Keep Yourself Entertained On The Go With These 5 Amazing Apps

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5 mobile apps I cannot live without

 

Do you like to ensure that your time is used effectively and not wasted? While waiting for a bus or for someone, do you use your mobile phone to keep yourself occupied? Do you enjoy getting inspiration from social media?

Last week, we started a blog series on “5 Mobile Apps I Cannot Live Without”  and I shared my thoughts on the mobile apps that are very important to me. Today, Sam, our content lead, is going to share with us the love-hate relationship she has with her mobile phone and the top 5 mobile apps she uses to keep herself entertained while being on the go.

Sam:

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The mobile phone – I have a love/hate relationship with it.


When you’re lost on a deserted part of the island void of people (which is increasingly rare these days) and you’re trying to find your way home, the mobile phone is a godsend.

When you’re waiting on an important text from someone who takes forever to reply you, the mobile phone never leaves your sight.

When you receive a call or a text  you don’t want to entertain but you know you must, the mobile phone is a pain in the butt. 

The mobile phone is convenient and I love it! The mobile phone is convenient and I hate it.

Here are my top 5 apps in no particular order:

WhatsApp-2.8.6 1. Whatsapp

 I think this app doesn’t require much introduction. 
 Free text messaging, funny and rude emojis! What’s not to love?

pinterest2. Pinterest

The Pinterest app is great for collecting ideas and inspirations on an aesthetically pleasing pinboard. 
I use it to get inspired by other people’s stuff. I like to follow health and fitness boards, see the insanely sculpted abs on those of other women, feel bad about my body for about 5 seconds and then proceed to chomp down on my cheeseburger guilt-free.  

YouTube-2-icon 3. Youtube

 I like viewing Youtube on my phone even when I have access to it on my laptop. Viewing movies on a smaller screen sounds  ridiculous, but its comforting somehow to me :p

I use it sometimes to learn things on the go – things like cracking open a coconut.


spotify 4. Spotify

 Spotify is a great music app that has pretty decent playlists created by the community. 
 I listen to Spotify on my daily commutes and I pretty much can’t live without it. As a suggestion though, Spotify should come  with a feature that reminds you not to leave you earphones at home. 

flappy bird 5. Flappy Bird

 The most frustrating game in the universe. Curse whoever introduced it to me! I spent an hour and a half of my life trying to  get a score higher than my friend. But it was time well-spent, because I beat her (for a whole day). 

I keep it on my phone for nostalgic reasons.
 

That’s all we have from Sam. Stay tuned for more posts on “5 Mobile Apps I Cannot Live Without” featuring my colleagues and their Must-Have mobile apps!

Using Mobile Apps to read, learn, and work on the go

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5 mobile apps I cannot live without

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Do you constantly find yourself fighting against time to keep abreast with updates in the world? Do you like to learn and stay on top of things? Do you wish to have more time to read, learn and work while you are on the go?

Last week, we started a blog series on “5 Mobile Apps I Cannot Live Without”  and I shared my thoughts on the mobile apps that are very important to me. Today, Terence, the founder of our company is going to share with us the 5 mobile apps he cannot live without and from the list of apps he uses, you can easily tell he is one who is always reading up, learning more about the industry and working on the go. Here’s what Terence has to say about the apps he uses!

1) Feedly

I subscribe to many blogs across different topics, from sales, to front-end development to marketing and server-side programming. Feedly helps me organise and read through articles quickly.

2) Evernote

After reading through all these articles, I use Evernote to organise and file away those that I think will be useful or want to keep for reference. Now that the office is also using Evernote, it lets me write short notes on articles that I think will be useful to people.

3) Gmail

All office email… Enough said.

4-5) Tie between Dropbox/Google Drive/Youtube/Base CRM/Basecamp

All the stuff I use for work.



Gosh I live such a boring life.

 

Stay tuned for more posts on “5 Mobile Apps I Cannot Live Without” featuring my colleagues and their Must-Have mobile apps!

Timely Performance Support Facilitates Work More Effectively

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techthursday Tech Thursday is a blog series where we feature industry people, corporate learners and trainers on their e-learning habits. It covers everything from the e-learning they do in their company to the one tech device they can’t live without. This Thursday, we feature KaiRu, who works at Ministry of Social and Family Development as a senior staff officer. She shares with us how on-the-job training helps her to learn most quickly and effectively, and  the extensive online resource sharing drive of training materials and professional information acts like a performance support guide which facilitates her work.  

kairuHi Kairu! Tell us a bit about yourself.

Hello, my name is Kairu. I work with the Ministry of Social and Family Development / Rehabilitation and Protection Group. My designation is Senior Staff Officer. I graduated with a social work degree. Currently, my work involves both indirect practice (programme planning) , as well as direct practice (managing cases which have been referred to the Ministry for rehabilitation and/or have protection concerns).

What kind of training do you do in your company?

Training is mainly conducted through workshops, seminars and conferences. As it is impossible for us to use the same method or way to handle different cases, a major aspect of our training is through on-the-job training and mentoring by senior officers. I hate to admit this, but we seldom do e-learning. We do, however, have a very extensive online resource sharing drive of training materials and professional information which we can access anywhere and anytime we want. The sharing drive acts like a performance support guide for me and in my opinion, this is the most effective type of “training ” as I can get access to the right kind of information at the right time. I learn most by doing, and the nature of my work makes it such that there is no “standard procedure” which I can follow, hence contextual support is just what I need. 

What do you like about the different forms of training that you have?

On-the-job training helps me to learn most quickly and effectively. Workshops are usually conducted with a smaller class size that facilitates skills based learning and discussion. I feel that these workshops facilitates in depth discussions and provides me with the opportunity to reflect about my work as well as to learn more from the other participants. I also like attending conferences and seminars as they allow me to interact with fellow professionals in the social work sector. Sometimes the speakers are from overseas and I appreciate their sharing on social work practices in their home countries. These conferences and seminars widen my perspectives and force me to evaluate our practices and  how certain practice models they are using overseas may be adapted here.

 “The sharing drive acts like a performance support guide for me and in my opinion, this is the most effective type of “training” as I can get access to the right kind of information at the right time.”

Other than the training provided by your company, do you actively seek out other ways to improve how you do your job? If yes, how do you do so?

I would love to say I do, but unfortunately my answer is no. My work is not like the typical nine-to-five kind of job and I am a firm believer of work-life balance.  Hence apart from keeping up to date with the news, I try not to do work related things once I knock off.

What kind of tech devices do you use?

I have a smart phone, my laptop and an Ipad.

What is one device you can’t live without, and why?

Definitely my phone. I use my phone for communication purposes with family and friends and keep myself updated on what’s happening in the society. When I commute, I use my phone to surf the internet, look at social media platforms like Pinterest, Instagram and Facebook.

“I learn most by doing and the nature of my work makes it such that there is no “standard procedure” which I can follow, hence contextual support is just what I need. “

What is the one technology tool that has helped you a lot in learning? Why?  I have to say it is computers and laptops. When I was much younger and there was no computer, sharing of information was very limited. To know what’s happening around the world, we have to either watch the news on TV or listen to the news at specific timing or read the newspapers. Now, we can easily surf the Internet for news and information anytime, click on links after links for varied reports and details, copy and paste the information with just a few clicks. Computers and laptops also allow me to do my work effectively and quickly.  

5 Mobile Apps I Cannot Live Without

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Before I even talk about mobile apps, let me first say this,”  I don’t think I can live without my Iphone.”  Yes, it wasn’t that long ago when the only use of mobile phones was to call someone. (Can you imagine that I grew up using alpha-numeric pagers!) But now that I have gotten so used to having a Iphone everywhere I go, (with 3G data of course), it is totally impossible to rewind time and live without my Iphone.

In the next few weeks or so, I will be doing a series on “5 Mobile Apps I Cannot Live Without”, featuring a couple of my colleagues and their Must-Have mobile apps. But first up, here’s a round up of my own!

1. WhatsApp

I have forgotten the last time I used my mobile phone to call someone or to send a SMS. These days, whenever I need to contact family members or friends, I use WhatsApp.  Emojis, group chats, oh how I love them. Though I must say, sometimes the group chats kind of go crazy. There was once after I watched a 2 hour long movie, there were 217 notifications on my WhatsApp! The power (and horror) of group chats. Which is why even though there are many other apps like Line, Viber, Wechat, I refuse to download them and make myself busier.

2. Instagram

Friends who know me will tell you that I am a crazy addict of Instagram. I check it way too often, using it to learn about new cafes, find new places to take pictures and get hyped up over other people’s travel photos. I treat it as a personal challenge to notice the little things around me, take pictures of them and share it on Instagram. Every “like” on my photo makes my heart skip a beat!

3. Swarm and Foursquare

Recently, I like to explore places, be it in Singapore or overseas. The app that I rely heavily on while exploring used to be Foursquare (It has recently spun into two apps, Swarm for checking in to places and Foursquare for exploring and finding places). Now I use Swarm for checking in to places, just to keep track of where I go, and Foursquare to refer to my lists. Before I knew about Foursquare, everytime I was planning to travel overseas, I would dig up past magazines and books I read previously to try and research about the places, zakka shops and cafes which I would like to visit. Foursquare makes it so much easier by allowing me to save the places in a list and refer to it when necessary. These days, when I read about an interesting place, I will simply dig out my phone and save it on my Foursquare list. The app also allows people to leave tips about the place, and if you are unfamiliar with the location, you can click on the directions tab to redirect to Apple Maps or Google Maps.

 4. Twitter

I use Twitter to catch up on news and happenings. I follow the local and overseas news accounts, read the concise headlines on my timeline ( Yay to 140 characters!), decides whether it’s interesting enough for me to want to read up more, before clicking into the link to read the full coverage, or not. Twitter also acts as my ranting outlet, which is why I don’t have friends on my Twitter  account.

5. Safari

I use Safari to check gym exercise schedules, access online stores, google whenever I am in doubt. Don’t think I need to elaborate much about this App!

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Finally, do stay tuned for our blog series on “5 Mobile Apps I Cannot Live Without”, and feel free to leave your comments and share with us what are some of the mobile apps you absolutely love!

6 Mobile Marketing Statistics and mLearning

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Most of us shop online from time to time, perhaps a little more frequently than our bank accounts would prefer. But what you may not have noticed is this: when was the last time you purchased something using a desktop or laptop? Or were you busy shopping away on your mobile devices like smartphones or tablets, while you were commuting, eating or waiting for someone? We recently read an article online on mobile marketing statistics and that got us to ponder over what the statistics mentioned means for mLearning and how similar the trends of the retail industry is to mLearning!

Mobile Marketing Statistics 1: 75% of Americans admit to bringing their phone to the bathroom.

What it means for mLearning: Imagine the amount of extra learning time we can make use of while doing our “businesses” in the bathroom!

Mobile Marketing Statistics 240% of shoppers consult 3 or more channels (often while shopping) before making a purchase.

How it is similar to mLearning: Mobile learners are used to using search engines for obtaining the correct information. Unless the information is provided by a reliable source like the employee’s company or a government statutory board, most mobile learners tend to counter check the reliability of the source before quoting the information or using the solution provided.

Mobile Marketing Statistics 3: 4 out of 5 consumers use smartphones to shop

How it is similar to mLearning: In the infographic we shared in our earlier post, by 2015, 80% of people accessing the internet will be doing so from mobile devices. Mobile learners study 40 minutes more by studying everywhere they go on their mobile devices. If we were to support employees with mobile learning platforms to facilitate their work, it will definitely speed up their work processes.

Mobile Marketing Statistics 4: By 2014 mobile is predicted to overtake Internet usage.

What it means for mLearning: Organisations are looking at providing performance support on mobile platforms as the need for employers to help their employees sieve through the avalanche of information on the go increases. Similar to consumers using their mobile devices to research on the product online while browsing in store, if we are able to provide workers the performance support they require on mobile devices, they will be able to use their mobile devices to research about product information or solutions while being on the go at work.

Mobile Marketing Statistics 5: 70% of mobile searches lead to online action (usually purchases) within an hour.

How it is similar to mLearning:  In the case of performance support for workers, they normally search with a specific intent of learning in mind, or require a solution to a problem they encounter. Hence, mobile learning supports business optimization and timely professional development for the workers.

Mobile Marketing Statistics 6: 78% of retailers plan to invest in mobile 

What it means for mLearning:  We will be welcoming the millennials to the workforce in a couple of years’ time. They grew up with technology, uses search engines to obtain information, likes to create, collaborates and share information on social platforms. In order to develop them professionally and effectively, mlearning should be the strategic way to engage them.

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Therefore at Epiphany, we believe it is time for organizations and businesses to invest in mlearning for their employees. What do you think? Feel free to leave a comment and share your thoughts with us!

 

Multitude of Training Opportunities for Professional Development

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Tech Thursday is a blog series where we feature industry people, corporate learners and trainers on their e-learning habits. It covers everything from the e-learning they do in their company to the one tech device they can’t live without. This Thursday, we feature Weihao, who is a Senior Client Service Representative in a financial services company. He shares with us the multitude of training opportunities his company provides for them and how his company values talent and develops them by spending time and resources on flying trainers from other countries to hold training sessions for the staff.

Tell us a bit about yourself. Where do you work at and what is your designation?

I am Weihao. I graduated with a Bachelor of Business (Economics & Finance) from RMIT. I am currently working in a financial services company as a Senior Client Service Representative.

What kind of training do you do in your company?

My company offers a multitude of training opportunities and I appreciate that. The training opportunities range from on the job training, WebEx training (live or on demand training), to dedicated on site trainers and e-learning modules that staff can take. All staff are also required to complete a certain number of hours of training per year.

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“My company offers a multitude of training opportunities and I appreciate that. The training opportunities range from on the job training, WebEx training (live or on demand training), to dedicated on site trainers and e-learning modules that staff can take.”

 

How do you usually go through training?

I am fortunate to be in a company that values talent and is willing to spend time and resources on us to help develop us professionally. The company will frequently fly trainers from around the world to conduct face to face training sessions for us. These trainings are usually geared towards teaching soft skills such as how to handle difficult clients. We have also recently added a trainer to be located on site in our Singapore Office and that would allow for more trainings to be conducted.

For e-learning modules, we can simply log in to our company’s intranet to subscribe to the modules and take them any time we want. The modules cover a spectrum of content including both hard skills and soft skills. There is usually an assessment conducted at the end of the module to assess our understanding of the session.

There are also WebEx knowledge sharing sessions conducted by both internal or external parties for us to keep abreast of developments within the financial industry. The Q&A sessions at the end are always great opportunities for us to ask questions to deepen our understanding.

Lastly, seniors and team leaders will also conduct on the job training from time to time to impart their experience and knowledge to the junior partners.

 

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“I am fortunate to be in a company that values talent and is willing to spend time and resources on us to help develop us professionally.”

 

What do you like about the different forms of training that you have?

The training methods are varied and training focuses on both hard skills and soft skills.

Other than the training provided by your company, do you actively seek out other ways to improve how you do your job? If yes, how do you do so?

I actively follow financial news through news sources such as Bloomberg or Business Times. My company also offers free online subscriptions to various financial news providers which we can access at our leisure.

What kind of tech devices do you use?

I have a smartphone.

What is one device you can’t live without, and why?

My smartphone. I use it to stay in touch with the news.

What is the one technology tool that has helped you a lot in learning? Why?

The internet. All sorts of information and knowledge are now conveniently available at the click of a button.

How to Use Videos In Performance Support

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We have shared  how performance support complements training and supports a worker in his work, in one of our previous posts two months ago “Performance Support: More than Just Training“. We know that in order for performance support to be effective, the materials or resources should be convenient and informative, ie: helps the worker  apply a skill, solve a problem or change performance practises, in the shortest possible way. Here at Epiphany, we thought of one possible way to achieve that target. Using videos.

Benefits of using Videos in Performance Support

1. Videos accommodate different learning styles

According to Howard Gardner and his theory of multiple intelligence, “all human beings possess the capacity to develop the several intelligences”. (see “A Beginner’s Guide to the Theory of Multiple Intelligences (MI)” ) There are  8 categories of abilities are musical–rhythmic, visual–spatial, verbal–linguistic, logical–mathematical, bodily–kinaesthetic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalistic. Videos provide a sensory experience that engage and stimulate learners of varying intelligences. Using sight and sound, videos are perfect for auditory or visual learners and aids retention.

2. Just-in-time support.

Performance support is embedded in the work process and more often than not, it is usually used simultaneously with the task or challenge at hand. Hence, it is essential for the employees to be able to obtain the necessary information almost instantaneously when required. Videos can be played back, paused or stopped when necessary and is able to condense large amounts of information in short spurts.

3. Greater flexibility

Videos can be burnt onto a DVD disc, copied onto a USB thumbdrive or hosted on the internet which can be easily accessed from smartphones or mobile devices. This makes the performance support adaptable to the needs of the employees or the company. The content can also be accessed any time when required.

So How Can We Use Videos in Performance Support?

1. Demonstrational Videos

Capturing the nuances of a step by step process in the form of a video would be most effective for the operation of machineries or complicated processes in the workflow. Such videos usually involve complicated work processes or act as a guide to the use of machines or equipment  and the employees can use the videos for better understanding or operational guidelines.

2. Product or Service Information

Videos of products can be made and saved in an online module for the employees to refer to when necessary. The videos will be able to provide the employees with thorough and concise information of the products or services and help equip the employees with the  product or service knowledge.

3. Case Studies

Videos of case studies can be made to allow the employees to model after or find a solution to the problem or issue faced at work. The realistic nature of such videos will allow the employees to find quick solutions to their work issues.

4. Best Practices, Innovations, Ideas

Collaborative learning among peers can be enhanced when the employees are filmed for best practices, innovations or ideas. The online module can consist of videos of how various employees solve a similar problem or practices that the company would like to encourage.

5. Meetings, Conferences or Briefings.

Companies can consider editing videos of important conferences, meetings, briefings or training sessions down to the key messages and save them in a short online module. This will help translate strategic initiatives into bite sized content which the employees can revisit whenever necessary.

 

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EDLE

We mentioned a couple of times above how the videos made can be stored and saved in an online module for quick reference by the employees. We would like to take some time to introduce EDLE again, the mobile learning platform which has taken us months to research, plan and program. EDLE allows organisations to build courses and performance support modules in a fast and effective way through its easy user-interface. Now, anyone and not just the L&D department can build these courses.

Sign up for a free EDLE trial now!

 

If you have any other ways in which companies are using videos in performance support, do share with us in the comments below!

 

Snapchat, Traces and mLearning?

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Snapchat

A couple of days ago, we read online that Snapchat has become the third leading social network in America, trailing after Facebook and Instagram. In case you are wondering what Snapchat is, it is basically a mobile app which allows the users to take videos and pictures, add text or draw onto the pictures or videos before sending it to their families and friends. The pictures or videos will eventually self destruct and yes, the receiver will only get to view the videos or pictures from 1 to 10 seconds, before its gone forever.

So we wonder, what’s the hype about it? We understand that most users find it a fun and interesting way to share private pictures and videos with friends on a social media platform.

Here at Epiphany, we can’t help but notice the similarity in Snapchat, Traces and mLearning. Collaboration and sharing of information between users on a social media platform, constantly on the go, customised content, all too familiar isn’t it?

So we started to wonder, can we use it for mlearning? Can we send pictures or videos as quizzes or part of the assessment where learners will have to commit the content down to memory before the pictures and videos are gone? How about sending confidential information in the form of infographics for employees to learn on the go. We feel that the time availability of the pictures or videos forces one to commit the information to memory quickly, forcing the learner to be focused, target oriented and efficient. The collaborative and sharing nature of the app, need we say more?

 

Traces

source: wired.co.uk

Traces

Traces is a new app which is only available in the UK where the sender can create a digital message or present for their chosen person. It can be in the form of a text, music, images, videos, tickets, vouchers or a combination of them. The catch is that the receiver can only unlock the message if they are in the right location at the stipulated time decided by the sender.

The whole idea of Traces, is for the receiver to embark on a journey of discovery, almost like a digitised treasure hunt, as they have to try to find the correct location of where their message is waiting for them. Only when they are in the right location, will they be able to view the message intended for them.

So how can we use Traces for mlearning? Can we tap on the collaborative nature of the app to encourage collaboration between employees, perhaps even product information exchange? Can we design a “learning journey” for employees to understand more of the various locations/outlets of their company? Can we engage learners by creating a treasure hunt for them that they can only unlock a special piece of information only if they are at a right place?

 

The possibilities seem endless, and the mere thought of them is getting us very excited too!

Do you have any ideas how we might be able to use Snapchat or Traces for mlearning? Leave your comments and share with us!

 

Customised Professional Development

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Tech Thursday is a blog series where we feature industry people, corporate learners and trainers on their e-learning habits. It covers everything from the e-learning they do in their company to the one tech device they can’t live without. This thursday, we feature Jean, who used to teach in a primary school and was Information Communications Technology (ICT) Level Head for her school. She shares with us the training programmes for the teachers, and how in the school environment, teaching and learning takes place not just for the students, but for teachers as well.

Tell us a bit about yourself. Where do you work at and what is your designation?

I am Jean, I was a teacher for 5 years and have recently left the service. I graduated with a honours degree in Bachelor of Arts, specialising in Chinese Language and Literature  from the Nanyang Technology University. Before I left the service, I was the Information Communications Technology (ICT) Level Head for my school, and was championing programs to facilitate learning emphasizing on 21st century competency skills like self directed learning and collaborative learning.

What kind of training do you do in your school?

Firstly, we normally call it professional development rather than training. As most teachers would have already went through either a diploma or bachelor’s programme with National Institute of Education (NIE), we will just have a short induction program for new staff when they first join the school. Secondly, we also have workshops, professional sharing sessions and e-learning sessions where we will cover mainly pedagogical content,skills or techniques. Last but not least, we have tons of on-the-job training, via the mentoring by seniors and supervising officers.

How do you usually go through training?

For new teachers, there are a couple of compulsory courses which they have to attend, either in the forms of workshops or e- learning sessions. Subsequently, for teachers’ own professional learning development, teachers can choose the type of courses they would like to attend in a year, ranging from pedagogical content to classroom management strategies to children’s cognitive development.

I appreciate the fact that there is a certain amount of flexibility for us to choose the type of courses we would like to attend instead of being dictated by our supervisors. In this way the learning is more customised and I’m more motivated to learn and be trained in what I feel is lacking in myself or simply something I’m more interested in.

For e-learning sessions, they are normally done  on an interactive learning platform where there will be case studies and continual assessments along the way. At the end, there will be a final quiz assessing the learning.

On-the-job training is essentially where most of our professional development takes place. Personally, I benefit most from going to other teachers’ classrooms to observe their lessons as well as when we have professional learning teams. Usually the teachers teaching the same level will come together to identify a gap in the children’s learning and design a lesson package or come up with various strategies to bridge that gap. There is a mentoring program in my school where teachers of varying teaching experiences are allocated  “mentoring” periods to observe each others’ classes. A more senior teacher may be observing a younger teacher in terms of how he/she  integrates various web 2.0 mobile platforms in our curriculum and a younger officer may be learning from the senior teacher in terms of pedagogical content and teaching strategies.

What do you like about the different forms of training that you have?

I appreciate the fact that there are various modes of professional development for teachers. Teacher led workshops normally share very realistic examples and knowledge as “only a teacher will understand another teacher”. Conferences where experts from different countries or different fields come together are very rich in knowledge and content. E-learning on interactive platforms suits the nature of our job, allowing us to go through the learning at our preferred time and pace.

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Other than the training provided by your school, do you actively seek out other ways to improve how you do your job? If yes, how do you do so?

I try to read newspapers daily to keep abreast of what’s happening locally and internationally. I’m quite active on social media and follow education, technology and psychology related articles,journals and accounts closely. I attend theatre and drama plays, visit the museums, and sign up for external courses which I feel will help me improve on my job.

What kind of tech devices do you use?

I own a laptop, an Ipad and an Iphone.

What is one device you can’t live without, and why?

I definitely cannot do without my Iphone. These days I rely on Google Maps to navigate around, access work and personal emails, jot down whatever ideas I have for work while I’m on the go, check my social media accounts like Twitter, Instagram, Swarm and Facebook for timely updates and of course communicate with co workers, friends and family on What’s app.

What is the one technology tool that has helped you a lot in learning? Why?

Definitely Mr Google. I have lost track of the number of times I found myself stuck at work or faced with a challenge and my immediate action would be to google for solutions or answers. Although it is important to be able to sieve through the large amount of information for accurate information, Mr Google has definitely been my “go-to-person” whenever I’m in need.

The Future of Learning is Mobile

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Over the month, we’ve been working on EDLE, our mobile learning solution for organisations. Passion, for our team, goes way over the radar when it comes to discussing about how mLearning can make such a difference in business optimisation in organisation. So we decided to come up with an infographic to help explain why!

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If you like what we created, feel free to post it up on your own blog or share it! Remember to credit us at http://epiphanyedu.com. Do also share with us your thoughts and comments on mobile learning!