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December 23, 2013

Moving to Mobile - What are the Gotchas? Part 4

A strategy is needed in order to successfully launch any mobile learning (mLearning). There are seven categories within a mLearning Strategy that, when addressed, will amalgamate your work into “gotcha” free mLearning. This blog will cover the last one – Outcomes. Additionally, I’ll point out where Raptivity can assist with your mLearning Strategy.

by Greg Gardner
December 17, 2013

Articulate: Tools for E-learning and M-learning Done Right

If you are looking to push creative and functional envelopes in your e-learning and m-learning courses, you need rapid development and custom development authoring tools that don’t disappoint. Here are three reasons we applaud Articulate—a company that’s doing things right for the e-learning and m-learning industry.

by Misha Milshtein
December 4, 2013

Gaze Into The Future Of eLearning With Tom Kuhlmann

"Crystal Balling with Learnnovators" is a thought-provoking interview series that attempts to gaze into the future of eLearning. In this interview, Learnnovators speaks with Tom Kuhlmann, who many consider as "the" guru in eLearning instructional design. Check out the interview to find out why!
by Ravi Pratap Singh
November 20, 2013

eLearning Authoring Tools: Flash and Articulate Storyline Comparison

Adobe Flash and Articulate Storyline are two hot choices for eLearning authoring tools, and each provides a great list of features and benefits. So, how do you choose the right eLearning authoring tool for your eLearning project development? We offer 9 considerations to help you “choose the best ride” for your eLearning course in this Flash and Articulate Storyline comparison. Also, we have included the Adobe Flash vs Articulate Storyline Infographic where we compare these great eLearning authoring tools in 27 features!

by Erin Krebs