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Tribal’s Mobile Learning for Professionals

Tribal

Tribal is an education support services company that has provided market-leading learning and development solutions for over 20 years.
We offer a unique combination of technology, service delivery and advisory solutions.
We work with some of the world's largest organizations across five continents.
Our services include producing world-leading software, supporting adult learning and careers development and delivering school inspections and improvement service
http://www.tribalgroup.com http://www.triballabs.net

The M-Learning Platform

An overview and demonstration of the m-learning platform relating to the distribution of learning content to mobile devices.  This will include: - The structure and creation of "Formal Learning" content. - Packaging and uploading "Informal Learning" content. - Content types such as Video, Podcast and eBooks. For developers, creating mobile apps and communicating with the m-learning platform via an open API.  This will include: - High level description of the RestFul API. - Future development in this area to make mobile app development easier - Mobile SDK. - Using the published open source codebase (OMLET) as a starting point.

The M-Learning Platform - Materials and resources

Presentation: Layers - HANDI http://www.mole-project.net https://github.com/tribal-mlearning http://omlet.m-learning.net/docs

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One Response to “Tribal’s Mobile Learning for Professionals”

  1. jeff bennett March 10, 2015 at 20:51 #

    Hi, Was looking at Omlet and noticed the link above is not valid for the docs:

    http://omlet.m-learning.net/docs

    Is Omelt an active project. Was also looking at Maslo and it looked promising but not sure it is being actively used.

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