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Going mobile: What it means for training developers February 22, 2012

Posted by mlongstreth in e-Learning Tools, e-SIG Presentations, Global E-Learning.

Nad Rosenberg presented this informative and timely topic via Adobe Connect during a 1-hour lunch-and-learn webinar for our February eLearning SIG.

 Session Overview:

Did you know that tablet sales grew by 256% this past year?  Or that predictions indicate by 2020 there will be 35 billion connected mobile devices?  It is becoming increasingly obvious that mobile learning is the wave of the future.  Nad Rosenberg covered foundational information and important items to keep in when designing mobile-based training. Specific topics Nad discussed included:

– Mobile Applications and Mobile Websites fundamentals.
– Design issues to keep in mind when designing mobile-based training.
– Performance support needs.
– Potential user-friendly navigation and PDF issues to remember when transferring learning content to mobile-based learning format.

 To access Nad’s presentation, click here:   

About our speaker:

Nad Rosenberg

Before starting TechWRITE in 1985, Nad managed documentation departments for several large corporations.  She is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, an Associate Fellow at the Society for Technical Communication, on the Board of Directors of the Plain Language Association InterNational, and a Past President of the Philadelphia Metro Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication.  You can contact Nad at twnad@techw.com



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