Category Archives: mobile learning

mLearning has to be now, or we’re left behind

Had a conversation this week about “this thing called mobile learning” (her words); and I just chimed in to say that we have to do it NOW. Failure to dive into these waters will leave us, as a training organization … Continue reading

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Mobile context – Time Opportunity

In thinking more about the context for mobile users/learners, the consideration of “time opportunity” keeps gnawing at me. I started to think out loud via this post, and I’m continuing my lil’ ol’ self-dialogue in this public space. I start … Continue reading

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Mobile context

I have had conversations with folks where I mention the need for an instructional designer to understand the context for a mobile experience. Here’s what I mean … Example 1: I’m standing on the grocery store checkout line. I take … Continue reading

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A conversation about HTML5 tools

All the buzz … find an elearning authoring tool that can convert a course into HTML5 with just the click of a button. Voila! Not only do you get a Flash-based course for desktops/laptops, you get the same content all … Continue reading

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Some more favorite tweets from this week

Quote attributed to C.S. Lewis, “Children are not deceived by fairy stories, they are often and gravely deceived by school.” Tons of mobile learning resources (via @TheConsultantsE) … mLearning in Practice Course Resources … contains a lot of links to … Continue reading

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this looks kinda cool – Ringmark: mobile browser test suite

Not a whole lot of fanfare about this one – at least not that I could find. But I found this interesting tool that seems to be easy to use and helpful in determining what is possible when developing mobile … Continue reading

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In the Middle of the Curve: #mlearncon Judy Brown’s Overview of Mobile Learning

A very nice summary of the mLearning landscape by Judy Brown See on – Mobile Learning Design notes from mLearncon session: “Judy Brown’s Overview of Mobile Learning” … offered by Wendy Wickham ( … See on

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