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Mobile eLearning applications help facilitate learning and training for corporate and medical organizations by putting the tools into the hands of the trainee. From facilitating blended learning by providing a more organized communication flow between instructor/trainer and the audience, to offering unique peer-to-peer (P2P) interactive software features that help keep learners engaged and more, deep learning applications help organizations advance their communications far beyond a presentation with PowerPoint slides. From training employees on new workplace policies to instructing clinicians on the appropriate use of new prescription medication, mobile eLearning applications can help facilitate a blended learning style that keeps audiences highly engaged and thus leads to stronger skills building and memory retention.
Blended learning facilitated by deep learning and peer-to-peer applications can help corporations more effectively convey information by introducing interactivity in media delivery, from within the audience, and between the audience and presenter(s). Using mobile eLearning applications, presenters can lead their audience through a sequence of carefully planned multimedia including text, images, video, animation, hyperlinks to online resources and more, allowing learners to annotate on each piece of the presentation to create their own personal notes on the course, encouraging active engagement while also allowing individuals to emphasize the information that is most important to them. This allows communication of comprehensive information to a diverse audience of numerous perspectives while enhancing the capabilities of individuals to make the learning experience specific to themselves.
Peer-to-peer deep learning and collaboration features further expand the capabilities of corporate mobile eLearning applications by facilitating periodic questions from presenters and audience members alike. Questions and comments can be submitted anonymously to encourage more open communication, and instant statistical analysis can allow presenters to gauge the understanding of the audience on key topics throughout the presentation. Individual message exchanges between audience members can also be incorporated so that employees who are engaged in particular work can share their perspectives on particular topics of interest. By sequencing multimedia presentation materials, coordinating those materials with individual notes on audience members’ devices, and facilitating communication within the audience and between the audience and presenters, mobile eLearning applications are a great way to maximize the impact of corporate presentations and help audiences come away with personal materials they can use for reference as they put their new understanding into practice.
Medical organizations can likewise benefit from the advantages that come with enhanced multimedia and interactive capabilities in mobile eLearning applications with deep learning and peer-to-peer (P2P) software. Medical organizations are continuously challenged to capture the attention of clinicians, who themselves are bombarded with constant draws on their attention on a daily basis. The enhanced multimedia capabilities that mobile eLearning applications offer allow medical organizations the ability to communicate complex medical information in a more engaging way that captures and keeps the attention of even the most easily distracted.
Presentations and training sessions can be composed of a complex interwoven sequence of text, images, animations, graphs, videos, online references, and more, allowing the information to be conveyed in the medium that will make it the clearest and most captivating. The eLearning course may include both core materials as well as optional additions, allowing those that are very strong on particular aspects of study to further their understanding with supplementary materials and thus help them stay engaged while the rest of the audience is continuing to absorb the core course content. Learners may annotate on all the materials at will and save their notes to a dedicated personal library, helping each to focus on the topics that are of greatest interest and concern to themselves. Gamified interactive experiences can also be incorporated to keep learners more deeply engaged.
Peer-to-peer and blended deep learning features can be incorporated to facilitate interaction between learners and the trainer/instructor(s), or even between learners where practical. Synchronized presenter annotations can allow the presenter/trainer the opportunity to draw attention to specific information on an as-needed basis. Learners can submit questions and comments either identified or anonymously, the latter of which may encourage more open communication during the presentation or learning/training process. Presenters/instructors may issue multiple choice questions to the audience to measure understanding on particular topics throughout the eLearning experience. These statistics may be compiled to offer insight to the presenters/instructors on each specific session and across all similar sessions to help identify strengths of the program as well as any opportunities there may be to improve learning materials. The unique capacity of mobile eLearning applications to elicit greater audience engagement while capturing key insights into the effectiveness of the learning experience through detailed statistical analysis offers tremendous opportunity to medical organizations to more effectively convey information to their audiences than ever before.
DDA created the ETHOS Engage deep learning and collaboration eLearning application in 2013. Engage allows meeting presenters the capacity to plan and sequence multimedia materials to be presented in conjunction with oral presentations to help convey complex information on pharmaceuticals to audiences of doctors. Presenters move the audience through their preloaded presentation materials one slide at a time, while the audience follows along on their tablets. The presenter may synchronize the audience view with their own materials, or unlock to allow them to advance or go back as they please. Presenter annotations such as highlights, illustration, and the like can be synced to the audience members’ views, and audience members may also annotate freely on their own, including taking textual notes for themselves that are saved to a personal library and demarcated according to slide number.
The presenter distributes multiple choice questions to the audience at their discretion, and this information is captured in a back-end database for later statistical analysis. It may also be presented in the course of the presentation as a focal point for discussion on audience beliefs, attitudes, experiences, and the like.
Audience members may submit questions and comments with their name or anonymously to help encourage greater engagement with the information. DDA also custom-programmed an on-site server solution for those times in which the Engage app would be used in environments that did not have reliable internet access, as is common in many hotels in which these meetings take place. The groundbreaking features have helped ETHOS distinguish itself from other healthcare communications companies as well as earn DDA’s second Tabby Award win in 2014, this time for Best Healthcare and Pharmaceutical App.
DDA is among the top eLearning companies in the USA offering custom eLearning solutions for businesses and medical organizations of all kinds. With a mastery of interactive multimedia eLearning design, gamified custom software development, and innovative programming solutions that expand the realm of the possible, DDA’s eLearning experts are well-positioned to develop effective eLearning platforms for all audiences. From its roots as one of the first digital media studios in Pennsylvania at its 1994 founding, through its continual evolution to bring the most advanced technologies within reach of all, to its current focus on groundbreaking interactive eLearning platforms including virtual medical simulations and P2P deep learning and collaboration applications, DDA pushes boundaries without breaking budgets. Its award-winning mobile eLearning application design and development offers opportunities for companies and medical organizations to more effectively convey ideas and ensure stick and thus drive better performance in learners/trainees.
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