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Performance Improving Technology: Reading a PDF on an E-Reader

Performance Improving Technology: Reading a PDF on an E-Reader

With every passing day, I get more and more notifications that the publications I have a subscription to either are going digital or have the option for a digital download. I always opt for the digital subscription because I do not have to wait for the issue to be sent, and I do not have to worry about the clutter of several magazines every month and debating which to throw away and which to keep. I just keep them all in my digital library.

Performance Improving Technology: iTranslate Voice 2

Performance Improving Technology: iTranslate Voice 2

Good communication starts with understanding one another. In most instances communication is done in one of two ways–written or spoken. Communication is the key to any situation involving two or more people. If you cannot communicate with another person, there are ways to work around this handicap by drawing pictures, pointing, and hoping the message gets across. However, that takes more time and energy than necessary.

Performance Improving Technology–Digital Signatures

Performance Improving Technology–Digital Signatures

I recently tried out this app for the purposes of preparing a review. I have used the app on my iPhone and on the iPad. My preference is to use it on the iPad simply because there is more viewing space, but it still usable on an iPhone. However, I would not recommend using the app when preoccupied. There are a few steps that need to be completed that will need your attention.

Performance Improving Technology: Smart Tablets

Performance Improving Technology: Smart Tablets

Smart tablets seem to be all the rage in the past few years. Smart tablets are, for the most part, smart phones, but they are bigger; and, in most cases, you do not use them to talk on, but you use them more so as a touch-screen laptop.

TrendSpotters: Qube Learning Platform

TrendSpotters: Qube Learning Platform

Andy and his team have been using human performance technology (HPT) to develop workshops and games for improving sales performance in organizations for many years.