It’s agreed: mobile learning is powerful.
That’s the consensus, anyway, from this year’s mLearnCon advisory committee.
In this panel discussion, Float’s own Chad Udell joins other mobile experts Clark Quinn and Robert Gadd about the possibilities of mobile learning, as well as the importance of mobile in learning and performance.
“At no time in…talent development has the learning and development organization had as much ability to affect the performance of or the ability of the employees to directly complete the jobs and tasks they have at hand.” -Clark Quinn
eLearning Guild Program Director David Kelly asks the panelists about:
- What their thoughts are about those who say mobile learning isn’t really learning.
- How mobile learning helps people get the job done. “I think it’s a narrow view of learning if you think you have to go away and learn and come back to the workplace,” says Clark. “We’re learning all the time.”
- How you can’t directly apply eLearning to mLearning. “It’s a completely different world,” says David.
- The “m” in mLearning. Chad says it’s about the learner, not the device. “They are on the go,” he says.
- What the future holds for mobile learning. “What’s exciting about it is how scary it is, in many ways,” says Robert. “It makes my job interesting, that’s for sure.”
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