mLearnCon 2011 - Pre-conference Certificate Program<br />P7 – Converting Your Existing eLearning Content to mLearning<br /...
Schedule for Today<br />
Introductions<br />Please share with us the following<br />Name and where you are from<br />Your role in your organization...
Workshop Learning Objectives<br />mLearning (mobile learning) is different than mobile eLearning<br />How to determine wha...
Why Convert Your eLearning? <br />
Why Convert Your eLearning?<br />Active Mobile Phone Subscriptions<br />
Why Convert Your eLearning?<br />eLearning Guild Member Survey<br />
Why Convert Your eLearning?<br />
Why Convert Your eLearning?<br />What are the primary drivers for converting eLearning to mobile learning?<br />Possible m...
Why Convert Your eLearning?<br />What should be the primary drivers for converting eLearning to mobile learning?<br />Prim...
Why Convert Your eLearning?<br />The Where, When and Why of mobile<br />Context (Hand, Head & Heart)<br />Time (Relative a...
Why Convert Your eLearning? – Context<br />Context (Hand, Head & Heart)<br />Hand: activity<br />Head: environment<br />He...
Why Convert Your eLearning? – Context<br />Heart<br />Head<br />Hand<br />Source:	Design Sketch: The Context of Mobile Int...
Why Convert Your eLearning? – Context<br />Time (Relative and Absolute)<br />Relative Time<br />Proximity to another event...
Why Convert Your eLearning? – Context<br />Intent (Reason for Access)<br />What does the learner want and need at this jun...
Why Convert Your eLearning?<br />What are you creating: <br />mobile learningor eLearning on a mobile device?<br />
What eLearning to Convert<br />
What eLearning to convert<br />eLearning Characteristics<br />Learning Objectives<br />Content<br />Delivery Methods<br />...
What eLearning to Convert – Learning Objectives<br />Learning Objectives – Examples<br />Soft Skills<br />Sales<br />Inter...
What eLearning to Convert – Content<br />Content – Examples<br />Maintenance / Repair / Troubleshooting<br />Sales / Produ...
What eLearning to Convert – Delivery Methods <br />Delivery Methods – Examples<br />Blended Learning<br />Standard “Page T...
What eLearning to Convert – Delivery Platforms<br />Delivery Platforms – Examples<br />PowerPoint<br />Flash<br />HTML / W...
What eLearning to Convert – Other Considerations<br />Does your existing eLearning connect to an LMS?<br />SCORM Complianc...
Converting – Instructional Design<br />
What changes when you convert eLearning to mLearning?<br />Learning Objectives<br />Content<br />User Experience / Present...
What changes when you convert eLearning to mLearning?<br />Learning Objectives are often different<br />eLearning<br />Kno...
What changes when you convert eLearning to mLearning?<br />Content<br />eLearning<br />Content is the context<br />Designe...
What changes when you convert eLearning to mLearning?<br />User Experience / Presentation<br />eLearning<br />Usually conn...
What changes when you convert eLearning to mLearning?<br />Evaluation<br />eLearning<br />Reaction<br />Traditional “smile...
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Converting e learning to mlearning (why and how)

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

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