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Top Myths about mLearning | Origin Learning – A Learning Solutions Blog

Top Myths about mLearning | Origin Learning – A Learning Solutions Blog | Mobile Learning | Scoop.it
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Why Mobile? Why Now? #mobilewebsite

Why Mobile? Why Now? #mobilewebsite | Mobile Learning | Scoop.it

Perhaps the real question is: Why haven’t you done it sooner? According to Neilsen, the U.S. has reached a major milestone as adults are now spending more time on the Internet via smartphones rather than computers. The research found that while browsers and apps on smartphones are used an average of 34 hours and 17 minutes per month, computers are used for the same tasks only 27 hours and 3 minutes. This shift occurred last year as smartphone use jumped nearly 10 hours from 2012.  


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Do Organizations Still Need an LCMS? | Origin Learning – A Learning Solutions Blog

Do Organizations Still Need an LCMS? | Origin Learning – A Learning Solutions Blog | Mobile Learning | Scoop.it

LCMSs are slowly becoming irrelevant in the face of ever changing user generated content. The idea of categorizing and maintaining a content repository at a central location managed by a set of administrators is making the content less dynamic and difficult to update.


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Ralph Springett's curator insight, July 1, 2014 5:01 PM

A learning framework may be more useful than single-source content. 

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Why do learners want to learn on the mobile? - e-Learning Feeds

Why do learners want to learn on the mobile? - e-Learning Feeds | Mobile Learning | Scoop.it
mLearning is on the rise and will be. The reason? Well, ask your employees and you’ll know the issues they face while trying to complete … (Why do learners want to learn on the mobile?

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The Millennials are Coming. Are you ready? |mLearning Gamification Videos

The Millennials are Coming. Are you ready? |mLearning Gamification Videos | Mobile Learning | Scoop.it

Millennials comprise the largest generational sector since the baby boomers. As this group enters the job market, training organizations will be forced to find new innovative ways to reach this new audience.

Motivating, engaging, and inspiring learners to achieve real change and results within an organization is no easy task and will never cease to be a hot topic for training professionals. But, this group presents new challenges. They demand more from their training. We have developed strategies used by our award-winning customers that have been proven to engage millennials by using innovative technologies, rich media and relevant branding.

 


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ET Russell's curator insight, June 12, 2013 3:11 PM

Access to White Paper and case studies.

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5 Challenges in Taking Your Content to Mobile Learning | Origin Learning – A Learning Solutions Blog

5 Challenges in Taking Your Content to Mobile Learning | Origin Learning – A Learning Solutions Blog | Mobile Learning | Scoop.it
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New Classroom Poster on How to Critically Judge Online Content ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

New Classroom Poster on How to Critically Judge Online Content ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Mobile Learning | Scoop.it

"Below is a handy visual you can share with your students to help them learn about how to critically judge online ( and offline) content. The information included in this visual is based on Google Safety resources as well as on an article I shared here a couple of years ago."


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Lourense Das's curator insight, June 29, 2014 6:43 AM

Learn how to critically judge content (online and offline) via this graphic

 

Mayra.Loves.Books's curator insight, June 29, 2014 2:16 PM

I wish someone would create one of these graphics with the language of a fourth grade student. It would be so helpful.

Grisell Rodriguez's curator insight, July 4, 2014 2:29 PM

Nice and very engaging