It's Time to Reimagine Mobile Learning

Source: It’s Time to Reimagine Mobile Learning : Learning Solutions Magazine by Pamela Hogle “Mobile use is a primary driver of changes in consumer and learner behavior; mobile learning cannot advance or continue to meet learners’ needs without evolving in tandem with those learners.” The way eLearning pros view mobile learning might be due for an…

Social, Mobile, and Corporate Learning: Research Takeaways

Source: Social, Mobile, and Corporate Learning: Research Takeaways : Learning Solutions Magazine by Amit Gautam AUGUST 2, 2017 “Companies have realized that social and mobile learning goes beyond simply using technology to deliver content on mobile devices; it is about knowing how to fruitfully operate across new and ever-changing learning spaces. The emphasis now lies on…

Moodlerooms Launches App Branding Service

Source: Moodlerooms Launches App Branding Service | Moodle News Moodlerooms, the Blackboard-flavored version of Moodle, is launching its very own App Branding Service. Comparable to Moodle’s Branded Mobile Apps, the new service transcends the desktop LMS experience and brings it into the mobile arena. A new video describes the opportunities, challenges, and ways Moodlerooms customers…

UL app designed to streamline Moodle, Banner services

Source: UL app designed to streamline Moodle, Banner services – The Vermilion The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s self-titled app launched last week in an effort to provide “seamless access to some of the most frequently utilized university systems and accounts,” according to a news release. Powered by Ellucian, the company behind Banner, the app…

Add mobile support to your Moodle plugin – part three

Source: Technology and Learning: Add mobile support to your Moodle plugin – part three Part Three – Starting to Build the Moodle Mobile Add-on In the previous part of this series, I created just enough code to see an impact on the mobile app. Now, I want to begin to actually do things that will…

Add mobile support to your Moodle plugin – part two

Source: Technology and Learning In the first part of this series, I set up a development environment on my local machine. I am going to use this same environment to begin coding the mobile add-on portion of my Moodle questionnaire plug-in. The documentation says I need to develop the mobile side as a standard Moodle Mobile add-on…