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Solutions to Bring Mobile Learning to the Enterprise

By Nick Leffler | July 29, 2013 |
Mobile Enterprise Learning Solutions

So far I’ve introduced the topic mobile learning in the enterprise and the challenges and barriers we may experience. If you haven’t read the first two, I’d recommend starting there before reading this post. Start with the Introduction to Mobile Learning in the Enterprise, then read Challenges and Barriers to Mobile Learning in the Enterprise.…

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Challenges and Barriers to Mobile Learning in the Enterprise

By Nick Leffler | July 22, 2013 |
Mobile Enterprise Learning Challenges and Barriers

I discussed one of the major challenges to bringing mobile learning to the enterprise in last weeks introductory post, the content barrier. There aren’t many rapid development tools trying to solve this yet, but our voice is being heard by them. This week I will begin trying to solve the mobile enterprise puzzle, we have…

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Mobile Learning in the Enterprise, An Introduction

By Nick Leffler | July 15, 2013 |
Mobile Enterprise Learning Introduction

Over the course of the next three posts, I will attempt to bring an understanding of how to achieve the mobile enterprise. More specifically, how to bring mobile learning to the enterprise, but many topics regarding the mobile enterprise are interwoven. I feel the largest barrier to achieving mobile learning in the enterprise is the…

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Flexible HTML5 With Edge Animate

By Nick Leffler | July 1, 2013 |
Flexible Bars

[box type=”note”]Caution! View at your own risk if you are prone to seizures.[/box] I wanted a quick project to test out a how Adobe Edge Animate can work with flexible design and therefore responsive design. With the release of Edge Animate CC, it was the perfect opportunity to explore the new features and create something…

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The Future of Learning Online: Responsive Learning Design

By Nick Leffler | June 18, 2013 |

Update: As I’m going through re-categorizing some of my old posts, I ran across this one. I would rename this one, but I won’t because it’s established. I would rename it to The Future of Training Online: Responsive Training Design because responsive learning is quite different. That’s all I’ll leave it at now. With the…

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First Impressions and Wishes of Captivate 7

By Nick Leffler | June 3, 2013 |
Captivate 7 Icon

Adobe Captivate 7 was released Monday the 3rd of May 2013 with very little known about its coming. Until the day of the release, I had actually heard very little about its release date even though I had previously researched it. My biggest like about the new release is that if you’re a subscription member, you…

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Flash is Dead (Well, Sort Of)

By Nick Leffler | May 26, 2013 |
HTML5

Although I do not believe for a moment Flash is truly dead, I do believe that Steve Jobs had it right. Check out his thoughts on Flash. [box size=”large” icon=”https://www.technkl.com/wp-content/uploads/quote.png”]”Flash was created during the PC era – for PCs and mice.” – Steve Jobs[/box] Flash was a great tool when it was king, and it remains…

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Work from high to low and clean that audio up

By Nick Leffler | April 29, 2013 |

If you want the best possible audio when working with voice over, it’s important to record as cleanly as possible. Often overlooked is the post-recording process. If you have a high quality recording, there’s still some improvements to be made. Perform these two tips for the highest quality: Always work with the highest quality audio…

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Using the ‘rescale project’ option in Captivate

By Nick Leffler | January 12, 2013 |

Here’s the problem you may experience when creating your next eLearning project: You have a pre-determined size that you must adhere to. For this example, you must adhere to a 800 x 600 project. How much recorded screen can you really fit inside an 800 x 600 work area? Not much. You can use a program…

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To round-trip or not to round-trip

By Nick Leffler | January 7, 2013 |

One of those new buzzwords I hear a lot about these days are round-tripping features in rapid eLearning development tools. Some suites live up to their claim for full round-tripping better than others, but even the best can’t do it all. When working with complex modules that need features beyond one program’s capabilities, round-tripping does…

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