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DECEMBER 28, 2011 Enterprise Mobile Learning 2011 - Year in Review
using different types of devices in multitudes of languages across diverse geographies are sure to drive awareness in mobile learning and generate interest from organizations of all sizes seeking to achieve their own successes and become more innovative in the way the train and support their ever-mobile learning communities. a.k.a. How On Target Were My 2011 Predictions? Prediction #2.
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JANUARY 30, 2013 15 Authoring Tools For mEnabling Your eLearning For iPads
Looking to develop interactive training and support videos, flawless screen capturing for tutorials, etc.? You can create interactive videos with clickable links, table of contents, search, embed quizzes and it supports both Flash and HTML5. You can choose to either replace the activity with something your table supports or else you will need to drop it. So let’s start with….
OCTOBER 13, 2009 | MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS
Handheld Reflections Day Two « e-Learning Stuff
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SEPTEMBER 9, 2010 Apple announcement is excellent news for cross-platform app developers!
But you also get access to the converted (native) source code which allows for a second round of platform specific tweaks - if you know what you are doing Initially Titanuim started as fully open source, but now a “free” and better supported “pay” version. Free to use (MIT license) plus premium support options it is good – but uses Ruby as a programming language.
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DECEMBER 27, 2010 2010: mLearning Year in Review
That said, the degree with which some of our past predictions came to pass proved quite varied whereas some truths were validated akin to a “base hit” in the game of baseball whereas others were “doubles” or “triples” and even a “home run” and “strikeout” or two! lack of Flash support). RIM stated in late 2009 their support was likely to appear in BBOS6 but that didn’t happen.
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FEBRUARY 4, 2009 Are Apps the Future of Mobile Learning?
We know that casual games are a huge hit and some of them are considered learning titles. And, the following companies have an app store or will have one very soon: Microsoft (Windows Mobile), RIM (Blackberry), Nokia and Sony-Ericsson(Symbian), Google (Android), Adobe (Flash Lite, AIR, Flex, etc.). While app stores rely on individuals motivated by entertainment or a self-interest in learning, organizational learning is often based around compliance, performance support, productivity and professional development to name a few.
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MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 2009 More Mobile Learning - by GlobalEnglish
The Final Frontier: connectivity on a plane, but at a (high) price Konami announces DanceDanceRevolution S on Apple App Store Konami Mobile unveils screenshots for Metal Gear Solid Touch Cellebrite’s UME-36 now support HTC Dream/T-Mobile G1 Confirmed: Nokia “Coming With Music to U.S. Brian on PlayMesh out with iMafia, social game for the iPhone mohamad on Send free SMS via web to 38 countries via Jaxtr Micky on Nuance at MWC: Nuance Voice Control 2.0, hours of increased productivity PER worker after the program Still another company cited $2.2 Leave a comment. MORE >>
MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2009 Handheld Reflections Day Two « e-Learning Stuff
He certainly did not hold back and told the audience what he thought and what the government of the day should be doing to support and improve education. also was interested in the Gaming stream. e-Learning Stuff news and views on e-learning, ILT and tech stuff in general… Home About James Clay New Stuff Old Stuff Handheld Reflections Day Two I do enjoy Handheld Learning and 2009 was no exception. Three days of mobile learning stuff, presentations, discussions, networking and people. Day two, Tuesday, sees a slightly different and more traditional feel to the conference. MORE >>
MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2009 Mobile learning in a military context « e-Learning Stuff
e-Learning Stuff news and views on e-learning, ILT and tech stuff in general… Home About James Clay New Stuff Old Stuff Mobile learning in a military context Yesterday I was in that for me was in some ways a very alien environment and in other ways a familiar environment. delivered a session on mobile learning to a group of military personnel down in Torpoint in Cornwall. With Navy, Army and Airforce the day was looking at advanced learning and how the military can draw ideas from how learning is changing from a series of presentations from a group of experts. Free coffee!!!! MORE >>
MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2009 Increase in mobile internet « e-Learning Stuff
e-Learning Stuff news and views on e-learning, ILT and tech stuff in general… Home About James Clay New Stuff Old Stuff Increase in mobile internet The Guardian reports on the surge in mobile internet use: Google UK today revealed that mobile internet use was surging thanks to the Apple iPhone. The head of Google UK, Matt Brittin, said iPhone owners search online 30 times more than those who use rival smartphones. With the imminent release of the Palm Pre and the Nokia N97 I think we can expect a further increase in mobile internet use. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. MORE >>
MLEARNING TRENDS My mLearning Predictions for 2010
| SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 2010
After many years of sitting on the sidelines and reading the postings of others, I've decided to enter 2010 with this new mLearning Trends blog where I can post my own scattered thoughts and musing about all things "mobile learning" and begin sharing my own experiences in the design, development, deployment and support
of mlearning solutions for the enterprise. Security will become a MUCH bigger issue for mlearning deployments and all vendors will need to step up their game
to ensure content/IP protection and integrity while making access easier. Knock, Knock!! Who's there? MORE >>
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