Mobile Authoring Tools: Hot Lava Mobile

The eLearning Coach

In an ongoing exploration of how to design and develop for mobile learning, I plan to examine many of the products and design paradigms in the mLearning space. MICHAEL: It’s been available through OutStart since we acquired Hot Lava Software in June 2009. There are lots of uses for surveys, whether capturing real-time feedback during a multi-day training event, eliciting employee opinions, or getting input from customers.

LMS Satisfaction Features and Barriers

Tony Karrer

Most of the time (as is the case with Oracle) these are different products. I know the folks from CornerStone and their product does some really interesting things. Over the past few years, they've been able to fend of Oracle, PeopleSoft and SAP through superior products. They can definitely be useful to see what LMS products are being used in companies similar to yours. OutStart Evolution LMS OutStart 2 8.40 Update, Nov.

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And the adventure continues…

eLearning Development

For example, with external training we have one user group - customers. Everyone will need certain courses, but engineers might not need customer service training. In terms of what I’ve seen lately, GeoLearning was the last product I looked at. The product looks great - lots of features, very robust, well thought out user interface, easy to use. My current research project of finding an LMS continues, albeit slowly.

LMSs, TMs and HCMs

eLearning 24-7

SumTotal is calling their product a Human Capital Management system. They purchased Outstart, a LMS. It is just another pitch to drive customers using a fear factor, that frankly is getting tiresome. Fear that if we get purchased by another company, you don’t have to worry – at least one customer of that switch to Taleo, thinks differently. And now a brief announcement: Shocking news!

My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap

mLearning Trends

Back on December 30 2011, I scoped eight predictions ranging from hardware/software to content types and authoring tools to macro-level mobility trends our team felt would influence the market for mLearning products and services for the year and I wasn’t disappointed (or much surprised) about how it all played out. The big will continue to eat the small as larger vendors seek to increase their market appeal to both customers and investors.