Asynch, Synch.And the Winner is?

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The key though is inherently tied to the two types of e-learning: asynchronous based learning and synchronous based learning. Synchronous Based Learning (SBL). How often have you heard the term “synchronous based learning&# and been told it is e-learning? Widely used and adopted in education/academia online learning (especially academia) (estimates say over 95%). With 100% Flash or HTML5, can add components to enhance. I will not lie.

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Creating interactive and engaging e-content: Experiences with Articulate Storyline

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Rapid authoring tools are the prompt solution that most e-content developers adopt to cater to these increasing needs. With Storyline’s extraordinary multimedia support , developers can add Flash interactions, import video (in all popular formats), import audio or record it right in Storyline.—without Images and text can be synchronized with audio or video to create a ‘WOW’ effect. The software can publish a course in Flash and HTML.

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Too Little Time to Develop E-learning? Go for Rapid Development!

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Day 3-6 :The development team works on the graphics, animations, and synchronizes audio files with the course content, using the storyboard as the blueprint. Allows you to publish course output in HTML5 format with the click of a button. Related Posts 3 Indirect Benefits of Adopting Rapid E-learning in Your Organization Selecting the Right Rapid E-learning Tools: What Factors to Consider 3 Compelling Reasons Why You Need Rapid E-learning Development.

Enterprise mLearning Predictions for 2011

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After such an exciting and rewarding 2010, my predictions for the coming year seem broader and more varied given the fast changing dynamics of the marketplace and accelerated adoption of mobile learning by organizations of all sizes. This shift will be driven by a combination of factors including learner (and executive) demand, IT acceptance and infosec approval plus a movement towards the adoption of “bring your own device” use policies within the enterprise.

Ultimate eLearning terms you should know: Part 1 (A-L)

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Agile learning: Often contrasted with the ADDIE process, the Agile design method emerged in the 1970s and became widely adopted in the 1990s. Blended learning: The combination of traditional face-to-face (or synchronous) learning methods and technology-based online learning (asynchronous) methods. Flash: Adobe Flash technology has supported the delivery of multimedia content for nearly twenty years.

Enterprise mLearning Predictions for 2012

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As in the past, this year’s list includes predictions across a gamut of new technologies, consumer/buyer trends plus a few anticipated seismic shifts in the world of business that should collectively reshape the landscape for the adoption and accelerated growth of mobile learning for businesses. The ability to move seamlessly from one device experience to another will be critical with complete synchronization of our learning progress, status, achievements, etc.

My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap

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For enterprise mobile learning to be considered a “bullseye” and truly mainstream, the level of adoption will needs to be measured in wide scale usage not just varying levels of investigation, pilots and strategy development. All that said, our company witnessed large scale enterprise deployments in 2012 from several early adopter customers and partners who are now being rewarded for their progressive thinking and are now gaining “first mover advantage” over their peers and competitors.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

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Often contrasted with the ADDIE process, the Agile design method emerged in the 1970s and became widely adopted in the 1990s. It’s essentially a set of rules for xAPI which narrows the overly wide specification to increase adoption in the industry. In eLearning, this relates to the training of your partners and customers to improve product adoption, increase customer retention, and maximize support resources. Flash. HTML5. Synchronous Learning.

How to Make BYOD Work

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•Secure file synchronization services are in place. “When the iPhone first came out, Flash vendors got nervous, but once the iPhone had that huge adoption curve, especially in corporations, there was no question. Flash wasn’t going to do it for you.” ” Adobe underlined the Flash risk when it withdrew its mobile version. • Adopt standards such as HTML5, MPEG-3 and 4 and PDF to keep content independent of platform.

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2010: mLearning Year in Review

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lack of Flash support). The recent release of our CellCast Widget for Android Tablets has been well received by customers especially with the inclusion of a new Flash Player template we produced that transforms Articulate Presenter content into something that sizes and plays well on Android mobiles. the ability to seamlessly manage and synchronize assignment access, delivery, review and completion between their desktop PC and their mobile device(s). A.K.A.

Growth Accelerates CellCast Solution Innovations

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We're pleased to report the adoption and use of mobile learning by enterprise customers has been accelerating throughout first half of 2010 -- yeah!!; Our updated CellCast Solution platform now scales to meet these ever-increasing demands using the industry's most efficient methods for content compression, distribution and synchronization.

Top 75 eLearning Posts - May 2010

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Beginning of Long Slow Death of Flash - eLearning Technology , May 6, 2010 Earlier this year I questioned why there was Still No Flash on the iPhone and iPad. It’s become quite clear that Apple (Steve Jobs) is going to block putting Flash on these platforms. Today the big news is Scribd Switches to HTML5; Adobe To Make Tools for HTML5. I’ve included an outline of my lesson plan for the introductory synchronous session and would love your feedback.

My mLearning Predictions for 2010

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And mobile learning is still in its infancy where both mass market acceptance and adoption are concerned. As with all things tech-related, we can anticipate several important events and introductions that will shape the next 12 months and consider them self-evident and thus there's no need to list them including strong technical advances from all of the top mobile device OEMs which will all spur innovation, broaden reach and ensure continued market adoption for mobile learning.