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LMS Review: Docebo 7

Talented Learning

It can manage elearning, ILT, dozens of languages, social integration, gamification, virtual classrooms and ecommerce. Mobile apps with offline content support and text push notifications. This connector marketplace emulates the Apple or Android store, where you can shop for free or paid apps, download, install and use immediately. Downloadable apps provide offline learning capability. Social/Collaboration Features. See More Vendors in our LMS Directory.

5 E-Learning Forecasts for 2012

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They involved talent management, “hello and goodbye” with vendors, social learning, upswing in mobile learning, new feature sets in the authoring tool space, flat lining in web conferencing and standalone platforms. If you are still a huge fan of ILT or believe a blended learning approach is necessary, why stick only to PowerPoint, handouts and long talks? In the past year: Apple has filed a patent for 3D Kinect experience using touch free gesturing.

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State of the LMS 2012

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This follows the Apple angle on iBook publishing and Amazon as well. Social Learning – 57.1%. ILT/Classroom mgt – 48.5%. Very few LMSs offer online/offline synch with a native app – heck, online/offline synch in general, but pitch that they offer mobile learning. . Hence the value of an online/offline synch with a native app is so important. As you can see, social learning is no longer the must have feature in a system.

LMS Review: Adobe Captivate Prime

Talented Learning

Also on the administrative side, SCORM, AICC, xAPI, videos, digital documents, virtual classrooms, and instructor-led training (ILT) can be managed in one or more catalogs you can create — for internal or external audiences. ILT support is only very basic, with “write-in” vs. “pick-from-a-list” instructors and training locations at the course level. This isn’t highly automated and is not ideal if your organization relies heavily on ILT.

The Time Has Come – Digital Learning

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Rather it is based on several factors, which I see happening online and offline when it comes to learning and training. I’ve always been a fan of AR and what it can do, especially when integrated with some social functionality. I know of one vendor who says you can see their courses on an Apple smartwatch. Reading ebooks, digital interactive textbooks both of which can be used offline too. I mean think of AI with a touch of AR including social and VR.

Features that are must haves in any LMS

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End user registers for event (ILT, webinar, whatever) and receives an auto e-mail notification, then as event gets closer receives reminders (as set by the administrator. Classroom management – the capabilities within this feature set are gaining steam, part is due to the fact that many more people who have always used ILT are now zinging over to e-learning either by choice or force. Works with tablets including Apple. Social.

My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap

mLearning Trends

I ponder how this would have played out if Apple had ventured into the television market as many analysts expected them to 2012 and that opportunity remains for 2013. True, mobile web app access methods are cheaper to design and deliver in multi-device mobile environments but the feature set still remains limited with respect to things like access to core device features (camera, accelerometer), device security, offline access and experience customization.

LIVE BLOG - Craig Weiss 'eLearning 2020' Seminar

Unicorn Training

Relevance of gamification for adults Offline access LMS has meant eLearning management system traditionally - now to manage all learning across organisation. Can access content offline via download from Storyline app even if LMS doesn't have offline functionality. How important is offline access of content? Apps may then become more about UX than providing an offline alternative. Learning towards cross-platform app - all about Android / Apple and some IE8.

43 Great eLearning Posts and 5 Hot Topics Including Google Buzz and iPad

eLearning Learning Posts

Some really great stuff from the second half of February as found based on social signals. Seven (Possible) Ways to Use Google Buzz for Education by Jeremy Vest - Learning Solutions Magazine , February 17, 2010 Google’s entry into social networking, Buzz, created quite a bit of buzz last week after its launch. Creating a good elearning or ILT course: Getting SMEs to think about outcomes - Bottom-Line Performance , February 16, 2010 So…anyone can create a course, right?