Free eBook: Mobile Learning – How To Leverage Mobile Learning For Your Training Strategies

The uses for a mobile phone are increasing by the day, as it is an always present piece of technology. Our relationship with it grows more intimate, it being the media for many of our interactions. This leaves no doubt in deciding that mobile learning should be an integral part of a successful training strategy. With all the data being transferred through mobile devices the way is already paved, you just have to know where and when to step. Is there a better way to get into it than delving into the insight shared by an organization of the caliber of 360Learning? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Must-Adopt Mobile Learning Strategies For Corporate Training

Today, mobile learning is an integral part of most organizations’ training deliveries. It is moving up from a “good-to-have” approach to a “must-have.” In this article, I share 5 mobile learning strategies that you can adopt for corporate training. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

3 Ways In Which mLearning Can Be Used For Performance Support

Mobile learning offers a great opportunity to offer Performance Support Tools (PSTs) within the learners’ workflow. In this article, I outline 3 approaches for this. I also share 10 mLearning formats that can create great PSTs. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Adobe Captivate (2019 release) and PowerPoint to mobile learning

Fast-forward to smart eLearning authoring by importing PowerPoint presentations to Adobe Captivate with just a few clicks. Transform static PowerPoint slides into mobile learning content that works seamlessly across all devices. Enhance the learning experience by adding interactive elements, assets and quizzes.


Now you can easily add Microsoft PowerPoint slides to your mobile learning projects in HTML5 and Captivate will automatically handle the sizing and orientation issues common in mobile device display. This functionality is only available on Windows platform.

  1. To begin, create a new Responsive Project.
  2. This will create a new HTML5 project that is ready to be consumed on mobile devices.
  3. Go to the Toolbar and click Slides > PowerPoint Slide.
  4. A dialog will appear to allow you to pick where in the current project you would like the PowerPoint slide(s) to appear. You can always move these around later.
  5. Next a system dialog will prompt you to point to the PowerPoint file, and finally a dialog will appear that will allow you to select the slides you wish to import.
  6. Now you may select / deselect any of the slides that you want to include inside your project.
  7. If you want the slides to advance on a mouse click, then just click OK. If you want, you can also change that to make the slides play continuously like a movie.
  8. The linked option determines whether Captivate will remain linked to your external slide deck (leave this linked if you want to be able to easily update your deck from a shared external source.) If you do not leave the deck linked, Captivate will embed the deck inside its authoring environment, making a duplicate of the original.
  9. Once the PowerPoint slides are added. Go to the Toolbar and click Preview > Project to preview the project.

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How iSpring Learn LMS App Will Help You Boost Your Training Effectiveness

With the boost of mobile learning and microlearning technologies, mobile learning apps are becoming a significant part of corporate training. Learn how the iSpring app helps increase course completion rates, why it is preferred by Millenials, and how it helps increase learners’ engagement. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.