App-eLearn Authoring Tool

I am excited to introduce App-eLearn, a new e-learning authoring tool to hit the Australian market in 2019.

App-elearn creates fully responsive, multi-device, HTML5 e-learning content using the award-winning Adapt developer framework.

Responsive e-learning design takes its inspiration from responsive web design; an approach that ensures a single version of a website or an e-learning course can provide a viewing experience optimised for different devices, from desktop to tablet to smartphone.

To find out more on how nom@d learning can help you build responsive e-learning content contact me for further details.

What is responsive design?

Over the past 5 years in Australia we have seen a massive uptake of smartphones and tablets, there’s been a massive tsunami how people access and consume content.

Nowadays, people expect better performance, easier engagement and greater expectations: yes, everyone wants to be able to access content (web, video, learning or whatever) on all of their devices, without compromise – by that we mean full experience, not some ‘dumbed down’ version’.

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Content creators are turning to flexible, dynamic layouts that work on all devices, to distribute rich content to mobile devices as well as desktops. This approach is known as responsive web design because the layout responds to the device’s viewport size and browser.

The flexibility offered by responsive design benefits both developer and user rather than offering multiple versions of a site or application. The biggest benefit to the developer is that only one fully featured site needs to be developed.

How do you respect your time?

Do you focus on the things that matter to you in your business? How do you value your time and deal with needy people? Can’t really take on more tasks?

Guess what? It may be time to take a good look at yourself, and start looking at how you respect other people, because your actions determine how you respect others’ time.

Here are some simple tips:

  • Tolerate frequent interruptions.
  • Be on time.
  • Meet deadlines.
  • Don’t keep others waiting.
  • Check with others if it’s ok to interrupt them.

Pursue happiness in the workplace

The pursuit of happiness is a never-ending one, no matter who you are or what you do for a living.

Thankfully, there are a variety of ways to make your workday more pleasant and productive, thereby increasing your chances of happiness.

No matter your situation, hopefully you’ll find something that contributes to a more positive work life.

Watch the video below to learn some tips for achieving happiness in the workplace:

Please note that nomad learning is in no way affiliated with the developer of these tutorials. All content included on this page is © GCFLearnFree.org.

Breaking through a creative block

When you’re on your creative A game, firing on all cylinders, it’s a great feeling. But what about the opposite end of the spectrum, when you find yourself struggling and the creativity just isn’t flowing? How do you break through this creative block?

Watch the video below to learn about breaking through a creative block:

Please note that nomad learning is in no way affiliated with the developer of these tutorials. All content included on this page is © GCFLearnFree.org.

Everyone can be creative

Everyone can be creative, where they realise it or not. A lot of people tend to think creativity is binary: Either you have it, or you don’t. But in reality, we do all have it. It’s just a matter of how we interpret it.

Some people think, I’m not an artist, so I don’t really use creativity at work. But it’s more than just artistic expression. Whether you’re working in retail or you’re in an office, or even if you’re a professional athlete, you’re probably using creativity to make decisions and solve problems on a daily basis.

Watch the video below to learn more about everyday creativity:

Please note that nomad learning is in no way affiliated with the developer of these tutorials. All content included on this page is © GCFLearnFree.org.

Are You a Good Listener?

In the workplace, people don’t always say what they mean. Learning to become a better listener can greatly improve workplace communication.

Active listening is listening beyond words in order to understand a deeper message. Active listeners are able to detect and reflect the feelings that give emotional energy to language.

Watch the video below to learn some tips for active listening:

Please note that nomad learning is in no way affiliated with the developer of these tutorials. All content included on this page is © GCFLearnFree.org.

What is Workplace Conflict?

Conflict occurs when the needs of one person interfere with the needs of another, and the parties disagree on how to meet their needs. With different people working in one organisation, it can be difficult to avoid conflict.

Conflict can have positive or negative consequences both on individual and team performance. The difference depends on your ability to identify, confront, and resolve these conflicts appropriately. By learning to handle conflict well, you’ll increase your success and the success of your organisation.

Watch the video below to learn some tips for resolving conflict in the workplace:

Please note that nomad learning is in no way affiliated with the developer of these tutorials. All content included on this page is © GCFLearnFree.org.

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