Technology is changing the way that human resources operates in the modern business. While it’s already impacting your people management systems, the new ways in which your workers use and interact technology are changing the way you can deliver training. While providing a new type of training requires different resources and different approaches, it also carries some real benefits. The transition from classroom training to online and mobile training programs gives you the opportunity to deliver more training that is more appropriate to your team’s needs at lower cost. Here are some of the new technologies that will become even more important in 2014. [Read more...]
Over the past few weeks, we have been writing about mobile training and how it is an effective tool to augment the learning process.
By now you know, that incorporating mobile training into your organization is much more than duplicating the existing training content onto the mobile device. You must convert, augment and replace training to suit the media it’s going to be delivered in. Be it bite sized information, interactive video, integration with social learning, organizations need to think deeply and deploy an entirely new strategy for mobile. [Read more...]
Understanding the difference between M-learning and E-learning begins with defining the two terms:
Simply speaking, “E-Learning can be defined as learning facilitated and supported through the use of information and communications technology. It can cover a spectrum of activities from the use of technology to support learning as part of a ‘blended’ approach (a combination of traditional and e-learning approaches), to learning that is delivered entirely online.”
On the other hand, “Mobile learning is defined as technology driven learning solutions available anywhere and anytime in the specific user context. Any portable device, such as a tablet or a smartphone that provides access to content through mobile connectivity has the power to become a training room and a powerful tool for learning”. [Read more...]
Mobile phones have become an all-pervasive technology (Refer our infographic). Anywhere you go you find the millennial toting a wearable mobile technology. The key question that organizations need to ask is “how do you offer continuous learning to these Millenials and highly mobile workers?” [Read more...]
Did you know that by the year 2016 more than 85% of consumer traffic on the internet will be video related.
Over 100 hours of videos are uploaded on YouTube every minute.
On an average 4 hrs of video is streamed per month by 25 million smartphone users.
Mobile users are 3X more likely to share a video.
Online videos account for 50% of all mobile traffic. [Read more...]