What if… Google Pack for Elearning

What would a Google Pack for elearning look like? Are there free or open source equivalents for common elearning developer tools? What about administrators and learners? Here’s my quick stab at these ideas. Those using RSS feed will likely need to read this post on the web site to view the HTML tables that follow. […]

Excellent Daily News on Mobile Content

FierceMarkets has done it again. They have an excellent daily newsletter about mobile content. This covers all types of mobile content, such as mobile music, gaming, video, marketing, etc. That is just a heads up if you are into m-learning, but you’re not hardcore on all things mobile. However, if you are even close to […]

Good Blog and Links on S1000D

Today at the AICC meetings in San Diego, Bill Shook of Boeing did a really nice overview of S1000D and it’s benefits and relevance for training and elearning. The PowerPoint should be up on the AICC web site in the meetings minutes here in a few days. Hungering for more information on S1000D I stumbled […]

I tire of blogging about blogging, so here goes

Despite the title, I must go on with this to share my experience with blogging tools. Qumana versus w.bloggar. Bottom line: w.bloggar wins as a client-side online/offline tool for making blog entries. I’d like to know if anyone knows of something better, and if anyone has had success running w.bloggar off as USB stick as […]

Elearning Needs Tools for Scenarios, Flows, and Decision Branching

The elearning industry needs tools that visualize learning scenarios for learner decision paths, storyboards and simulation branching. Activity in this area seems to have submarined and it needs to resurface. Where is the innovation in approachable, ease-of-development for elearning? We have access to all theses cool virtual character, simulation and multimedia capabilities. Expectations run higher […]

Prepare for a Flurry of Blog Posts

There has been a noticeable lack of recent entries here. My mother recently suffered a stroke and I travelled back to be with her and my siblings. Though the stroke was debilitating and exhausting, her condition quickly stabilized. She has now begun the arduous process of therapy and recovery. Thanks to all who provided prayers, […]

Elearning Predictions for 2006

Back when I hosted the Macromedia Elearning Seminar Series I really wanted to get Lisa Neal from the acm as a guest. I appreciate the short insightful look ahead she gets each year, collected from the leading gurus, researchers, analysist and pundits. Predictions for 2006 E-learning experts map the road ahead By Lisa Neal, Editor-in-Chief, […]

Online Symposium on Simulations at The eLearning Guild

This one looks interesting, and doesn’t require travel. Elearning Simulation and Games Symposium February 8-10, 2006 | Online Based on the published agenda, I’d check out these sessions: The State of Simulations and Games in e-Learning (Clark Aldrich) Everything You Know About Simulation is Wrong (Rich Mesch) Engaging Learning: Effective Simulation Games By Design (Clark […]