Friday, May 25, 2012

Highlights of the ASTD International Conference and Expo 2012

Recently, I had the opportunity to be part of the Harbinger Team that exhibited at the ASTD International Conference and Expo in Denver, Colorado from May 6-9, 2012. The expo hall was brightly lit and abuzz with nearly 400 vendors ready to discuss their services and products to the 5000 expected attendees.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Organize and Present Content in Interactive Ways

Every summer Raptivity announces new additions to the already existing repertoire of packs. This year also something very uncommon has been released for raptivity users which gives an additional oomph to their content and presentations. The new Standard Pack 4 was released in the first week of May and is the latest addition to the Raptivity product line. It includes a variety of graphically engaging and meaningful interactions that help in organizing and presenting variegated information in a very lucid fashion.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Webinar Recap: Learning Interactions on Mobile Devices. What Works? What Doesn’t?

This week, Raptivity Team had organized a special webinar for mLeLearning Interactions on Mobile Devicesarning enthusiasts on “Learning Interactions On Mobile Devices. What Works? What Doesn’t?” on 15th May, 2012. They hosted three webinars during the day in order to accommodate participants in all time zones. Today’s Mobile Learning Guru’s Robert Gadd and Janhavi Padture were the key speakers for this event. They did bring in a lot of insights on the present trends and challenges in developing learning interactions for mobile devices using Flash and HTML5 technologies.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Mobile Learning: What Works? What Doesn’t?

Evolution of Mobile learning technologies is on an upward swing. The concept of mobile learning is so interwoven into our daily routine that we will be surprised to come across someone who is ignorant of it. The onslaught of ever increasing mobile devices with new features and capabilities also pose new challenges to eLearning developers and course creators. HTML5 has already emerged as the industry standard for building rich interfaces for mobile learning.