M-Workplace Learning @ ITC-ILO - Design Thinking for Mobile Learning Interventions at Work

  title={M-Workplace Learning @ ITC-ILO - Design Thinking for Mobile Learning Interventions at Work},
  author={Alessia Messuti and Tom Wambeke and Marco Kalz and Barbara Bruschi},
The paper describes an applied research project intended to facilitate the learning at/for work of learning and development professionals through mobile learning. In particular, the audience was narrowed to professionals of the International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization, a UN agency based in Turin, Italy. The methodology adopted moved beyond the traditional instructional design towards design thinking, which takes into account five phases (discovery, interpretation… 

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