Recently, I came across Articulate’s outstanding white paper outlining their stance on Mobile Learning. In it, Articulate’s CTO, Arlyn Asch, makes a strong case against slide-based ‘responsive’ mLearning, saying ‘slide-based eLearning wouldn’t make sense if objects changed position or simply disappeared to fit smaller screen sizes.’ I strongly agree with Articulate’s stance; here are […]
This is a great article that cleanly outlines tips for writing for mobile. 6 Tips for Effective Mobile Copy ‘The Golden Triangle’ is fascinating — the majority of users’ attention is on the upper part of the screen, which should guide designers’/developers’ content decisions. Also, ‘if you don’t connect in a couple of seconds, you’ve […]
One of the biggest mistakes I made when first pursuing Mobile Learning was pursuing it on my own. I really wish I would’ve spent time building relationships with advocates, partners, and allies who could help me realize my vision.
This is the first in a series of posts where I’ll address issues related to getting started with Mobile Learning.
mLearning, or mobile learning, is not really something new. The origins of mLearning trace back to the 1970s or even before, when people took courses using audio tapes. Today, the evolving technology has made it more feasible and effective to deliver a richer learning experience through mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Some […]