Nowadays many of us carry smartphones and tablets, keep a digital calendar, and work from multiple computers. Chances are you feel like a slave to email, having perhaps hundreds of messages in your inbox. You probably spend a lot of time online and might have trouble managing all of your files among your devices. Instead of blaming technology, let's use that technology to make you more productive!
The words “m-Learning” and “mobile learning” are on everyone’s lips recently. It can start to feel like if you don’t have an m-Learning plan, you’re falling behind. But is m-Learning right for every organization?
Do you want to engage your students and encourage them to participate more actively? Plenty of Free iPad apps are now available to save you precious time and get your work done, while impressing your students and keeping their interest alive.
Mobile Internet usage has been boldly predicted to overtake desktop Internet usage by 2014. In fact, mobile devices are already leading the way in some countries, including China and India. Now is the time to dive into developing mLearning courses.
Mobile learning has clearly made its mark on the corporate world. With Smartphones being used to access so much content daily, adopting mobile as a training resource was inevitable. But is it possible that some organizations have been too hasty in adding mobile to their basket of performance support tools without really thinking it through?
Mobile learning is predicted to be the most disruptive game changer in 2014. It offers many advantages to e-Learning, such as convenience and accessibility. So what will be some of the biggest trends within mobile learning?
I was going to include these thoughts as part of my weekly reflection about using iPads in the classroom but the further my mind delved the more distant I seemed to get from the basic pedagogy which I was trying to record in those weekly posts.