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Enabling Employee Engagement with Pokémon Go

Pokémon Go, the recently launched Augmented Reality (AR) gaming app available on iOS and Android, has become a phenomenon in a very short time! It has elevated player engagement to newer heights, with people going bonkers over finding new characters in all possible corners of the world. With Pokémon Go, users travel/move around (physically walk) […]

MVP: Improving the Odds of Your Product’s Success

In most cases, it begins with an idea that can sustain the business and drive innovation backed output. The most feared question that comes to the mind of a startup or an established enterprise is whether that idea is going to generate revenue or not? And, whether can it adapt to the ever-changing environments and […]

“Extending LRSs and the xAPI for Event-driven Blended and Adaptive Learning” – Highlights from the FocusOn Learning Speaker Session

In this era of digitization, the Learning & Development market is also being disrupted with innovations and technologies to enhance and simplify the educational & training activities. L&D functions across schools, universities and organizations now lay emphasis on providing a more personalized and impactful training to the individuals to get the best results out of […]

Enhancing Blended and Adaptive Learning with the Power of Mobility and xAPI

The advent of learning technology has enabled organizations to hone up skills and abilities of their employees on-the-go, with comparatively low cost, better time management, and with higher ROI. This leads to the faster progression of the organizations regarding their focused target market. Lately, organizations are focusing more on blended and adaptive learning to undertake […]

Top Five Pitfalls during eLearning Portal Design

Designing the eLearning platform is a complex activity with multiple stakeholders. eLearning experts, Education experts, Content developers, Technology Architects, Business Analysts and sometimes even end-users participate in determining the overall functionality and features of a portal. However, many times the resulting portal may display some design drawbacks, which may prove difficult to mitigate. In this […]

mLearnCon 2015 – Speaker Sessions From Harbinger Systems

Recently, Harbinger presented speaker sessions at the mLearnCon 2015 and the Performance Support Symposium (a co-located event to mLearnCon), held at Austin, TX from June 10-12, 2015. The conference was attended by 1000+ eLearning domain enthusiasts and business executives, featured 100+ sessions from a faculty chosen among the leading industry experts in the eLearning world. In […]

Micro-Learning in Action

We all are learning in life, this phrase has been bolted softly as experiences go by. Be school education or formal training at workplace, humans are forged by this term learning for life. We as learners have the tendency to forget more than half of the content we learn in a day or so of […]

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