It’s one of the hot topics at the moment, Bring Your Own Device. Institutions and companies around the world are searching for an answer. I think the problem is that they are looking for the answer rather than answers. At a strategy level its nice to think that there is a neat little solution to everything, […]
It’s a little late and I should be in bed with a book, but instead my face is lit up from the glow of my iPad as I succumb to the need to write down my thoughts. A friend posted an article titled “Why Mobile Will Dominate the Future of Media and Advertising“. After reading […]
Wireless Intelligence, the research arm of the trade group GSMA, is forecasting about 6.07 billion connections by the close of the year. While it may sound like an outlandish prediction you do have to remember that the UN is already saying there are 5.2 billion users. Mobile is huge and there is massive growth predicted for the […]
Looks like 2011 is the year that eBooks hit the mainstream.
Creating with your mobile is often seen as the lo-fi option. It’s time to rethink that assumption.
Well it’s taken a lot longer than I thought to get to this point, but finally our Mobile Learning initiative has been approved and funded!
Well it looks like there are some serious conflicts underway in the mobile operating system sector at the moment. While not quite as fun as some good ol’ fashion fisticuffs – the current bout of patent and legal battles is really intriguing for the interested observer.
So I promised a while ago to put together some ideas of using mobile to create unique learning experiences. They’re unique because they use the device to facilitate the experience, rather than being the experience itself.
I’ve been working on a quick list of what makes mobile technology unique. What makes mobile exciting is applying some of these features in new ways and creating new experiences.
Today was an interesting one, which really centred around the classroom and looked at it from a range of very different aspects.