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Mobile Learning: e-learningnext

ID Reflections

Clark Quinn, a thought leader in technology-mediated learning, said in 2000: mLearning is the intersection of mobile computing and elearning: accessible resources wherever you are, strong search capabilities, rich interaction, powerful support for effective learning, and performance-based assessment. Growth in cloud computing 5. The emergent ones are those that are likely to have the greatest impact on Human Performance Improvement and Personal Knowledge Management.

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Top 10 Cloud myths busted, part 1

TalentLMS

Here at Epignosis, the company behind TalentLMS , we view the Cloud as one of the pillars of modern computing in general and educational technology in particular, both now and for the foreseeable future. Cloud computing remains a mystery for many enterprise departments and businesses, and there are plenty of myths built up around deploying and running applications on it. Truth is, the cloud might not be right for all of your IT infrastructure needs.

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Tom Kuhlmann – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

It comprises stimulating discussions with industry experts and product evangelists on emerging trends in the learning landscape. fuelled by the enormous possibilities thrown open by emerging technologies? I’m sure that there will be some vendors who’ll sell “gamification” as a feature. Does a person looking at a smart phone have the same expectation of training and experience as the person looking at a tablet or large screened computer?

TOM KUHLMANN – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

Learnnovators

It comprises stimulating discussions with industry experts and product evangelists on emerging trends in the learning landscape. fuelled by the enormous possibilities thrown open by emerging technologies? I’m sure that there will be some vendors who’ll sell “gamification” as a feature. Does a person looking at a smart phone have the same expectation of training and experience as the person looking at a tablet or large screened computer?

The Revolution is Coming: Consumer Tablets and E-Learning

eLearning 24-7

E-Learning and all forms within are normally taken via your desktop computer and either hitting your company’s server with your browser or going to a hosted LMS vendor’s solution. If you wanted to work on creating content, for many people, the route would be and still is creating courses via a desktop based rapid e-learning authoring tool, or via your LMS/LCMS vendor’s tool (hosted or not) or via Dreamweaver or some other type of solution. The Revolution.

2010: mLearning Year in Review

mLearning Trends

Traditional "e"-learning vendors will all jump into the "m"-learning and social networking spaces with "first generation" offerings they believe will address the mobile requirements of their customers and prospects; these early efforts will prove largely ineffective as evidenced by their many iterative and incremental updates, retries and course corrections. Others vendors will quickly follow/respond. The arrival of Adobe's Flash Player v10.1 A.K.A.