Educational Technology

March 30, 2013

10 Bullets for Mobile Learning Content Design

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:30 am

from ADL Mobile Learning Handbook

Mobile learning has been called bitesize, handy learning, ubiquitous, portable, pocketable, learning on the go, my learning, untethered, opportunistic, learning in the moment, snack-learning, courselets, “bus stop” learning, a learning nugget or even a learning pill. To many, it also includes overlapping but somewhat independent paradigms such as informal, social, personal, private, situational, and unstructured learning. Some historical definitions can be found here. Mobile should be an integral part of your learning and information infrastructure / architecture. It should not be viewed as a replacement for other learning options, but a supplement or reinforcement for learning and performance support. Think about the user experience and their learning opportunities before making design decisions.

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