September 2010 Monthly Roundup: 7 Most Popular Posts
In continuation to our series of monthly roundup posts, here is a collection of our top 7 posts for September, each accompanied by a quick brief.
1. Will Mobile Apps Change Training Forever?
Discusses how Mobile Learning (Mobile Apps, in particular) would change the game for training, instigating the need for a new approach in designing the training strategy. Also includes a few examples of Workplace Learning (Performance Support) Apps.
2. Do People Really Like To Go On Training Courses?
Lists various reasons why people have developed distaste towards training courses, and discusses the right approach towards designing training courses for increased effectiveness.
3. Custom eLearning Development Costs – Results From Chapman Alliance Study
Reveals the results on the time and cost of custom eLearning development as per the Chapman Alliance Study by Bryan Chapman.
4. Mobile Learning Innovation: Lookup To Healthcare For Inspiration
Talks how Healthcare is leading the way when it comes to mLearning innovation, as presented by Tyson Greer, CEO, Ambient Insight at mLearnCon.
5. How Kids Teach Themselves
TED video featuring Dr. Sugata Mitra, in which he talks about his experiments with education for children (Hole-in-the-Wall), issues faced by the developing countries with respect to education and some interesting insights.
6. Evolution Of A Teacher
Traces the role of a teacher from the olden days of guru-shishya parampara through to the modern age. Also predicts the future technologies and their implications.
7. Optimizing Web Media for Mobile Learning
Details the lessons learnt in optimizing the Web while developing websites that are designed to run on mobile devices.
occur in the way we work, and their effect on training.