According to the ‘2013 Internet Trends’ report by Mary Meeker and Liang Wu, partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), India is (Mobile Learning: mAssessments Through Text Messages http://t.co/3Oqzr6D2vS...
BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device, is the trend of allowing employees to use their own devices in the workplace. This could include personal mobile phones, tablets and laptops instead of company-issued devices.
Over the past three years, there has been a huge shift towards tablet technology; with educational establishments quickly realising the huge benefits of tablet-based learning and teaching in the classroom.
Mobile and social channels for learning have to used today. It's what makes the most sense and is what is expected from workers today. So why aren't L&D groups still slogging through with course after course?
30 years later and our word processing software hasn't changed, not even to adapt to mobile. That changes tonight with the launch of Quip, a free new word processing app from former Facebook CTO Bret Taylor's new startup.
Rory Chalcraft's insight:
I've not tried this yet; however, it does look very promising