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This Week in mLearning Podcast – A Review of Articulate Storyline [Episode 5]

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c- Big companies start to think about their mobile strategy: The Financial Times moves away from its native app over HTML5, Facebook doesn’t know what to do with mobile users and LinkedIn makes use of a hybrid app. 4- Articulate Storyline´s mobile story and challenges for the future (SCORM support, security, etc). Welcome episode #5 of our new podcast entitled “ This Week in mLearning. ” In case you missed previous episodes, you can find them HERE. Great news, our Podcast is now live on iTunes and you can subscribe HERE. Below is a summary of topics we discussed this week.

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Youth, Work, Mobiles and Poverty: everything you need to know

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Across the world, kids are our future. A number of factors combine to make sustainable, decent employment an enormous challenge for youth the world over, including low levels of education and technical skills, slow job growth, lack of information about available jobs, and difficulties accessing financial capital to start small enterprises. You can get the review here: [link] .

Mobile stats for 2010 and 2011

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A good rule of thumb is that “the more financially viable, the more accurate the stats”. We will be uploading some of our own perspectives on this in the future. I can’t help but be bowled over when I try to get my head around exactly how many people are doing useful tasks on their phones. Many of the stats are by their nature skewed.

The Youth Activists of the Future: Via Mobile Phone

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A recent article in the Financial times , some Albanian youth have been using their mobile phones to gather evidence (photos/video) against the local police who have been corrupt and failing to help with the poverty and crime in Albania. The youth movement called Mjaft! or Enough! The staffers can immediately text message their media to the over 50,000 subscribers instantly. textmarks

The Youth Activists of the Future: Via Mobile Phone

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A recent article in the Financial times , some Albanian youth have been using their mobile phones to gather evidence (photos/video) against the local police who have been corrupt and failing to help with the poverty and crime in Albania. The youth movement called Mjaft! or Enough! The staffers can immediately text message their media to the over 50,000 subscribers instantly.

Three Mobile Campaign Ideas for Giving Tuesday in 2015

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Not every one of your supporters will be in the financial position to donate to your nonprofit. You should also make a note to stop sending them future donation texts so that they don’t unsubscribe. Giving Tuesday is just around the corner, and nonprofits everywhere are looking to current trends and new technology in order to stand out from the crowd.

Google’s App Inventor … liberation or stagnation?

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Additionally, in order to ensure the future success of App Inventor, Google has funded the establishment of a Center for Mobile Learning at the MIT Media Lab, where MIT will be actively engaged in studying and extending App Inventor. This transition will happen at the end of 2011. … … Please visit the App Inventor user forums to get future updates on App Inventor. Awesome news!

2010 Forecasts

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I no longer feel that I am a single voice trying to convince of the importance of these ubiquitous capabilities to the future of learning. Already, several financial service firms such as Bank of America and Wells Fargo are exploring using mobile phones to deliver compliance training, product training and performance support/on-the-job aids. but "how?". mobile subscriptions.

Radio Show #5: Taking Advantage of Text Messaging on Student Cell Phones

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Peggy_G:students can become the experts-perfect angle for this site Liz Kolb:[link] Liz Kolb:Phonezoo.com Peggy_G:these suggestions are so valuable for districts facing the financial crunch of purchasing things like response systems (everyone is facing financial crunches) kcaise:thanks everyone kcaise:Thanks Liz Peggy_G:Wonderful show (again!) Where should we share ideas for future shows? Liz Kolb:Thanks everyone for joining.any suggestions for future topics? Thank you to all who listened to the broadcast. The next broadcast will be Wed Dec. 3rd at 3:00.

Radio Show #5: Taking Advantage of Text Messaging on Student Cell Phones

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Peggy_G:students can become the experts-perfect angle for this site Liz Kolb:[link] Liz Kolb:Phonezoo.com Peggy_G:these suggestions are so valuable for districts facing the financial crunch of purchasing things like response systems (everyone is facing financial crunches) kcaise:thanks everyone kcaise:Thanks Liz Peggy_G:Wonderful show (again!) Where should we share ideas for future shows? Liz Kolb:Thanks everyone for joining.any suggestions for future topics? Thank you to all who listened to the broadcast. The next broadcast will be Wed Dec. 3rd at 3:00.

What You Can Do to Kick Off Your Summer Melt Prevention Program Right Now!

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If you think you might create a messaging program in the future, start collecting numbers right now — as a matter of fact, we recommend it. Train the Enrollment and Financial Aid Teams to Respond in Real-Time. Its effort demonstrates that even with certain language preferences, text messaging is an ideal, low-barrier way to answer students’ financial aid questions.

The Innovative Educator: Ideas for Enhancing Teaching and Learning with Cell Phones Even in Districts that Ban Them

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Google Launches YouTube Edu April is Not Just Tax Season, It's Also Financial. No Future Left Behind : Peggy Sheehy's Student Vid. The Future of Education Essay Facebook for Parents Invitation to Come Follow Me On The Innovative Edu. skip to main | skip to sidebar The Innovative Educator Sharing ideas about educating innovatively. Almost Anything! Facebook me!

Mobile Commons Makes a Big Splash at the Upland User Conference

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Other campaigns educated young adults on financial awareness , helped teens to not text and drive, encouraged teens to learn more about STEM careers, and more. We hope to attend more events like this in the future, where we can continue to engage people and show them how effective text messaging is as a scalable communication tool. Company News Text Messaging

2010: A year in review

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Future plans. Non-profit organisations, governments and corporates want to communicate their messages to young people, e.g. healthy sexual behaviour or financial literacy. This is my “brag pack&# for 2010. Read the one for 2009. What I did. As fellow for 21st century learning at the Shuttleworth Foundation I spent the year focusing on my m4Lit , or mobiles for literacy, project.

From E-Learning To M-Learning | New Learning Playbook

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As seen in the chart below, m-learning may be the learning tool of the future: I see three trends fueling this new interest in m-learning: More companies will explore mobile learning as an increasing number of tech-savvy Millennials enter the workforce and insist on the speed and mobility of m-learning. More content will be available via mobile learning. What do you think? Anyone else?

Flux » Articles | Mobile Learning in Learning and Skills

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This is not a headline anyone in the Learning and Skills sector would have expected following the LSC Capital project difficulties, which have left several colleges facing financial difficulties, and the Train 2 Gain funding shortfall which has strained the solvency of many work based learning providers. As for the future for Molenet? a blog hosted by Futurelab home About Contact Articles Ideas Resources Mobile Learning in Learning and Skills 5th October, 2009 posted by: Bob Harrison Good News from the LSC? But perhaps the LSC has had the answer to both those problems all along?

Mobile E-learning Publishing: iPad, iPhone, or Kindle – Which do iChoose?

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In relation to accountability, access becomes paramount—can those who lack financial means still find opportunities to read without having to pay? A nod to the oft-quoted phrase, “the future is here, it’s just not evenly distributed” is appropriate as mobile devices will always require significant equipment and subscription costs—not to mention the ancillary costs of content downloads.

Aga Khan Development Network - AKDN Blog

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Mobile technology may well be one of the critical components of teaching and learning in the future in the developing world, enabling AKU-IED, EA to offer high quality, context-relevant programmes in East Africa. In Africa, less than 5 per cent of people use the internet – in Kenya only 2.2 per cent of households have internet access and the figure drops to 0.6

Mobile Strategies, Mobile Software, Handhelds and PDAs: Questions to Ponder before Starting a Mobile Software Development Project for Handheld PDAs, iPhones and Smartphones

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Often an appropriate data model for a simple mobile application, is not the appropriate data model once you start adding features and additional modules in future versions. 6 hours ago Accounts Payable Optimization News and Discussions AP vendors and financial trouble ? skip to main | skip to sidebar Mobile Strategies, Mobile Software, Handhelds and PDAs Mobile technology discussions, enterprise mobile computing strategies, reviews of PDAs, Smartphones, handheld computers, rugged mobile devices, windows mobile, iphones and much more. How will you do this? 1 week ago.

Mobile Learning: Cellular Phones as Learning Tools « Compassion in Politics: Christian Social Entrepreneurship, Education Innovation, & Base of the Pyramid/BOP Solutions

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Compassion in Politics: Christian Social Entrepreneurship, Education Innovation, & Base of the Pyramid/BOP Solutions Front Page Mission | About Web 2.0 & The world of mLearning and mEducation is certainly growing. Possibly related posts: (automatically generated) Handheld Learning 2007, Day 2, Hands-On Mobile! Leave a Comment Click here to cancel reply. Subscribe Subscribe to my RSS Feed.

Relevant Science: "Mobile Learning: Trends and Challenges"

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Grant writing helps.PTA/PTO parent groups providing financial support Tuesday March 23, 2010 2:18 Mark Hess 2:18 Mark Hess: E-rate as well.I skip to main | skip to sidebar Relevant Science Comments and links to reports on science, and its applications. Please start submitting them now. The chat itself will begin at 2 p.m. Eastern. Thanks for joining us. demonstration school. my 6 yr. Thanks.

ACU's iPhone initiative: a year later

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George, Bill and Scott all agree that the iPhone and devices like it represent the future of education. The results of the first years experiment are positive enough that future institutional investment can be justified to provide the necessary ubiquity. Its clear that the readiness of todays students to face the future depends on programs like this, and the "culture of innovation" that seems to drive ACU. Español Engadget ↓ HD Mobile Español Polska Deutschland ???? ???? ??? ???? We talked for well over an hour, and their intensity and enthusiasm never dwindled. Enjoy!