DevLearn 2008: A Case Study of Mobile Learning at Qualcomm

eLearning Weekly

We will look at how Qualcomm overcame challenges in implementing mLearning, such as designing for disparate platforms and devices, integration with the larger corporate learning infrastructure, security, and keeping ahead of rapidly changing technologies. I will be presenting Session 702: Virtually Anywhere: A Case Study of Mobile Learning at Qualcomm , at DevLearn 2008 next month along with a co-worker, Barbara Ludwig.

LMS Satisfaction Features and Barriers

Tony Karrer

These are being reported out of the larger eLearningGuild population and I would claim that they are likely more accurate than survey research that goes through the vendors themselves. Update, Nov.

The Pulse of Mobile Learning

Allison Rossett

They note that IT departments are not leading the way and that security looms as the number one concern for potential mobile users. Of course, the elearningguild’s mobile learning conferences are a great place to launch. A faint pulse today. Most of what is said and written about mobile learning and support touts potential and points to the future. Current studies confirm a faint pulse for mobile in enterprise learning today.

eLearning 2.0 Random Thoughts based on Chat

Tony Karrer

presentation were much more sophisticated that audiences at ASTD, ISPI and even the eLearningGuild. BTW, the term honey pot comes from a security term - it's a place you set up to attract people. To be more specific on the IT is Evil comment, it's the security surrounding many of the Web 2.0 Going back through the back chat / back channel during my presentation was really interesting to me.