Training for Yahoo! Tele Sales Agents

By | Aug10, 2010 | Case Study No Comments »

It was kind of ironical when Yahoo! Small Business wanted us to teach “Basics of Internet” to its tele-sales agents. Imagine teaching about the ‘Internet’ to one of the pioneers of ‘Internet’ revolution!

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Celebrating Learnability Matters’ 4th Anniversary!

By | Aug09, 2010 | General No Comments »

It’s celebration time! Learnability Matters blog is celebrating its 4th anniversary. Check out its new trendy look.

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A big thank you to all the followers of this blog for their unquestionable passion for learning, design, and learner research! So, what can be a better way to celebrate than have an anniversary special dedicated to you! Yes, Learnability Matters invites guest bloggers to contribute to the blog.

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Tips for designing m-Learning in Flash

By | Jun23, 2010 | mLearning 8 Comments »

Mobile phones are an integral part of our daily life. We no longer miss our computer while traveling; our phone provides the functionalities of a computer. What a change from a few years back when we would use the mobile to only make calls! This extensive reach of mobile phones has opened up the scope for learning using mobile phones (mLearning). Given below are a few things that we noticed as we stepped into mLearning using FlashLite.

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Seven Truths About Learning and Technology by Geetha Krishnan

By | Jun22, 2010 | Main Articles No Comments »

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Geetha Krishnan is among the most respected learning specialists in the learning and education circles today. In a guest session at Kern, Geetha put forth some interesting and thought-provoking ideas about technology and learning. He questioned myths, challenged popular beliefs, shared interesting examples from everyday life and engaged us with wit and humor. Read more…

Learner Centered Methodology – A New Approach to Effective Learning

By | Mar18, 2010 | White Paper 8 Comments »

Geeta Bose presented this paper on Learner Centered Methodology – A New Approach to Effective Learning at the 3rd National Seminar on ‘eLearning and eLEarning Technologies”, (ELELTECH India) November 5-6th, 2009. This seminar was organized by Center for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Hyderabad and JNT University Hyderabad in association with Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology Government of India.

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Learnability Testing of Online Courses

By | Mar18, 2010 | White Paper No Comments »

Geeta Bose presented this paper written by Archana Narayan on Learnability Testing of Online Courses at the 3rd National Seminar on ‘eLearning and eLEarning Technologies”, (ELELTECH India) November 5-6th, 2009. This seminar was organized by Center for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Hyderabad and JNT University Hyderabad in association with Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology Government of India.
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What is an Effective Layout

By | Mar15, 2010 | Sprints 1 Comment »

During our first few Twitter sessions at Kern, Geeta posed the following question:
Do IDs with visual design skills design better learning? Any instances that you can share?

Read the responses to this here.

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Twitter Learning Session @Kern

By | Feb10, 2010 | Main Articles 3 Comments »

Formally using Informal Learning – An initiative

As a learning solutions company, we emphasize a lot on internal learning and training sessions. Typically we allocate 1-2 days a week of 1.5 hrs each to these sessions. One among us presents the session and we have a discussion around it. People find these sessions extremely valuable as a lot of learning and sharing happens during the sessions.

Over time, there have been certain challenges in driving the sessions. Most of our people are very active on the web; they blog, tweet, are on Facebook, part of groups on LinkedIn and are active contributors as well. Read more…

Hate to Learn?

By | Feb03, 2010 | Pick Your Brain No Comments »

Do you invest time to learn? I have tried to identify the learner personae who hate to learn. I have also tried to find answers as to why they hate to learn. Do you see yourself in one of these personae? Go on watch the presentation and share your thoughts. Read more…

Scenario-based Learning

By | Oct01, 2009 | Sprints 1 Comment »

The main aim of this presentation is to help you understand what scenario based learning is, what its characteristics are, and how effective it is. Here, we share several examples and explain how scenario based learning is designed. Read more…

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