An interactive webinar for learning professionals will outline how the latest innovations in multi-device elearning technology can be used to keep learners inspired and challenged.
Sponge UK will be exploring the multi-device learning landscape and showing how organisations can benefit from the clever and creative use of games and video that work on any device.
The free session, Love to Learn with multi-device games and video is centred on the real life example of the Public Fundraising Association (PFRA).
The organisation is using multi-device games and interactive video to help drive up standards of behaviour among street and doorstep charity fundraisers.
Louise Pasterfield, Managing Director at Sponge UK will host the webinar, which is aimed at L&D professionals looking to deliver effective learning content across a variety of devices.
“I’m delighted to be able to share this exciting example for the PFRA that shows the full extent of what is now possible in multi-device elearning,” said Louise.
“In their everyday lives, learners are used to rich online content that works consistently across any device, so workplace learning has to raise its game to meet this expectation by providing experiences that will help people love to learn.”
She added: “The organisations we work with are looking for new ideas that will make a real difference to their business and their learners, and this webinar will certainly generate some new ideas on how to move multi-device elearning to the next level.”
The webinar takes place on Wednesday, February 17 from 12.30pm to 1pm (GMT) and registration is available via http://bit.ly/lovetolearnwebinar
A range of topics will be covered at the webinar, including:
• Using Adapt, the multi-device elearning framework to engage with learners
• How games can help people to learn
• How to use video to create an emotional connection
• A real-life case study showing effective implementation
Sponge UK makes custom elearning for organisations worldwide and was named Outstanding Learning Organisation of the Year 2015-16 at the Elearning Awards.