Tag Archives: M-Learning

Mobile Learning: day four – the triumvirate of mobile learning

Working all through this week on my new book on ‘mobile learning’. I’m sharing some sections as they are completed. Having covered the technology and the emergence of ‘mobile’ as a learning channel, today i am working on the triumvirate … Continue reading

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Mobile Learning: day three – what do we mean by ‘mobile’?

Work is progressing this week on my new book on ‘mobile learning’. I’m sharing some sections as they are completed. Yesterday, we looked at augmented reality, today, part of the introduction, exploring what we mean by ‘mobile’. What do we … Continue reading

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Mobile Learning: day two – augmented reality

This week i’m working on a new book on ‘mobile learning’. I’m sharing some sections as they are completed. Here, a section on augmented reality, exploring what it is and where it may take us. The final section that i … Continue reading

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Missing the point of mobile learning: why now is the time to take chances

The fact is that i rarely read documents on my mobile phone. Why? Because it’s too small. It’s not really the right platform for the job. I do it when i need to do it, but it’s not my preference. … Continue reading

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Mobile Learning Case Study: delivering compliance training and assessing the results.

There is a network of people around the globe who interact and contribute in our community here, but one of my US friends in particular always keeps me on the straight and narrow by asking me for case studies and … Continue reading

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