Leaders in mLearning Series: Q&A with Stephen Bruington, Learning Strategist

By Paige Schaefer on April 8, 2015

If you're like most learning professionals, you probably have a few questions about "going mobile:" What does "mobile learning" really mean? How does it look different than eLearning or performance support? And perhaps most importantly,... Read More

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Solving Publishing’s Direct-to-Consumer Problem

By Ryan Knapp on March 4, 2015

There's no question that today's consumers are buying books differently. More and more readers are forgoing brick-and-mortar retailers for e-commerce companies like Amazon, and they increasingly want digital copies, as well as print. For ...

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Training and Performance Support: What’s the Difference?

By Paige Schaefer on February 3, 2015

Performance support, or contextually-embedded tools and content provided at the moment of need, is an excellent addition to your learning and training program. All of the friction that your employees typically face when trying to ...

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The History of the CLO

By Paige Schaefer on January 29, 2015

Chief Learning Officer (CLO) may be common business language today, but the formal title is only about 25 years old. So, how did this role come into existence, and how has it changed since then? ...

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New Product Update: Mobile Browser Support

By Katie Holden on January 14, 2015

Inkling Habitat has long been one of the best-in-class tools out there to create stunning content and distribute it to mobile devices. Our extensive suite of native apps have been downloaded over a million ...

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What changes did we see in publishing in 2014?

By Paige Schaefer on December 29, 2014

As the year comes to a close, we've reflected upon 2014 and named some of the biggest changes that we saw in publishing. It was certainly an eventful year for the publishing industry, and we've ...

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Thoughts from a Guest Blogger: Why Learning Needs Context

By Paige Schaefer on December 22, 2014

About the author: Nigel Paine has been involved in corporate learning for over twenty years. He has run organizations that produce learning software, CD-ROMs and multimedia materials, and has offered development support, as well as learning ...

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Top 4 Rules of Parallel Digital/Print Content Production

By Dan Haynam on December 18, 2014

In my previous post, we saw that today's forward-thinking publishers are building great content that can be output to any number of print and digital products. The key to making this leap, we saw, ...