Learner Revolution in, Ed Tech Revolution out – eCampus News

A new report suggests investors should focus on companies servicing the “Learner Revolution,” which creates pathways of success to guide individual students

Source: www.ecampusnews.com

This is a great article about the shift in e-learning towards more m-learning, and how e-learning is becoming more learner-centric. Great to see more movement over time in this direction! 

 

What do you think? Is m-learning here to stay? Do you agree with the shift of focus? Include your comments below. 

 

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One Response to Learner Revolution in, Ed Tech Revolution out – eCampus News

  1. Larry Kunz says:

    Funny you should ask.

    Earlier today I attended a webinar where Ray Gallon and Neus Lorenzo made the case that digital education is moving (at the risk of sounding like Buzz Lightyear) to MLearning and beyond. In the context of the Internet of Things, we’ll soon target training specifically to the people who are deemed to need it (much as advertisers are doing already) and deliver it using new formats like augmented reality. Work is already being done to find ways to align digital learning with the evolving view that training should “encourage the spirit of inquiry that will engage and connect with others.”

    It’s very interesting stuff, and I think they’re onto something.

    For more — a lot more — check out this blog post by Ray and Neus.

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