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eLearning DevLearn 2009 | Session 114

eLearning DevLearn 2009 | Session 114
Presenters: Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett

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    Delivering Low Cost Mobile Learning | #dl09 Delivering Low Cost Mobile Learning | #dl09 Presentation Transcript

    • Mobile Learning Finally learning that can keep up with me! copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Welcome! The New Computer copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • A few statistics to consider… copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • "There are over one billion people in emerging markets who will never access the Internet using a PC.” -- Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen, on stage at CTIA, September 2008 copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • "Most new internet users will be in developing countries and will use mobile phones." --The Economist, September 2008 copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Are You Ready for Mobile Learning? copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Today’s Student is Mobile copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Are you ready for your new audience? copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Your New Audience? Meet Lisa 21 yrs old (millennial) Friends - Social Networks School – Blogs, wikis Her office – Mobile device …just graduated. Lisa is now looking for a job perhaps at your company 80 Million Millennials First Generation raised on Intranet Born between 1976 and late as 2000 copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • How do we reach them? copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Training Learning Informal Social (Tribal) Learning 2.0 Mobile copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Learning 1.0 Learning 2.0 Performance Support Formal Training Delivery Just in time learning Training Steps Deeper Practice Demos Reference Deeper Practice / Demos Reference Steps Training Learner Learner copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Learning 2.0 • WBT, ILT, Virtual Class • Blogs, Wikis, Forums • Top-Down, Push • Self-Service, Pull • Centralized Content • User-Generated Content • Taxonomies • Tags • Company Experts • Community Experts • Scheduled and Planned • Real-Time, On-Demand • Localized Search • Google-Like Search copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett Credit Learning Cafe
    • Mobile learning offers Accessibility Availability Adaptability copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Got tools? Basic features Instant messaging Email Internet browsing Search Phone copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Applications copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • What are we doing? copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Current Mobile Delivery Activities  Blending low cost mobile learning into current training:  Pre-Training (build excitement)  Post-Training Support (Reference)  Focusing on Two Platforms  BlackBerry  Android copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • XHTML Mobile 1.0 Tools: Adobe Dreamweaver, Notepad copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Mobile Images Tools: Adobe Fireworks, PhotoShop .gif .jpg Design Considerations: Minimize visual noise Utilize color and focal point copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Mobile Video Tools: QuickTime Pro, Oxelon Media .3gp Design Considerations: Minimal movement, tight shots Using Frame by frame with audio instead Consider using still images with audio copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Mobile Audio Tools: Audacity, Adobe Soundbooth, GarageBand .mp3 Design Considerations: Minimize layers of audio (i.e. music VS. narration) Keep it short and to the point, use a script copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Where are we going? copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Our next steps…  Trying out enterprise-wide solution vendor demos Chalk (RIM) // BlackBerry only OnPoint // currently 10 person pilot on personal devices. (Android, Blackberry and Windows. Piloting the Yammer micro-blogging platform internally.  Working toward mobile strategy Communications and Training partnership Testing SharePoint mobile content. Defining mobile requirements for LMS  Accept that learners are using external resources Learners are already using mobile resources (YouTube) How can we enable and leverage? copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Things to consider Are there any legal, HR or other policies to consider? What needs to be mobile and why? What value will it add to the user? Where does it fit with current training? Strip away anything that doesn’t support these goals. Test early, test often! Does your LMS vendor have mobile coming? copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Event Concept Product Harnessing Citizen Journalism copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Uncover the Hidden Talent User Generated Mobile Content Traditional Learning Innovative Learning One Way (Push) Two Way (Sharing) copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • UGC Moving Parts People (Learners drive) User contest around best practices Event or Interview Testimony Feedback Way to capture the video Way to deliver the video Video Library on your intranet (download or stream) Push to mobile devices Feedback mechanism copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Selling to Leadership Include mobile offerings as optional. Pilot, Pilot, Pilot!!! Test, Test, Test!!! Survey and research current infrastructure. copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Jeff Tillett Jeff@mojocat.com @mojotillett copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett
    • Live Musically! Mark Chrisman mark.chrisman@gmail.com @badsquare copyright © 2009 Mark Chrisman, Jeff Tillett http://badsquare.wordpress.com