Chapter 16Leveraging Geolocation to Make Your Content More Relevant

Chad Udell


I hope, by now, it’s clear that mlearning is not e-learning on a mobile device. Instead of teaching students “just-in-case” they need specific knowledge at a later date, mobile learning is focused on “just enough, just in time, and just for me.” This shift reflects that mobile learning is more often about performance support and adaptive personalized learning than the study of materials for later use. It is also being driven by the move to use some of the unique affordances of mobile devices in ways that have never been possible before.

One example of a unique ...

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