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Documentation and e-Learning (Part 6): Delivering Courses to Cell Phones
Do you want (or need) to deliver courses or documentation directly to your customers’ cell-phone screens? And would you like to do it without making drastic changes to your LMS? Well, you can start right now, with an easy technique that allows learners to receive courseware and support documents anywhere… through their phones.
Accessibility: Standards Not Enough
We’re all familiar to some extent with accessibility tools. They allow people with disabilities to access the kind of web content (e-book, mobile, or other device) that the rest of us take for granted
Documentation and e-Learning (Part 4): Make Your Courses Real for Students
This article is the fourth installment of Dave Powell's series, "Documentation and e-Learning."
Documentation and e-Learning (Part 5): Augmented Reality: An Eye-Popping New e-Learning Tool
This is the fifth installment in Dave Powell's series, "Documentation and e-Learning."
Two Ways to Configure LMS Campuses
Depending on your company’s organization and training requirements, you may want to configure Learning Management System (LMS) campuses in one of two ways.
Does your company require a Learning Content Management System (LCMS)?
This article discusses things to consider when deciding whether to implement a learning content management system (LCMS).
Spreading the e-Learning Word (Part 1)
In the first of a two part series, Dave Boggs talks about using various techniques to promote your e-Learning program.
Tradeoffs When Deploying Online Video
This article summarizes the technical issues and tradeoffs that you will encounter when developing and deploying course videos.
SCORM and the Learning Management System (LMS)
The purpose of this article is to look in a little more detail at the communication flow between the LMS and a course that is SCORM v2.1 compliant. The intention is not to review every possible communication but just the main calls. We will look at SCORM in the context of a SCORM course, i.e. a course that has been developed and built to communicate with a Learning Management System using the SCORM standard.
Documentation and e-Learning (Part 3): Learning Nuggets: An Idea Whose Time has Come?
Many e-Learning and documentation developers have already noticed that our audiences don’t have as much patience for extended content as in the past. There are probably a couple reasons.
AICC: Still a Viable Course Standard?
Is the AICC standard still viable in today’s e-Learning world? The answer is a big YES! But to explain why, we need to delve into its technical aspects a bit.
Documentation and e-Learning (Part 2): Show, Don’t Tell
In this article, Dave Powell discusses the “Show, Don’t Tell” mantra as it relates to documentation and e-Learning.
Documentation and e-Learning (Part 1): They’re One and the Same
This article discusses how Distributor-Modeled training can be used to improve your organization’s relationships with distributors by enabling you to provide them with better service, support, and functionality, while decreasing your costs and increasing revenues.
e-Learning in "the Cloud"
This article looks at the advantages and disadvantages of "cloud computing."
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