mLearnopedia: Types of Mobile Learning. Review of “Handbook of Mobile Learning” The Handbook of Mobile Learning (Routledge, 2013), edited by Zane L.
Berge and Lin Y. Muilenburg, and written by almost 100 authors, is clearly an academic offering that will be of interest to those researching and studying mobile learning. It will not be widely purchased by practitioners in corporate training, but should be considered by mobile learning strategists and consultants of all stripes. The 53 chapters in the handbook are divided into five parts: history and theory; learning and learner support; teaching and instructional design; policies, administration and management; and cases and perspectives. Bottom line: “It is not surprising that a book with almost 100 authors has some unevenness in terms of relevance and content. I have written a long review of this book on the Float Mobile Learning blog. Mobile Learning - Mobile Learning. A Model for Mobile Learning. Thanks to Judy Brown for her Hotlist where I found a new book titled, “Mobile Learning Transforming the Delivery of Education and Training” edited by Mohamed Ally – Athabasca University in Canada.
The book is quite long and covers several topics. I haven’t had a chance to read a lot of it yet, but what I did read was insightful. I immediately went to the 2nd section in the 1st chapter because of its’ title “A Model For Framing Mobile Learning”. Anytime I see the word model I gravitate toward it. I think the reason for this is that when we start creating models, that reflects a deeper understanding of the concepts behind mobile learning. Like this: Like Loading... Top 15 Social Media Sites Since October 2014. Latest Social Media users stats, facts and numbers for 2014.
How fast Social Media is expanding in 2014?
Do you know how many active users Facebook has? How fast Google+ is evolving? How many users have never tweeted after opening their account on Twitter? Do these numbers matter to you? Let me give you a quick example- A friend of mine who has been struggling to hire a PHP developer was chatting with me and I suggested him to try Facebook ads to reach out good developers based on his desirable location and other preferences. If you’re managing social media for your businesses, it is important to keep track of statistics so it keeps your strategy in-line. The infographic below covers all the latest Social Media facts, figures, numbers and statistics of 2014. 75% of the engagement on a Facebook post happens in the first 5 hours.53% of interaction between Google+ user and a brand is positive.44% of users on Twitter have never sent a tweet!
<iframe src=" width="100%" height="4315px" frameborder="0" scrolling="no">Isn't loading? Who uses social networking sites. Social Networking Reaches Nearly One in Four Around the World. According to a new eMarketer report, “Worldwide Social Network Users: 2013 Forecast and Comparative Estimates,” nearly one in four people worldwide will use social networks in 2013.
The number of social network users around the world will rise from 1.47 billion in 2012 to 1.73 billion this year, an 18% increase. By 2017, the global social network audience will total 2.55 billion. The rapidly expanding social network audiences in the emerging markets of Asia-Pacific and the Middle East and Africa will be huge drivers of social user growth. Though Asia-Pacific will have the largest social network population worldwide through 2017 and the Middle East and Africa will have the second-largest audience starting next year, their population penetration rates are among the lowest. Out of the countries included in the forecast, eMarketer expects the fastest increases to come from the social network user populations of India, Indonesia, Mexico, China and Brazil. Previous Article.