In this report, author Clark Quinn assesses how mobile learning is changing, and recommends strategies to make the most of the technology’s emerging opportunities.
Among a few other m-learning notables to watch, Clark Quinn is 'da man. He's written two books about mobile learning (I used one on my recent term paper) that are very readable and thorough. Here's a whitepaper by him released today...this is one of those mobile learning movers and shakers to watch...
Going through a plethora of articles and opinions about the mLearning, we felt certain questions remained unanswered. All the future prospects said and done, what practical solutions we can implement now? We attempted to find answers to those questions and now wish to share our learnings through our whitepaper “mLearning – Getting beyond the hype, down to real solutions”.
Fantastic infographic! Keep in mind that these stats are based on info from a year ago, so things may have improved...or gotten worse...since this came out. But definitely interesting information. More ammo needed for the mobile revolution to migrate to higher education!
Retired NBA superstar and well-known nickname enthusiast Shaquille O’Neal has a new moniker: The Good Doctor.
This is a great story about continuing and higher education. This is no honorary PhD degree-- he earned the real thing! This is the real deal! If you read the article, it's really a great testament to continuing education and higher education. He got his MBA from University of Phoenix while he travelled in the NBA--taking advantage of online and distance learning. And now he's actually completed an Ed.D from Miami University.
What do you think? Now that he's an Ed.D, do you think we can convince him to join the Mobile Learning Revolution? He's down with education, after all.
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