eLearning companies from across the globe and large number of L&D professionals revisited the key learning themes from January’s Learning Technologies Exhibition and Conference at the recently concluded Learning Technologies 2015 Summer Forum (LTSF 2015).
The visionary ideas of organisations steeped in learning technology echoed through the walls with stalls adorning the floors of Olympia Conference Centre, London. eLearning companies communicated their key messages and offerings through an exhibition floor of products and services, live demos, learning sessions, and open discussions.
Amit Garg, Director of Custom Learning Solutions & Co-founder of Upside Learning, presented a session, titled ‘Smart Ways to do Multi-Device Learning’. The 30 minute session, which addressed the multi-device usage in our day-to-day lives and its direct impact on eLearning, was a huge crowd puller. Theatre 3 was fully packed with avid listeners on 16th June from 12:00 to 12.30PM as Amit provided some smart tips on designing, testing and delivering multi-device learning.
Amit Garg was listed amongst the top ten eLearning movers and shakers for 2013 and 2014 in the World list, was on top of the Australia-Pacific list for 2013 , 2014 and continues to hold the top ten position for the year 2015. He frequently shares his thoughts, knowledge and insights on technology and learning on Upside Learning’s blog and has co–authored many eBooks too. He also presents webinars and has spoken at renowned L&D events in the UK, Australia, and India and has served as a judge for the prestigious Brandon Hall awards for 4 years.
Upside Learning also showcased its award winning multi-device learning solutions at its stand#25. The key highlights were- UpsideLMS, the best value, responsive Learning Management System, Framework for Responsive eLearning Development (FRED), that enables faster and reliable development of Responsive eLearning and Multi-device Testing Lab, the fool proof solution for testing Multi-device eLearning projects.
While organisations the world over are recognising the need for multi-device learning, only a few have adopted it. Our vast experience in designing and testing responsive/ multi-device eLearning and our proprietary Responsive Learning Management System (UpsideLMS) give us an added advantage. The session allowed me to engage my fellow L&D professionals in a positive dialogue on how we can add value to eLearning today by adopting the Multi-device approach in a 'smart' way.