M-learning is Not E-learning On the Move – Free eBook

M-learning is Not E-learning On the Move - Free eBook

People have started using their mobile devices for activities that are beyond voice communication. They use Google Maps to help them find their way to a new place, they do their banking online, they purchase tickets for cinemas online and they seek information online. This being the case, can we ignore its potential in formal learning?

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M-learning – Design for Touch Not Click!

By Mandal Mohan Rao

M-learning - Design for Touch Not Click!

The popularity of advanced touchscreen mobile devices, such as smart phones, tablets etc., is widely increasing worldwide. These advanced mobile devices offer such an excellent and fast accessibility that, like any other fields, they find applications even in the realm of learning. According to Towards Maturity, Benchmark Study 2012–2013, about 70% of the organizations are planning to implement mobile learning in the next two years.

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Using Augmented Reality in E-learning and M-learning

Using Augmented Reality in E-learning and M-learning

“Teaching is like an orchestra. There are many different instruments, and to reach everyone you need to put a symphony of different kinds of pedagogy together. Learning technologies provide a set of instruments teachers can use to achieve that range of instructional strategies.”

- Dr. Chris Dede, Harvard Graduate School of Education

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Enterprise 2.0: Learning Beyond The Four Walls of The Organization

Enterprise 2.0: Learning Beyond The Four Walls of The Organization

The radical developments in the field of IT have paved the way for the emergence of Web 2.0. Organizations around the world quickly realized the learning potential of this new web paradigm. Enterprise 2.0 is the term used to describe the synergy of Web 2.0 and modern business enterprises. This new development has opened the floodgates of learning in the corporate world. It helps companies to:

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Design Considerations for eLearning on Mobile Devices

Design Considerations for eLearning on Mobile Devices

Converting the existing eLearning content to mobile format does not happen just on a click!

With the advent of different tools that can publish the eLearning courses to HTML 5 format, organizations started seeing mLearning as just an eLearning on smaller screen, which is not true. The design requirements of a desktop eLearning are very different from mobile Learning.

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