Everyone interested in mobile learning in the defense and security industries should look at the Winter 2012 issue of “Connections: The Quarterly Journal” put out by the Partnership for Peace Consortium of Defense Academies and Security Studies Institutes.
Several of the articles are written by people we have worked with at Float Mobile Learning–especially Jason Haag of ADL – including developing Tappestry, the first mobile learning app using the new Experience API (xAPI).
Here is the table of contents for this issue:
- Mobile Learning in Security and Defense Organizations–Christian Glahn
- Research Ethics in the Mobile Learning Environment (MoLE) m-Learning Project–Jacob Hodges and Geoff Stead
- Supporting Crisis Simulations with the ARLearn Toolkit for Mobile Serious Games–Stefaan Ternier, Atish Gonsalves, Bernardo Tabuenca, Fred de Vries, and Marcus Specht
- Supporting Learner Mobility in SCORM-Compliant Learning Environments with ISN Mobler Cards–Christian Glahn
- Mobile Learning and ADL’s Experience API–Kristy Murray, Peter Berking, Jason Haag, and Nikolaus Hruska
- The Role of Teaching History for a Nation-Building Process in a Post-Conflict Society: The Case of Macedonia–Biljana Popovska
- Use of New Data Could Help Improve Oversight of Distance Education–GAO Report on Higher Education
You can download the entire issue here.
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