Posts Tagged ‘smartphone’

10 Mobile Apps That Boost My Everyday Productivity

April 29, 2013

If you were in attendance at the Central Florida Chapter event on Tuesday, April 23rd (we had the yummy breaded chicken dinner), this post will sound very familiar. If you couldn’t make it, shame on you! Kidding … but if you weren’t there, this is a summary of my presentation on mobile apps.

Why was I the one to talk about mobile apps? Well, I once told someone in the chapter that I never use a pen … at all. They correctly assumed that I know a lot about mobile apps (using, not building) and invited me to speak. So, of the 750,000+ apps out there, here are the 10 I use every day to make me more productive (and ink free).

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Content Delivery Channels – What is mLearning Really?

April 29, 2012

There is a critical shift for organizations to consider – smartphones are the highest selling devices in the communication markets. If you and your organization want to increase performance, you need to consider leveraging this platform.

Companies are already finding success with these devices for giving executives information they need, salespeople, and field technicians. We are about to see a surge in this medium across the learning industry.

If you want to take advantage of mLearning, or mobile learning, you need to rethink what it means. It is not specifically about courses. It is about altering formal learning and individual performance via delivery of content, support, and connections to others in the company or peers. Think about this – desktop capabilities are now available practically anywhere, as is your ability to take advantage of an respond to the context in which an employee performs.

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