Module 3:      DesigningExperiences for Mobile       Learners      DesigningExperiences for Mobile       Learners         ...
Mobile Learning asadding to, not replacing,        a lesson“...mLearning is not about putting e-learning courses on aphone...
Toward a Mobile    Learning ProjectTEN STEPS: (source: Ignatia De Waard)1) Define the goal of the mLearning project? Whatd...
Toward a Mobile    Learning ProjectTEN STEPS: (source: Ignatia De Waard)6) Could security be an issue? Sensitiveinformatio...
What is Your Project          Goal?What part of your overall lessonobjectives does it address?                            ...
Who Are Your       Stakeholders?Parents, community members as wellas your students?                             7
What Kind of Learner     Dynamics or     Interactions?One to Many? One to One? Many toMany (as in peer-to-peer orcollabora...
Who is Your Target       Audience?How do they like to use mobiletechnology?                                 9
Are There Security        Concerns?Who will have access to your project?                                10
What Mobile Device Will     You Target?One device only or bring your owndevice (BYOD)?                               11
How Will You Design     Your Content?Creating your own, or getting it fromthe Web?                                 12
What Strategies Will You   Use for Content       Delivery?Will you need additional mobilesupport (for example, outdoors)? ...
What is a mLearning content user allowed to          do?Has your district updated its userpolicies to reflect mobile devic...
NEXT STEPS: Create a  Draft of Your ProjectUse the project template coming up inthis module (template adapted fromIgnatia ...
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  1. 1. Module 3: DesigningExperiences for Mobile Learners DesigningExperiences for Mobile Learners 2
  2. 2. Mobile Learning asadding to, not replacing, a lesson“...mLearning is not about putting e-learning courses on aphone...mLearning is aboutaugmenting our learning.” - Clark Quinn, Instructional Designer 3
  3. 3. Toward a Mobile Learning ProjectTEN STEPS: (source: Ignatia De Waard)1) Define the goal of the mLearning project? Whatdoes it need to address?2) Get all the stakeholders involved.3) What are your planned learner dynamics?4) What is the (mobile) infrastructure like in thetarget area for your project?5) Who is your target audience? 4
  4. 4. Toward a Mobile Learning ProjectTEN STEPS: (source: Ignatia De Waard)6) Could security be an issue? Sensitiveinformation/location?7) What will be the core devices you will cater to?BYOD or not?8) How will you design the content?9) What are your strategies for mobile contentdelivery?10) What is a mLearning content user allowed to do(user policies)? 5
  5. 5. What is Your Project Goal?What part of your overall lessonobjectives does it address? 6
  6. 6. Who Are Your Stakeholders?Parents, community members as wellas your students? 7
  7. 7. What Kind of Learner Dynamics or Interactions?One to Many? One to One? Many toMany (as in peer-to-peer orcollaborative learning)? 8
  8. 8. Who is Your Target Audience?How do they like to use mobiletechnology? 9
  9. 9. Are There Security Concerns?Who will have access to your project? 10
  10. 10. What Mobile Device Will You Target?One device only or bring your owndevice (BYOD)? 11
  11. 11. How Will You Design Your Content?Creating your own, or getting it fromthe Web? 12
  12. 12. What Strategies Will You Use for Content Delivery?Will you need additional mobilesupport (for example, outdoors)? 13
  13. 13. What is a mLearning content user allowed to do?Has your district updated its userpolicies to reflect mobile device use? 14
  14. 14. NEXT STEPS: Create a Draft of Your ProjectUse the project template coming up inthis module (template adapted fromIgnatia De Waard’s “MobiMooc” class,2012) 15

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