Mobile

Great Learning Design is the Key to Success in Mobile Learning

Josh Devanny of Fuse Universal wrote an interesting article on LinkedIn in which he set out a number of important points to consider when conceptualising a project and beginning to design learning materials specifically for mobile (smartphone) delivery. He writes more on each of these key points: Start Simply for Smartphones Think Consumer Compress and …

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Going Mobile: 10 Tips for Learning Designers

Paul Clothier states in his 10 tips article, “It’s not always a good idea to adapt your existing content for mobile. Avoid it if you can, and create mLearning from scratch that supports what you already have. But if you must — then these guidelines should keep you in good stead.” Many of us working …

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Mobile Learning – do we have a Revolution?

Ashley Sinclair takes a look back over the past year and comes up with four possible reasons why we are starting to see such a widespread adoption of multi-device in the world of learning. She states that research shows that the percentage of organisations using mobile devices has grown from 36{5f90343551c95c1cd8d815abe76582cd7f3b06a4d52ee69a52e5ef37d2cdd564} in 2010, through 47{5f90343551c95c1cd8d815abe76582cd7f3b06a4d52ee69a52e5ef37d2cdd564} …

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How to Create a Mobile Learning Strategy

A few months ago the Chief Learning Officer website published a short article on this subject. In it, they quoted that according to an Ambient Insight report, by 2015 the mobile learning market is expected to reach $9.1 billion.  If you have not seriously thought how you might be using mobiles as a vehicle for …

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Why Do Learners Want to Learn on the Mobile?

A few months ago the guys at Origin Learning produced a simple infographic giving four reasons learners want to learn using mobile devices. They make four very interesting points, all of which lead to some interesting possibilities. Indeed, there are a number of other points which come to mind and should be discussed. Click here …

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