mobile learning

From e-learning to Snackson

This is a translation by Snackson of a post originally written in Spanish by Jordi Pizarro, who published it at designtraining.cat.   Well, yes, it seems that we are at that moment when you take a risk or simply you don’t move … Read More

Mobile phones: weapons of mass creation

This is a translation from the original post written by Jordi Pizarro on designtraining.cat   There are 2 ways we can see mobile phones: as weapons of mass distraction or as weapons of mass creation. This isn’t just my opinion, these … Read More

4 Ways that Snackson can be Used in the University Environment

Academia has experienced many changes to the learning process with the rapid evolution of technology over the last few decades. These days the library serves the same purpose as a coffee shop: just a quiet place to study. Students no … Read More

E-learning or m-learning. That’s not the question

This is a translation by Snackson of a post originally written in Spanish by Jordi Pizarro, who published it at designtraining.cat. Could you say why do I  defend that the courses I design with Storyline can’t be considered as m-learning? We should … Read More

e-volving. From e-learning to m-learning

This is a translation by Snackson of a post originally written in Spanish by Jordi Pizarro, who published it at designtraining.cat.   The logical evolution of learning processes involves, inevitably, technology and it’s like this no matter what, it involves finding methodological … Read More

E-learning, Ned Stark & microlearning

Some days ago, talking with an instructional designer about learning, he showed me Glasser’s learning pyramid again and I couldn’t help but explain a couple of things.     The first one is that, if what Glasser states is true, … Read More

M-learning: the future that soon will be our present

This is a translation by Snackson of a post originally written in Spanish by Jordi Pizarro, who published it at designtraining.cat.   Our world is in constant progress and it won’t stop, and even though the educational purpose of training keeps being … Read More

Miguel Ángel Muras: “Snackson allows users to learn in 5 minutes and effortlessly”

This is a translation by Snackson of a post originally written in Spanish by MásQueNegocio, published on the 8th March 2016.     Do you need training for your company or organization’s employees? Snackson is a mobile learning solution that organizes … Read More

The RE-EVOLUTION: Mobile learning

This is a translation by Snackson of a post originally written in Spanish by Jordi Pizarro, who published it at designtraining.cat.   Almost a year ago I wrote a post about the evolution of e-learning towards m-learning and a couple of days … Read More