Book Review: The App Generation

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Researchers at Yale have written a book on how digital technology is shaping the human experience, from religion and ethics to education and more. Industry News Pedagogy and Learning book review culture The App Generation Yale

New Mobile Learning Book Provides Practical Roadmap

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Conferences Industry News books content strategy DevLearn security social media “Mastering Mobile Learning” offers tips and techniques for you that we use in our day-to-day projects with industry-leading clients.

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New Book Alert – Moodle for Mobile Learning

Float Mobile Learning

Teachers, tutors, instructors and L&D professionals using Moodle will find this book valuable. Industry News book review Moodle

E-Book Suggests Students Will Soon Be In Control Of Learning, Not Teachers

Float Mobile Learning

Education is at a tipping point, according to a new e-book featuring 35 industry experts: people will have much more control of how they learn information. Industry News Pedagogy and Learning e-book education

New Book Details Mobile Health Examples, Trends, Obstacles and Benefits

Float Mobile Learning

Gary Woodill reviews mHealth: From Smartphones to Smart Systems, a book edited by Rick Krohn and David Metcalf. Research Strategy mHealth research mHealth strategy mhealth-tag mobile health mobile health books mobile health research mobile health strategy mobile healthcare

Free Mobile Learning Book

Upside Learning

The Open University of China has recently released an mLearning book called Global Mobile Learning Implementations and Trends. The book is available for free online here. It has been edited by Dr. Mohamed Ally (Athabasca University) and Dr. Avgoustos Tsinakos (Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technology in Greece). Dr. Ally had previously published a […]. Mobile Learning mLearning

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Launch of phase 2 of bookly

Steve Vosloo

Today is the launch of phase two of bookly , a mobile/browser-based reading and writing platform in South Africa. In 2013 bookly won the Best Start-up award at the annual FutureBook Innovation Awards in London. bookly was launched in May last year as an e-reader app on Mxit.

9-Point Guide for Switching to ePublishing from Traditional Books

Kitaboo

And very soon, companies and educational institutes started demanding their content to be published in digital format so as to cater to these new-age readers who prefer smartphones over books. One of the major drawbacks of print books was lack of interaction and engagement.

Float Participates in New E-Book: 158 Tips On mLearning – From Planning to Implementation

Float Mobile Learning

New e-book from eLearning Guild features 158 tips from more than 20 mobile learning experts, including Float. Industry News Mobile Strategy e-book eLearning Guild mobile learning tips

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Book Review: Informal Learning Basics

Float Mobile Learning

Saul Carliner's latest book discusses social learning's importance and techniques for how to implement it. Pedagogy and Learning Research informal learning Saul Carliner social learning

mLearning Book to Blog

mLearning World

I've been working on an mLearning book for several years now but life takes its twists and turns and I have files upon files of notes with no time to put it together. These aren't your typical studies on what content development tools or LMS integration strategies you get in many mLearning books out there. Sometimes you have to make one of those decisions.

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10 mLearning Lessons I Learned from reading Mobile First by Luke Wroblewski [Book Review]

mLearning Revolution

This is why I’m a big fan of Luke Wroblewski’s book entitled Mobile First. I have read this book several times and I highly recommend you do too, especially as you think about your own mobile and mobile learning strategy moving forward.

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Putting Mobile Learning Into Motion – New Book Excerpt Coming Soon

Float Mobile Learning

Float Mobile Learning''s June 2013 newsletter looks at a new book on mobile strategy, mLearnCon, ASTD 2013, sales enablement blog articles, and new updates to Float''s apps. Conferences Mobile Apps Newsletter ASTD ICE 2013 Float Mobile Learning Primer mLearnCon mLearnCon 2013 mobile learning prototype Putting Learning Into Motion RabbleBrowser sales enablement Sandbox

ASTD 2013 Is One For the History Books

Float Mobile Learning

Chad Udell writes about his experiences with mobile learning and more at the ASTD 2013 conference in Dallas. Conferences ASTD ICE 2013

Chad Udell Offers Mobile Guidance for the Enterprise in New Book Learning Everywhere

Float Mobile Learning

Chad Udell's breakthrough book, Learning Everywhere, guides readers through developing a content strategy for creating successful mobile training. Featured Strategy Chad Udell Learning Everybody mLearnCon 2012 mobile learning mobile learning authors mobile learning books mobile learning content strategy mobile learning expert mobile training performance support

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New Book! "Cell Phones in the Classroom"

Cell Phones in Learning

My new book is coming out this September called Cell Phones in the Classroom: A Practical Guide for Educators ! I am very proud of this book. I look forward to hearing your feedback on the book Finally!

Book Review: Designing mLearning: tapping into the mobile revolution for organizational performance, by Clark Quinn

Mobile Learning Edge

The past six months has seen the publication of three new books on mobile learning. For the most part, these three books do not overlap very much because they each were designed for different audiences and markets, resulting in each book having a different style or voice.

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Coming in March 2017! Book that Features Triple E Framework Published by ISTE

Cell Phones in Learning

The book is published by ISTE and features the Triple E Framework. The book will include: The research overview of what is and is not effective technology integration (because there is actual research out there!)

Book Review: Work-Based Mobile Learning: concepts and cases

Float Mobile Learning

Book Review: Pachler, N., Pimmer, C., and Seipold, J. 2011). Work Based Mobile Learning: concepts and cases. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang. Professor Norbert Pachler at the Institute of Education, University of [.]. Pedagogy and Learning Research case studies souveillance work-based mobile learning

Innovative Mobile Learning Book - Fantastic!!

mLearning is Good

I’m reading this book called Innovative Mobile Learning Techniques and Technologies by Hokyoung Ryu and David Parsons of Massey University in New Zealand (which I think I found through mLearnopedia - Thanks To the good folks over there!). You can download the book for free here , and I recommend you do. This book is rather large, and it has a slew of examples that can help you understand the challenges and expectations of a mobile learning effort.

Mobile, ubiquitous access to 1.5 million books

uLearning Blog

million books that Google has scanned now available for searching and reading, but a new iPhone / iPod Touch / small-screen-optimized interface means it can now be done simply and easily from anywhere in the civilized (read cell-connected) world.

My New Book: Help Your Child Learn with Cell Phones Coming in JUNE!

Cell Phones in Learning

Coming out this June, my new book for parents " Help Your Child Learn with Cell Phones "! This book is for parents, grandparents, and educators who are interested in helping their children learn how to use their cell phone as a productive tool for learning.

The Next Frontier: Digital Books

The Mobile Learner

Now, the next frontier appears to be the book industry. Technically speaking, it appears strange that the first media to experience this revolutionary shift was not books. June 1999 can be marked as a turning point in the distribution of media.

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Coming October 2008! Liz's Book

Cell Phones in Learning

I officially have an October 2008 release date for my book Toys to Tools: Connecting Student's Cell Phones to Education. ISTE is the publisher, and I hope the book is a starting point for thoughtful discussions around cell phones and student learning. Additionally the book is packed with lots of ideas of how to use basic Cell Phones for learning activities in all content areas. Some of my favorite educators who have tried cell phones in learning are included in the book.

Coming October 2008! Liz's Book

Cell Phones in Learning

I officially have an October 2008 release date for my book Toys to Tools: Connecting Student's Cell Phones to Education. ISTE is the publisher, and I hope the book is a starting point for thoughtful discussions around cell phones and student learning. Additionally the book is packed with lots of ideas of how to use basic Cell Phones for learning activities in all content areas. Some of my favorite educators who have tried cell phones in learning are included in the book.

Which book changed your life?

moblearn

Mobile learning works for lots of reasons. It might work for you because you can learn where you want. It might work for me because my phone is the only connection I have to the internet, and my classmates. It works for some of our excluded learners because it reaches them, and (if we are lucky), is part of their "ah-ha!" moment. I love stories of those "ah-ha!" moments. The sudden

The Mobile Learning Edge – A Quick Book Review

Upside Learning

A few weeks back we received Gary Woodill’s latest book ‘The Mobile Learning Edge’ ; after a few weeks of hanging around on my desk, I’ve found the time to read it. There are a whole range of resources in the book that add value as well.

New Mobile Learning Book Available

mLearnopedia Blog

A new 414-page book has been released or free download. The book entitled "Innovative Mobile Learning: Techniques and Technologies" is a collection of chapters from across the world, edited by Hokyoung Ryu and David Parsons from Massey University, New Zealan."The

Amazon’s Kindle MatchBook Supplies Digital Copies of Print Books You Purchase

Float Mobile Learning

While the MatchBook may be underwhelming for some, Amazon has responded to the oft-requested feature. Industry News Mobile Apps Amazon Kindle Kindle MatchBook

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Bookless Library BiblioTech Aims to Help Bridge Digital Divide

Float Mobile Learning

A Texas library lends only e-books, digital magazines and electronics in an effort to give more people Internet access. Industry News e-book e-reader library

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Mandalay Bay Uses SMS to Help Book Their Guests

Mobile Commons

They’re helping guests book their hotel stays over text. The post Mandalay Bay Uses SMS to Help Book Their Guests appeared first on Mobile Commons. We wrote yesterday that hotels are using text messages to connect their guests with amenities.

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m-learning is good » Mobile Design Book Gives Great Perspective

mLearning is Good

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Book: Education and Skills 2.0: New Targets and Innovative Approaches

Steve Vosloo

At the 2014 World Economic Forum in Davos, a short book Education and Skills 2.0: The book critically reviews existing and new ideas, perspectives and frameworks on education through relevant analyses and case studies.

mLearning-World.com: The Learning Circuits Blog: What simulations are good at capturing that books are not

mLearning World

mLearnopedia: mLearnCon Mobile Learning Content ► 06/06 - 06/13 (3) Featured mLearning Books Too Funny The Disadvantages of Mobile Learning (Only 5 years.

Google Mobile Books reviewed

mLearning Blog

Google Books is now available for mobile phones. Since I was not familiar with Google Books I was also not aware that the selection is very slim to say the least. The “Business and Economics&# section includes 2 books from the early 1800s. Nevertheless, in the “Classics&# section there were some familiar books, which one can really call classics. As my test book I chose Oliver Twist.

Toys to Tools the Book has been Released!

Cell Phones in Learning

After what seems like years, my book Toys to Tools: Connecting Student Cell Phones to Education has been released today. I started writing this book two years ago (October 2006), there have been many revisions since. Published by ISTE. I look forward to hearing feedback

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Toys to Tools the Book has been Released!

Cell Phones in Learning

After what seems like years, my book Toys to Tools: Connecting Student Cell Phones to Education has been released today. I started writing this book two years ago (October 2006), there have been many revisions since. Published by ISTE. I look forward to hearing feedback

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New Handbook of Mobile Learning Is Far-Reaching In Breadth and Depth

Float Mobile Learning

Industry News Pedagogy and Learning book review Handbook of Mobile Learning Routledge''s 2013 compilation of more than 100 mobile learning research articles should be considered by faculty members, consultants, and even mobile learning developers.

Attend the Float Mobile Learning Clinic and win a copy of my book

Mobile Learning Edge

As an added bonus, we will be drawing a winner at the end of the session for a copy of my book, The Mobile Learning Edge.

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A Few Great Books to Get You Up and Running With Mobile Development

Float Mobile Learning

There is no doubt that mobile design and development is a big, big world. There are a lot of things you need to know in order to truly be an [.]. Mobile Development

mLearning-World.com: Book Review- The Brand You 50

mLearning World

skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Monday, February 12, 2007 Book Review- The Brand You 50 This is from a review I wrote on Epinions.com several years ago.

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SMS Nation: Mobile Strategists, Renewing Library Books, And Child Services Support

Mobile Commons

Despite the fact that libraries are quiet places, for years they have required patrons to call in – or even drop in – in order to renew books or follow up on items that are ready for pick up. The service sends you a text message when books or other library materials are available for pickup.