Where to Find Case Studies on Mobile Learning

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You can find mobile learning case studies in several places: books and apps, awards programs, and other compilations of case studies. Industry News Mobile Strategy case studies eLearning Guild Technology adoption

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This time, they’ll focus on case studies in mobile learning. Implementations Webinars case studies free webinar Mobile Learning ConversationsFloat Mobile Learning’s experts are back Dec. 14 with another free webinar in the Mobile Learning Conversations series. Jeff Tillett and [.].

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New Study Shows that Text Messages Drive Voter Turnout

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A new study out of Denmark shows that GOTV text messages increase voter turnout. The report analyzed four SMS studies with over 300,000 participants, and discovered that text messages increased turnout by an average of 0.74 Read the full study here.

Mobile Reviews with Study Boost

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There is a new free resource called Study Boost that connects with mobile phones. You create an account on Study Boost, then you can create your own "batches" of study questions. You can subscribe to the study questions via cell phone (you can also view them on the mobile web).

Study Finds Text Messaging More Effective for Healthcare Surveys than Phone Calls

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A new study published in PLos One suggests that health surveys conducted over text messages gather higher quality data than surveys conducted over phone calls. Study participants answered survey questions more conscientiously and honestly over SMS.

Studies Show: Recent Research on Mobile Learning

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Every day around the world, thousands of research studies are produced on every conceivable subject. So, when I checked out the Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE) recently, that there were [.]. Pedagogy and Learning Research

Protected: Mobile Learning Conversations Recording: Case Studies – Dec. 14, 2011

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Benchmark study in UK shows mobile learning technologies at 39%

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So, it is not surprising that a UK benchmark study of 600 organizations would show that mobile technologies had a 39% penetration rate. The full study by Towards Maturity will be released on November 10, 2011 and will be available for free. I have been questioned as to whether the many learning uses of mobile reviewed in my book are simply “visionary,&# or are becoming part of the landscape for learning and development professionals.

Float Wins Best Mobile Solution at DevLearn DemoFest

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Conferences Mobile Apps Mobile Development User Experience case study DemoFest DevLearn My American Farm Vivayic Float won Best Mobile Solution during the eLearning Guild’s annual eLearning DemoFest as part of this year’s DevLearn for its My American Farm app.

JMIR Reviews Text Messaging Studies, Finds Positive Overall Results

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From medication compliance to affecting behavior change to sharing information, there have been a wealth of studies examining text messaging’s role in the healthcare industry. As such, there were over 900 studies available for JMIR to review.

New Studies Show that SMS Helps You Stop Smoking

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Two new studies show that text-messaging can “measure and intervene in urges people have during smoking cessation programs.”. The studies found that real-time texting dramatically increases the accuracy of people’s reporting, and can serve as an effective tool for helping them quit altogether. A text a day keeps the cravings away. Put simply, text messages help people stop smoking.

Text Messaging for the Prevention and Management of Diabetes

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Twelve percent of all SMS healthcare studies published from 2013-2014 examined the efficacy of text messaging for diabetes management. Studies show that the ages 55-64 demographic is sending and receiving 80 text messages on average per month.

Baby Boomers Text More than Ever

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A recent Nielsen study shows that people aged 45-64 are the fastest growing demographic on the mobile frontier. Mobile Research Studies Text Messaging Baby boomer’s mobile usage is, well, booming.

Environmental Scan of Text Messaging Interventions Supports SMS Applications in Healthcare

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The scan studied evidence on text messaging interventions from 2009 to 2012 to determine the effectiveness and acceptance of text messaging as an intervening tool in healthcare. In May 2014, the U.S.

New Study Offers Tips & Tactics for the Best Health SMS Messaging

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A study by Frederick Muench of Columbia University Medical Center has identified a few key ways for health organizations to write their SMS messages for the greatest impact. The study, performed via Internet survey with people in alcohol intervention programs, asked users about their SMS preferences. Study responds said they didn’t like receiving messages in text slang.

Why Patients Want Their Doctors to Embrace Digital Communication

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Mobile Research Reports Studies Text MessagingThere has to be a better way. That’s the consensus among American healthcare consumers, who perceive their doctors as behind the times when it comes to their willingness to embrace digital communication technologies like text messaging.

Johns Hopkins Survey Finds Strong Potential for Text Message Interventions

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Researchers have been publishing studies for years on the effectiveness of text messaging on improving healthcare outcomes. As the study’s senior author Wendy Bennett, M.D., Alerts & Reminders Live SMS Chat Mobile Research Studies Text Messaging

Leveraging Mobile Learning for Sales Enablement

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Case Studies Mobile Strategy Webinars ASTD mobile apps for sales sales enablement In this new ASTD Infoline written by Float’s mobile learning experts, learn how to help your sales team measure effectiveness, eliminate waste and produce results.

New Pew Study Shows that Two Thirds of Americans Check their Phones Even When They’re Not Buzzing

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The study also showed that 44% of cell owners “have slept with their phone next to their bed,” and almost a third of people (29%) say they literally “cannot imagine living without” their mobile devices. A new Pew fact sheet shows just how addicted Americans are to their mobile phones.

Study shows no difference in paper vs eBooks 4 reading performance; tablets best #ADEdu #slide2learn #eqelearn #mlearn

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“This study provides us with a scientific basis for dispelling the widespread misconception that reading from a screen has negative effects,” explains Füssel. ” I did note that an operator of a German eBook platform was a co-initiator of the study – seems pretty legit tho and even used EEG (brainwave) measurements. Even I am a little sceptical – the contrast of paper is still so much higher and gives less eyestrain than LCD screens, but.

Mobile Reviews with Study Boost

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There is a new free resource called Study Boost that connects with mobile phones. You create an account on Study Boost, then you can create your own "batches" of study questions. You can subscribe to the study questions via cell phone (you can also view them on the mobile web).

John Hopkins Survey Finds Strong Potential for Text Message Interventions

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Researchers have been publishing studies for years on the effectiveness of text messaging on improving healthcare outcomes. As the study’s senior author Wendy Bennett, M.D., Alerts & Reminders Live SMS Chat Mobile Research Studies Text Messaging

How Text Messaging Helps Relieve Pain in Chronic Patients

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Earlier this year, for instance, a study found that texting during minor surgeries can alleviate the pain experienced by patients. JMIR Reviews Text Messaging Studies, Finds Positive Overall Results. Medication Reminders Mobile Research Studies Text Messaging Use Cases

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Text Messaging Shows Promise for Managing Patient Adherence to Cancer Medication

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A recently published study found that text messaging holds promise for promoting self-management and drug adherence among patients taking oral anticancer agents (OAs). However, research on OA studies show that adherence to drug regimens consistently falls below 80 percent.

SMS Thought Leadership Series: Text Messaging Strategies for Behavior Change

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Add one more study to the growing body of evidence supporting the use of text messaging to promote healthy behaviors. For their study, Suffoletto and his colleagues enlisted 765 men and women ages 18 to 25 who were at risk for binge drinking. Industry News Mobile Research Studies

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Call for Case Studies on Mobile Learning

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I am writing a report on the near future of mobile learning, and would like to include 4 or 5 case studies in the final document. If your case study is included, I will send you an autographed copy of my book. Uncategorized Case StudiesHave you implemented mobile learning in the past year or two? Please contact me at gary@i5research.com or send a message to me using the form on this page. Thanks in advance.

5 Reasons Why You Need A Mobile Marketing Strategy

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Studies show that lower income households and other undeserved populations also prefer to use text messaging to communicate over other channels, such as social media or email. These case studies are just a few among many that have achieved incredible success through text messaging.

Using SMS to Aid Pre-Surgery Compliance and Post-Surgery Recovery

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Study: Using SMS to encourage pre-surgery showers. The Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee ran a study to see if text message reminders could increase patient compliance for pre-surgical showers.

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New Study Shows that Planned Parenthood’s Live Text Chat Program Relieves Teen Anxiety

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A new study from the Journal of Medical Internet Research shows that Planned Parenthood’s live text chat hotline helps relieve teens’ anxiety.

Text Messaging Offers Valuable Resources During Pregnancy

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Advanced Scheduling Alerts & Reminders Live SMS Chat Studies Text Messaging Uncategorized Good parenting begins with prenatal care. Education, check ups, and continual practice of healthy habits are all important for mothers-to-be.

…and the App was Good.

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Android Apps BlackBerry iOS Mobile Development User Experience WebOS Bible case study LifeChurch.tvWhat if I told you there was an app that has been installed on one out of every 17 iPhones, iPads and Android devices, downloaded more than 34 million times [.].

Pilot Program Shows How SMS Reduces Hospital Readmissions

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Alerts & Reminders Appointment Reminders Mobile Research Studies Text Messaging Use CasesAccording to a report by Agency Healthcare Research and Quality, hospital readmissions cost hospitals over $41.3 billion annually.

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Typing With Our Thumbs Changes Our Brains

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A recent study suggests that typing on our smartphones changes the relationship between our thumbs and brains. Comic Industry News neuroscience research smartphones

Crisis Text Line Uses SMS Data Mining to Save Lives

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Client Stories Fundraising Live SMS Chat Mobile CRM Mobile Research Reports & Analytics Studies Text Messaging Text messaging’s trademark is fast, efficient communication.

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Three Myths of SMS Marketing Debunked

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Studies Text messaging has proven to be one of the most effective marketing tactics out there, but there are still those who question its credibility. It’s time to set the record straight! Here are three common myths about SMS marketing debunked.

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skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Friday, January 26, 2007 Reference - Weblog Case Study From, Supernova 2006 - Weblog , for reference, a case study of incorporating Web 2.0

New Issue of the International Journal of Mobile Learning and Organisation (IJMLO)

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A study of learners’ attitudes using TAM in a context-aware mobile learning environment. Academic articles on mobile learning are found in many different journals. However, only a few journals are specifically dedicated to mobile learning.

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

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Pedagogy and Learning Research case studies souveillance work-based mobile learningBook 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 [.].

Using SMS to Increase Influenza Vaccination Rates Among Pregnant Women

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The study found text messaging to be an effective solution in raising vaccination rates and increasing awareness of the risks of influenza for pregnant women. Study Design: Using text messages to inform pregnant women about the influenza vaccine.

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Pew Study Shows that Texting Outpaces All Other Cell Phone Functions

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Today’s cell phones allow people do everything on the go: check their bank account, send emails, take photos, look up their favorite restaurants. But a recent Pew Report shows that when it comes to a phone’s various functions, users in almost every age category overwhelmingly prefer to use their phones for text messaging. 80% of cell phone owners use the text message function on their phone, compared to 56% who use it to access the internet and 50% who use it to check their email.