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Webinar Highlights: Developing Strategies for Enabling the Mobile Workforce

Yesterday, Marcus Turner—CTO of Atomic Axis—gave a webinar on Developing Strategies for Enabling the Mobile Workforce.

He began his presentation by highlighting the ubiquity of smartphones and tablets, and how they are increasingly becoming the first point of contact between a business—both its customers and employees. The increasing popularity of these devices is beginning to overtake that of PCs or laptops they and are slowly becoming the tools of choice for employees. Furthermore, mobile devices make "anytime, anywhere" workers a reality, and help shape a world where work is now being defined not as a place you go to, but what you do.

Interview: Katrina Baker author of LMS Success: A Step-by-Step Guide to Learning Management System Administration

Katrina BakerE-Learning Council is pleased to interview author Katrina Baker, author of  LMS Success: A Step-by-Step Guide to Learning Management System Administration.  Katrina Baker is an LMS Administrator/Learning and Development Manager for a Fortune 500 company. Previously, Katrina owned two successful small businesses and worked in diverse fields, including design, editing, entertainment, and production. She has two Penn State business degrees, and is a proud member of the American Society of Training and Development.

Webinar: Developing Strategies for Enabling the Mobile Workforce

Thursday, April 17, 2014
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM CDT
According to the Yankee Group 38% of American workers are already part of the mobile workforce, and that number is going to grow exponentially.  Creating strategies to enable the mobile workforce is critical to enabling productivity of the modern workforce. Organizations need systems, processes, and managers who can manage the growing mobile workforce effectively.

Windows Movie Maker: The Magic of Splitting

It is not uncommon for training modules to use video, and there will likely come a time when you'll need to make edits to that video. Sure, the advanced video and audio edits will probably require high-end software like Adobe Premiere Pro; but the majority of edits that need to be made to training videos are simple and can be done with a totally free solution: Windows Movie Maker. Most of us are familiar with the most basic things it can do, like creating title and closing credits slides, but it can do more than just that.


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