Haymarket, Va. (PRWEB) April 21, 2006
Hot Lava Software, ( http://www.hotlavasoftware.com ) the leading mobile authoring and publishing solutions provider has release a new Mobile Author suite that includes an editor, publisher, mobile delivery system and tracking system.
Using Hot Lava Software’s mobile author suite companies, schools, universities and government agencies now have the ability to create and distribute content to mobile phones and PDAs. This content may be in the form of job aides, reference tools, learning, tests or checklists.
The new release, driven by the expansive dealer growth in Asia and Europe allows for the use of all double-byte languages focusing on Arabic, Chinese and Polish. The driving force for the Arabic version was the use of the Hot Lava Mobile Author Suite at Arab Open University in Bahrain driven by the focused mobile solutions design of Ammar Shami of GDLC.
All module use and test results are captured from the mobile phone delivered modules and stored in a mobile tracking system with the ability to deliver SCORM API calls to any SCORM conformant database. They system is designed to integrate with any database or learning management system.
About Hot Lava Software:
Hot Lava Software, provides mobile content solutions and a mobile content authoring toolkit, Learning Mobile Author to Corporations and Universities around the World. This toolkit allows rapid creation and deployment of mobile content to multiple devices such as Palm, Pocket PC, Blackberry and the desktop. Visit Hot Lava Software at http://www.hotlavasoftware.com.
About Global Distance Learning:
Global Distance Learning is a leader in using telecommunications and technology to bring education from top US providers to students in the Middle East, Near East and Gulf Region. By coupling the best content from the leading US Universities with the latest technologies for delivering that content, GDLC is providing students with the best on-line education available today. Visit GDLC at http://www.gdlcinc.com.
About Arab Open University:
It is highly important to recognize that the open learning platform proposed at the AOU is in part a form of distance education with added enhancements for quality education. But it is much more than that. And unlike education by correspondence, whose main drawback is the lack of lectures and faculty-student interaction, the AOU open learning platform relies heavily on the tutoring process that aims, in turn, at promoting a proactive environment of learning. In addition, course lectures are laid out in a programmed and progressive mode via well-prepared textbooks and supporting notes, besides other supporting forms of delivery media based on audio and video cassettes, CD-ROMs and on-line websites (Internet-based). Intertwined together, these various components aim to offer an environment of supported open learning. Library and computer-based resources are also deployed throughout AOU's various regional branches that are augmented by a number of Learning Centers (LCs) in the subscribing countries.