If you haven’t already started thinking about designing and developing your learning so that it looks good on different mobile devices, you will find yourself falling behind—but this free mLearning webinar with Joe Ganci, aka eLearningJoe, is here to help.
Creating content for tablets is not much different from creating content for traditional computers and laptops. However, there are several design guidelines that will help you along the way, and keep you from doing any unnecessary troubleshooting. Run this guide from a tablet such as an iPad, and you’ll learn what to avoid and what […]
This sample m-Learning course is designed and developed for mobile devices in Lectora V11. The course showcases swipe gestures for navigation, branching navigation, drag and drop interactions, status indicator icons and multiple question types. For the best viewing experience, access this course on a smartphone.
This example of just-in-time m-Learning is designed and developed for mobile devices. The course showcases finger-friendly custom menus and navigation, embedded video, image and text transitions, pop-ups, and more. For the best viewing experience, access this course on a smartphone.
While designing an e-learning course for smartphones or tablets be sure to design for touch by using these tips for finger-friendly buttons.
Presenter Simon Birt with Guest Marvin Mullins of Frito-Lay talk about on the job training and how Frito-Lay uses Mobile Learning for Field Sales Training. Rebroadcasted with the kind permission of all participants.
Presenter Simon Birt| Covers three types of content and how they differ from each other: E-Learning, Mobile and Social. Rebroadcasted with the kind permission of all participants.
In this webinar, we interview RJ Jacquez, mLearning Analyst, about his thoughts on why the ‘m’ in mLearning goes well beyond mobile devices and how we can prepare for the multiscreen learners of the future.
Rick Nielsen will show you Lectora for the iPad under the hood basics for proper iPad functionality.
In this presentation you will learn several tips and tricks for using Lectora or Lectora Online to create mLearning content for your smartphone users.