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This summer I’ve put the smoker on my backyard deck to good use. I’ve made beef brisket, chicken, spare ribs and even grilled fish with it. We’ve enjoyed the variety of meat and side dishes that go with each. Summer...
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Raptivity for many years has done a fantastic job of providing a means of creating interesting, fun and educational interactions that anyone can create. The interactions are stand-alone pieces embedded into web-based training, mobile learning, an instructor-led course or as...
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So you’re not sure if you should enter the world of mLearning. Understandable. Let’s take a look at some quick ways for you to be successful. An oft-asked question from newcomers to mLearning is “What types of courses should I...
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  I like football – American style football that is. Hey, it’s the sport I grew up playing. I recently spent a full two days watching the Minnesota High School football state tournament in the Metrodome in Minneapolis. What I...
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Every year carmakers fiddle with how their cars look.  Change light here, modify the slope of the hood there and presto and brand new car!  “Hurry, you too can make heads turn as you drive down the road”……we’ve all heard...
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The Experience API (xAPI) was formalized in April 2013- version 1.0. Many people still refer to it as the Tin Can API which was its development project code name – much like “Chicago” was the code name for Windows 95...
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Thoughts on trends in online learning for 2014. View the interview at http://blog.raptivity.com/2014/01/vision-2014-interview-with-greg-gardner_0.html...
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I’ve programmed online learning for years. I don’t act as the Instructional Designer (ISD) and every now, and then I wonder “just where are you coming up with these ideas” for an interaction they want me or my team to...
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I wrote this four-part series for Harbinger Group. Please view part 4 of 4 on the eLearning Industry site: http://elearningindustry.com/moving-to-mobile-what-are-the-gotchas-part-4...
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I wrote this four-part series for Harbinger Group. Please view part 3 of 4 on the eLearning Industry site: http://elearningindustry.com/moving-to-mobile-what-are-the-gotchas-part-3...
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