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e-Learning Stuff Podcast #072: New devices, new ways of learning

New devices, new ways of learning, recording of James’ presentation from Learning and Skills Conference 2011.

This is the seventy second e-Learning Stuff Podcast, New devices, new ways of learning.

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I was invited to speak on the potential and power of mobile technologies and the impact they have had and will have on learning in the workplace.

The proliferation of powerful mobile devices in the past 24 months, combined with a savvy population of users has led to a change in the way we use information. Many of us now expect to be able to read and interact on the move using smart devices like the iPhone and Android phones, or the iPad. At the same time, e-books and readers allow us to carry thousands of books in one device. Potentially this could be a great moment for extending learning – but what is the role of the L&D function in all this?

Here are the slides from the presentation I gave.

New devices, new ways of learning Presentation

A week or so ago I was in London for the Learning Technologies conference. This conference is aimed much more at workplace learning than at the education community.

I was invited to speak on the potential and power of mobile technologies and the impact they have had and will have on learning in the workplace.

The proliferation of powerful mobile devices in the past 24 months, combined with a savvy population of users has led to a change in the way we use information. Many of us now expect to be able to read and interact on the move using smart devices like the iPhone and Android phones, or the iPad. At the same time, e-books and readers allow us to carry thousands of books in one device. Potentially this could be a great moment for extending learning – but what is the role of the L&D function in all this?

Here are the slides from the presentation I gave.

e-Learning Stuff Podcast #069: Where have you been?

LWF

Learning without Frontiers 2011 and Learning Technologies 2010 and not a mention of BETT.

With James Clay, Lilian Soon, Ron Mitchell and James Yorke.

This is the sixty ninth e-Learning Stuff Podcast, Where have you been?

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New devices, new ways of learning

Today I am in London at the Learning Technologies conference. This conference is aimed much more at workplace learning than at the education community.

I was invited to speak on the potential and power of mobile technologies and the impact they have had and will have on learning in the workplace.

The proliferation of powerful mobile devices in the past 24 months, combined with a savvy population of users has led to a change in the way we use information. Many of us now expect to be able to read and interact on the move using smart devices like the iPhone and Android phones, or the iPad. At the same time, e-books and readers allow us to carry thousands of books in one device. Potentially this could be a great moment for extending learning – but what is the role of the L&D function in all this?

I hope to be “tweeting” my presentation live which starts at 11.30 and runs for about 30 minutes.