Mobile Technology and Learning in the 21st Century: A Basic Course in Advancing Mobile Solutions and Enhancing Learning

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Hot Lava Software's "Mobile Learning Basics" course will provide you with an understanding and successful applications of mobile learning to private and public sectors. Mobile Learning Basics was created by mobile developers and tested by numerous customers and students. Download this mobile learning module now by cut and pasting in URL or highlighting your curser on the link and control click:

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Hot Lava Software a solution provider, announces a free course on Mobile Technology and Mobile Learning Basics which provides your institution and individually with an understanding and successful applications of mobile learning technology to both the private and public sector.

Mobile Learning Basics was created by mobile content developers and tested by numerous customers and students. Download this mobile learning module now by cut and pasting in URL or highlighting your curser on the link and same time hit control click:

http://hotlavasoftware.com/index.php?manufacturers_id=19

Hot Lava Software's "Mobile Learning Basics" course will help guide you into the world of mobile learning. The course was created by mobile content developers that enables you to learn how mobile learning can be utilized in your enterprise. This course will build and expand your "mobile IQ" with innovative testing features and understand of this emerging mobile world. Hot Lava Software learning modules are designed for self-paced use and run on, Pocket PC, Palm OS based PDA devices, blackberry’s, mobile phones and smart phones.

Download this mobile learning module now:

http://hotlavasoftware.com/index.php?manufacturers_id=19

Mobile learning is the future of education and training at all levels of business, educational institutions and at world wide international training, manpower and development national institues. Hot Lava Software educational courses, learners and students work when they want without any barriers. In business mobile technology offers the ability to expand existing content or create new content for delivery on handheld devices in areas as marketing, policy and procedure and compliance training.

In technical training modules cover anything from sales skills, product knowledge, client knowledge, policy, procedures, and safety, to compliance training, Q&A, checklists, quizzes, test prep & testing and mobile tests can now be created and distributed to employees globally.

Mobile Learning Technology re-enforces e leaning and instructor lead training, while the opportunity to design & develop mobile learning centric programs is available and effective as well. E-learning requires a PC and an internet connection while mobile learning enables you to learn from your PDA at lower cost with less equipment.

Hot Lava’s Learning Mobile Author (LMA) is a content proprietary development solution tool used to create a number of different learning and performance support tools. These tools can then be deployed for mobile devices, via desktop, on the web or via media cards. This module was created using Learning Mobile Author mobile learning content creation tool.

The basics course was created specifically to help people better understand this new and fast growing world of mobile learning. The quizzes and content illustrate real world customer situations. Images were included to display the power of images in mobile learning.

Currently there are more than 79 million copies of Palm OS and Pocket PC OS active in the world. This number is projected to be 250 million by 2007. People with these powerful handheld devices now demand more than simple applications for games and stock quote checks. Mobile learning is the perfect next big application for Palm OS and Pocket PC devices. Hot Lava Software, Inc. is the pioneer in this space and leading the way with the Learning Mobile Author development environment.        

About Hot Lava Software, Inc. HLS was founded in 1999 by elearning and technical training professionals. Based on industry experience, they saw a need for and created a mobile content management system and strategy. The company mission is to reach as many people as possible and enable people around the world to improve their knowledge and further their education.

Hot Lava Software Inc. has already created over 100 mobile learning courses and has sold content or development projects to organizations like IBM, AT&T, US Army, BT, Sprint, MCI etc. Hot Lava Software has distributors in the United States, Scotland, Jordan, Bahrain, Singapore, Australia and Poland providing Hot Lava mobile learning solutions internationally.

Mobile Learning and Mobile Job aides. Helping people learn and retain knowledge

YOU WILL LEARN:

  •     How to define mobile learning
  •     Real world examples of success
  •     What types of content can be mobile
  •     Test yourself on mobile learning
  •     Examples of each method of retention
  •      Expected duration: 5-10 minutes

WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS MODULE: Anyone who has an interest in learning and education. Plus, this course is loaded with the following additional features, resulting in the Best Training available:

  •     Detailed, informative graphics and "right-on-point" pop quizzes make your mobile learning experience interactive and fun
  •     You are coached through your weak spots and your Practice Test scores tabulated until you have mastered the material
  •     Hot Lava's "modular" software design enables you to benefit from 10-15 minute bursts of learning -- perfect for waiting in line, traveling, or anywhere else you can utilize downtime to further your career

Why Hot Lava Software is the Premiere Handheld Learning Source:

Hot Lava Software stands out in the industry by releasing the highest quality courses produced by real world content experts and a technical/creative team with extensive experience in training and design of products that facilitate the technical growth of computer professionals worldwide.

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