mLearnCon 2013 Mobile Learning Conference and Expo June 18 – 20
Focused on the management strategies, technology, alternatives, and design and development considerations for mobile learning, mLearnCon delivers a wide array of insightful sessions exploring all aspects of mobile learning, including best practices, top tools and technologies, case studies from industry leading companies, and much, much more. If you are focused on mobile learning in any shape or form, then this event is for you!
Two Conferences for the Price of One
New this year, conference registration for mLearnCon includes access to both mLearnCon and mLearning DevCon. Co-located with mLearnCon 2013, mLearning DevCon is designed for mobile learning developers who are looking for practical, hands-on technical training, and offers close to 40 sessions to help you learn how to actually create mobile learning. One registration fee allows you to mix and match sessions from each event to create the schedule that is right for you.
Register Early and Save Register for mLearnCon 2013 by March 22 and save $200 off the cost of your registration, in addition to any other discounts for which you may qualify.
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In one of my earlier articles published in eLearning Industry portal on Aug 2014, I had shared a case study on the benefits of Gamification in learning (through a serious game concept). In this article, I am sharing another case study using the same content (on Account Management Fundamentals) but re-designed using an Avatar-based approach. I will also share the gains that accrued with this enhanced approach.
Problem-based Learning (PBL) was introduced by Howard Burrows, an American physician and medical educator, in the late ’60s within the framework of the medical program at McMaster University in Canada.
Learners not retaining information? e-Learning not prompting behavioral changes? As the old adage says, “Experience is the best teacher.” When teaching a new process or facilitating a change in behavior, there’s no better teacher than experience. But this is e-Learning we’re talking about. How can you help your learners truly experience a situation when they’re sitting at their desks? Enter the magic of branching scenarios.
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