Mobile Learning Solutions – Infographic

Upside Learning

Recently, Upside Learning updated its website to reflect the evolution of our brand and services. We added pages that focus on our mobile learning services as well. Mobile Learning can be used both in push and pull modes by users in times of learning need.

Five Mobile Learning Implementation Tips

Upside Learning

There really is very little different about designing mobile learnin g from other forms of learning. The guidelines that apply for effective learning are really not much different but for the change in context. How it Can Benefit Mobile Learning.

Mobile Learning: e-learningnext

ID Reflections

Why Mobile Learning The strongest Value Proposition for mobile learning comes from connecting people with ideas, information, and each other—anytime, anywhere! Ten years back, Clark Quinn’s statement about mobile learning seemed wishful thinking.

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Tools For Mobile Learning Development

Upside Learning

Upside is doing a fair bit of mobile learning development and we blog about it regularly. I want to share some tools which may assist you in developing mobile learning applications. Tools to develop Native applications: SDK provided for mobile device.

Learning Technologies 2010 – Day 2 Recap

Upside Learning

After having a great first day at the Learning Technologies 2010 I was looking forward to an exciting second day. Discussing their current concerns around learning and development gives us a glimpse into their world and that’s valuable.

Mobile Learning: More than just Mobile + Learning

Dashe & Thomson

Mobile learning seems to be creating a lot of excitement in the learning community these days. For example, according to a report published by Ambient Insight Research, the US market for mobile learning products and services reached $958.7 million in 2010.

Mobile Learning – SMS Can Get You Started

Upside Learning

Mobile is surely the future of learning. The advent of 3G (with 4G looming on the horizon) and the prevalence of powerful handheld devices have made me believe that rich media is the way to go for m-learning. SMS can reach all types of mobile phones.

A List of Interesting Mobile Learning Links

Upside Learning

Mobile learning is in the air, almost everyone realizes the potential, and some companies are now taking tentative first steps. Here are some interesting links I’ve come across recently, mostly about mobile learning and some about learning in general that I found interesting.

The Practice of Mobile Learning

Upside Learning

I tend to look at mobile learning in two distinct contexts – first as a tool to meet a learning need, second as a learning content delivery platform. This post looks first at the context of learning need. When Wanting to Learn More.

Mobile Learning Survey

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Have you jumped on the Mobile Learning (mLearning) bandwagon? Whether you're a Mobile Learning newbie or not, your input and ideas are needed. Please take a few minutes to answer our short survey about Mobile Learning. Are you a skeptical bystander?

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Mobile Learning Development at Upside

Upside Learning

With our focus on mobile learning, we’re constantly attempting to address the multifarious platforms in the mobile technology space. While this is a common and accepted paradigm on computers, its still relatively novel for mobile devices.

Mobile Learning: No iPhone required

Bottom-Line Performance

Some of the sessions I was most interested in were the ones on mobile learning. I haven’t ever used my cell to actually learn anything and was interested to see what others in the field were doing in the area. A few things I learned: There weren’t very many examples of real learning (I now know something that I didn’t before and can use that knowledge) shared. Again, an effective learning support tool, but not teaching new information, right?

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Mobile Learning Roundup: 10 Top Posts From Our Blog

Upside Learning

Mobile technology, by far, has been the most rapidly adopted technology in history. At Upside Learning, we understand this well and have constantly strived to address multifarious platforms in this technology space. The Advent Of Mobile Learning Technology.

Mobile Learning (mLearning) Applications - An Example

Upside Learning

During the course of a routine trawl of my news-feeds I stumbled on something interesting that I found relevant to my current research into mobile learning. I see mobile learning taking many forms, perhaps this is one of them.

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Mobile Learning at the High School Level

Kapp Notes

Marys, Ohio informed me about a Mobile Learning project he has been involved with for the last two years. They have been using smartphones in the classroom and every student in our school district from 3rd grade to 6th grade has their own mobile learning device. They are adding seventh grade next year and the ultimate goal is to have a mobile learning device in every students' hand from 3rd grade to 12th grade! Tags: mobile learning

Interview With Mobile Learning Thought Leader Mayra Aixa Villar

Bottom-Line Performance

I had the opportunity to interview Mayra Aixa Villar , instructional designer and thought leader in the mobile learning space. Mayra has authored articles for ASTD and Learning Solutions Magazine and writes frequently on her personal blog. Every mobile solution is different.

Optimizing Web Media for Mobile Learning

Upside Learning

We’ve recently been delivering simple content just-in-time for access through the websites that are designed to run on mobile devices. Here is a post about some tools that are used for mobile learning development from one of our stellar developers. Optimizing for the Mobile Web.

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eLearning Innovation 2010 – Top 30

Tony Karrer

I had an interesting conversation the other day about whether there’s that much new going on in eLearning here in 2010. The general sentiment around the room was that many workplace learning organizations were focused on nuts-and-bolts training, and that there was little innovation. These are often bloggers as exemplified by the great bloggers found via eLearning Learning. At the end of the year, we will be saying: “Wow, 2010 was a crazy year!”

Learning Technologies 2010 – Recap

Upside Learning

Learning is fast turning Social, Informal, & Mobile. That’s the message I’ve been hearing loud & clear from Learning Technologies 2010. Jane ( @c4lpt ) has really been on the forefront of everything related to Social Learning.

General Considerations for Mobile Learning (mLearning)

Upside Learning

Wikipedia defines mobile learning as “Any sort of learning that happens when the learner is not at a fixed, predetermined location, or learning that happens when the learner takes advantage of the learning opportunities offered by mobile technologies&#.

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Mobile Learning Survey Results Summary

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  A few weeks ago I created a survey about Mobile Learning. 79% of respondents are interested in learning more about Mobile Learning. 50% currently neither create nor consume Mobile Learning. 86% think Mobile Learning can enhance the learning experience. 29% have used a mobile device as part of a blended learning experience. 57% of respondents use Facebook Mobile. by Rosie Hausler.

The Advent of Mobile Learning Technology

Upside Learning

As a facilitator for social interaction and for mobile learning, these networks are unsurpassed in mankind’s history. This will radically change the way we live and learn, mobile learning is here now and real. “May we live in interesting times” –Chinese Proverb.

UL Fun-e-toons: Mobile Learning

Upside Learning

Related posts: UL Fun-e-toons: Learning Management UL Fun-e-toons: Rapid Learning UL Fun-e-toons: Online Learning. Tags: Mobile Learning mLearning UL Fun Cartoon UL Fun e toons

The Mobile Learning Edge – A Quick Book Review

Upside Learning

A few weeks back we received Gary Woodill’s latest book ‘The Mobile Learning Edge’ ; after a few weeks of hanging around on my desk, I’ve found the time to read it. Dr. Woodill covers the mobile technology and it’s applications in fair detail.

Influence of Mobile Learning is Growing

LearnDash

True mobile learning has been around for close to a decade, right around the time when the first smartphone and tablet (Apple) wereintroduced and opened up a new world of possibilities for training and education. Not all news around the new mobile learning shift is positive though.

Mobile Learning Opportunity in München

Clark Quinn

In cooperation with the German Mobile Monday organization, we are offering the opportunity to discuss mobile learning. On the other hand, I’m bringing my A-game, and the best thinking from my book on mobile learning. Tags: mobile

Apple Vs Adobe: Impact On Mobile Learning Development

Upside Learning

We posted earlier that Adobe is working with all the major mobile phone vendors [except Apple] under the Open Screen Project to bring the Flash Player to their devices and make it a de facto standard for mobile delivery. on several mobile devices –.

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Mobile Learning Considerations – Native Apps or Web Apps

Upside Learning

I stumbled upon this presentation , shared by Chad Udel , comparing four main mobile OSes. Chad used this for his presentation at mLearnCon 2010. Tags: Mobile Learning Frameworks mLearning mLearning Technology

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Mobile Learning Innovation: Lookup To Healthcare For Inspiration

Upside Learning

If you are looking for ideas to get started with mobile learning, Healthcare is the sector to look for inspiration. Tags: Innovation Mobile Learning elearning for HealthCare mLearning mLearning for HealthCare

Getting Started With Mobile Learning?

Upside Learning

Mobile learning is in the air. At Upside Learning, we have been doing a fair bit of mobile learning for more than two years now. Recently we released an innovative mobile learning platform – Upside2Go. What is Mobile Learning.

Mobile Learning and Games: 3 Ways They Mix

Bottom-Line Performance

We all used to think of our phones simply as tools for communication, but mLearning is changing the way we think about our mobile devices. Mobile learning games provide knowledge on the go. Even more shocking still: those numbers are from 2010.

Rapid Prototyping For Mobile Learning Applications – III

Upside Learning

In this, my last post in the series (continuing from Part I and Part II ), I explore what questions we’ve been asking when considering rapid prototyping tools (not just purely for mobile applications) and what we’ve learnt from it. You’ll certainly want to ask some questions before investing a rapid prototyping tool for mobile applications. Or does it have a steep learning curve?

September 2010 Monthly Roundup: 7 Most Popular Posts

Upside Learning

Will Mobile Apps Change Training Forever? Discusses how Mobile Learning (Mobile Apps, in particular) would change the game for training, instigating the need for a new approach in designing the training strategy. Optimizing Web Media for Mobile Learning.

Rapid Prototyping for Mobile Learning Applications – I

Upside Learning

As we move more and more into the mobile space, we’ve found that there are several things very different from conventional courseware. One of the things that come to my mind right away is that in mobile, we are doing away with storyboards. Content is viewed differently, it’s data that has to be managed and rendered within the limitations placed by a variety of mobile devices.

E-Learning Award Winners 2010

Clive on Learning

Rapid Prototyping For Mobile Learning Applications – II

Upside Learning

As I mentioned in my last post about Rapid Prototyping mobile apps , I’ll be discussing levels of fidelity and how you could determine which level works for your mobile application design project. There is a range of fidelity and mobile app prototypes can be placed along that range from low to high. High-fidelity prototypes are the most realistic in the way they model the visual, functional and content aspects of the mobile application.

Open Source and Free: Mobile Learning Tools, M-Learning Systems, SCORM

eLearning 24-7

Below is a list of various open source and free tools including: m-learning, testing web pages in browsers, mobile learning systems, SCORM and the lame PENS (IMO). E-books and audio books available for download for mobile devices. Mobile Learning Tools. Adds m-learning functionality which can be accessed by any mobile phone browser. This is not affiliated with the Mobile Learning Engine program further down below.