Designing eLearning For iPads

Amit Garg, Christian Science Monitor, Jan 31, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Very good slide deck with a lot of relevant data on the importance of understanding learning on tablets and some of the design elements that prove to be important (including my fave, 'fat fingers'). Tablets aren't just big mobile phones (or small computers) - they will be used, for example, more often to read or study, but also, used this way in more mobile environments (and often outside the range of connectivity, such as in airplanes or on older city buses or trains). This post consists of a short outline and then a 64-slide presentation. Recommended. Related: Ignatia writes of a call for participation in a project the Advanced Distributed Learning(ADL) Initiative will be conducting a thorough needs analysis in preparation for a new design-based research project named, the Mobile Training Implementation Framework (MoTIF).

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