MLN 6.23.16

Our Mobile Learning Network is a fairly new community. With any new community, I often wonder about the people around me. Questions like these come to mind: Who here has actually done a mobile learning project? What tools are people using? How confident are people in their mLearning skills? I want a read on the room, […]

Mobile Learning

You may have heard something like this: “We want to develop a series of eLearning modules. Learners should be able to access them on computers and mobile devices.” It’s true most rapid eLearning authoring tools, such as Captivate or Storyline, offer HTML5 publishing options which can make your eLearning module viewable on mobile devices. However, […]

Mobile Learning

Defining Mobile First The concept should be a familiar one by now, its associated image almost archetypal. A smart phone gives way to a tablet and then to a desktop, preserving the content. We know this design strategy as progressive enhancement and it stands opposite graceful degradation as the trendsetter for digital design. The basic […]

Mobile Learning

There are many motivations to create mobile learning. The sheer number of smart phones in use presents an unprecedented opportunity to reach many learners. So, it makes sense so many of us feel pressured to implement learning via mobile. Taking advantage of the opportunities mobile presents can lead to great success in learning, but I’m […]

Mobile Learning

We had a terrific meeting of the Fredrickson Mobile Learning Network yesterday. Our topic was “Using Video for Mobile Learning” and we had three great presentations from members who shared their experiences and insights. We really only scratched the surface of this topic though, and we’d like to keep the discussion going. More questions or […]