Ann: “Do you think audio will jazz up my course?” Me: “Do you think adding salt will enhance the taste of this omelette?” Ann: “It depends on whether the omelette needs any more salt or not.” Me: “Exactly!” E-learning and eggs are no where related. Yet the similarity, here, lies in the fact whether both
Scenarios, especially branching ones, are an effective way to make your courses more engaging. Instead of just reading the screen and reaching completion, the learners are forced to get involved in the scenario. They try to place themselves in that situation and resolve the problem. Characteristics of scenario based learning Scenarios are not easy to
The mobile market is growing at a mind boggling rate. A huge number of people are accessing learning via mobile devices. It is predicted that tablets will outsell PCs and laptops by 2017. Large corporations have started supporting Buy Your Own Device (BYOD) policy. This means, each employee will bring their own device to work.
Mobile learning, or mLearning as you may know it, is a term you’re likely familiar with if you’re involved with any aspect of learning development. It’s been talked about in training circles for roughly half a decade since the iPad came about and opened a world of possibilities. The possibilities, nearly six years after the