Cets 2014 kurtin making the most of m learning tools

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See real-world examples from actual mobile learning courses and tools, including how templates, models, and patterns can enhance the authoring tool chosen.

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Cets 2014 kurtin making the most of m learning tools

  1. 1. 1 Making the Most of mLearning Tools, Templates, Models, and Patterns Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase | August 5, 2014 © 2014 Innovative Learning Group, Inc.
  2. 2. 2 Our Story Begins 2
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  4. 4. 4 Capability These tools are best suited for displaying text or graphics, and presenting content that has no interactivity. _______________ Complexity Designed for everyone to use
  5. 5. 5 Capability These tools are best suited for displaying text or graphics, and presenting content that has no interactivity. _______________ Complexity Designed for everyone to use Capability These tools can be used to display content: • With low to medium levels of interactivity. • That is supported through the tool’s user interface without writing any code. _______________ Complexity Designed for experienced instructional designers
  6. 6. 6 Capability These tools are best suited for displaying text or graphics, and presenting content that has no interactivity. _______________ Complexity Designed for everyone to use Capability These tools can be used to display content: • With low to medium levels of interactivity. • That is supported through the tool’s user interface without writing any code. _______________ Complexity Designed for experienced instructional designers Capability These tools can be used to display content: • With medium to high levels of interactivity. • That requires writing code in a scripting language that does not need to be compiled. _______________ Complexity Designed for experienced programmers
  7. 7. 7 Capability These tools are best suited for displaying text or graphics, and presenting content that has no interactivity. _______________ Complexity Designed for everyone to use Capability These tools can be used to display content: • With low to medium levels of interactivity. • That is supported through the tool’s user interface without writing any code. _______________ Complexity Designed for experienced instructional designers Capability These tools can be used to display content: • With medium to high levels of interactivity. • That requires writing code in a scripting language that does not need to be compiled. _______________ Complexity Designed for experienced programmers Capability These tools can be used to display content: • With medium to high levels of interactivity. • That requires writing code in a scripting language that does need to be compiled. _______________ Complexity Designed for expert programmers
  8. 8. 8 Authoring Tool Categories by Capability and Complexity (Mobile Websites) 1. FORMATTING 2. AUTHORING 3. SCRIPTING 4. PROGRAMMING Lectora Publisher Adobe Dreamweaver JavaScript jQuery HTML ASP, PHP, ASP.NET Adobe Captivate Articulate Storyline
  9. 9. 9 Authoring Tool Categories by Capability and Complexity (Apps) 1. FORMATTING 2. AUTHORING 3. SCRIPTING 4. PROGRAMMING HTML5 & PhoneGap HTML5 & Titanium Adobe Flash Prezi PDF iBooks Author Brainshark Java Objective-C C#
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  13. 13. 13 Contact Information Matt Kurtin Matt Kurtin: 248.544.1568, ext. 204 matt.kurtin@innovativeLG.com Innovative Learning Group: www.innovativeLG.com @innovativeLG @mattkurtin

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