Evaluating mHealth Solutions for Healthcare Organizations

Mobile Commons

According to a recent survey by the nonprofit Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), nearly 90 percent of professionals working in healthcare organizations use mobile devices to engage their patients in clinical care.

Infographic: The TAO of Enterprise Mobility

Float Mobile Learning

Industry News Mobile Apps Mobile Devices Mobile Strategy Press affordances cup of joe blog infographic mobile affordances organizations TAO technologies

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I’ll Text You! SMS For Your Nonprofit Organization

Mobile Commons

Watch the video below for mobile usage statistics, best practices for integrating mobile into campaigns, and examples of past and ongoing campaigns from Greenpeace USA and other large nonprofit organizations.

Organizational Trust, Learning & Collaboration

Mobile Learning Edge

Consider the importance of maintaining established organizational trust and take actions to preserve it through a well planned training program that is integrated into the functions of the organization as well as providing targeted and relevant information. Offering the latest and greatest training fad program may be wonderful for morale … for a while, but once the luster has worn off, and the support provided by the organization begins to wane, learners begin asking questions.

New to Mobile Learning Development: 3 Big Problems and 7 Solutions

The Three Big Problems In order to be successful at any mobile learning effort inside an organization, training. date in 2011, offers an offline delivery solution that syncs with an organization’s LMS.

Float Mobile Learning Leaders: How to Develop and Implement Mobile Learning in Your Organization

Float Mobile Learning

Representatives from Float Mobile Learning will be available to help demystify the process of developing mobile learning initiatives at the eLearning Guild’s annual DevLearn conference in Las Vegas. Android iOS Press Releases Tappestry Chad Udell DevLearn 2012 eLearning Guild Jim Ferolo Judy Brown Learning Everywhere Neil Lasher

Google Calendar.A Mobile Student Organizer

Cell Phones in Learning

The more I use Google Calendar , the more I think we should just replace all hard copy calendars and those bulky assignment notebooks with the free Google service. The best part is that not only is the Calendar service web-based and allows you to collaborate with others on a Calendar, but it is mobile! So students will always be able to have their calendars and schedules on hand (unlike hard copy assignment notebooks where they often forget these).since

Google Calendar.A Mobile Student Organizer

Cell Phones in Learning

The more I use Google Calendar , the more I think we should just replace all hard copy calendars and those bulky assignment notebooks with the free Google service. The best part is that not only is the Calendar service web-based and allows you to collaborate with others on a Calendar, but it is mobile! So students will always be able to have their calendars and schedules on hand (unlike hard copy assignment notebooks where they often forget these).since

Mobile Learning – A Quick Start Guide: Get The Free eBook

Upside Learning

This leads to organizations being unsure of how to formulate even a basic mLearning Strategy. This eBook called ‘Mobile Learning – A Quick Start Guide’ can help you understand when to use, how to design, develop and implement mLearning in a way that works for your organization.

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Connections: Articles on Mobile Learning in Security and Defense Organizations

Float Mobile Learning

Quarterly journal features articles on mobile learning research ethics, the Experience API (xAPI) and mobile serious games. Experience API Industry News Mobile Strategy Connections journal government security

Social Interactions Benefit Individuals and Organizations

Float Mobile Learning

Float announces its team is heading to DevLearn, Tappestry 1.3 is live, and the ASTD Mobile Learning Certificate program kicks off in Washington, D.C., this week. Conferences Featured Newsletter Tappestry Android ASTD ASTD Mobile Learning Certificate DevLearn 2012 informal learning Learning 3.0 social learning

VIDEO: Mobile-ize, Organize & Unionize!

Mobile Commons

Two weeks ago, we hosted our first training with our partners at Organizing 2.0. Below is a clip from our opening session laying out success stories of integrating mobile into union organizing. You can view all of the videos (6 total) on the Organizing 2.0

Press Release: CHAMPIONS – A Framework for Improving Worker Performance Through Emerging Technology

Float Mobile Learning

The framework helps organizations increase productivity by blending technological innovation with human performance. Press CHAMPIONS context innovations mobile affordances personal use social

Mobile Learning And The BYOD Movement

Upside Learning

Some organizations have embraced it with open arms while many are still apprehensive about security risks that BYOD poses. No matter what your organization’s view on BYOD is, one thing is certain – the BYOD movement has gathered steam and gained an unstoppable momentum.

Mobile Student Organization and Management Tools

Cell Phones in Learning

Lately I have come across a lot of free mobile applications that could be used for student organization and management. Therefore many students struggle with being able to manage and organize their academic life. resources that couple with mobile phones to help with organization. I notice that many of these applications couple with Jott (see earlier post for tutorial) so that you can call in your reminders and have them post to a calendar or "to do" list.

Introducing: mLearning Design Training [6-hr Workshop with RJ Jacquez]

mLearning Revolution

Acquire important data for making a powerful business case for mobile learning in your organization. After delivering my 6Hr Mobile Learning Workshop for companies for a few months, today I’m opening it up for Learning Professionals. Why Register for this Training?

New Mobile Learning Research

Upside Learning

The report is based on the analysis of responses to an ASTD/i4cp survey of over 500 business and learning professionals apart from insights gathered from interviews conducted with representatives of several organizations in Feb/Mar’12.

Tappestry: Kicking the Informal Learning (Tin) Can

Mobile Learning Edge

It encourages users to develop a record of their learning journey over time, and organizes it for them so they can refer back as need be. The fact that organizations can keep records of these informal activities will also help to increase their visibility and importance.

I Need to Convert My Content to Mobile – Now What??

Upside Learning

More and more organizations are coming to the realization that they need to “mobilize” their content. How to best make that happen is the tricky part, as there are a multitude of things to consider such as: What types of content lend themselves to mobile? Which employees will most benefit from mobile content? Do we […]. Mobile Learning converting content to mobile Developing Mobile Learning mLearning Content

Float Mobile Learning Introduces Tappestry for Organizations and Events

Float Mobile Learning

Float Mobile Learning today introduced new features in Tappestry specifically designed for social networking within the enterprise. These new modules allow employees and attendees to share learning and capture productivity data. Android iOS Press Releases Tappestry enterprise social network for learning iPad iPhone iPod Touch learning social network Tappestry for Android Tappestry for iOS Tin Can API

Download Mobile Learning Research for Your Organization At Half Price

Float Mobile Learning

Each item in Float's library of mobile learning research available at a 50% off discount from Oct. 29-Nov. 2, 2012. Research DevLearn 2012 mAgriculture mHealth mobile learning research return on investment ROI

How Should YOU Be Using Mobile? Let These 4 Organizations Be Your Guide

Mobile Commons

But sometimes, the medium can seem so vast and powerful, that it can be hard to get specific about what, exactly, your organization should be doing. Let These 4 Organizations Be Your Guide appeared first on Mobile Commons. This post originally appeared on Salsa Labs’ blog.

The Four Stages of Mobile Maturity

Upside Learning

One interesting aspect I’ve noticed from my research is that organizations move on an evolutionary path as they mature in their adoption of mobile technologies that impact learning significantly. First mobile devices make an entry into the organizations.

Five Practical Mobile Learning Tips

Upside Learning

Mobile learning can come in varied forms; in that sense, it is very similar to eLearning and organizations must consider carefully what they are looking to do with in the mobile learning space.

6 Steps To A Better Mobile Learning Strategy

Upside Learning

Frankly, most organizations can benefit from mlearning, given that the real needs of a specific organization are identified so that the most appropriate solutions can be implemented. Even with an established need, some organization may not be ready to embrace mlearning.

Designing eLearning For iPads (LT 2013 – Slide Deck)

Upside Learning

We believe that 2013 is going to be the year of tablets and smartphones, and for us, at Upside Learning, eLearning on iPads (tablets) and mEnablement (as we call it) are powerful themes – ones that can get organizations started towards mLearning.

MLearning and a Global Workforce

Mobile Learning Edge

The need of the hour is —technology that enables organizations to distribute “just-in-time” updates that are both targeted and tracked. UpSide Learning blogger Aneesh Bhat suggested this week that to remain competitive, companies must increase their agility in the informational and educational support they provide their employees. Access to information at all times is now necessary to sustain momentum and provide employees with the tools and reinforcement they require.

6 Drivers Of mLearning In The Workplace

Upside Learning

Mobile learning (or mlearning) is probably a hot topic of discussion in your organization right now. In some organizations, L&D staff is struggling to build a business case for mlearning.

10 Things Adobe gets Right about Mobile Learning with Captivate 8 [Review]

mLearning Revolution

One thing that is obvious to me by the way these resolutions are organized from left to right is that Adobe is thinking desktop-first, tablet-second and mobile-last.

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Infographics for Social Media

Mobile Learning Edge

Five social networking and social media infographics that have application to mobile learning: both within an organization and between a company and it’s clients from CreativeFan’s list of 60 great infographics for social media.

Mobile Learning – The Third Dimension

Upside Learning

An organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage. For today’s organizations, the quest for demonstrable ‘competitive advantage’ is unending and seen as the key to success.

Healthcare…Mobile devices…lessons for learning?

Mobile Learning Edge

That means organizations need to work with mobile devices, not against them.” An integrated approach that makes mobile devices a component of an organization’s overall enterprise security strategy is better than point solutions. Two questions: Do you let employees use their personal mobile devices for learning? How do you protect company information on their device?

You’ve Implemented Mobile Learning – Now How Do You Sustain Interest?

Upside Learning

One of the things I always like doing is talking to our customers about 6 months after our mobile performance support tool (Upside2Go) has been implemented in their organization. A common thread I've noticed is there is a lot of initial excitement/activity during the mobile app roll out period the first few months. Yet as […]. Mobile Learning

5 Mobile Learning Pitfalls To Avoid

Upside Learning

Having worked with several organizations over the last 4 years, trying to get their mobile learning initiatives off the ground, we’ve learnt about some of the common pitfalls to avoid. Here are the 5 most common and important ones. Thinking mLearning is ‘eLearning on mobile’ In my view this is probably the biggest mistake […]. Mobile Learning eLearning on mobile eLearning On Tablets

Mobile Enables Informal Learning

Upside Learning

Part of that environment will be the culture of the organization and that’s not something any vendor, technology, or tool can do for you. To me, this is the real potential of mobile, which organizations should strive to achieve.

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

Mobile Learning Edge

My book was aimed at decision-makers and buyers in business and governmental organizations. For managers in corporate training, these examples may be the most valuable parts of the book in that it gives them something to use in arguing for mobile learning within their organization.

Mobilize Your Sales Team via Performance Support

Upside Learning

And while there are still some organizations that require more education before moving forward, more and […]. Upside Learning is bombarded on a daily basis with queries from companies prepared to leverage the capacity of mobile learning via the devices (yes, BYOD is here to stay folks) their people own and check constantly throughout the day. Mobile Learning Performance Support

High-Speed Computing Fuels The Speed Of Change

Float Mobile Learning

The CHAMPIONS framework can help your organization adapt to those changes with ease. The business world is always changing. Industry News Mobile Strategy Pedagogy and Learning User Experience CHAMPIONS content strategy Learning Everywhere mobile technology performance support

Top 7 Myths Of Mobile Learning

Upside Learning

Also the BYOD policies in your organization will affect the security measures you need to adopt. When it comes to mobile learning myths and misconceptions abound. The mlearning domain is still new to many, so this confusion is to be expected.

Mobile Organizing for 2012 – Our Netroots Nation Panel Streaming Live

Mobile Commons

Our CEO Jed Alpert is moderating a panel at Netroots Nation called “Mobile Organizing for 2012: From Elections to Occupy, Anti-Fracking to Arab Spring.” ” The panel will explore how organizations are using mobile to build their political movements, and give practical tips on how to drive phone calls to legislators, build a base of supporters, and move that base along the ladder of engagement.