- M-Learning’s dirty little secrets | E-Learning Provocateur – Wonderfully honest and sums up most of my feelings on m-learning. A minority of highly self-motivated people might choose to complete m-learning that they see as personally valuable. But learning required for work? Fat chance anyone waiting for a plane will pick that over ESPN or the Huffington Post.
- 5 Ways Content Marketing Supports Instructional Design | weelearning – I've long held the notion of learning as the "marketing of ideas and behaviors." This is a good piece expanding that idea to "campaigns = blended learning."
- Agile vs ADDIE: Which Is Better for Learning Design? – More on the "let's move ADDIE toward AGILE" discussion.
Posts Tagged mobile
- 5 Rapid Authoring Tools To Publish Courses For Your iPads | Upside Learning Blog –
- What’s different about mobile learning? – As the doors open to a new era of mobile learning and performance support, it's a good time to step back and think about the new mindset required when designing for mobile.
- Consumers Under 35 Ditching Browser for Apps, Study Shows – Interesting trend that, taken with Tim Berners-Lee recent statements, raises questions about the future of HTML.
- Government 2.0: Five Predictions for 2010-12 – O’Reilly Radar – Mark Drapeau shares his predictions for trends in Government 2.0.
- Portrait of a Multitasking Mind: Scientific American – My tirade agains multitasking continues: From the article: "New research by EyalOphir, Clifford Nass, and Anthony D. Wagner at Stanford University suggests that people who multitask suffer from a problem: weaker self-control ability."
- How the iPhone Could Reboot Education | Gadget Lab | Wired.com – A private university in Texas completes the first year of a pilot program in which it hands out free iPhones and iPod Touch devices to its entire freshman class. The goal is to see if, and how, the iPhone can reinvent education.
- Voice in Google Mobile App: A Tipping Point for the Web? – O’Reilly Radar – Tim adds thoughts to the building evidence that the Web (which should now really be considered the Cloud) is going mobile. The iPhone has freed our interface design limitations and the Cloud content and services will continue to become more accessible on all devices as we incorporate a more device agnostic philosophy to our product development.
- Are Our Technologies at War with Each Other? – Andrew McAfee – Andrew weighs in on the debate Venkat and I started on his original post and my response, both of which got reposted by Social Computing Magazine. (Had I know the debate was going to get such attention I wouldn’t have shot so passionately from my hip ;o)
These are my links for May 13th:
- The Future of Media » Blog Archive » What Is the “Middle Web”? – An interesting look at the "middle Web" that may be a false start in the bid to deliver robust applications to mobile devices. This will be important as the Web as learning platform starts being accessed more form mobile than from PCs.
- OpenKM Document Management System | Open Source DMS – Home – An open source document management system (though it like to tout itself as KM system, but it functionality seems a bit limited. But if you need document management, it is tough to beat free!
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