Reasons For Considering Mobile Learning

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Presentation discusses the key reasons for considering mobile learning as a part of your training mix. Also covers ways to get started with mLearning quickly.

Presentation discusses the key reasons for considering mobile learning as a part of your training mix. Also covers ways to get started with mLearning quickly.

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  • Why do this? Prove to management, get stakeholder buy-inGet some firsthand experience to influence strategy, to be prepared when you actually have the wherewithal for itMinimal exposure, maximum experience
  • Why do this? Prove to management, get stakeholder buy-inGet some firsthand experience to influence strategy, to be prepared when you actually have the wherewithal for itMinimal exposure, maximum experience
  • Why do this? Prove to management, get stakeholder buy-inGet some firsthand experience to influence strategy, to be prepared when you actually have the wherewithal for itMinimal exposure, maximum experience

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  • 1. Q: Are you doing mobile learning? – Quite a bit – A little – Thinking to start soon – No plans as of now
  • 2. State Of The Industry Mobile Learning is off to a Source: http://www.astd.org/Publications/Research-Reports/2012/2012-Mobile-Learning- Delivering-Learning-in-a-Connected-World
  • 3. State Of The Industry Despite the high correlation between learning effectiveness and market performance, over two-thirds of respondents from high-performing organizations report their organizations do not provide learning via a mobile device. „ ‟Mobile access to learning content Source: http://www.astd.org/Publications/Research-Reports/2012/2012-Mobile-Learning- Delivering-Learning-in-a-Connected-World
  • 4. State Of The Industry Source: Towards Maturity 2011-12 Benchmark: Boosting Business Agility Offering mLearning Organizations not offering mLearning 39% Organizations offering mobile learning
  • 5. State Of The Industry Top technologies to grow the fastest by 2013 Source: Towards Maturity 2011-12 Benchmark: Boosting Business Agility
  • 6. State Of The Industry Trends in use of mobile devices Source: Towards Maturity 2011-12 Benchmark: Boosting Business Agility
  • 7. State Of The Industry I absolutely think we need to give people access to material where and when they need it. It’s imperative to have a mobile learning strategy and that’s even more important with emerging generations. But I will add that when I talk to my peers who are in global companies, nobody has one. “ ”Karl-Heinz Oehler Vice President of Global Talent Management - Hertz Corporation Source: http://www.astd.org/Publications/Research-Reports/2012/2012-Mobile-Learning- Delivering-Learning-in-a-Connected-World
  • 8. The train has not yet left the station! But it soon will
  • 9. Q: Why has mobile learning adoption been slow? – Too confusing (platforms, technologies, devices) – Too costly to implement – Integration with Legacy Systems – Security Issues – How will it be measured – Any other
  • 10. Key Principles Of Mobile Learning
  • 11. 2 Key Principles Of Mobile Learning Source: http://www.mlearnopedia.com/mlearncon/ Judy Brown
  • 12. 2 Key Principles Of Mobile Learning Mobile Everything! Source: http://www.mlearnopedia.com/mlearncon/ Judy Brown
  • 13. ” 2 Key Principles Of Mobile Learning mLearning is about augmenting our learning – and our performance “
  • 14. ” 2 Key Principles Of Mobile Learning mLearning is about augmenting our learning – and our performance “Mobile Augmentation!
  • 15. 2 Key Principles Of Mobile Learning
  • 16. How about a 30 min eLearning course on electrical concepts delivered on a mobile device ? Image courtesy of Naypong / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • 17. Why Consider Mobile Learning Mobile World Changing Workplace Great Opportunity
  • 18. Why Consider Mobile Learning Mobile World Changing Workplace Great Opportunity
  • 19. Smartphones TabletsPhablets Mobile World Invasion of mobile devices
  • 20. Mobile World Source: Business Insider Global Internet Device Sales Shift in computing 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 500,000.000 1,000,000.000 1,500,000.000 2,000,000.000 2,500,000.000 3,000,000.000 UNITS YEAR
  • 21. Mobile World Source: Business Insider Global Internet Device Sales Shift in computing 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 500,000.000 1,000,000.000 1,500,000.000 2,000,000.000 2,500,000.000 3,000,000.000 UNITS YEAR
  • 22. Mobile World Source: Business Insider Global Internet Device Sales Shift in computing 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 500,000.000 1,000,000.000 1,500,000.000 2,000,000.000 2,500,000.000 3,000,000.000 UNITS YEAR We are here
  • 23. Mobile World Source: IHS iSuppli 2011 2012 20142013 2015 2016 35 46 54 67.4% % % % Imminent death of feature phones Global smartphone shipments as % of total phones shipments
  • 24. Mobile World Source: IHS iSuppli Discontinues feature phones 2011 2012 20142013 2015 2016 35 46 54 67.4% % % % Imminent death of feature phones Global smartphone shipments as % of total phones shipments
  • 25. Eric Schmidt: Smartphones to reach $70 levels in a year Mobile World Source: IHS iSuppli Discontinues feature phones 2011 2012 20142013 2015 2016 35 46 54 67.4% % % % Imminent death of feature phones Global smartphone shipments as % of total phones shipments
  • 26. Mobile World Improving bandwidths/ free Wi-Fi
  • 27. Mobile World BYOD movement has begun Source: Good Technology State of BYOD Report BYOD Support
  • 28. Mobile World Global use of mobile devices to access internet Source: Source: StatCounter Global Stats USAGE Mobile internet usage is doubling year on year 2009 2014 USAGE 2011 2013 2015 0.7% 2016 70.0 65.0 60.0 55.0 50.0 45.0 40.0 35.0 30.0 25.0 20.0 15.0 10.0 5.0 0.0 4.3% 2010 1.6% 2012 8.5%
  • 29. Mobile World Mobile first
  • 30. US: 25% Mobile World Source:http://static.lukew.com/MobileFirst_LukeW.pdf Mobile first
  • 31. Mobile World Source:http://static.lukew.com/MobileFirst_LukeW.pdf Mobile first
  • 32. Why Consider Mobile Learning Mobile World Changing Workplace Great Opportunity
  • 33. Changing Workplace Source - http://www.informl.com/2006/11/17/you-can-learn-to-be-a-star-performer/ 1986 1997 2006 75 Work is changing Percentage of the knowledge needed to memorize %
  • 34. Changing Workplace Source - http://www.informl.com/2006/11/17/you-can-learn-to-be-a-star-performer/ 1986 1997 2006 15-2075 Work is changing Percentage of the knowledge needed to memorize % %
  • 35. Changing Workplace Source - http://www.informl.com/2006/11/17/you-can-learn-to-be-a-star-performer/ 1986 1997 2006 15-2075 8-10 Work is changing Percentage of the knowledge needed to memorize % % %
  • 36. Changing Workplace Growing mobile workforce Source: IDC study, Worldwide Mobile Worker Population 2011-2015 Forecast Worldwide mobile worker population
  • 37. Changing Workplace Source: emarketer Baby boomers’ use of mobile internet
  • 38. Maps Changing Workplace Source: http://www.memory-map.co.uk/newsletter/Apple-iPhone-3GS.jpg http://www.itechnews.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/garmin-nuvi-885t-gps-navigator.jpg
  • 39. Changing Workplace NoMoPhobia
  • 40. Favor fast-paced environments, want quick promotions Want transparency – aren’t fans of traditional office rules & hierarchies 21st Century Workforce Demographics Need immediate attention – ask and get response Want Friday Dressing everyday – be themselves – and professional/personal lives overlap too Work when they want to work – not 9 to 5 as long as the work gets done Want creativity to be valued – more than money Changing Workplace Generation Y or the Millennials
  • 41. Why Consider Mobile Learning Mobile World Changing Workplace Great Opportunity
  • 42. Knowledge Acquisition 1. When learning for the first time 2. When wanting to learn more Knowledge Application 3. Trying to remember 4. When things change 5. When something goes wrong Great Opportunity Gottfredson’s 5 Moments of Learning Need
  • 43. Spacing learning events Great Opportunity Source: Spacing Learning Events Over Time: What the Research Says .Will Thalheimer, PhD
  • 44. 70:20:10 Great Opportunity Source: Demystifying 70:20:10 White Paper from Deakin Prime 20% 10% 70%
  • 45. 70:20:10 Great Opportunity Source: Demystifying 70:20:10 White Paper from Deakin Prime 20% 10% 70% Informal, on the job, experience based, stretch projects and practice
  • 46. 70:20:10 Great Opportunity Source: Demystifying 70:20:10 White Paper from Deakin Prime 20% 10% 70% Informal, on the job, experience based, stretch projects and practice Coaching, mentoring, developing through others
  • 47. 70:20:10 Great Opportunity Source: Demystifying 70:20:10 White Paper from Deakin Prime 20% 10% 70% Informal, on the job, experience based, stretch projects and practice Coaching, mentoring, developing through others Formal learning interventions and structured courses
  • 48. Informal Learning Great Opportunity Source: http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20121007002150-131079-the-corporate-lms-market-approaches-1-9- billion?goback=%2Egde_166968_member_172641105
  • 49. Great Opportunity Copyright®2011 Bersin & Associates, All rights reserved (Used with permission) Informal Learning
  • 50. Getting Started Quickly
  • 51. Getting Started Quickly • Just do it!
  • 52. Getting Started Quickly • Just do it! • Strategy can come later
  • 53. Getting Started Quickly • Before you start A clear business need A receptive audience Enabling technology
  • 54. Getting Started Quickly • Before you start A clear business need A receptive audience Enabling technology • Aim for low hanging fruits
  • 55. Getting Started Quickly Look for content that lends itself to conversion for access on mobile devices
  • 56. Getting Started Quickly Look for job situations where the provision of ‘just-in-time’ information can improve performance
  • 57. Getting Started Quickly Think about providing tools to ease job performance, not just content
  • 58. Thank You Amit Garg @gargamit100 www.upsidelearning.com www.upsidelearning.com/blog