The Future Of Mobile Learning
OCTOBER 4, 2012
The success of a technology depends on its mainstream adoption, which in turn depends on a lot of factors not necessarily linked to the quality or utility of the technology. Mobile Learning Corporate mLearning Future of Mobile Learning mLearningYou can find our presentation here. Ubiquitous and pervasive computing. Social (human) and Machine networks.
Mobile Learning: A Quick SWOT Analysis
APRIL 11, 2011
Specially when the need is to build native apps which can utilize the true potential of the mobile platform. Mobile Learning mLearning SWOT AnalysisFor over two years now, we have not only just been hearing about mobile learning but also actively understanding and working on it. A number of these posts can be found at this link. Weaknesses. No more just a buzzword or science fiction.
The Mobile Learning Ecosystem I – 10 Important Questions
SEPTEMBER 5, 2012
As discussed by Amit Garg in one of his previous posts 6 Drivers Of mLearning In The Workplace , there are a huge number of factors driving the adoption of mobile devices by individuals, and by companies in the workplace. Agents in the network must have the ability to utilize this energy to produce ‘objects’ of value. Mobile Learning mLearning Mobile Learning Ecosystem
Will Mobile Apps Change Training Forever?
SEPTEMBER 30, 2010
Foreman’s Mate – a utility for the workers in construction industry. Tags: Mobile Learning Training Companies mLearning Mobile Applications Mobile Apps Training Technology around us is evolving at a rapid pace and is in turn affecting a speedy evolution of learning technology. Work is changing and, to keep pace with it, training is changing too. Let me explain why I think that way.
The Emergence Of Mobile Learning For Higher Education In Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia
JANUARY 15, 2013
The biggest education-centric exhibition held in Feb 2011 in Saudi Arabia focused on the increased utilization of modern technology to bring the quality of education in the Kingdom on par with international standards. Mobile Learning mLearning Mobile Learning in Saudi ArabiaThis is now considered as an essential learning style in the future. JUSUR, LMS System. Saudi Digital Library.
Computers aren’t so special anymore, but the kids may be better off: An introduction to mobile ‘appliance computing’ in Queensland schools
MAY 10, 2012
This process can also be described as a move towards ‘appliance computing’, where the low cost and wide-spread use of mobile computers reaches a point where society views them as expected utilities, or everyday appliances in the same category as TVs, DVD players or microwaves. Future mlearn Australia iPad mobile phone OLPC queensland XOHow do we know this? Responsible Behaviour Plan?
mLearning: ‘Using Your Senses’
mLearning is Good
NOVEMBER 6, 2011
Much of mLearning has to do with repurposing existing content or building modules similar to other eLearning modules. Besides the always on, always connected, always with you nature of mobile devices, they also have a number of different sensors that we can utilize in our learning design. I see the value in that particularly for compliance training and other types of information dissemination. Sometimes learner’s needs are met by simply having content available in multiple places (i.e. desktop and mobile device). So how can you start to use these in your designs? link].
Considerations on What mLearning Now Means
The Mobile Learner
DECEMBER 11, 2013
I haven’t written for a while because I am considering what mLearning looks like as we head into 2014. Back in 2007, when I began this blog, the posts often focused on ways educators and students could utilize mobile devices for learning in an attempt to make it’s use ubiquitous. Considering this new reality, I’ve been asking myself the following question: “What does mLearning look like when use if mobile devices is ubiquitous?” In this environment of multimodal devices and BYOD, what are next steps for mLearning?
Cloud Computing and mobility Part 2.
FEBRUARY 18, 2008
In part one we looked at how computing may just become a service utility in the same sense as electricity or water, and be accessible anywhere via wireless technologies. mlearning m-learning mobile-learning mobile+learning podcasting iphone apple web+2.0 mobile mLearning mLearn cloud utility computing computingNot accessible on a desktop PC you can’t lug anywhere. And available to devices that don’t have the processing power of decent laptops. But is this what we see happening around us? So will these trends impact mobile learning? That seems like a winner.
Cloud Computing: money and mobilty
FEBRUARY 1, 2008
The first angle its coming from has nothing to do with mobile technology, but I’ll detail it briefly in this mLearning blog just for context. Cloud computing then (also called utility computing) foresees that supplying this service will eventually look much like the other utility service providers we take for granted - such as power, electricity and water. mlearning m-learning mobile-learning mobile+learning podcasting iphone apple web+2.0 cloud utility computing wireless computingAnd just what is ‘cloud computing’? It cost over $2500 at the time. With Yahoo!,
IPhone- User Interface Guidelines- Part I
JUNE 24, 2010
Utility applications: primarily deals with checking quick summary of information or performing quick task. Tags: Mobile Learning IPhone Iphone Guidelines IPhone Interface mLearning The iPhone’s revolutionary user interface has changed the way we look at mobile devices. The iPhone SDK let’s you create native applications for the device. This is the first. It runs in safari browser.
mLearning-World.com: WebEx Presentation- Hitting a Moving Target: Serving the Mobile Learner
JANUARY 23, 2007
skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Tuesday, January 23, 2007 WebEx Presentation- Hitting a Moving Target: Serving the Mobile Learner For reference: Hitting a Moving Target: Serving the Mobile Learner mlearning m-learning mobile-learning mobile+learning podcasting iphone apple web+2.0 learing+2.0 New Le. Training.
mLearning Content Types - Level 6: Rich Media
JANUARY 27, 2010
Level 6 is the final stage of the mlearning content model comprising rich-media formats such as podcasts or video, targeted firmly at the smartphone/netbook audience. Typical Use Cases for Level 6 include: Additional Considerations Level 6 rich media content is probably the most challenging mlearning content format with respect to cost and performance.
Putting Handheld Devices to Work in Mobile Learning
Mobile Learning Edge
DECEMBER 14, 2010
His company’s infographic (shown below) provides an overview of where mobile learning can be utilized within a corporate environment. Articles Industry Amit Carg Blended Learning corporate learning eLearning handheld devices information sharing mlearning Mobile Learning Upside LearningTo add to the blend of learning/education. To access information. This is Gary’s list: 1.
Why 1:1 May Not Be Necessary
The Mobile Learner
DECEMBER 12, 2013
However, when utilizing a smaller number, in our case 4 iPad minis, in a learning centre where students are rotating between centres, students tended to be more focused and teachers, who now naturally fall into the role of facilitator, are able to observe student activities more directly and provide that timely descriptive feedback that everyone is talking about these days. In the meantime, necessity had created an environment that has challenged my thinking about 1:1 and the best way to utilize mobile devices to support learning in classrooms.
The Powerful Combination of Mobile Devices and Learning Apps
The Mobile Learner
NOVEMBER 15, 2009
For younger children, the utilization of apps that provide drill and practice or flash cards to develop basic mathematical skill. Utilize mapping software such as Google Earth or Google maps in the study of physical geography or urban design/planning. I realize that when I make reference to apps, it tends to imply the use of an iPhone or iPod Touch. Mobile Devices and Literacy.
Mobile Learning: A 4th Reading List
The Mobile Learner
JUNE 27, 2010
5) 50 Fun iPhone Apps to Get Kids Reading and Learning : This blog post provides links to iPhone apps that can be utilized for student learning. 9) 12 Interesting Ways to Use an iPod Touch in the Classroom : A google docs page providing various tips on utilizing an iPod Touch for Learning. Tags: Cell Phones in Education digital culture edushifts iPod in Education mlearning mobilelearning Here are 10 of the more recent articles and blog posts that I have read concerning mobile learning. Links to the other 3 lists can be found at the bottom of this blog post.
iPods in Education Part 14: Enhanced Science Education
The Mobile Learner
AUGUST 10, 2010
In addition, there are the built in apps that can be utilized during study: scientific calculator. There are many digital tools that students can utilize that can assist them in their scientific learning. Tags: apps differentiatedinstruction iPod in Education mlearning mobilelearning tools True, mobile devices work well across the curriculum. Much time as been spent in this “iPods in Education series on uses as they relate to Language Arts or geography instruction. This time, I’d like to branch out and look at some uses in science. Firstly, I go to the apps.
August Hot List: Mobile Learning Content
mLearnopedia on Blogspot
SEPTEMBER 7, 2009
Best of Mobile Learning August 1, 2009 to August 31, 2009 Featured Sources The following are the top items from featured sources based on social signals. Daydreamer , August 22, 2009.
Addressing Some More Critiques of Mobile Learning
The Mobile Learner
AUGUST 21, 2009
Even one – to – three computers over the span of 6-7 hours per day can be utilized to engage students and teach them online skills. Tags: Cell Phones in Education edushifts mobilelearning rants tools mlearning While the above are likely the most common critiques of mobile learning, there are many more critiques and other issues that need to be addressed.
Current thoughts on ubiquitous computing and learning
APRIL 4, 2010
My reason was that while mobile learning (or mLearning) had finally started to catch on amongst educators, we are often a conservative lot, and I felt there was much more yet to be done – such as using the mLearning as a basis to start preparing for the real show – what learning would have to look like in a world of totally universal, ubiquitous computing. Well, I started this ubiquitous learning blog just over 12 months ago as a successor to a long-runing mobile learning blog. And what should an educator’s response be?
Media Encoding Tools for Mobile Learning
JANUARY 6, 2010
mlearning #elearning The offering cited in the post is for a new cloud-based application/service called Encoding.com from a company of the same name. As a techie actively involved in mlearning content production every day - much of that media-based - I can fully appreciate the benefit this sort of service can offer mlearning content producers and practitioners. Customers can select/utilize a set of predefined conversion templates that make it easy to "transcode" a master/source file from one format into a variety of different output formats. Here's my quick take.
CellCast Takes Top Honors at DemoFest 2010
NOVEMBER 23, 2010
The awards were given in support of our entry titled " mLearning: Learning on the Go " in the Sales Training category that OnPoint jointly submitted for consideration with CellCast customer Verizon Wireless. Our winning entry in the Sales Training category also was recognized as "Best in Show - Vendor" for the entire event.
Learning as Reflexive; Reality as a Series of Filters « The Ddeok is Always Greener on the Other Side ?? ?? ? ? ???
JULY 24, 2010
I don’t champion it all that often as I have always been of the belief that technology equates to utility so if the utility doesn’t become apparent in a few heartbeats, I generally discard it. However, mobile learning generally is the black sheep of the classroom>elearning>mlearning continuum precisely because it is so far off the pedagogical radar. link].
Michael Yeap.potential PhD Candidate: Aug 28 - Definition of Usability & Mobile Learning
AUGUST 29, 2009
A book of papers from MLearn 2004. So, utilizing mobile devices in education is mainly considered as enhanced tools. Aug 25 - Wattenberg, Accessibility Heuristics util. skip to main | skip to sidebar Michael Yeap.potential PhD Candidate Friday, August 28, 2009 Aug 28 - Definition of Usability & Mobile Learning Definition of Usability Evaluation of the technical and pedagogical mobile usability. Antti Syvänen. antti.syvänen@uta.fi Hypermedia Laboratory, University of Tampere, FIN-33014 Tampereen yliopisto, Finland. Petri Nokelainen. email@example.com Mobility 06, Oct.
Duke Digital Initiative into its fourth wireless year | EDC Blog
JANUARY 31, 2009
Home About RSS Log in Duke Digital Initiative into its fourth wireless year Posted on January 30, 2009 by Hamish Filed Under Uncategorized As promised, I’d like to bring to your attention a few items regarding mobile learning (mLearning) and the way it’s being used in educational spheres. Belkin soon got on board by offering free microphones that could be plugged into the iPods for recording purposes, and something highly valuable was thrown into the mix that if utilized during class sessions would be a great interactive study tool for students. Subscribe What is RSS?