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Key Decisions To Make In Implementing Mobile Learning

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Learn the crucial points to consider before adopting Mobile Learning (mLearning) & the steps to take to ensure effective Mobile Learning Implementation.

Learn the crucial points to consider before adopting Mobile Learning (mLearning) & the steps to take to ensure effective Mobile Learning Implementation.

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  • Create a collage using the following keywords:Native app? Mobile web? Flash? HTML5?Authoring tools? Performance support? Tablets? Platforms? Audio? Video? Games? Social? SCORM? LMS? Bandwidth? Data plans? BYOD?
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  • Images of:Mp3players, Audience Response Systems, Gaming Consoles, eReaders
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    • 1. Amit Garg@gargamit100
    • 2. Upside Learning8+ years in eLearning150+ clients in 13 countriesOur offeringsUpsideLMS | Upside2Go | Custom Learning Solutions28 awards & recognitions
    • 3. Upside Learning Upside Learning Solutions blog www.upsidelearning.com/blog eBooks and Whitepapers • Mobile Learning • Learning Management Systems • Game-based Learning Research endeavors • ASTD Research • Brandon Hall Group • Towards Maturity
    • 4. Understanding Mobile LearningSource: http://www.mlearnopedia.com/mlearncon/
    • 5. Understanding Mobile LearningSource: http://www.mlearnopedia.com/mlearncon/
    • 6. Understanding Mobile Learning“ mLearning is about augmenting our ” learning – and our performance - Clark QuinnSource: Designing mLearning: Tapping Into the Mobile Revolution for Organizational Performance
    • 7. Understanding Mobile Learning“ mLearning is about augmenting our ” learning – and our performance Clark QuinnSource: Designing mLearning: Tapping Into the Mobile Revolution for Organizational Performance
    • 8. 1. Need For Mobile LearningNo Escaping Mobile Learning• A growing mobile workforce• Shift in computing• Personal behavior patterns changing• 21st century workforce• When do we actually learn?• Doing more with less View Webinar Recording
    • 9. 1. Need For Mobile Learning• What’s the real need?• What do you wish to achieve?
    • 10. 2. Assess Readiness• Audience profile – ease with mobile phones• Management buy-in• Culture – sharing, commenting• Learning strategy fit
    • 11. 3. Devices & Platforms To SupportFeature Phones Smart Phones Tablets
    • 12. 3. Devices & Platforms To Support Mp3 Players Audience Gaming eReaders Response Systems Consoles
    • 13. 3. Devices & Platforms To Support• Eric Schmidt - $70 Android smartphones• Huawei IDEOS - $80 smartphones• Beetel (Airtel) - < $200 tablet• Sony – phasing out feature phones
    • 14. 3. Devices & Platforms To Support Smart Phones Tablets
    • 15. 3. Devices & Platforms To Support
    • 16. 3. Devices & Platforms To Support• Ecosystem – align with one or more or none• BYOD – Bring Your Own Device
    • 17. 4. Technology Bits• Native app or mobile web• Flash vs HTML5 (eLearning is not mLearning)• Authoring tools (develop once, deliver everywhere)• LMS integration/unification (SCORM, TIN CAN)• Build vs outsource
    • 18. 5. Context Drives Content What kind of content will work here?Photo credit : timothyagee.com
    • 19. 5. Context Drives Content• Learner’s context – Performance support nuggets / videos – One hand operated/voice driven• Think different (out of the course) – Not eLearning  mLearning
    • 20. 6. Security Concerns Connecting Soldiers to Digital Applications “The Army is pursuing a solution that sidesteps the security issue in a sense, one that ensures that these consumer smartphones access data without storing it. This way, if a device winds up in the wrong hands, it cannot be hacked into and exploited”.Source: http://www.arcic.army.mil/connecting-soldiers-to-digital-applications.html
    • 21. 6. Security Concerns• Login password protection• Data encryption• MDMs/ MAMs – remote erase• Mobile security policy
    • 22. Final Thoughts mLearning Strategy is a ‘Moving Target’ ‘Just do it’Photo Credit Images.com/Corbis
    • 23. To Summarize• Think mobile augmentation• Identify the real need• Ensure readiness• Devices & platforms to support• Technology bits• Context drives content• Security• It’s a ‘Moving Target’ - ‘Just do it’
    • 24. Free ResourceseBook Whitepaper Webinar No Escaping Mobile LearningDownload Download View Recording
    • 25. Thank You!amitgarg@upsidelearning.comwww.upsidelearning.com/blog@gargamit100

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