MOBILE LEARNING : FROM THE LEARNER’S PERSPECTIVE

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Mobile App Trends for 2018

Origin Learning

We look at some of the key mobile app trends and examine the categories of apps that will gain popularity in 2018. Our big bet in terms of mobile apps is on ‘ Blockchain’. Mobile LMS. Expect mobile security apps by key players to flood the market this year.

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How to Create a Better Blended Learning Experience on Mobile

LearnDash

How can mobile learning make blended classrooms more effective? This blended learning approach has been very successful for many educators, but combining it with mobile learning can be a challenge. Think about why you’re choosing mobile. Choose your mobile activities with care.

Going Mobile for Enterprise Learning: Trends & Statistics

Origin Learning

For organizations that underestimate the power of mobile devices , here’s the catch: global mobile data traffic grew 69 percent in 2014 and one fourth of the total global internet page views come from mobile devices.

Designing Mobile Learning Solutions

CourseArc

With so much of our lives lived “on the go”, mobile learning has acquired a new paradigm. However, to be successful, mobile learning solutions should not simply aspire to become classroom lectures on a tablet or smartphone.

A Mobile Game World

Upside Learning

The second was the phenomenal incursion of mobile phones, it seems everyone carried one and many individuals were absorbed in its use through their commute. There is a stepping away from the ‘hardcore’ gaming metaphor to a more accessible and casual mobile gaming metaphor.

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Key Highlights for an Effective Mobile Learning App Strategy

G-Cube

With an improved access to the internet across mobile devices, the scope of learning on-the-go has become an essential need for modern learners. An immense popularity of mobile learning brings with it an increasing need to access mobile-compatible content- anytime and anywhere.

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Facebook or Kanye West: Which Pop Icon Has a Future in Enterprise.

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Facebook or Kanye West: Which Pop Icon Has a Future in Enterprise Learning? I wrote about the love of learning and mobile phones in a blog a few weeks back if you want to take a look).

Facebook or Kanye West: Which Pop Icon Has a Future in Enterprise.

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Facebook or Kanye West: Which Pop Icon Has a Future in Enterprise Learning? I wrote about the love of learning and mobile phones in a blog a few weeks back if you want to take a look).

Watch Out For These Trends in Mobile Learning: 2015 And Beyond

Origin Learning

Global mobile data traffic grew 69 percent in 2014 and was nearly 30 times the size of the entire global Internet in 2000. Mobile video traffic exceeded 50 percent of total mobile data traffic for the first time in 2012. For years, Flash has ruled mobile content delivery arena.

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How To Dethrone Google, and Who Will Likely Do It (Hint: Not Facebook)

Coffee and Design

Originally posted by Derek Brown on LinkedIn How To Dethrone Google, and Who Will Likely Do It (Hint: Not Facebook). Two things work in the underdog’s favor: the unpredictability of future innovation and the explosion of mobile computing. Really enjoyed your post @derekbrown.

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Mobile Learning Infographic – Benefits and Features

Gyrus

Mobile Learning Infographic – Benefits and Features. A few months ago we explored Mobile Learning and whether or not it is viable , today we provide an infographic of the benefits and features of Mobile Learning at a glance. Mobile Learning Infographic.

Blending social and mobile

Bottom-Line Performance

This is part 2: Blending social and mobile. Its roots are NOT in mobile learning as social became a hit with the advent of social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook – which emerged before mobile phones gave access to these sites. Mobile Learning

5 Mobile Learning Trends: How M-LearningIs Changing the Workplace

Origin Learning

Mobile Learning Technology has opened up a whole gamut of options to extend the learning blend. Suddenly, there is a growing urgency both among adopters and non-adopters to board the mobile learning train before it’s too late. Videos are easy to share and access on mobiles and tablets.

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Why do learners want to learn on the mobile?

Origin Learning

Facebook 1 Twitter 9 Google+ 2 LinkedIn 5 Pinterest 1 mLearning is on the rise and will be. Here, we have compiled the top four reasons of why learners want to learn on their mobiles: Mobile Learning – Why Learners want to learn on the mobile.

Mobile Learning – A Quick Start Guide: Get The Free eBook

Upside Learning

We have been saying it over and over again – mobile learning is here to stay! As fascinating as mobile learning is, it is extremely dynamic; and evolves at a blinding pace. Key Considerations in Mobile Learning.

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8 Reasons to Transform Your Learning Content to Mobile Learning Nuggets

Hurix Digital

Undoubtedly, mobile usage exceeds desktop usage and here’s how: In total, 80% of individuals have a smartphone, and 27% utilize only this smartphone for digital connectivity. At the same time, it is necessary to remember that mobile-based learning is not a replacement for e-learning.

Are LMSs ready for delivering mobile learning content?

Origin Learning

Mobiles are small devices. However, implementing a mobile-learning strategy involves a careful understanding of how far current LMSs are capable of developing and delivering content on the mobile platform.

7 CHARACTERISTICS OF A DIGITAL MINDSET

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8 Reasons to Transform Your Learning Content to Mobile Learning Nuggets

Hurix Digital

Undoubtedly, mobile usage exceeds desktop usage and here’s how: In total, 80% of individuals have a smartphone, and 27% utilize only this smartphone for digital connectivity. At the same time, it is necessary to remember that mobile-based learning is not a replacement for e-learning.

The Most Invincible Features That Any e-Learning Mobile App Should Have

Your Training Edge

The emergence of mobile apps coupled up with augmented and virtual reality, more scope of incorporating personalized learning experience and several other factors together made eLearning more sophisticated and future-ready.

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How Mobile Apps Can Act as Social Learning Tools

Origin Learning

Social learning and mobile learning have a lot in common. After all, what do we use mobiles mostly for? A lot of social learning is already happening on the mobile platform. Similarly, mobiles are being used by everyone, everywhere.

Mobile Learning: Anytime, Anywhere

Xyleme

Mobile learning, also called M-learning, is any type of content that is developed or consumed on mobile devices, such as on smartphones and tablets. Regardless of the industry, organizations need to pay attention to these numbers and make their content mobile ready.

Don’t use Facebook for teaching your class – use Edmodo!

E-Learning Acupuncture

Its safe and easy Facebook-like interface allows the class to collaborate, connect, share content, access homework, etc. To appeal to today’s mobile generation it also has both iPhone and Android apps. There has been a lot of controversy about the appropriateness of teachers 'friending' their students on Facebook. social networking class facebookIf you are like me, you probably had not heard about Edmodo until right now.

20 Team Collaboration Tools For Remote Teams In 2020

Your Training Edge

Why We Love It: Cloud-based: You can access Airtable from a browser or the mobile app. Why We Love It: Cloud-based: Brief is a web app that’s easily accessed in your browser or via the mobile app. . Facebook Workplace. Why We Love It: Cloud-based: Yes, there’s a mobile app!

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Facebook on iPhone (Inside Facebook)

Mark Oehlert

Thistranslation of the desktop-based Facebook experience is flawless. Wow Mark, that sounds like a good way to start our mobile learning projects. I agree totally you first need to think about what your desired outcome is and then consider if a mobile device is the way to go.

Micro Learning and Mobile

eLearning 24-7

They can really push the envelope in terms of micro learning, mobile and engagement (right now more so on the visual only angle, but down the road – hotspots, VR, AR, MR technology). . Mobile smartphones. I said mobile engagement, not mobile learning.

FaceBooking our future.

Learning with e's

In a nutshell, Thompson describes a world in which the (so far) unconnected citizens of our planet suddenly discover how to FaceBook or Flickr using mobile phones. Tags: social network Flickr Bill Thompson FaceBook BBC News

Microlearning Should Be Mobile-first

CLO Magazine

The mobile version is an afterthought at best. It is completely out of step with what employees expect, as they have spent more time on mobile devices than a desktop for years. Yet, those are the worst performing aspects of current enterprise mobile apps.

10 Stats That Prove Mobile Learning Lives up to The Hype

Docebo

Are you curious to know what the future of mobile learning looks like? It shouldn’t come as any surprise that the momentum of mobile technologies hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down. The future of mobile learning might look a little different than you’d expect.

Facebook vs The LMS: Can Someone explain this to me?

Mark Oehlert

Here are some numbers from the Facebook press room : More than 400 million active users. 50% of our active users log on to Facebook in any given day. More than 3 million active Pages on Facebook. Every month, more than 70% of Facebook users engage with Platform applications. More than 60 million Facebook users engage with Facebook Connect on external websites every month.

In What order do you favor the BIG 4 Social Networks, Twitter, Google+, Facebook and LinkedIn? Chime in

mLearning Revolution

Twitter = 1; Google+ = 2; Facebook = 3 and LinkeIn = 4. Today I’m having a little fun asking my friends on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ to share in what order they favor the big four Social Networking sites out there. As you can see by my tweet at the top of this post, for me it’s Twitter first, Google+ second, Facebook third and LinkedIn last. Social Media , Twitter , Google+ , Facebook , LinkedIn. Mobile Learning

Digitec to Present on Mobile Learning Strategies

Association eLearning

For years, Flash has been used to create eLearning, yet this technology is not supported on most mobile devices. Meanwhile, the use of mobile devices is expected to surpass access from desktop devices by 2014. Share this on Facebook.

More on Mobile Learning Trends

Integrated Learnings

You can read his article on the highlights here, 'What Does Mobile Learning Mean to You?' It was a great and informative evening, particularly Margaret Martin's demo of Merlin Mobility's augmented reality app that is just astounding; below are a few other items that stood out to me. Determine if mobile is the answer, then determine how to make it happen. Cohen also recommended using video in mobile learning, stating that it 'works fantastically well.'. By Jay Lambert.

Mobile-first? That is old news!

Hurix Digital

Gone are the days of long posts and blogs on your official websites or social media platforms like Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook. Facebook used the term ‘video-first’ in 2017 to explain the nature of current content consumption and production. The post Mobile-first?

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Mobile Learning Analyst RJ Jacquez to guest host #TalkTech chat on mLearning, HTML5, and more.

Bottom-Line Performance

We are pleased to announce that our friend and colleague RJ Jacquez (@rjacquez) will be guest hosting our weekly #TalkTech chat this Thursday, May 17th at 3 pm EST. RJ is a former Senior Evangelist for Adobe who now spends his time as a Mobile Learning Analyst and consultant.

When Designing Mobile Learning, Think Less is More [#mLearning]

mLearning Revolution

Over the weekend I came across this fascinating article that really got me thinking about how we should approach the design of mobile learning (mLearning). to the new Age of Mobile. I also believe that each new era in computing brings challenges and mobile is no different.