Mobile Learning Survey Results Summary

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  A few weeks ago I created a survey about Mobile Learning. 79% of respondents are interested in learning more about Mobile Learning. 50% currently neither create nor consume Mobile Learning. 86% think Mobile Learning can enhance the learning experience. 29% have used a mobile device as part of a blended learning experience. 57% of respondents use Facebook Mobile. by Rosie Hausler.

2016 LMS Market Trends, Observations and Predictions

Talented Learning

We have spent the last two years interviewing hundreds of global learning technology professionals on both the vendor and practitioner sides of the fence. We incorporate what we learn from each conversation into our analysis and understanding of the learning technology market. Here are our top ten 2016 trends, observations and predictions for the LMS and broader learning technology market. . #10 Extended enterprise learning projects don’t have to be big though.

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Related Terms

Tony Karrer

The recent addition of related terms (relationship factors) in eLearning Learning that show what how related terms are to a given result set provides some interesting insights. Here are some terms that are getting more attention the first couple weeks this month (December 2008) include Social Media , eLearning Activity , Mobile Learning , Yugma , Slideshare , SharePoint , Twitter , 100 Conversations , Mzinga , and GeoLearning.

mLearning: The Latest Trends and Why You Should Care

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Rosie Hausler Mobile Learning (mLearning) has been around for quite a while now. As a subset of Distance Learning and eLearning it has promised a more immediate and more flexible approach to those bleeding-edge providers that have wanted to deliver more complete blended training programs. Let's just consider a couple of these trends, Mobile Device Adoption and the Surge in Social Media Use. Mobile Device Adoption.

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