National Survey of Mobile Learning in Canada

National Survey of Mobile Learning in Canada – George Brown College needs your feedback, click:

The accelerating rate of adoption of mobile devices worldwide (5.3 billion mobile subscriptions globally) and the latest mobile technology developments have changed the way we work and learn. The penetration of mobile devices into our everyday lives has led to sustainable change to how, when and where we learn, access information and communicate with others.

How is Canada and Canadian organizations holding up to the trend? Do Canadian employers provide training and performance support through the innovative mobile technologies? What are the mobile learning trends across Canadian companies, organizations and educational institutions? Athabasca University is currently conducting a state of mobile learning survey to determine how Canada is positioned in the area of mobile learning and what Canada should do to become one of the global leaders in this field. This research project surveys organizations in Canada on their implementation of mobile learning in education and training, including any formal learning, performance support, professional development or informal learning activities. Feedback from Canadian organizations is critical for the results of this national study, hence we are asking for your reflection on the state of mobile learning in your organization.

You are invited to participate in this research project conducted by Dr. Mohamed Ally and Aga Palalas from Athabasca University. It should not take more than 15 minutes of your time. Please complete the online survey by April 28, 2011.

Your participation is entirely voluntary and you are free to withdraw from the study at any time, and/or refrain from answering any questions you prefer to omit, without prejudice or consequence. Your consent to participate in the survey will be indicated by your completion of the survey and its submission online. Your individual responses will be held confidential and anonymous.

Please use the link below to complete the survey.


Posted on April 23, 2011, in Mobile Research and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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