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JUNE 18, 2012 Top m-learning reports of 2012
Filtering out the best, so you don’t have to! Links to our top m-learning reports for 2012: You know that mobile learning has hit the mainstream when the big guys start to get it … and 2012 is the year that this happened. With solid reports, and reviews from UNESCO, GSMA and other global giants, as well as a flurry from mobile consultancies across the planet! Here are a few of the best (free) reports: GSMA have a whole collection of reports , the meatiest of which is a McKinsey market report. It is good stuff, but bear in mind their audience. This is not about empowering learning. Enjoy!
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JUNE 19, 2012 Topics of free #mLearning course #MobiMOOC
After consulting all you wonderful mLearning enthusiasts, I gladly share the the topics that will be covered in the next free, open and online course on mLearning called MobiMOOC. The course will show examples from around the world with facilitators and speakers from different continents. The architecture of this course will follow the (peace) tree architecture.
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JUNE 22, 2012 Adding A Little Perspective to eLearning & mLearning
I always work add as much depth and dimension to my courses as possible. Often times, if you just know the right tool and process, you can achieve great results. Today, we are going to focus on a simple visual engagement technique; adding a little visual perspective to your screen. DEVMore Videos
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JUNE 20, 2012 5 ways to strengthen a #BYOD #mLearning community
When setting up a mobile learning course, it is not always easy to get everyone on the same page. There are a lot of factors that can vary from learner to learner. Nevertheless, any learning will benefit from a strong learning community that feels connected to each other. Feel free to share yours, I feel that there are much more ideas out there. and using them to access the course ( BYOD ).
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MOBILE COMMONS Working America Drives Local Action with Targeted Text Messages
| FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2012
Working America is a national organization that represents working families on a wide variety of issues. Some of those issues are national. But some – from unemployment in New Mexico to union rights in Ohio – are highly local. So Working America uses locally targeted mobile outreach to make sure they’re sending their messages to only the people who care about them. targeted local text message can reach local members when urgent political action is needed. For one example, a recent Michigan Senate bill proposed diverting state public school funding to for-profit online “cyber schools.” MORE >>
MOBILE COMMONS Sierra Club Sends a Mobile Alert to Keep Their Members Involved in White House Advocacy
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2012
Last week, the Sierra Club held a call with White House staff about some of their most critical issues: wind and solar power. Calls like this are an important way to make an impact – and they become more powerful the more constituents get involved. To encourage maximum participation from their base, the Sierra Club sent a text message to their supporters on the day of the call. The message let their member base know when the call was taking place – and, more importantly, gave members an instant and easy way to get involved with the issue. So joining the call was just a few button pushes away. MORE >>
UPSIDE LEARNING Tin Can: My First impressions from mLearnCon 2012
| THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2012
I attended a session by Aaron Silvers, Community Manager at Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL). The session interestingly was titled ‘Design of the Possible: Powered by the Tin Can API’. Given below is a short summary of what I gathered from this session and is my first impression. Post the summary I also raise a few questions. Skimming through the session notes and reading about Tin Can, some of these questions have become stronger. Summary: Tin Can is designed to provide a common data storage for learning experiences across a number of devices/platforms/media/information systems. MORE >>
FLOAT MOBILE LEARNING Chad Udell Offers Mobile Guidance for the Enterprise in New Book Learning Everywhere
| TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2012
Chad Udell's breakthrough book, Learning Everywhere, guides readers through developing a content strategy for creating successful mobile training. Featured Strategy Chad Udell Learning Everybody mLearnCon 2012 mobile learning mobile learning authors mobile learning books mobile learning content strategy mobile learning expert mobile training performance support MORE >>
UPSIDE LEARNING Microsoft Surface: Will It Help mLearning?
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2012
Yesterday Microsoft finally unveiled its new tablet called Surface. It seems to have made a solid first impression , which is good news for Microsoft given this one represents several firsts for Microsoft. thought it looks stunning especially with the Windows 8 UI. Will it help Mobile Learning? see it making a big push in mobile learning because Microsoft Surface simply makes integration of mobile devices into an existing ecosystem much easier. The ‘Type Cover’ is also a great little innovation that’ll allow you do more with this tablet. MORE >>
- Thoughts on mLearncon 2012 FLOAT MOBILE LEARNING | FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2012
- 5 steps to improve my #mobile #diabetic life IGNATIA WEBS | THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2012
- Adding A Little Perspective to eLearning & mLearning DEVELOPER ON DUTY | FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2012
- Serious #gaming conference with #education interest IGNATIA WEBS | FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2012
- When Will the Pittsburgh Skies Finally Be Clean? Send an SMS to Guess. MOBILE COMMONS | MONDAY, JUNE 18, 2012
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