Podcast 31 - Ten years of the iPhone: How have smartphones changed our lives?

Ten years after the introduction of the iconic iPhone, how are our lives different? Where is mobile learning today and where does it have the potential to go?

Written by Owen Ferguson
Published 07 February 2017
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Podcast 31 - Ten years of the iPhone: How have smartphones changed our lives?

Is mobile learning even the right term for what smartphones do for us?

This week on the Good Practice podcast: Justin, Owen and Jonny discuss whether our phones will continue to revolutionise our lives or leave us all completely useless idiots after the inevitable apocalypse - countered by our usual 'What I learned this week' feature!

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Owen Ferguson

Owen Ferguson

Product and Technology Director
A self-confessed nerd, Owen is passionate about taking an evidence-led approach to developing digital products that solve real-world problems. He is also a regular on our weekly podcast.

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