The innovation is the paradigm shift from conventional thought of content or knowledge transfer in higher education to designing learning from the mobile student experience. To do this, we had to reimagine the learning experience from a mobile student lens. We reimagined learning and learning design from a mobile learning perspective and then worked backward to find and create tools to fit the learning experience. We used multiple tools, theories, concepts, and strategies to create a learning experience that fosters a sense of connectedness and better student outcomes. Interestingly enough, we found that both a sense of connectedness and technology use interweave with better outcomes and the intrinsic motivation to learn.

Tags: Digitalisation, Education

George Hanshaw

Los Angeles Pacific University

George Hanshaw is currently the Director of eLearning operations for Los Angeles Pacific University in San Dimas, CA. In his position, George applies his research in eLearning and, most notably, mobile or mLearning. George is leading the way in research around designing the mobile learning experience. The key is to change the paradigm from knowledge or content transfer to how the mobile student consumes the content and creates a greater sense of connectedness while achieving greater outcomes.

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