask their quiet enthusiasm behind very serious professionalism, believing themselves quite reasonable when they say, “We’ve got to get IT in on this right now. We need their buy-in.”

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mLearning Guidelines to Custom Interfacing and Touch-Based Interactions

 By Christopher Allen, Product Manager

Last week I had the pleasure of presenting a few thoughts about custom touch interface design at the eLearning Guild’s mLearnCon in Austin, TX. This post is a short summary highlighting when and where custom interfaces may be acceptable and what design elements should be included in touch-based interactions for mlearning.

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Don't Create e-Learning No One Wants...Lessons From Holiday Sweaters

 

By Ethan Edwards, Chief Instructional Strategist

‘Tis the season of snow and cold…and holiday sweaters—each lovingly created with all good intent, sometimes gaudy, sometimes uncomfortable, sometimes utilitarian, but rarely as beautiful as imagined. The same can so often be said about e-learning modules.

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3 Ways to Put the Serious eLearning Manifesto iPad App to Work

The Serious eLearning Manifesto is meant to be a constructive, actionable document for developing quality learning. While the manifesto itself is not meant to be “learned,” there are plenty of tips and tools that can help you practice the principles of the manifesto in your real-world designs and projects. For instance, to help facilitate its impact you could create flashcards to memorize its values and principles, print up a poster and hang it high in the office, or even create a worksheet/checklist for reference on every project. 

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ZebraZapps Mobile Will Be Taking mLearnCon by Storm

by Steve Lee, strategic relationship manager

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3 Design Guidelines to Consider for Mobile Learning

by Steve Lee, strategic relationship manager

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I ♥ m-Learning

by Mary-Scott Hunter, vice president - client services

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