This complete version of the ADL Mobile Learning Handbook is under continual development by ADL. There is also a mobile version for demonstration purposes only and to showcase cross-platform interoperability using mobile web standards.
The purpose of the Mobile Learning Handbook is to provide a universal mobile resource on all topics pertinent to mobile learning. ADL will be adding additional content using various mobile authoring tools and welcomes the opportunity to work with all mobile vendors. ADL cannot endorse specific tools, but would like to work with all who are interested in enhancing this mobile resource. Please contact ADL about collaborating or to provide feedback or ask questions at email@example.com.
ADL mLearning Handbook is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.
To provide access to the highest quality education and training that can be tailored to individual needs and delivered cost effectively, anywhere and anytime.
The Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative is a collaborative effort to harness the power of information technologies to deliver high quality, easily accessible, adaptable, and cost-effective education and training. ADL uses structured and collaborative methods to convene multi-national groups from industry, academia, and government who help to define the specifications and standards for the learning industry and then develop tools and content to those standards.
ADL is sponsored by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness (OUSD P&R). This is an official app of the U.S. Government Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative.
Note: ADL does not endorse any products mentioned in this handbook. Specific devices and applications are provided for informational purposes only to help introduce the concepts related to mobile development for learning or human performance support.