80 students from all around the globe are displayed on a curved screen measuring 45 square metres. The lecturer is a hologram moved around the lecture hall by a robot. The students collaborate on documents and take part in simulations in real time. The professor uses artificial intelligence and big data to run simulations that test the students’ abilities. He or she has a rolling live feed of data on students’ participation, including their emotional engagement. There is no back row of seats wh
Access this webinar to know how to develop learning solutions for delivery over mobile devices such as smart phones and iPads.
The Learning Technology Research Project 2016 - launching November 2016 - is a joint study between Agylia and University of the West of England (UWE). It's expected to be this year's biggest community research project into the use of mobile learning.
Over one million students in North America and 14 other countries have logged in to access mobile and web digital learning content on MagicBox, indicating that digital learning is becoming mainstream in the school year 2016-17.
Learn how to get started with mLearning and harness the potential of this online training format that could be the trend in future.
View this webinar to know how m-learning is different from eLearning, the learning design strategies required and other aspects and concepts that help you to initiate mLearning.
Only recently we've releases our new TLMS Android software. Now you can read our interview with TLMS's Lead Mobile Developer - Emmanouil Kounalakis, who will tell you what is the mobile developer job all about.
It's an onboarding blogpost, since we finally released TalentLMS Android App - and it's out for taking for TLMS users. What functionalities you'll find? How can you expect the app to boost your eLearning and m-Learning experience? Find out!