Tag Archive for ebooks

Going Mobile: Learning’s New Holy Grail?

In a short time, our world has changed. We now have the ability to create interactive elearning content and publish it on mobile devices, including iPhones, using HTML5.  Within a few months I am absolutely confident that Blueline’s designers will be able to distribute our award-winning computer based elearning and esimulations via every mobile device…

Data You Can Touch

How Blueline is using new “digital textbook” technology to engage learners and increase retention. Whenever we build custom learning solutions for our client partners, most of them request some kind of pre-work or pre-read document. This usually leads to a conversation during the design process that goes like this: “We need to create an exercise…

Our Customers are Telling us They Want Blueline Innovation… but at a Lower Cost and with High Value.

We’ve been listening! Our customers are telling us they want Blueline innovation… but at a lower cost and with high value. We’ve borrowed a little bit of seasonal North Pole magic to make your wishes come true. Today, we’re introducing lower cost-alternatives to Blueline custom training solutions. But we’ve got a few other surprises under…

Mobile Learning: Living Up to the Hype

2011 was supposed to be The Year of Mobile Learning, but it hasn’t lived up to the hype.  That is, until now! While mobile devices like iPhones, Android Phones, and iPads have been around for a couple of years, the tools used to develop mobile learning solutions for those devices have made it all but…

Free webinar. Learn how organizations are using eBooks in their training and communication initiatives

I wanted to give you a quick introduction to an innovative new design model that one of our Partners: Noggin Labs has developed: e-Books. e-Books take traditional print media to a new level – presenting content in a contemporary online format that weaves in interactive elements such as embedded videos, multi-selects, animations and assessment questions (similar to Wall Street…