Editor’s note: Two recent studies show the scale of planned spending by enterprises on unified communications – voice and vieoconferencing technology, in particular. A more mobile workforce is a big driver.
Editor’s note: Useful and interesting insights into Twitter users based on a study of 36 million users.
Editor’s note: A great post looking at the challenges around moving to multi-screen learning.
Editor’s note: What is the emotional relationship people truly have with the mobile space and how they make meaning there? Google carried out some research to find out . . .
Editor’s note: Good to see some UK learning professionals speaking at the forthcoming DevLearn conference. Craig Taylor will be talking about mobile and in this video asks viewers to consider three questions on mobile usage.
Editor’s note: News network CNN is running a month-long look into mobile usage entitled ‘Our Mobile Society’. This article has a look at how mobiles are used around the world and includes a couple of useful links to research into mobile usage.
Editor’s note: A look at the emerging issues in schools of bringing your own device. How will this play out in the workplace?
Editor’s note: Intel’s 2012 Mobile Etiquette survey evaluated the current state of US mobile manners (compared to previous surveys commissioned by Intel in 2009 and 2011) and examined how US adults share and consume information online and how certain digital sharing behaviors impact culture and relationships.
Editor’s note: A look at the role of working memory capacity in both mathematical and creative problem solving. working memory capacity seems to help analytical problem-solvers focus their attention and resist distraction. What does this mean for creative problem solving?
The unofficial MASLO post – we are getting a new site up over at the Academic Advanced Distributed Learning Lab so this post will help people to learn more about MASLO until the site is ready.The Academic ADL