June 2010 Monthly Roundup: 10 Most Popular Posts
In continuation to our series of monthly roundup posts, here is a collection of our top 10 posts for June, each accompanied by a quick brief.
1. Expectations From eLearning Authoring Tools
Lists some features and functions that eLearning professionals normally expect from authoring tools.
2. How To Create Successful M-Learning Strategy: mLearnCon – Part I
A short summary of an mLearning strategy workshop (from mLearnCon) listing elements that one should consider when creating mLearning strategy.
3. Rapid Authoring Tools For Creating mLearning
Discusses some rapid authoring tools that let authors develop content targeted at mobile devices.
4. LMS: A Quick SWOT Analysis
What does the future hold for the LMS as we know it? This post provides a quick analysis.
5. Three Reasons To Focus On Media Design In Learning
Instructional design is the first step in making a learning solution instructionally sound. However, it is equally important to ensure that the learning is interesting, engaging and interactive. Know the three reasons why eLearning should focus more on the media design besides instructional design.
6. Ten Must-Have Features In A Mobile-LMS
The future of eLearning is mobile. As mobile learning gains ground there will be (and already is) a growing need to look beyond notifications for users and quick-follow-up assessments through mobile devices. This post lists 10 useful (need to have) features in a mobile version of an LMS (segregated into Learner and Administrator functions).
7. Top 7 Things To Consider Before Implementing SCORM For Mobile Devices
Lists the 7 key points to be kept in mind before considering SCROM implementation for mobile devices.
8. Smokescreen – The Future Of Flash Player?
9. SCORM Cloud- Will It Really Change The Game?
Debates if SCORM Cloud has the potential to change the scene on the Learning Management domain. Get a mini-quick-review of the SCORM Cloud here.
10. Dan Pink Talks About Motivation
An insightful video about what motivates and what doesn’t, visualized in a great cartoon animation style.