Mercury XRS: What it is, How it Works, What it Could Mean For You

Roundtable Learning

The training industry has adopted virtual reality and augmented reality. With the industry having adopted XR training, the next challenge became managing the content efficiently and scaling across many locations. Modern web browsers like Edge, Chrome, Safari, and Firefox .

[Free Webinar] Designing High-Impact Blended Training Programs: A Step-By-Step Guide – 22nd of March, 2018

Adobe Captivate

What are the benefits that learners and organizations gain if they adopt a blended training approach over a traditional ILT? Web browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 or later, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Google Chrome. She heads the organization’s Solution Architecting and Innovation teams and brings her rich 15-year experience into play to help EI Design customers transform their learning and keep pace with the changing dynamics in the Learning industry.

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LearnBrite and Microsoft: A Match Made in Virtual Reality Training Heaven


More and more companies are turning to collaborative Virtual Reality (VR) training and education environments, while early adopters are already seeing impressive results. Some systems run smoothly on Chrome; others do better with Firefox.

BLOG: The death knell for IE6 and what it means for everyone (yep even you!)

Unicorn Training

In the meantime other web browsers and devices, such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Apple Safari, have become much more common, especially on mobile devices.There has also been a key strategic shift - these so-called ‘modern browsers’ are only supported in their latest versions by their respective vendors. Please speak to your IT team and find out your organisation's upgrade plans and share with your Unicorn relationship manager

Using Pattern Libraries for Accessible Elearning: Insights from CSUN 2018

The Learning Dispatch

I’d like to briefly discuss what I took away in terms of standards , process , patterns libraries , and testing , and then wrap up with how learning and development teams can use these perspectives to make online training and related digital content more accessible. The key is to make sure that everyone on the team—designers, developers, testers, project owners, other stakeholders—all agree on the degree to which you’re making the product (or course) accessible.

Free and Open Source Web Conferencing (Online Meetings, Webinars.


While I've found Yugma to be a very useful tool for what the Yugma team likes to call "fluid collaboration," all the other apps you've highlighted in this post (as well as others) provide simple, useful, browser-based platforms for the same processes.

The Training Manager’s Guide to Accessible Elearning

The Learning Dispatch

This “Training Manager’s Guide to Accessible Elearning” provides practical steps for ensuring your online training fosters a welcoming experience for all of your learners, whether they are team members, clients, or the public. . Dr. Kevin Gumienny is our senior learning architect and leads Microassist’s instructional design team. Yet the course development team may need to redo fundamental elements in order to the address issues raised in an accessibility audit.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Web-based Replacements for MSFT Project

Mark Oehlert

It's a great project management solution for our small team and it's just $4 per month per user. Clarizen is a project collaboration solution that focuses on the execution as opposed to the planning of projects and the overall team adoption rather than only the Project Manager.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Now this is how it is supposed to work!

Mark Oehlert

Look at these stats: They have about 4,433 blogs (about 40,000blog entries) 3,300 wikis (each with often many pages) Severalthousand FAQs 28,000 inquiries and responses in 2,400 forums Here are some other pieces that I thought were important: Itwas completely viral adoption internally, "without a single memo fromupstairs" It is heavily used low down in the organization to getthings done, and less used and less understood as you go up theorganization.

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Top 74 eLearning Posts from September 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

ZaidLearn , September 19, 2010 Click here to watch the animation video (It looks good in IE and Chrome, but Firefox messes it up for now!) Is Your eLearning Team Sick? - by Bill Brandon - Learning Solutions Magazine , September 5, 2010 Adoption and use of social networking by younger workers, who will soon be managers and supervisors, is growing rapidly. Best of eLearning Learning in September 2010. As always, great stuff found in the eLearning world in September.