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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. However, the technology advanced rapidly, developers multiplied, and costs came down. Once the software is up and running, it uses cloud-based API technologies to send messages from the device to your dashboard. .

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

Unicorn Training

It wasn't very compliant with technology standards but many websites and business systems were built against its non-standard way of working.As 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.

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

Learnbrite

More and more companies are turning to collaborative Virtual Reality (VR) training and education environments, while early adopters are already seeing impressive results. Large and small companies alike need access to innovative technology to better prepare employees for both the virtual workspace and real-world applications. It works hand-in-hand with Microsoft’s leading technology to offer the world’s most accessible experiential learning.

Using Pattern Libraries for Accessible Elearning: Insights from CSUN 2018

The Learning Dispatch

The 33 rd California State University, Northridge Assistive Technology Conference (CSUN) is like all good conferences: so much information so quickly that you fear your brain is about to melt. (By 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 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. Digital content needs to be created in such a way that accommodates these assistive technologies.

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. . Digital content needs to be created in such a way that accommodates these assistive technologies. robust (content has to be able to be interpreted by assistive technologies such as screen readers).

Top 74 eLearning Posts from September 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

Let us address the technology aspect. Text-to-Speech vs Human Narration for eLearning - eLearning Technology , September 14, 2010 Some challenging questions are being raised in this month’s Big Question - Voice Over in eLearning. Promoting Distance - Learning Technology Learning , September 24, 2010 Recently I have arrived at the opinion that developing a viable distance learning offering is the way to go for Higher Education. Is Your eLearning Team Sick? -