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Today we more often hear about the adoption of new technologies at schools, colleges, universities, and other educational institutions. And the notions of eLearning and mLearning are becoming too ...

Today we more often hear about the adoption of new technologies at schools, colleges, universities, and other educational institutions. And the notions of eLearning and mLearning are becoming too common in educational sphere. Nevertheless, many still think that these terms mean the same and use them as synonyms. However, that's not the right approach.

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  • mLearning: Definition, Peculiarities, Perspectives Technological progress has changed not only the way we relax and work, but also the way we study.
  • Era of eLearning eLearning refers to the technology-based educational process.  Digital means (Flash drives, CDs, etc)  Mobile gadgets (smartphones, tablets, eReaders)  The Internet technologies The education processes in developed countries have recently become electronic in some way. https://www.exploreb2b.com/articles/mlearning-definition-peculiarities-perspectives
  • How to Define mLearning? in terms of the mobility of learners and the mobility of learning mLearning focuses on the mobility of a learner, interacting with portable technologies. in terms of devices and technologies mLearning is seen as a way to provide or to obtain education content using PDAs, smartphones, tablets and other mobile gadgets. mLearning in terms of the learners’ experience of learning with mobile devices Mobile learning is also defined as "learning across multiple contexts, through social and content interactions, using personal electronic devices”.
  • What makes mLearning different from eLearning?  mLearning is more personal and fun.  mLearning is spontaneous.  mLearning is shorter in duration.  mLearning is just-in-time learning.  mLearning engages users to contribute and share.
  • What features should quality mLearning solutions have? When it comes to the development of mobile educational solution, it is very important to remember that such solution has 2 different sides: 1) the educational aspect (the course itself which is worked out by professional teachers and educators); 2) the technical part of the application/solution which is developed by programmers.
  • What requirements should mLearning solution meet? Features Description User role and profile. Any mLearning solution should be developed for the definite target audience. Both, educators and developers should picture the portrait of the users, their age, interests, etc. Learning on the move The educational course should take into account that people will study mainly on the go. Lessons shouldn't be very long. The information should be portioned and presented in pieces. Interface design Interface design should be modern, fresh and it should take into account the peculiarities of perception/habits of the target audience. The mLearning solution's layout should be clear and simple so that users could get an instant access to the materials. Media types Collaboration support The mobile solution should support various media types, starting with ordinary images and ending with the most innovative technologies such as 3D videos and video conferencing. Today it is almost a must-have for all consumer-oriented mobile applications to provide users with a possibility to communicate and collaborate.
  • What new technologies can be applied in mLearning? Mobile technologies are developing very fast and in fact almost all recent developments in mobile sphere can be applied in mLearning. For example, the most advanced mLearning solutions can boast of the support of such technological functions as: Location aware learning Point-and-shoot learning with camera phones and 2D codes Games and simulation for learning on mobile devices Sensors and accelerometers in mobile devices in behavioral based learning Augmented reality on mobile devices
  • What are mLearning perspectives? mLearning will evaluate simultaneously with the mobile gadgets development adopting new formats. “Learners at colleges and in the work place are becoming smarter about the way they learn, so organizations need to continually develop e-learning content to keep ahead of market trends… Like it or not, people of all ages are bringing their own devices into the work and learning environment and this will only continue to become more common moving forward.” Jane Scott Paul of AAT “With the easy availability of new social media tools, individuals are already managing their informal learning. This trend is only likely to catch up more in the future as the users increasingly search for and access learning resources freely available on the web, such as, podcasts, videos, and blogs, whenever needed.” Rajesh Thambala of ValueLabs http://www.business2community.com/online-marketing/5-expert-predictions-future-elearning-0617051
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