Did you know? … and mobile learning

I came across this video via David Hopkins‘ blog e-Learning Blog//Don’t waste your time. It’s the fourth in a series of videos which have looked at current and future global trends relating to technology and populations etc.

One of the things that stood out to me in the video was the statement at the end,

The mobile device will be the world’s primary connection tool to the internet in 2020.

I used to be quite sceptical about mobile learning, but since getting an iPod touch last year I’ve increasingly seen the potential that mobile devices have to deliver learning and to support learning. Is anyone using these or smartphones to support medical education? If you are I’d be interested to hear about how you are using them.

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