"Mobile offers huge opportunities to re-evaluate how to deliver learning and content to folks wherever they are!"Tamar Elkeles, Qualcomm
A new model for work based mobile, and mobile learning.
Most of the academic research, and discussion around mobile learning starts from the more traditional end of the learning spectrum. It doesn’t always work for us. Here is the amended model we use to think about mobile learning in a workplaceread more
This is an edited version of a post originally published on Geoff Stead’s moblearn blog in January 2013. Introduction Are you using augmented reality (AR) in your mobile learning? Should you? We have all seen the news articles about Google Glass in recent months. It’s just a small strand of current AR development causing excitement –…read more