Monday, February 16, 2009

New Mobile Learning Content Site

Mobile Learning
It is getting harder and harder to keep up with all that is happening with mobile learning.

Like you, I get lots of alerts and feeds and try to struggle through them each day, but that usually doesn’t happen due to time constraints. From every ten Google alerts on “mobile learning” there is usually only one that is relevant. Most have to do with mobile carts for learning, learning about something in Mobile, AL, or laptop projects. Alerts for “mlearn” used to be more relevant, but less often. Now it appears that Google has changed its search algorithms and is now picking up everything with “I’m learning” whether it is about cooking, driving, drugs, or anything else.

Now for those interested in mobile learning, there is a content community site that aggregates all the great post by actual implementers and researchers. Please visit cc.mlearnopedia.com and sign up for the RSS feed or bookmark it. If there are sites that we missed, please let us know.

For some of the popular e-learning experts and others who occasionally write about mobile initiatives or opportunities, these will also be picked up (as best as we can).

mLearnopedia.com will remain focused on news stories, articles, announcements, etc., but all the important blog details will be on cc.mlearnopedia.com.

Today we published a press release which you can view here. (PDF)

We’d love to hear your comments.

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