Posts tagged "mobile devices"

eSeminars: Mobile eLearning, Screen Recording, LMS Integration

I’ll be hosting a series of eSeminars for the eLearning community over the next few months. I hope to see you there. Use the links in the table below to register for the sminars and get them added to your calendar. Don’t hesitate to use the comments section for questions / comments. 

 

Seminar Title

Schedule

Registration Page URL

Description

How do I make eLearning mobile?

11.00 am – 12.00 pm EST, January 13, 2010

http://bit.ly/8b1IB5

A step by step walk through of producing mobile eLearning content with Captivate and the eLearning Suite.

Is it really time for mobile eLearning?

12.30 – 13.30 EST, January 13, 2010

http://bit.ly/7WpVIu

A discussion of deeper issues relative to mobile delivery and eLearning. What is the critical tipping point? An examination of the mobile environment demographics and fiscal motives.  A quest to find and share information about successful, and unsuccessful attempts at eLearning with mobile delivery.

Basic Screen Recording with Adobe Captivate

11.00 am – 12.00 pm EST, February 10, 2010

http://bit.ly/7tIMhC

A step by step walk through of each of the screen recording methods used in Adobe Captivate.

A discussion of the benefits and pitfalls of screen recording as an instructional tool

12.30 – 13.30 EST, February 10, 2010

http://bit.ly/6iFrRZ

We’ll investigate the relative theories ranging from the classic Clark/Meyers psychology based recommendations, to the emerging trends toward experiential learning and ask important questions about whether audiences are actually changing?

Integrating your Quizzes with Moodle

11.00 am – 12.00 pm EST, February 24, 2010

http://bit.ly/7MkE4W

A step by step walk through of the process for creating SCORM compliant Captivate sessions with Quizzes, and then uploading the modules to your Moodle server.

An examination of Assessment and Assessment Methods

12.30 – 13.30 EST, February 24, 2010

http://bit.ly/5QzDl6

We’ll take a deeper dive into eLearning assessment methods and investigate potential variations to standard procedures. Are current methods appropriate for today’s learners?