Most of the developers of learning technologies are located in first world countries. They take what they see around as a baseline when creating new stuff. They are countries open to investing in new technologies, with amazing Internet connections and cheap options in terms of mobile devices.
What happens when our target audience is not in one of these places?
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In a recent episode of the HRExaminer Radio, Josh Tolan and John Sumser touched on the increasing role of video technology in the business, particularly in Human Resources. This resonates with me because I am part of an organization that pioneers solutions at the intersection of video content technologies and its impact…
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