Monthly Archives: April 2012

TIMELINESS vs CRAFT OF CONTENT

Bryan’s brazen assumption of the day: Timeliness (the ability to meet time-critical needs), is becoming more important to organizations than the craft of their instructional content. While cost of projects remains constant (as cheap as possible), I’ve sensed a shift in … Continue reading

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mLearning is not about consuming content…

mLearning is not primarily about ‘consuming’ content on a mobile device, but is about acting in the world. We now live in a world where mobile information is literally available at our fingertips. Until recently, I have chiefly viewed my … Continue reading

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What Role Does mLearning Play in Today’s Complex Learning Environments?

[Gisela’s Initial Email] Hi Bryan, I’m the TA for Foundations class and happened to listen to your interview with Jacob Lindsay. I had no idea you were into mobile learning, this is my research interest, although I’ve changed it quite … Continue reading

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