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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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13 Tips for Recording Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod

Visual Lounge

When you plug your device into your Mac and launch a mobile recording app (e.g., The clock displays 9:41, your mobile carrier name is hidden, and the battery percentage indicator shows 100%. The post 13 Tips for Recording Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod appeared first on TechSmith Blogs.

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.

Gramophone to IPod: What Has the Journey Got to do with E-learning Development

CommLab India

The world of audio players has come a long way in the last 70 years, from the days of the Gramophone to today’s iPods. These audio players had little flexibility in terms of mobility, and as a result, listeners of audio were “tied up” to the gramophone. The Mobility Era.

Adobe Captivate 5.5: At Long Last. Publish Support for Apple Mobile Devices

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

by Kevin Siegel Anyone who created eLearning lessons using any version of Adobe Captivate older than version 5 is painfully aware that Captivate does not offer publishing options for any of the Apple mobile devices (iPhone, iPad or iPod).

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Happy 12th Birthday iPod! [The Beginning of the Mobile Revolution]

mLearning Revolution

Apple iPod vs. Diamond Rio MP3 Player. Twelve years ago yesterday, Steve Jobs and Apple introduced the first iPod using the amazing tagline: 1,000 songs in your pocket. Happy 12th Birthday iPod! I still have my very first iPod and still consider it a marvel of modern engineering.

Five Mobile Learning Implementation Tips

Upside Learning

There really is very little different about designing mobile learnin g from other forms of learning. These are five tips I give customers who are setting about implementing some form of mobile learning, even if it is the smallest component in a blended solution.

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.

The State of Rapid Development Tools for Mobile Learning: Webinar Recording Now Available

mLearning Revolution

If you were not able to attend our Webinar yesterday on mLearning and the state of rapid development tools for mobile learning, the recording is now available. I also mentioned that it took less than two years to account for 40 million Tablets among US mobile users.

Tom Crawford: Design for Mobile The Ups and Downs of the Small Screen #devlearn @vizchef

Learning Visions

The mobile market: Smart phones are growing; but not-smart-phones are still significant part of the market. So you could still do SMS and text and do good stuff with mobile learning. PC/laptop use is down 20%; mobile is 30% up. mobile devlearn

The Learning Experience as a Mobile Endeavor

CLO Magazine

So when I sat down to chat with my younger sister, who started her freshman year of college a few weeks ago, I was astonished to find the progress that’s been made — particularly in the mobile learning space. Today, mobile learning, as we well know, has evolved into our everyday lives — into smartphones and tablets, e-readers and iPods. I had the opportunity to discuss mobile learning with two representatives of Blackboard Inc. ,

Defining Mobile

Clark Quinn

At the recent Guild mLearnCon mobile learning event, I had a thought that seems to answer a long time debate. The debate centers on the definition of a mobile device. Because it struck me: to me, it’s not really a mobile device unless you can use it with two hands, standing up or in motion. In short, if you can’t use it with two hands while moving, it’s not really mobile. A tablet’s mobile: hold with one hand, touch with the other.

Rock and a hard place

Learning with e's

Earlier today Shelly Terrell tweeted that she would prefer to see schools invest in mobile technologies than in Interactive White Boards (IWBs). Here's what she said: "Personally, I feel $$ better spent on mobile devices in classrooms vs IWBs." Mobile phones are different.

Mobile Learning in India

Upside Learning

They don’t realize it, but today’s mobile phones have the computing power of a personal computer from the mid-nineties, while consuming a fraction of the energy and are made at significantly lower cost. The increasing ubiquity of the mobile phone begs for it to be used as a learning tool.

Top Learning, Technology & Media Links: Weekly Digest – 9

Upside Learning

Mobile Web, Native App Use Increases at Night. It’s none-too-shocking news, but well worth noting: a new study of over 10,000 smartphone users has indicated that mobile Web and mobile application usage increases during the evening and night time hours.

Why Should Mobile Learning Be on Your Mind?

Janet Clarey

I read the article Here’s Why Google and Facebook Might Completely Disappear in the Next 5 Years “ and, coupled with some research on mobile video I’m doing, paused because I suddenly felt like I was missing something. and Mobile and suggests that prior generations of organizations can’t quite see the subtle changes between generations. Instagram), view mobile as the primary (often exclusive) platform for their application.

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Dev Corner - Building a Mobile App with Adobe Air, Project GoGoCast

Visual Lounge

They used some research time to explore the possibilities of using Adobe AIR to build mobile apps. We developed our mobile app using Adobe Air 2.7, The mobile app uses the public screencast.com rest API's to authenticate and upload media with Screencast.com.

10Q: Cathy N. Davidson

Learning with e's

When I read the summary, I remembered that Cathy had been the prime mover in one of the first large scale iPod education projects at Duke University several years before. What did you learn from your iPod experiment at Duke University? iPods Cathy DavidsonCathy N.

PowerPoint 2008 for the Mac: Give a Presentation From Your iPod

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

that just so happens to be conveniently located on your iPod/iPod touch/iPhone. here is how you managed to get the PowerPoint Presentation onto your mobile device: Open a completed PowerPoint 2008 presentation. Open iTunes and connect your iPod to your computer.

Use of iPods and other Mobile Learning

Tony Karrer

Not sure if this came from the same person, but I saw a question posted on TrDev and was sent to me via Yahoo 360 that covered the same basic topic: How are iPods and PDAs being used in corporate learning applications? Some places I would suggest you look to get a sense of what's going on: Judy Brown's mLearnopedia Blog summary of a recent presentation by Judy Brown Lucy Carter's presentation about Sales Training at Apple Search under "mobile learning" and you'll find a ton of stuff.

Just an excuse to use my iPod touch.

ID Reflections

My first attempt at writing a post using my iPod. While not as optimal as the bigger laptop screen, there's a lot that can be said in favor of the mobility. I can see the advantages of this when 1. Waiting at an airport, 2. Caught in traffic (a frequent phenomenon), 3. When doing a quick, short update

MOGOPOP iPod Mobile eLearning

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

I've been talking with several people over the last few months about Podcasting, iPods, Treos, Web2.0, least for the iPod format. Many companies and training organizations are trying to figure out how to best utilize the iPod format for training and while its not technically difficult to create a simple audio podcast, most people don't realize that the iPod can to so much more. The iPod can do it all. I just discovered MOGOPOP via Mark Oehlert at e-Clippings.

Rapid Authoring Tools For Creating mLearning

Upside Learning

After a few years of hype, mobile learning has now started flourishing; the advent of new generation of mobile devices, high-speed network access, powerful mobile browsers and better native apps are all contributing to this. HotLava LMA (Learning Mobile Author).

This Week in mLearning Podcast – Episode 7 – Project Tin Can

mLearning Revolution

a- Google has closed its deal to acquire Motorola Mobility. c- President Obama issues a directive to urge major government agencies to focus on the “growing mobile revolution.” e- Facebook releases new Camera app for iPhone and iPod touch. 4- Is mobile the killer app of Project Tin Can? 11- Apps of the weeks: Quickoffice® Pro HD and twitter.com on Mobile Safari. eLearning Interviews Mobile Learning Podcast mLearning TinCan 1- Highlights of the week.

Micro-Mobile Learning Using iPod Touch - Sun Mobile Learning

Vignettes Learning

How much does it cost to purchase an iPod Touch? Imagine what you can do providing learning through on-the-need basis. See the YouTube video. Amazing! The technology is phenomenal. The challenge is how to prepare presentations that are succinct, 3 minutes or less in length.

A mobile future for communications and learning

Lars is Learning

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18 Top Learning, Technology & Media Links: Weekly Digest –12

Upside Learning

Google has finally launched Android Honeycomb, the new version of the mobile OS that is focused on tablets. 7 Hot Trends in Mobile App Design. The mobile application space is exploding. Classroom iPod touches & iPads: Dos and Don’ts. Making It a Mobile Web App.

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Making Sense of Research

Clark Quinn

A couple of weeks ago, I was riffing on sensors: how mobile devices are getting equipped with all sorts of new sensors and the potential for more and what they might bring. A new iDevice is always cool, and while it’s not the first smart watch (nor was the iPhone the first smartphone, the iPad not the first tablet, nor the iPod the first music play), Apple has a way of making the experience compelling. mobile technology

iPod, Training Trends, Stats & Myths

Big Dog, Little Dog

Army increasingly using custom iPods as field translators. Army's 10th Mountain Division has for a year been using 260 iPods and iPod nanos modified to run a special app from Vcom 3D known as Vcommunicator Mobile.

iQuiz Maker - Quiz creator for iPods

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

We have been discussing iPods as training tools for over a year now. IQUIZMAKER Users need to purchase the iQuiz game for their iPod however the authoring tool is free for developers. And the folks at Aspyr have a created an app to make it happen. Anyone want to give it a go and report back

Dissecting Saba's New "Anywhere" Product for Mobile Learning

mLearning Trends

I happened upon a tweet last week while trolling my Twitter in-box that heralded a product announcement from Saba for their new " Saba Anywhere " offering designed to make training delivery to mobile workers easy, practical and secure.

The iPod Video & e-Learning Looking Glass

Vignettes Learning

The holidays are coming and I must find a justification for buying (as a gift to myself) the iPod Video. Currently, I am enjoying my 40 Gig iPod for music and have downloaded hundreds of my favorite songs. The cool thing about iPod is the way I can organize, listen, and purchase music anytime I want. I can personalize my iPod. I am however, amazed with how my fellow trainers respond to technologies in this case the iPod.

Adobe Captivate 6: HTML5 At Last!

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

Learners using an Apple mobile device such as the iPad, iPod and iPhone (that's millions upon millions of potential learners) cannot use SWF content at all. Learners using an Apple mobile device who attempt to open a SWF are met with a warning that SWFs are not supported.

M-Learning Message Home

eLearning 24-7

He faced a similar challenge we in the e-learning world suffer from today – not enough information on the mobile frontier. Mobile to Me is not necessarily M-Learning to you (from the vendors’ perspective). Mobile is still on the rise, with more vendors (LMS, authoring tools, assessment, e-learning tools, etc.) We Support Mobile. You can view/access (assuming solution is “in the cloud”) via a mobile device.