Mobile learning

Mobile learning, Informal learning Other Usage: Current and Past

Most teens who use cellphones do it to learn new things.

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1,058 parents and 743 teens

Teen mobile use for informal learning

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2019
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1,058 parents and 743 teens
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Most teens who use cellphones do it to learn new things.

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Mobile learning Higher education Usage: Current and Past
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130 US and international institutions and more than 64,000 students

Student device use and ratings of importance

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2018
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130 US and international institutions and more than 64,000 students
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Microlearning, Educational video, Adaptive technology, Mobile learning, AR / VR, Personalized learning, Performance support / improvement Business and industry Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges

1. Micro-learning
2. Video
3. Artificial Intelligence (AI)
4. Augmented Reality (AR)
5. Mobile
6. xAPI
7. Virtual Reality (VR)
8. Subscription tools and learning
9a. Science-based learning
9b. Personalized learning
9c. Performance Support

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57 experts
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57 experts in the field. 

Top 12 Trends for 2018

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2018
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57 experts
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1. Micro-learning
2. Video
3. Artificial Intelligence (AI)
4. Augmented Reality (AR)
5. Mobile
6. xAPI
7. Virtual Reality (VR)
8. Subscription tools and learning
9a. Science-based learning
9b. Personalized learning
9c. Performance Support

Survey question: 

What are the top three trends for 2018? 

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Digital Learning Technologies, Online learning, Mobile learning, Educational Games / Gamification K-12 Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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More than 514,000 K-12 students, parents, educators, and community members participated in Speak Up 2016.

Teachers’ wish list for PD compared with District Administrators’ priorities for PD

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2017
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What is your preferred topic for professional development? 

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Knowledge management, Online learning, Mobile learning Business and industry Usage: Current and Past
Sample Size:
316 companies
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316 companies

Current Usage

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2017
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316 companies
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Digital Learning Technologies, Mobile learning, Internet of things Higher education Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
Sample Size:
1005
Sample Description:

1005 college students

Importance in Studying

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2017
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1005
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When it comes to studying overall, how important are each of the following? 

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Mobile learning, Digital Learning Technologies, Internet of things Higher education Usage: Current and Past
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1005
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1005 college students

Device Usage

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2017
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1005
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Which of the following devices do you own? AND Which of the following do you use while attending class session or lectures, for homework, for test/exam preperation?

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Mobile learning Higher education Usage: Current and Past
Sample Size:
35760 Students and 11141 faculty
Sample Description:

Students - 35,760 from 110 instutions in 40 states

Faculty - 11,141 from 131 institutions in 37 states

Classroom policies on device use

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2017
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35760 Students and 11141 faculty
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The figure depicts the types of devices students say are encouraged or discouraged in class, including laptops, tablets, and smartphones. 

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Are these devices banned/discouraged or encouraged/required in classes? 

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Social media, Mobile learning, Learning analytics / Data mining, Online learning Other Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges

“Social learning,” as it is often considered to be, is nothing entirely new. Though many new modalities of social learning have emerged in recent years, in many ways it has been around for a long time. But if social learning has long been present, why has the focus on it increased recently? Some believe the answer is related to the fact technology is now mature enough to address the most common concerns regarding social learning in the workplace, such as tracking, recognition, and security.

Additionally, as more Gen Y (millennial) workers enter the workplace, the needs and demands for a more social learning experience will increase exponentially, as such tools and modalities have been a part of this generation’s DNA. Social learning technologies have a huge impact on several enterprise core processes, from recruiting to training and developing talent. And there’s more: results are quickly measurable because social technologies have a direct and obvious effect on performance. The route from social learning to informal learning is very short.

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302

Top 5 Learning Technology Priorities

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Publication Year: 
2017
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302
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“Social learning,” as it is often considered to be, is nothing entirely new. Though many new modalities of social learning have emerged in recent years, in many ways it has been around for a long time. But if social learning has long been present, why has the focus on it increased recently? Some believe the answer is related to the fact technology is now mature enough to address the most common concerns regarding social learning in the workplace, such as tracking, recognition, and security.

Additionally, as more Gen Y (millennial) workers enter the workplace, the needs and demands for a more social learning experience will increase exponentially, as such tools and modalities have been a part of this generation’s DNA. Social learning technologies have a huge impact on several enterprise core processes, from recruiting to training and developing talent. And there’s more: results are quickly measurable because social technologies have a direct and obvious effect on performance. The route from social learning to informal learning is very short.

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Mobile learning K-12 Usage: Anticipated
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1001
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1001 K12 teachers 

UoP_Mobile Devices

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2017
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1001
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The percent of teachers who think mobile devices hinder student learning. 

Survey question: 

Do you thnik personal devices hinder student learning? 

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