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Designing Content for Multiple Mobile Devices by Michelle Lentz and Brandon Carson

Learning Solutions Magazine

In the BYOD (bring your own device) world, users expect mobile learning to work—all the time, every time—on whatever device they are holding. To meet this challenge, it is more important to focus on the user first and then on the technology.

iPads and the word eLearning

Moodle Journal

While our work here at the college continues with the iPad trials, I am always interested to read and discover from the work of others in using tablet technology.

iPad 21

CEO's Do NOT Successfully Transfer Their Skills to Other Companies!

Will at Work Learning

In a recent, NY Time Article , GRETCHEN MORGENSON cited a paper (Executive Superstars, Peer Groups and Over-­?Compensation Compensation –Cause, Effect and Solution) by Charles M. Elson and Craig K. Ferrere who compile research from others (see citations below) that basically shows that CEO's do NOT successfully transfer their skills from one company to another. CEO's who are hired from within tend to do a much better job than CEO's brought in from the outside.

How to Use CSS in Your Lectora e-Learning Courses

Trivantis

Learn how to use CSS to enhance and customize your e-Learning courses using Lectora e-Learning software

Building a Business Case for Customer Training

Looking to expand your customer training program? Your executive team will likely have some concerns. Download this guide to learn how to prove the value of training and tackle objections head-on.