6 Steps to a Mobile Mindset: Mobile Learning Basics

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If you attended ATD TechKnowledge this year, then you might have seen a session about this new thing called The Mobile Mindset. We were excited to see just how ready people are to do something—anything—to get mobile learning started at their organization. I coined the term Mobile Mindset to encompass a broader range of programming and design that’s accessible to all organizations—the ones trying to roll out mobile now and those who still have hurdles to overcome.

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Responsive Web Design: Creating Content for Better User Experience

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According to the leading news and information resource site Mashable 2013 is the year of Responsive Web Design (RWD). In simple terms, with RWD, the on-screen content automatically changes layout depending on the screen size and resolution it is being displayed on. RWD brings a huge advantage – we can create content that is not only accessible across multiple devices but also appropriately altered for a better viewing experience. This is where RWD fills the gap.

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The 3 mindsets of m-learning

E-Learning Provocateur

One of my most popular posts of last year was M-Learning’s dirty little secrets. Given the increasingly mobile workforce and the emergence of BYOD, increasing pressure is being placed on the organisation to distribute its content to multiple devices. In corporate e-learning, the most obvious example of such content is the online modules that the company distributes via its Learning Management System.

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Adaptive versus Responsive Design

Obsidian Learning

New post Adaptive versus Responsive Design on Obsidian Learning. Taken directly from Google “ Responsive web design ” or RWD means that the page uses the same URL and the same code whether the user is on a desktop computer, tablet, or mobile phone – only the display adjusts or “responds” according to the screen size. Google recommends using RWD over other design patterns. 3] https://developers.google.com/webmasters/mobile-sites/get-started/key.

Square pegs and round holes: How to make e-learning more mobile responsive

Saffron Interactive

Even though I made sure I was accessing the mobile version of the site, I still wasn’t able to see content I could see when browsing the same site on my PC. Mashable has already declared 2013 as a responsive web design year , and rightly so: responsive web design for e-learning courses is something of a specialty at Saffron Interactive! So how do we apply when we are developing e-learning? Blog CSS3 mlearning Mobile learning responsive design responsive web design RWD

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Top 11 Disruptive E-Learning Technologies For 2013

Learnnovators

e-Learning is dynamically evolving, thanks to the incredible achievements in highly powerful and intelligent tools and technologies that are rapidly emerging. These developments have expanded the possibilities of taking e-learning to great heights more than ever. These disruptive technologies are re-shaping the learning and education landscape. They help us make learning more engaging and effective and ultimately help learners succeed. RESPONSIVE E-LEARNING DESIGN.

Go Mobile or Go Home

Association eLearning

According to Statista.com , “As of 2013, worldwide mobile phone internet user penetration was 73.4%. While many organizations struggle to choose an LMS, then race to assemble eLearning courses so learners can take training and CE courses online, few have mastered the mobile revolution. Yet, learners are expecting access to content via mobile devices. Yes, but is it mobile responsive?

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6 Reasons Why Responsive Design Makes sense as the Future of e-Learning and m-Learning Design

mLearning Revolution

According to Cisco, by the end of 2014, the number of mobile-connected devices exceeded the number of people on earth, and by 2017, there will be nearly 1.4 mobile devices per capita. How would you describe your daily use of mobile devices? Also, if you are like me, you probably find yourself doing more and more work on your mobile devices and less and less on your PC. To say that Mobile has been a game-changer in our lives is an understatement. One Learning.

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Go Mobile or Go Home

Association eLearning

According to Statista.com , “As of 2013, worldwide mobile phone internet user penetration was 73.4%. While many organizations struggle to choose an LMS, then race to assemble eLearning courses so learners can take training and CE courses online, few have mastered the mobile revolution. Yet, learners are expecting access to content via mobile devices. Yes, but is it mobile responsive?

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Responsive E-learning Development – What, Why, and How

CommLab India

How can you deliver good online learning experiences to your people? Well, you need to focus on one of the important aspects – making your technology-enabled learning content responsive. What is responsive e-learning? Before we see what responsive e-learning is, we need to understand what Responsive Web Design (RWD) means. Responsive e-learning is the application of RWD to the creation of online training material.

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What is #responsivelearning and why should I care?

Xyleme

Responsive design promises to help companies future-proof their content and deliver more mobile experiences faster and better, but responsive learning is lagging behind. Have you heard of Responsive Web Design (RWD)? Characteristics of RWD include flexible layouts and media, accessibility, and device-appropriate content. Our mobile devices are equipped with modern browsers. What is taking us so long to adopt this approach for learning content?

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Giving ‘em what they want: Exploring what Modern Learners want from an LMS

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There is constant pressure on employees to proactively learn and get trained throughout their careers. The good news is that with technology-aided learning, e-courses are now readily available for the learners’ consumption anytime and anywhere. Learning Management Systems are put in place to make learning available in an easily accessible manner. This diminishes the learning curve and encourages the learners to interact more with the LMS.

Why an Instructional Design Degree from Bloomsburg University ROCKS!

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Our students work with an actual client from the community and learn first hand about deadlines, clients refusing to sign off, clients signing off without authority and actually sit in meetings with a real client. Third, our students work with software currently used in the field to create online learning. They blog, contribute to wikis, and design instruction for a 3D virtual environment as well as create web sites for mobile learning devices.

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