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    Converting e learning to mlearning (why and how) Converting e learning to mlearning (why and how) Presentation Transcript

    • mLearnCon 2011 - Pre-conference Certificate Program
      P7 – Converting Your Existing eLearning Content to mLearning
      Chad Udell
      Managing Director
      Scott McCormick
      Partner
      John Feser
      Managing Partner
    • Schedule for Today
    • Introductions
      Please share with us the following
      Name and where you are from
      Your role in your organization
      What do you hope to get out of today (successful day)
    • Workshop Learning Objectives
      mLearning (mobile learning) is different than mobile eLearning
      How to determine what to convert and why
      The tools available for converting eLearning to mLearning (including some really cool ones)
      What quality mLearning looks like
      Be ready to get started next week
      Walk through specific examples
      Participant’s objectives
    • Why Convert Your eLearning?
    • Why Convert Your eLearning?
      Active Mobile Phone Subscriptions
    • Why Convert Your eLearning?
      eLearning Guild Member Survey
    • Why Convert Your eLearning?
    • Why Convert Your eLearning?
      What are the primary drivers for converting eLearning to mobile learning?
      Possible motivators:
      Content is mandatory
      Stakeholder wants an app
      Good content; “low hanging fruit”
      Prototype for testing
      Content appropriate at point of need
    • Why Convert Your eLearning?
      What should be the primary drivers for converting eLearning to mobile learning?
      Primary motivators:
      Performance support
      “Just-in-time” learning
      Better delivered in “bite-size” chunks
      Can utilize augmentation
      … it is the best way to reach your learning objectives.
    • Why Convert Your eLearning?
      The Where, When and Why of mobile
      Context (Hand, Head & Heart)
      Time (Relative and Absolute)
      Intent (Reason for Access)
    • Why Convert Your eLearning? – Context
      Context (Hand, Head & Heart)
      Hand: activity
      Head: environment
      Heart: culture
    • Why Convert Your eLearning? – Context
      Heart
      Head
      Hand
      Source: Design Sketch: The Context of Mobile Interaction
      Nadav Savio | Giant Ant Design | www.giantant.com
    • Why Convert Your eLearning? – Context
      Time (Relative and Absolute)
      Relative Time
      Proximity to another event
      Absolute Time
      At the moment
      Scheduled
      Considerations
      Length of time available
      Many small blocks of time or larger segments
      Consistent or variable
    • Why Convert Your eLearning? – Context
      Intent (Reason for Access)
      What does the learner want and need at this juncture?
      Difficult to infer
      Ask your learners
      Assess with device sensors and usage history
      With eLearning, you create the intent and the context; With mLearning, the context drives the need for the learning
    • Why Convert Your eLearning?
      What are you creating:
      mobile learningor eLearning on a mobile device?
    • What eLearning to Convert
    • What eLearning to convert
      eLearning Characteristics
      Learning Objectives
      Content
      Delivery Methods
      Delivery Platform
      Other considerations
      LMS
      SCORM
      Assessments
    • What eLearning to Convert – Learning Objectives
      Learning Objectives – Examples
      Soft Skills
      Sales
      Interviewing
      Negotiation
      Situational awareness
      Customer Service
      Hard Skills
      Repair / Maintenance
      Tasks / Processes
      Recognition (e.g. botany)
      Software / Application
    • What eLearning to Convert – Content
      Content – Examples
      Maintenance / Repair / Troubleshooting
      Sales / Product Information
      Onboarding
      Compliance
      Safety
      Process
      Product Support
    • What eLearning to Convert – Delivery Methods
      Delivery Methods – Examples
      Blended Learning
      Standard “Page Turner”
      Interactive Exercises
      Simulations
      Gaming
      Learning 2.0 – Social Networking, Informal Learning
    • What eLearning to Convert – Delivery Platforms
      Delivery Platforms – Examples
      PowerPoint
      Flash
      HTML / Web Based
      PDF
      Audio / Video
    • What eLearning to Convert – Other Considerations
      Does your existing eLearning connect to an LMS?
      SCORM Compliance
      What types and how are assessments are used?
      Interactive
      Proctored
      Scoring
      Simulation
    • Converting – Instructional Design
    • What changes when you convert eLearning to mLearning?
      Learning Objectives
      Content
      User Experience / Presentation
      Success Measurements
    • What changes when you convert eLearning to mLearning?
      Learning Objectives are often different
      eLearning
      Knowledge / Retention
      Develop Skills
      Future Application
      Training Evaluation:Donald Kirkpatrick’s 4 levels
      Level 1 – Reaction
      Level 2 – Learning
      Level 3 – Behavior
      Level 4 – Results
      Mobile Learning
      Access Information
      Point of need
      Job Aid
      Training Evaluation
      Accessibility
      Behavior
      Results
      Reuse
      Learning
    • What changes when you convert eLearning to mLearning?
      Content
      eLearning
      Content is the context
      Designed for focused attention of learner
      Often narrative in nature
      Timespan 30 – 90 minutes
      Not designed for much start & stop
      Screen size allows for more detail in images
      Mobile Learning
      Content tailored to a specific context
      Attention is on completing a task, not learning per se
      Delivered in bite-sized chunks (train stop)
      Information easy to reference
      Screen size limits amount of content per “page”
    • What changes when you convert eLearning to mLearning?
      User Experience / Presentation
      eLearning
      Usually connected, high-bandwidth
      Large screen size (70 dpi pixel density)
      Immersive
      Designed to capture learner’s full attention
      Flexibility and creativity in navigation design
      Keyboard & Mouse Input
      Mobile Learning
      Connection availability and speed is variable
      Small screen size, high pixel density
      Designed to augment other tasks
      Navigation must be simple and intuitive
      Touch & keypad input
    • What changes when you convert eLearning to mLearning?
      Evaluation
      eLearning
      Reaction
      Traditional “smiley”
      Knowledge
      Assessments
      Behavior
      Observation
      Results
      Business metrics
      Mobile Learning
      Behavior
      Observation – Is it used in context?
      Reaction
      Frequency of use – increases or stays constant
      Results
      Business metrics
      Knowledge
      Frequency of use – decreases over time