At the current rate of technological change, many of the past truths about mobile devices seem more like myths today. These are a few common myths about mobile learning.
In this post I look back at the mLearncon in San Jose I attended. Wondering what is holding people back to implement mLearning.
Mobile learning has supposedly been the next hot trend since about 2009…and we’re still just getting started. What points to somewhat faster movement in 2013 is that market saturation on the consumer side is pretty complete. Businesses will follow.
A nice overview and introduction to the concept of mobile learning, which might be helpful when trying to explain it!
34 Ways Ideas For Smartphones In The Classroom By Category by John Hardison first appeared on gettingsmart.com In continuation of last week’s article, Part 1: 44…
Blog site of a project we carried out on using text messaging to support learners and learning. Includes various reports, findings, and infographics.
A list of the 50 best apps for STEM education. The article is just over a year old, but should still be relevant
Should mLearning be given the importance it seeks? Is mLearning a passing fad or a revolution in learning technology? Are mobile learning strategies just “me too” approaches or a long term vision? These were some questions that were widely debated in the eLearning community until sometime back. ...