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mLearning: Mobile Learning and Performance in the Palm of Your Hand by David S. Metcalf II, John M. De Marco

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Chapter Ten:

Other Options for Mobile Professionals

Let us briefly look at two mobile trends—one a few years old but still developing and one fairly cutting edge—that are of benefit to professionals constantly on the go. The first is synchronization for off-line use of content, even when no wireless connection is available. The second is voice-based access to data content. This pushes the boundaries of speech recognition and playback of recorded and computer-generated materials. Before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s examine synchronization in more detail.

Synchronization

In the early days, we started discussing wireless learning, but found this was really a misnomer as we started to explore other ways you can get your learning on the go. The ...

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