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AR Project 6: Using Web 2.0: Synchronising technology to improve feedback on spoken academic texts

The aim of our action research (AR) was to improve feedback and student preparation for tutorial discussions with the assistance of mobile learning technology. 180 more words


The Compass methods cards: a mobile workplace learning solution

Experimentation brings ideas to life. Building prototypes means making ideas tangible, learning while building them and sharing them with other people. Even with early prototypes you can receive a direct response and learn how to further improve and refine an idea.

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Mobile Learning

The Compass Cards are out there! Your direction for learning and training.

A few months ago we launched a crowd-funding campaign to design and develop the compass cards based on our on-line toolkit. The idea was to develop a mobile card set of participatory knowledge sharing methodologies and technologies. 94 more words

Learning And Training

If traditional learning evaluation is dead, long live…what?

Posted by Josh Haims on July 16, 2014

When I discuss learning evaluation and how to measure the impact of investments made in development with business leaders, everyone seems to agree: How learning effectiveness is evaluated and communicated today is not working and should be completely rethought based on the transformation going on in corporate learning environments. 931 more words

Talent & Learning

Hangout with Martin Ebner

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Martin Ebner is dedicated about digital learning and digital education. Among others, he is a professor at the technological university of Graz. More information about his projects and his person can be found on… 7 more words


Mobile Learning

This morning, Thomas introduces us to the field of mobile learning. In the beginning, he stated his thesis that e-learning does not exist. How do you think about it? 40 more words


Is mLearning Causing Learner Fatigue?

This concept came up in a conversation I had yesterday with Peter Ranzino, President of Learning Sciences Corporation. He used this phrase – Learner Fatigue… 1,213 more words

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