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A variety of mLearning platforms, development tools, and applications has emerged in recent years. It’s often difficult to know what’s available without doing dedicated research (and project ...

A variety of mLearning platforms, development tools, and applications has emerged in recent years. It’s often difficult to know what’s available without doing dedicated research (and project timelines don’t always allow for research!).

This presentation shows 25+ different mLearning tools (such as systems, development tools, emulators, assessment tools, etc.) along with a brief description and URL for each.

Audience: Novice to intermediate level participants with a general understanding of mLearning and the situations when or where it can be used.

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  • So many platforms! The important thing is to get a general grasp on each of them; you don’t need to be an expert on each. Plus, know your audience. What devices are they using?
  • Applications offer greater possibilities and you can use native functionality for that device (ex. GPS, camera, bluetooth, gestures, etc.).Mobile web sites can be viewed on more devices and they are easy to build, but they offer less functionality.So, consider the following for your project:AudienceLearning materialsFunctionality / media required (ex. GPS, camera, gestures, etc.)LMS integration?BudgetSecurityAnd then decide…
  • For each tool, we’ll see a screenshot and a brief description.

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  • 25+ mLearning Toolsin 60 Minutes
    B.J. Schone
    November 3, 2010
  • Mobile Operating Systems / Platforms
  • Applications vs. Mobile web
    vs.
    What’s the difference?
    How do I know which approach to use?
  • What kinds of mobile learning tools?
    Development (18)
    Testing (6)
    System (9)
    Assessment (6)
    Other (5)
  • Dreamweaver
    Design and development tool for building web sites and applications
    Editor for HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and more
    Built-in standards validation (XHTML Mobile)
    http://www.adobe.com/products/dreamweaver/
    DEVELOPMENT / TESTING
  • Adobe Device Central
    Simulates a testing environment where you can view content on a variety of mobile devices
    http://www.adobe.com/products/creativesuite/devicecentral/
    TESTING
  • PhoneGap
    “PhoneGapis an open source development framework for building cross-platform mobile apps.”
    Build apps in HTML and JavaScript and still take advantage of core features in iPhone/iTouch, iPad, Android, Palm, Symbian and Blackberry SDKs.
    http://www.phonegap.com
    DEVELOPMENT
  • Chalk Pushcast
    “Chalk Pushcastprovides a multimedia-rich, trackable, and secure communication channel on BlackBerry smartphones – for priority training and communications.”
    Blackberry only
    http://www.chalk.com
    DEVELOPMENT / SYSTEM
  • OnPoint Digital’s Cell Cast
    “CellCast enables companies to create and deliver mobile content directly to user's mobile phones, and track their progress and test scores.”
    http://www.mLearning.com
    SYSTEM / ASSESSMENT
  • Clickatell.com
    The first (and still the largest) SMS gateway.
    Enables web sites and applications to send and receive text messages.
    http://www.clickatell.com
    DEVELOPMENT / OTHER
  • Corona
    “Corona is the only complete cross-platform solution on the planet for both graphics and code. You can write your application once, make edits on-the-fly, and preview your app in real-time on Corona's own simulator.”
    Android and iPhone
    http://www.anscamobile.com
    DEVELOPMENT
  • mobl21
    Create mobile flash cards, study guides, and quizzes
    Manage content and users
    Publish to a variety of devices
    http://www.mobl21.com
    DEVELOPMENT / ASSESSMENT / SYSTEM
  • Sencha (Touch)
    “Sencha Touch is the world's first app framework built specifically to leverage HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript for the highest level of power, flexibility, and optimization.”
    Mainly geared toward iPhone & Android devices
    http://www.sencha.com
    DEVELOPMENT
  • WordPress
    “A state-of-the-art publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability”
    Thousands of plugins available, including several that format content for mobile devices
    http://www.wordpress.org
    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/
    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wptouch/
    SYSTEM / OTHER
  • CertPoint VLS
    Enterprise learning platform
    “Deliver content, assessments, videos, podcasts, wikis, blogs, files directly to learner's mobile device”
    http://www.certpointsystems.com
    DEVELOPMENT / SYSTEM / ASSESSMENT
  • Titanium
    “Titanium is a free and open source application development platform that lets you create native mobile, tablet and desktop application experiences using existing web skills like Javascript, HTML, CSS, Python, Ruby, and PHP.”
    http://www.appcelerator.com
    DEVELOPMENT
  • QR Code Generators / Readers
    “Quick Response” codes can be read and interpreted by many mobile devices
    The codes may reveal a URL or a description (text)
    http://qrcode.kaywa.com
    http://zxing.appspot.com/generator/
    http://www.qrstuff.com
    OTHER
  • LearnCast.com
    A platform for building and publishing mobile learning content
    Instant access to high quality courses created by subject experts and trusted content partners
    http://www.LearnCast.com
    DEVELOPMENT / SYSTEM / OTHER
  • OutStart Hot Lava Mobile
    Rapidly create and deliver media-rich, track-able and secure mobile-casts
    http://www.outstart.com/about-hot-lava-mobile.htm
    DEVELOPMENT / SYSTEM
  • Layar
    Augmented reality browser that allows users to see digital layers in physical spaces
    Developers can sign up to create and publish layers
    http://www.layar.com
    DEVELOPMENT
  • mobiSiteGalore
    “mobiSiteGaloreis a mobile website builder that allows you to easily build, publish & share a full-fledged mobile website that is guaranteed to work on any mobile phone.”
    http://www.mobiSiteGalore.com
    DEVELOPMENT / SYSTEM
  • Lectora
    High-end eLearning development and publishing tools that can output content to mobile-ready formats
    http://www.trivantis.com
    DEVELOPMENT / TESTING / ASSESSMENT
  • MoSync
    Open source, cross-platform mobile development SDK
    http://www.mosync.com
    DEVELOPMENT
  • Unifeye Mobile
    “The Unifeye Mobile platform is the most comprehensive solution to create augmented reality applications for iPhone, Android, Symbian and WinMobile devices.”
    http://www.metaio.com/products/mobile/
    DEVELOPMENT
  • Detect Mobile Browser
    Detection tool that helps direct users to the correct content based on how they are browsing (i.e. mobile vs. desktop computer)
    http://www.detectmobilebrowser.com
    http://detectmobilebrowser.com/www.cnn.com|mobile.cnn.com
    TESTING / OTHER
  • jQuery Mobile Framework
    A touch-optimized web framework for smartphones and tablets
    http://www.jquerymobile.com
    DEVELOPMENT
  • Wapple
    “Wapple Canvas is a mobile site design and publishing platform that allows complete creative freedom using simple point & click and drag & drop controls.”
    http://www.wapple.net
    DEVELOPMENT / TESTING / SYSTEM
  • W3C mobileOK Checker
    Primarily assesses basic usability, efficiency and interoperability
    Also links to other validators and tools
    http://validator.w3.org/mobile/
    TESTING
  • Native Emulators / SDKs
    http://na.blackberry.com/eng/developers
    DEVELOPMENT / TESTING
    Android
    Blackberry
    http://developer.android.com/sdk
  • Native Emulators / SDKs (cont’d.)
    DEVELOPMENT / TESTING
    iPhone
    Palm
    http://developer.apple.com/iphone
    http://developer.palm.com
  • Native Emulators / SDKs (cont’d.)
    DEVELOPMENT / TESTING
    Windows Phone
    http://create.msdn.com
  • What tools did I leave out?
  • Additional Resources
    Tools For Mobile Learning Developmenthttp://www.upsidelearning.com/blog/index.php/2010/03/21/tools-for-mobile-learning-development/
    mLearnopediahttp://www.mlearnopedia.com
    Mobile Browser ID (User-Agent) Stringshttp://www.zytrax.com/tech/web/mobile_ids.html
    MobiForgehttp://www.mobiforge.com
    Tips for Mobile Web Development (old but good!)http://pukupi.com/post/2056/
    W3C Mobile Web Traininghttp://www.w3.org/Mobile/training/
  • Questions?
  • Thank You
    Download this presentation:http://slideshare.net/bjschone
    B.J. Schone
    bjschone@qualcomm.com
    bjschone@gmail.com
    @bjschone