Friday, August 31, 2012

Learn from Raptivity Valued Professionals

This summer has been an outstanding one for Team Raptivity and its huge customer base. Raptivity has skillfully handled customer requests for new age features and introduced some new cracking interactions. And to top it, Team Raptivity is happy to announce this new initiative by which Raptivity users will now have dedicated professionals to cater to their queries on Raptivity software.

Monday, August 27, 2012

Making eLearning Interactive and Fun

Learning is fun and engaging when we have Raptivity interactions embedded in the lessons. This goes without saying that you can add magic to your course content provided you know the knick-knack of this rapid interactivity tool – Raptivity. To make things easier for e-Learning and mLearning enthusiasts, Raptivity has teamed up with ElNet to arrange a series of webinars on improving engagement in learning.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Speaking on M-Learning at Learning Innovations Conference & Expo

Harbinger Knowledge Products creator of the award-winning rapid interactivity development tool – Raptivity is attending the Learning Innovations Conference & Expo in Melbourne, Australia. This conference is organized by the non-profit LearnX foundation for the Asia Pacific region. Shweta Kulkarni, General Manager – Product Operations for India will be presenting on the topic "Learning Interactions on Mobile Devices

Friday, August 17, 2012

Augment eLearning with Rapid Check

Team Raptivity is back with a brand new interaction “Rapid Check” which is a part of the Raptivity Evolve started this year for our valued customers. We encourage you to view the special webcast hosted on the website to gather more information about Rapid Check interaction. During the webcast, Janhavi Padture, Vice President, Strategy and Business Development of Harbinger Knowledge Products unveils the new interaction and share her inputs on the workings of Rapid Check.

Friday, August 3, 2012

How important is engagement of students in classrooms?

It is often said that education is the shortest route to success for any country as it helps overcome many evils. Educating the masses is a herculean task but again there is no magic trick to educatiConventional Classroomon. Think about your ideal learning environment and what are some of the words that come to your mind when you try to describe or imagine about this environment?

I tried this experiment in one of our in-house meetings. The participants came up with interesting words such like co-operation, active, sharing, peaceful,