The goal of this white paper is to accelerate the reader's understanding of what works best in mobile learning and help organizations plan a successful mlearning program using proven methodologies and mature tools
Savannah, GA (PRWEB) September 10, 2009
OnPoint Digital, Inc., a leading online learning and mobile solutions provider, today announced the release of their CellCast Solution Guide, a comprehensive analysis of what's possible and practical in enterprise mobile learning today. The 40-page white paper provides an overview of the mlearning landscape and outlines the benefits that can be realized and the challenges organizations face when embarking on their own mobile learning initiatives. It outlines the various mobile delivery options currently available, rating each by the time and resources needed, costs involved, and level of authoring difficulty expected.
The CellCast Solution Guide compares and contrasts the varied learning-centric capabilities found across a broad range of mobile devices, from iPods® and MP3 media players to basic cellphones to advanced smartphones and even netbook ultraportable computers. OnPoint's CellCast Solution provides support for delivering and tracking learning content on virtually every class of mobile device, whether it be through two-way messaging, voice/IVR, or mobile web, or through sophisticated widget technology for on-device content management and delivery to advanced mobile devices. CellCast Widgets are available for any Apple iPhone® or iPod® touch media player, BlackBerry® wireless handheld, Windows Mobile® 5/6 smartphone, Google Android® smartphone, and Nokia Symbian®/S60-based smartphone, as well as Windows and Android-based netbooks.
OnPoint's CellCast Solution provides a platform and suite of software tools that facilitate the authoring, conversion and distribution of mobile content that is appropriate for the mobile learner's specific device. User access, progress, and test scores are tracked for reporting and analysis, and the results are easily integrated with an existing LMS.
"The goal of this white paper is to accelerate the reader's understanding of what works best in mobile learning and help organizations plan a successful mlearning program using proven methodologies and mature tools," said Robert Gadd, OnPoint's President and co-founder. "Examples for successful pilot programs are explored, and several integration options are also detailed, which help to underscore the scalability and maturity of our CellCast Solution offering." The CellCast Solution Guide synthesizes more than five years of design and implementation experience in deploying mlearning solutions to enterprise accounts of all sizes.
To download this free white paper, please visit http://www.mlearning.com.
About OnPoint Digital, Inc.:
OnPoint Digital, Inc. is an eLearning and mobile solutions provider dedicated to the development of powerful yet affordably priced online learning and performance management tools for middle market and enterprise customers. OnPoint offers a full-featured LMS/LCMS software suite, enabling the creation and management of rich-media courseware, online assessments, appraisals, skills tracking and detailed reporting, plus numerous optional modules such as integrated document management, e-commerce, and portal/intranet offerings.
OnPoint's innovative and award-winning CellCast Solution allows companies to easily create and deliver mobile content directly to users' mobile phones and track their progress and test scores. The software delivers 2-way messaging and podcasts to any standard cellphone. For more advanced smartphones, the solution enables the delivery of mobile web content, web and PDF files, videos/podcasts and animated/narrated slide presentations. Training content can be accessed "over-the-air" or automatically synced to the preferred mobile device. For additional information: http://www.onpointdigital.com, or http://www.mlearning.com. Visit the CellCast Mobile Library at http://www.opmobile.com.
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