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We are all mobile learners. It's in our DNA. If you have access to a mobile device, to confine your learning to a classroom, online course or exhibition hall is to go against the very nature of how you learn.
Knowing has never been a static process, but only now are we starting to connect the potential of mobile technology with our natural propensity for dynamic, responsive and viral learning.
As ownership and usage of technology rise sky high and expectations for the content it delivers rise with it - faster, smarter, effortless, social - has e-learning kept up? Or is it simply cramming itself into the 4" format when it should be reinventing itself accordingly?
• What lessons from the past can we take into future of learning design?
• What are the gaps in the current approach to designing learning for mobile?
• What will be the radical designs that tap into the best of mobile technology and help us fulfill our potential as mobile learners?