360 Degree Videos: The New Shiny Toy in Corporate Training

CommLab India

With its immense possibilities to provide a very immersive and engaging learning experience – at a very low cost, organizations have started using this technology to provide very successful training. . These are low-cost videos (the equipment is expensive) that capture real-world images for a never-before training experience.

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Characters for eLearning

eLearning Blender

I am toying with the idea of creating a cartoonish character and in my research I came across SP Studio which is a very cool site that makes it easy to create custom south park cartoon characters. I am working on an eLearning project where I will be using a character that will be the learners tutor throughout the module.

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How much is an authoring tool worth?

Clive on Learning

Empower looks like it is much more powerful than Articulate Engage, which sells for four times as much, and almost certainly cost Trivantis much more to develop. So why the low price? They may be right - and the interest which is shown in free and low-cost tools on Jane Hart's C4LPT site bears this out - but does this really help us to determine what a tool is actually worth? Time was an authoring tool cost at very least $1K and often much more.

How Steve Jobs Became the Father of Modern Mobile Learning

eLearningMind

Steve Jobs is credited with everything from producing Toy Story to essentially inventing the way we interact (or avoid) each other via mobile technology every day. The relatively low cost of the iPad has also contributed to the accessibility of mLearning. Jobs went back to Apple and told his lead design consultant, Dean Hovey, that he wanted a device that cost less than $15, could work on a variety of surfaces, and which would last at least two years.

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Finally! No MORE LMS Secrets

eLearning 24-7

or LMSs that are low, low cost are selling “As Is” – so no discount. Thus, if you have buying a system that costs $300 a month for whatever user base that covers, do not expect any type of a discount. They (vendor) knows the likelihood that you will bolt after one year is quite low. You are not and they should not be in the “cost of living” business. They know the cost. Finally.

With a little help from our friends: the services we use to build our business

TalentLMS

It worked fine but started getting too costly. We opted for S3 due to its combination of low cost, security and flexibility. S3 and Cloudfront are not that easy to work with, compared to Rackspace’s Cloud Files solution, but they are much more flexible and cost-effective. Balsamiq – Low fidelity mockups. Balsamiq is a joy to use for creating low fidelity prototypes. Last but not least, my favorite little toy of the past, Grumpicon.

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My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap

mLearning Trends

And highly capable tablets and eBook readers now occupy prime real estate in many of our briefcases and messenger bags and likely sit atop everyone else’s tech toy wish list. Part of this trend is less about the tablet being a better form factor than a smartphone but more about the tablet being a more practical and cost effective alternative to a standard issue laptop.