Enterprise Mobile Learning 2011 - Year in Review

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As stated in our previous post , the mobile learning “app” has proved its superiority over less compelling mobile web-delivered training materials. a.k.a. How On Target Were My 2011 Predictions?

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My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap

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We’ve certainly witnessed much of the inertia being driven at the grass roots level from executives, sales pros and other mobile-equipped employees sporting their own smartphones and tablets rather than in response to strategies being developed by the training department.

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Enterprise mLearning Predictions for 2011

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using different types of devices in multitudes of languages across diverse geographies are sure to drive awareness in mobile learning and generate interest from organizations of all sizes seeking to achieve their own successes and become more innovative in the way the train and support their ever-mobile learning communities. As stated in our previous post , the mobile learning “app” has proved its superiority over less compelling mobile web-delivered training materials.

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Enterprise mLearning Predictions for 2012

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Once everyone has the right devices and organizations accept the mandate to provide training, performance support and business communications via mobile, what will compel learners to participate and keep them engaged when there are so many distractions like Facebook , Twitter , Farmville and mobile shopping? Here on the last day of the year, I offer my predications for the big and shaping trends we’ll see in the enterprise mobile learning space for 2012.

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These four basic influences are (1) geospatial technologies (GIS data, GPS chips, RFID chips, Bluetooth, 2D and 3D bar codes, sensors, and NFC / near-field communication (radio frequency technologies); (2) mobile search (visual search and image capture); (3) social networking, and (4) 3G and 4G networking in terms of wireless technologies—which culminate in location-based learning services.