Editor’s note: This practical piece gives some good context (growth of content on the web over the coming years and devices we will be using to interact with that content) and pragmatic advice on how to develop better mobile learning experiences.
Editor’s note: Two evidence-based research reports into mobile learning. A must-read for anyone wanting to roll out learning apps.
Sameena Bashey, country HR director at GE opened day two of the World Of Learning…
Editor’s note: A look at how mobile learning solutions can be designed into an overall blended learning campaign.
Editor’s note: Five slides taken from Mary Meeker’s annual (and long) Internet Trends Report that look at the growth of mobile computing.
Editor’s note: An obvious and critical question in order to design the best user experiences for learning content delivered to mobile devices.
Editor’s note: More data points from us today . . . a good set of research and stats to set the scene for current mobile learning use and future trends.
Editor’s note: Richard Byrne’s slide deck shows some great uses of apps in learning. it is aimed at schools but is relevant for anyone in learning – some great tools listed too.
Editor’s note: Good Practice surveyed visitors to the Learning Technologies 2013 exhibition on a range of hot topics. This survey on mobile was interesting for the fact mobile was a huge buzz both in the exhibition and conference. Is there still such a large gap (disconnect?) between what organisations are doing and what the general population and vendors are doing?
Editor’s note: Research findings from a Masie survey into mobile learning. The results, gleaned from more than 800 organisations presented further questions, including: How can we measure the impact?What do pedagogically sound mobile learning strategies look like? How can we evaluate the right technology route to take? What are the real costs associated with mobile learning? How should we treat resistance to mobile learning, which can come from a variety of sources?
Editor’s note: Great post from Jonathan Vernon – particularly interesting as a ‘replacement technology’ ie the phone as dictaphone etc.
Editor’s note: Okay, it’s 90 slides but this slide deck from Prof Philip Uys, director, strategic learning and teaching innovation, Charles Sturt University, some great examples of how students are using mobile to capture and share content, talk to each other and get assessed.
Editor’s note: Craig Taylor is attending this week’s DevLearn Conference in Las Vegas and is happy to ask questions on your behalf . . . Craig is also speaking on mobile learning at the event.
Editor’s note: Unesco has been developing a range of papers on mobile learning this year. Although focused on ICT in education there are some excellent resources here, including the working paper series.