Exploring Students' Mobile Learning Practices in Higher Education

By BethCase on from www.educause.edu

Exploring Students
A university-wide survey on students' mobile learning practices showed that ownership of mobile devices is high among students and that tablets are the most popular devices for academic purposes.
The survey also found that mobile learning typically occurs outside the classroom, with only limited guidance from instructors.
To improve mobile learning effectiveness, students and instructors need help adopting more effective learning and teaching practices across content areas.
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Interactive Video: The Next Big Thing in Mobile by Paul Clothier

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Interactive Video: The Next Big Thing in Mobile by Paul Clothier
For 20 years we have had an interactive web with links to all manner of content, including videos; this model is duplicated from the desktop to mobile devices. With the evolving possibilities of interactive video, we may soon see this turned on its head. The new canvas won’t be the web page, but may be a video, and all the interactivity and links to content will be within the video itself. What was the contained object will become the container itself.
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Free Tools for Testing Your mLearning

By cincisteph1 on from lectora.com

Ready to dig into mLearning? Awesome! To help you out, we found some great tools to help you in the development and testing phases.
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Nigeria to drive Africa’s mobile learning market

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Nigeria to drive Africa’s mobile learning market
Africa has the highest mobile learning growth rate in the world with Nigeria being one of the key drivers of the growth rate witnessed across the continent.

According to a New Ambient Insight Report, the growth rate is 38.9 percent, the highest in the world, where revenues will grow more than five times to reach $530.1 million by 2017, up from the $102.4 million reached in 2012.
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e-Learning Trend: mLearning

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This e-Learning trend is growing at an incredible speed. About 75% of the US workforce is already mobile—and IDC predicts that by 2015 the number will reach 1.3 billion people worldwide or 37.2% of the global workforce. Check out the great mLearning resources in this article!
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5 Factors to Consider When Designing Mobile Courses

By BethCase on from elearningindustry.com

5 Factors to Consider When Designing Mobile Courses
Do you want your learners to be able to access you content on the go? There are some things to take into consideration for users of tablets, phones, and other mobile devices.
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[Infographic] K-12 Technology Trends and Usage - EdTechReview™ (ETR)

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[Infographic] K-12 Technology Trends and Usage - EdTechReview™ (ETR)
Infographic which covers trends and developments in the use of technology among students, teachers, and administrators in the K-12 sector.
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