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Mobile Apps For Employee Training: Don't Just Train Your Employees, Empower Them - EIDe... - 1 views

    The increased adoption of mobile learning is leading to wider use of mobile apps for employee training. In this article, I show you how you can use them not just to train but also to empower your employees and see your training impact soar.

12 Examples on How to Use the Powerful Combination of Mobile Learning and Microlearning... - 0 views

    Here are 12 examples that demonstrate how the combination of Mobile Learning and Microlearning can be used to enrich organizations' training deliveries.

10 Awesome Ways To Use Mobile Learning For Employee Training - EIDesign - 0 views

    Mobile learning for employee training is fast becoming an essential part of training delivery. In this article, I share 10 ways to showcase how you can use mobile learning for employee training for formal training and Performance Support (job aids).

7 Examples Of How To Use Mobile Learning To Scale Your Employee Training And Manage Gro... - 0 views

    To keep pace with the organization's plans for growth, L&D teams need measures to scale employee training, and mobile learning can enable them to achieve this. Through 7 examples, I'll show you how you can scale employee training through mobile learning.

Mobile Learning in the Math Classroom | - 3 views

    resources for mobile learning in the math classroom

90 Twitter Tools Teachers Should Know about ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learni... - 4 views

    I honestly had no clue that Twitter had so many apps and that it could successfully be used in the classroom. I am impressed. I will definitely be using some of these.
Kim Davis

On Social and Mobile Learning Architectures by Mayra Aixa Villar : Learning Solutions M... - 0 views

  • One of the main premises of social learning is that meaningful interactions among individuals can lead to increased understanding.
  • By using social media and participating in virtual communities, educators can become facilitators of interactions and content curators while students can model and produce—as opposed to passively consume—the learning content.
  • Students reported that this experience made them more willing to participate and allowed them to express themselves more freely. They also highlighted how the immediate access to relevant resources and information helped them advance their understanding on the subject.
Debi Griggs

Top 50 Mobile Learning Resources | Upside Learning Blog - 5 views

    Ideas and sites for mobile learning
Laura Fedeli

Mobile Learning Reflections - 0 views

    free e-book about mobile learning
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