This Week in mLearning Podcast – Thinking Mobile-First [Episode 3]


Welcome to our third episode of our new podcast entitled “This Week in mLearning.” Below is a summary of topics we discussed this week. Great news, our Podcast is now live on iTunes and you can subscribe HERE. Please let us know your comments by leaving a comment here and thank you in advance for listening and for helping us spread the word about this Podcas on Mobile Learning:

  • Highlights of the week
  • A paradigm shift: starting to embrace mLearning constraints and a new set of rules
  • Creating a universal and multifaceted learning experience
  • Responsive web design and how Adobe Shadow and Weinre work
  • Transition from eLearning to mLearning from the point of vendors
  • Thinking mobile first: Facebook App, Instagram and other relevant examples
  • New tools will be highly customized versions from the existing ones
  • Some best practices for mLearning: don´t overuse your resources
  • Learning from other industries and innovations to explore possible applications from an mLearning angle
  • Rapid changing scenarios in the Mobile World and their impact
  • Finds of the Week: Pocket, Impatica for PowerPoint Version 5 and iAnnotate PDF





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About RJ Jacquez

My name is RJ Jacquez, Mobile Learning Analyst and Consultant, helping companies understand the potential of Mobile and make a successful transition from eLearning to mLearning in their organizations. Also a Mobile Learning Evangelist, Podcasting and Blogging the Mobile Learning Revolution as it happens. Before that, I worked for Adobe Systems and Macromedia as a Senior Evangelist. I'm honored to be among great company in the following lists and articles: 1) mLearning’s game changers: Who’s on your dream team? ( 2) Top 25 Most Influential Bloggers in Technical Communications ( 3) Top 20 most influential tweeters in eLearning, training and HR ( 4) I was also mentioned in this article on Why Every Company Needs a Robert Scoble (infographic) for my work as an Adobe Evangelist ( Please follow me on Twitter @rjacquez