Technology is changing the way we work, educate, and communicate.
Your mobile device is where all that tech converges.
And whatever device is next will be mobile too. People will have mobile technology on them or in them everywhere they go.
It’s time to move toward an on-the-go learning design. Convert your current methods of education to mobile-friendly versions so people can learn on the go.
Browse the articles below to explore ideas about learning.
Then discover more at OnTheGoLearning.com.
Let’s talk about the 4 types of noise that mess up clear communication. (Only one small part is technical).
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Uh, you know, filler words do, like, serve a purpose
This kind of speech is often called “disfluency,” which sounds like a disease. Trust me, it is not. Filler words serve multiple purposes.
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Learning is hard work
Your brain is amazing, but sometimes it struggles to learn. Guess what—that’s normal.
The problem with the problem of biblical illiteracy
Bible literacy is important, but all the talk about “biblical illiteracy” troubles me. Let’s see if we can get to the heart of the matter.
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Too old to learn?
What would you want to learn if you found out you could actually do it?
On-The-Go Learning with Podcasts
What is on-the-go learning? How is it different than other kinds of education?
Radio 101 should focus on podcasting
If you love talking, telling stories, editing—if you love audio—you should learn how to podcast. And your school should teach you how.
What is a local podcast?
Have you ever thought about making a podcast for your community?
The MacGyver Mindset is made up of two strengths. This mindset will prevent podfading and motivate you to keep going when you face obstacles.
Rule 8 in podcasting
Can I…? Should I…? Would it be okay to…? Rule 8 in podcasting will answer almost every question you have.
Rule 7 in podcasting
Is content really king? It’s powerful, no doubt, but ineffective without this co-ruler. That’s why there’s Rule 7 in podcasting.
Rule 6 in podcasting
Don’t spend a lot of money on your new podcast until you read Rule 6 in podcasting.
Do we want it easy?
Yes! We do want it easy. Don’t we? Should we?
Rule 9 in podcasting
Do you talk about the weather in your podcast? Stop it!
Don’t waste time online
Don’t go there. Just don’t. There’s a better way!
Rule 5 in podcasting
You may avoid editing because it feels inauthentic, but you still need to edit your podcast.
Fear of mobile technology
Are you worried about making your message mobile?
Do you understand the potential of podcasts?
Podcasts can literally transform the lives of people who listen to them. And each year, more people start listening.
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The 4 parts of a mobile-friendly message
Content is not king. This is why.
Rule 4 in podcasting
Potential podcasters always ask “which microphone I buy?” Good question, but there’s something even more important.
Rule 3 in podcasting
If you’ve read Rules 1 and 2, you’re ready to start. That’s what Rule 3 is all about. Let’s go!
Rule 2 in podcasting
Have you embraced the first rule in podcasting? If yes, then you’re ready for Rule 2.
Rule 1 in podcasting
This is Rule 1 in podcasting. It’s the mindset you must embrace.
Because of massive technological disruption, our culture has changed. How we communicate will have to change, too.