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. . Many 360-degree video cameras come with the option of streaming immersive videos live – making live video sessions possible, across locations. These are low-cost videos (the equipment is expensive) that capture real-world images for a never-before training experience.

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eLearning Thought Leaders: Jane Bozarth – DevLearn Preview

eLearning Weekly

A common theme in my books as well as my work is making good use of free and low-cost tools, and figuring out ways of doing things yourself. . Lately it’s Netflix since I can now stream movies via iPhone. JB: Running an upscale toy store. . Jane Bozarth likes social media. She lives on Twitter and Facebook whether online at a computer or connected through an app on a mobile device. Her latest book is Social Media for Trainers.

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

TalentLMS

There’s a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes at Epignosis HQ , home to the makers of TalentLMS and eFrontPro, so you can have a steady stream of releases and the top class support that comes with them. It worked fine but started getting too costly. We opted for S3 due to its combination of low cost, security and flexibility. Balsamiq – Low fidelity mockups. Balsamiq is a joy to use for creating low fidelity prototypes.

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