There is no doubt about it. Mobile Learning is a significant change from previous methods of instruction and learning. The design and development practices and processes are significantly different than previous production workflows. The instructional methods are distinct and new, as well. We at Float have been saying this for quite some time.
The mobile learning team at ADL “has launched a new project to explore how education and training practitioners can best use mobile technologies to design learning solutions for the next generation of learners.”
The Mobile Training Implementation Framework (MoTIF) project will consist of multiple stages in which ADL will research mobile learning. In phase 1, ADL is asking for your help in completing a needs analysis survey.
Anyone interested in implementing mobile learning should fill out this survey. ADL says you are not required to have any experience in mobile development. Rather, anyone with a smartphone and tablet is eligible to respond.
This survey will be open through April 26. ADL will report results by June.
Those who submit their email address will be sent a copy of the survey results.
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