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  • July 13, 2015

    How Apple Killed Flash for eLearning (and What to do with All That Non-Compatible Courseware)

    By: Jack Makhlouf

    In 2010, Steve Jobs singlehandedly started one of the biggest–OK, maybe the only–software feuds by stating that Apple products wouldn’t support Flash, citing reasons like a high fail rate, lag time, and the overall unnecessary nature of the platform. It was Jobs’ opinion that Apple users wouldn’t miss out on any multimedia just because their […]

  • July 07, 2015

    How Steve Jobs Became the Father of Modern Mobile Learning

    By: Andrew Fayad

    Steve Jobs is credited with everything from producing Toy Story to essentially inventing the way we interact (or avoid) each other via mobile technology every day. But one of his most important contributions might not be the computer mouse or the iPad, but the availability of mobile devices as a vehicle for mLearning. Think about it: Without […]

  • April 01, 2015

    NanoLearning on the Apple Watch: The Next Small Thing in eLearning

    By: Andrew Fayad

    If microlearning is information distilled into small bites, nanolearning are tiny nibbles of the same. At least, that’s how the Apple Watch will deliver bits of information to the user. With limited space (and even less attention span), the rise of the Watch promises to add an entirely new layer to current eLearning efforts.

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