Monthly Archives: December 2009

Enjoy some holiday fun with Frosty’s Holiday Challenge

Statistically, only about 20 percent of those of you who were born before 1970 are predisposed to computer games. The rationale is simple. You, like me, had to save your quarters and hitch a ride to the arcade to enjoy the thrill of Asteroids or Pacman. Whereas, about 80 percent of those of you born…

Does Your Training Help People Fail?

A few weeks ago while home from the University of Central Florida where he is studying Electrical Engineering, my son was working to finish up some physics problems before driving back to school. Most of the problems he blew through by looking up the appropriate formula and plugging in information the problem statements provided. One…

The promise of Mobile Learning is real…but it may not be what you thought it was

Let’s start with two very different perspectives: 1) Mobile learning leverages today’s smart phone technologies to deliver a unique experience to the user.  GPS, for example, makes it possible to provide a one-of-a-kind experience for the user by tying content to the learner’s location. 2) Mobile learning gives us the opportunity to better serve each…