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Hugo Domingos

24 benefits of mobile learning | - 1 views

  • Convenience and flexibility: mobile learning can be accessed anywhere
  • mobile learning enables training to be ‘situated rather than simulated
  • always-available nature of mobile learning
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  • mobile learning can happen during ‘dead time’,
  • Fits many different learning styles:
  • Improves social learning
  • means to enable interaction between peers and tutors using mobile devices.
  • he voice recorder on many mobile devices enables effortless and instantaneous recording of thoughts and opinions.
  • collecting portfolio evidence via audio, still or video camera.
  • mobile devices offer timely access to information,
  • nables forgotten or mistakenly remembered information to be speedily accessed and redressed.
  • accessed prior to meetings or beginning tasks, improves learners’ confidence in their skills.
  • so avoids cognitive overload.
  • quick-fire knowledge or mobile assessments/quizzes, in between other kinds of training activities,
  • enable trainers to determine learners’ level of knowledge and plan their sessions accordingly.
  • be contextualised to the exact spot in a workplace it makes reference to.
  • nd then synchronised when a wireless connection is available again.
  • mobile learning is cheaper than booking the resources required for face-to-face training
  • use of touch screens and other more direct input devices removes a layer of interactivity,
  • ith GPS and the use of QR codes learning can become specific to a location or a real life QR code marker
  • own personal device they are more likely to engage with the learning
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    the 24 benefits of mobile learning to convince you to start thinking about your future mobile solutions (if you haven't started already that is!)
Lucy Gray

sigml - 2011_video_contest - 0 views

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    ISTE SIGML is proud to announce the second annual SIGML Video Contest!! Show off your best practices in mobile learning by creating a short video (3 minutes max) that showcases what you are doing with mobile learning and share it with ISTE members. An independent panel of judges will pick the top 10 videos. ISTE members will have an opportunity to vote for their favorite 3. Winners will receive some fabulous prizes! Please read the contest information and rules below carefully. All documentation, including a full set of rules, submission forms, and other materials are available for download at the bottom of the page.
hlarson728

Top 50 Mobile Learning Resources - 1 views

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    The post is from 2009 so some of the links are probably gone by now, but it is still getting favorable ratings by commenters.
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