Not long ago, mobile learning was intended only for sales teams and employees working outside the office. Today, organisations are demanding a response that allows all staff to continue their training "on-the-go", without having to stop, wherever they are.
Netex is going to Learning Technologies to introduce its
mobile learning solutions:
Learning Coffee: Direct, agile and multi-device content that allows professionals to train in a short period of time.
"We have our own catalogue with over 200 titles geared towards the business world. In addition we are pleased to announce a new partnership with Video Arts, creating a collection of 26 courses, using the unique Learning concept," said Mike Byrne of Netex.
"We also offer the possibility to create custom titles, adapted to the specific needs of your business," he adds.
By using HTML5 and Responsive Design techniques, the same content can be displayed on different devices (PCs, smartphones, tablets, etc.). In addition, the Learning Coffee format is fully compatible with any LMS.
Learning Coffee Mobile App: The app that turns Learning Coffee collections into "take-away" training.
With the Learning Coffee app (available on Google Play and the App Store) professionals can download any collection made available by companies to their smartphones or tablets. Then, professionals can decide when to study at their leisure, even without Internet connection. Once the device is back online, tracking data is sent up to the platform.
Central LMS Corporate: the platform which allows professionals to manage all company training (classroom, e-learning and blended), and whose compatibility with e-learning industry standards (Tin Can, SCORM 2004, SCORM 1.2 and AICC) is certified by ADL.
To learn more about Netex's products and its vision on m-learning, come to its seminar on Tuesday 29, from 12:30 pm in Theatre 5, or visit Netex at Stand 25.