emerging learning
concepts & examples
The Cloud    What’s in the cloud?    • Applications:        • Monitoring, Content, Collaboration,           Communication,...
The Cloud    Educational purposes::     Developing     Collaborating     Hosting     Managing
The Cloud    Technical and/or soft skill?     Anything eLearning can do, it can do.     Anything ILT can do, it can do
The Cloud    • Pros: Accessibility, Version Control,      Evolving    • Cons: Performance, Security, Features,      Evolving
Example of a cloud-based application: Claro is a cloud-based authoring tool designed   to facilitate cloud-based collabor...
Social LearningCharacteristics: Decentralized approach Relies on shared knowledge & experience to build new  knowledge (...
Social LearningEducational purposes: Highly personalized learning experiences Limitless collaboration (across time, spac...
Social LearningTechnical & Soft Skill• Collaborative courseware• User Groups, Learning Communities
Social LearningPros: More then scalable, fluid Embowers learners (not only to learn but to help and teach)Cons: We don’...
How other companies are using social learning: Topyx is a “Social LMS” Cloud-based collaboration for students and  desig...
mLearningBasic definition:• Any training delivered via cell phone or tablet• Any form of instructional design can be   rep...
mLearningEducational purposes (technical)• Performance Support• On-site/Out of officeEducational purposes (soft skills)• P...
mLearningPros• Portable• Accessible• PersonalCons• Smaller screen size• Multiple platforms can mean multiple versions to  ...
mLearning• HTML5 is an increasingly popular  choice for developing cross-platform  eLearning with particular emphasis  on ...
HTML5-based mLearning examples          http://ow.ly/aLDDe
eMerging eLearning - 3 fundamental trends shaping learning.
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eMerging eLearning - 3 fundamental trends shaping learning.

  1. 1. emerging learning
  2. 2. concepts & examples
  3. 3. The Cloud What’s in the cloud? • Applications: • Monitoring, Content, Collaboration, Communication, Finance • Platforms: • Object Storage, Identity, Database • Infrastructures: • Computer, Block Storage, Network
  4. 4. The Cloud Educational purposes::  Developing  Collaborating  Hosting  Managing
  5. 5. The Cloud Technical and/or soft skill?  Anything eLearning can do, it can do.  Anything ILT can do, it can do
  6. 6. The Cloud • Pros: Accessibility, Version Control, Evolving • Cons: Performance, Security, Features, Evolving
  7. 7. Example of a cloud-based application: Claro is a cloud-based authoring tool designed to facilitate cloud-based collaboration Other features:  Rapid Authoring  GUI = PPT/Lectora hybrid  Cross-platform publishing
  8. 8. Social LearningCharacteristics: Decentralized approach Relies on shared knowledge & experience to build new knowledge (wherein the whole greater than then sum) Open-ended & Informal experience
  9. 9. Social LearningEducational purposes: Highly personalized learning experiences Limitless collaboration (across time, space, culture) Build community and solidarity Multiple roles
  10. 10. Social LearningTechnical & Soft Skill• Collaborative courseware• User Groups, Learning Communities
  11. 11. Social LearningPros: More then scalable, fluid Embowers learners (not only to learn but to help and teach)Cons: We don’t know how to manage (fluid)? Validity of data
  12. 12. How other companies are using social learning: Topyx is a “Social LMS” Cloud-based collaboration for students and designers/facilitators/admins Embedded learning communities (again for students and designers/facilitators/admins) Integrate Social Media Tools such as: Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter
  13. 13. mLearningBasic definition:• Any training delivered via cell phone or tablet• Any form of instructional design can be repurposed for a mobile device (just not as a 1:1 conversion)
  14. 14. mLearningEducational purposes (technical)• Performance Support• On-site/Out of officeEducational purposes (soft skills)• Personal Learning Environment• Learning community
  15. 15. mLearningPros• Portable• Accessible• PersonalCons• Smaller screen size• Multiple platforms can mean multiple versions to build & manage
  16. 16. mLearning• HTML5 is an increasingly popular choice for developing cross-platform eLearning with particular emphasis on mLearning.• Content developed via HTML5 can be played on an Android phone, Blackbrerry phone, iPad, iPhone, PC or Mac computer.
  17. 17. HTML5-based mLearning examples http://ow.ly/aLDDe

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