I was just thinking this morning about "mobile learning" - those of you that know me, know that those are air quotes - I don't consider mobile learning or "e-learning" to exist except as a way to label a product...you're not really selling learning; you're selling performance support or training or an environment...anyway.
Just thinking this morning that we always talk about "mobile learning" from the POV of the end user - they're the ones that are mobile - I don't think I've ever seen a discussion about mobile learning from the production side. I'm just wondering if this is about still thinking about the production of "learning content" coming out of a training department and not as an organizational capability. We want to spread the capability to access content across the org but what about spreading the production of content?
That led me to thinking about where do we draw this line between collaboration - which we all give passionate lip service to as being important - I have this impression that collaboration is still seen as going only so far and then it hits the boundary of a training department and then it becomes the production of content...is that an issue of trust? Control?
More to consider here but needed more than 140 characters to get it out....