Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Free Webinar: The New World Kirkpatrick Four

Think you "know Kirkpatrick"? Attend this session and be among the first to see the latest adaptation of the Kirkpatrick Four LevelsTM.  Thursday, February 17, 2011

  • Donald Kirkpatrick, Ph.D., Author, Speaker, Thought Leader, Kirkpatrick Partners
  • James Kirkpatrick, Ph.D., Senior Consultant, Kirkpatrick Partners
  • Wendy Kirkpatrick, Director, Kirkpatrick Partners

This program includes:
  • The most modern ways to use the Kirkpatrick Model to plan, execute and measure training that creates true business value
  • A rendering of the updated model that focuses on the importance of the transfer of learning to behavior
  • Tips on how to align training with your most important organizational goals
  • An overview of required drivers and leading indicators, and their importance in creating organization value through training

Free Webinar Friday: Publish Learning to Both HTML5 and Flash: Announcing the Rapid Intake mLearning Studio

Creating Mobile Learning (mLearning) to supplement your eLearning program is a bit of a mystery. How do all of the parts fit together? How do you publish uniform content to both Flash and HTML5 formats? How will the mobile content be accessed? How can you make sure you're still able to track learner results on your Learning Management System (LMS)? It seems like these things should be easy, but does anyone offer a simple solution?

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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Rapid Intake mLearning Studio

I'm excited about the new mLearning Studio from Rapid Intake.  Anyone will be able to create and deploy mobile learning content with their easy-to-use mLearning Studio; choose templates, add text, images, audio, video and quizzes, then publish. The content is delivered in a fully HTML5 compatible mobile course player with cross-platform support for iPhone, iPad, and Android (2.2 and higher); support for Blackberry coming soon.  

Rapid Intake's authoring tools allow you to do what is called a 'joint package' which means you have one course that allows the learner to access it in the format that makes the most sense for the device they are using. If they access it via desktop, it comes up in Flash. If from a mobile device, it comes up in HTML5. SCORM and bookmarking are in sync so that the learner is able to move seamlessly from one device to the other without missing a beat.

Sign up for a demo and to be notified on product release!
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Monday, January 31, 2011

eFront - Interesting Blog site

Came across a blog site that has lots of good resources including lists for free e-Learning books, photo sites, and storyboard templates.  Today's post is the first of a series of posts concerning evaluation in e-Learning and includes links to white papers and information.

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