"Don't Touch/Wet Paint!" - "E"-Learning Vendors Try to Go "M"

mLearning Trends

A linked feature story in the update that immediately caught my eye was titled " Best Practices for Creating Mobile Learning Content " and clicking that link shuttled me over to SumTotal's corporate web site where I registered to download their latest mobile-related white paper. the stated supported video formats for smartphones are simply wrong to anyone who is actually delivering video files to Apple iPhones and Windows Mobile devices).

E-Learning Screen recording and video solutions – Should b simple, so why isn’t it?

eLearning 24-7

There are more vendors who do not offer the ability to post – i.e. add audio afterwards it is quite amazing. Again, simple and yet again arguably with many vendors difficult to do. There are dozens of free audio plugins available on the net, so why aren’t screen capturing/recording vendors offering the ability for the end user to add them? Video. Ability to convert various types of video formats to other video formats.

Product Review: Mindflash.com

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Ability to add YouTube videos to course(s). E-mail specific slides to subject matter experts for review. Extensive acceptance of video formats including.mov,mp4. Quiz formats (M/C: single or multiple answer, sequencing, true/false, labeling, pics, etc.). E-Mail notifications and reminders. Terms “trainer” and “trainee” – these are instructor led terms, not e-learning. Send someone via e-mail the preview.