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Mobile Devices & Mobile Strategy (Article Style) In an increasingly mobile world, it is imperative that organizations figure out what role mobile learning plays in their overall learning strategy. The answer is not simply allowing access via mobile devices. The depth and complexity of the mobile strategy depends greatly on organizational goals, learning objectives, and audience preferences. Despite the ubiquity of mobile devices and the potential they have for learning, we are still in the early stages of mobile learning (Brandon Hall Group, 2015). The strategy defines ‘mobile’ as the group of capabilities, services and technologies that when combined enables anytime, anywhere access through handheld devices. Mobile learning supports the mobility of the learner through the use of contemporary mobile technology and pedagogy (Charles Sturt University, 2013-14). Mobile devices offer a number of advantages for education in comparison to laptops or netbooks. First, their lighter weight and orientation flexibility makes them far superior for digital reading or accessing of content. Second, their instant-on capability and fast switching among applications allows learning activities to proceed with less delay. Third, their touch screen interface allows a high degree of user interactivity. Fourth, they are much more mobile than laptops, as students can carry them inside or outside a room without having to close and reopen the screen and store them in the carry case and can also use them for mobile data collection or note taking. Fifth, since it is inexpensive to develop apps for mobile platforms, there is a rapidly growing amount of free or low-cost apps for mobile devices, many of which are suitable for education. And finally, mobile devices‘ long battery life makes them more suitable for a school day (Warschauer, 2011).
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© Best-Selling Mobile Devices @ DigiOpti.Net 2017
Mobile Strategy
Mobile Devices & Mobile Strategy (Article Style) In an increasingly mobile world, it is imperative that organizations figure out what role mobile learning plays in their overall learning strategy. The answer is not simply allowing access via mobile devices. The depth and complexity of the mobile strategy depends greatly on organizational goals, learning objectives, and audience preferences. Despite the ubiquity of mobile devices and the potential they have for learning, we are still in the early stages of mobile learning (Brandon Hall Group, 2015). The strategy defines ‘mobile’ as the group of capabilities, services and technologies that when combined enables anytime, anywhere access through handheld devices. Mobile learning supports the mobility of the learner through the use of contemporary mobile technology and pedagogy (Charles Sturt University, 2013-14). Mobile devices offer a number of advantages for education in comparison to laptops or netbooks. First, their lighter weight and orientation flexibility makes them far superior for digital reading or accessing of content. Second, their instant-on capability and fast switching among applications allows learning activities to proceed with less delay. Third, their touch screen interface allows a high degree of user interactivity. Fourth, they are much more mobile than laptops, as students can carry them inside or outside a room without having to close and reopen the screen and store them in the carry case and can also use them for mobile data collection or note taking. Fifth, since it is inexpensive to develop apps for mobile platforms, there is a rapidly growing amount of free or low-cost apps for mobile devices, many of which are suitable for education. And finally, mobile devices‘ long battery life makes them more suitable for a school day (Warschauer, 2011).
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