BYOD? Maybe it’s just me.

Bring your own device and mobile learning have a lot of potential but I think it comes with potential issues that may currently outweigh the benefits.

There are always unexpected applications of advanced technology. The application of the Microsoft Kinect for vascular surgery is certainly one. There are lot of great educational apps that can help children learn more and faster.  That’s fantastic! Truly. But we need to consider all of the angles for bringing mobile devices into the class room and the office.  They present two separate sets of issues. Continue reading

TBF031 – BYOD & Workbook Design

This episode covers an update my application of Joseph Campbells Heros Journey (which I’ve probably brought up enough at this point), I share briefly my hesitation with trying to solve the worlds problems with BYOD and then wrap up by sharing my experiences with creating/designing an ebook for new trainers to learn course content.

I promised that I would provide a link to Tim Kuhlmann’s blog, The Rapid E-Learning Blog.

“Organic Grunge”
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
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TBF030 – Comic Stories. For Serious.

This show explored a previous blog post about the lessons I’ve learned while trying to incorporate storytelling in training. Also, If anyone has any great resources on how to create a work book or a text book or something of the like, please let me know!

Thanks for listening!

“Organic Grunge”
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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