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Delivering training via phones, iPads and Tablets with guest presenter Leo Gaggl, Managing Director of Brightcookie. Leo gave an extensive overview of mobile technologies and how they ‘work’ with …

Delivering training via phones, iPads and Tablets with guest presenter Leo Gaggl, Managing Director of Brightcookie. Leo gave an extensive overview of mobile technologies and how they ‘work’ with education. He covered what trainers and students are actually using mobile learning for...how organisations are handling BYOD...responsive learning content design...DIY tools...and heaps more!

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  • 1. Delivering Training via Phones, iPads and Tablets SA E-learning Professional Development Leo Gaggl Managing Director Brightcookie Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 2. Workshop Outline 1. Device Types / Contexts 2. BOYT / Availability / Equity 3. Content Development Strategies 4. Tips / Tools / Challenges 5. Data-driven Learning Presentation URL: http://goo.gl/hzdaNq Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 3. Device Types Mobiles Tablets Cloudbooks Wearables Personal ++ + + +++ Immediate +++ + + +++ Connected +++ + ++ - --- + +++ + Content consumption - +++ + --- Content creation ( input methods) - + +++ --- Cost - -- ++ - Resources (battery, storage, ..) -- + +++ --- Interruptions Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 4. Learning Everywhere Image: CC by SSA Rustici Software http://tincanapi.com/ Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 5. Use mobile where it adds value ● Context-aware ● Location based / remote assessment ● Camera (front & back) ● QR-Codes (2D barcodes) ● RFID / NFR ● Augmented Reality (video overlay) ● GPS ● Sensors (temp, acceleration) Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 6. Top mobile usage in learning contexts (current) Top activities Applications / Websites 1) User generated content (media) Camera (photo & video), Voice, Social Media (FB, G+, Twitter) 2) Note taking, bookmarking Evernote, Keep, Springpad 3) Teamwork & collaboration (social learning) SMS, Messaging, Scheduling 4) Assistive technologies Text-to-Speech, Numeracy, Gaming concepts 5)“Mobile-only” activities QR Codes, Augmented Reality, Geolocation Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 7. BYOD / BYOT / BYOE Stakeholders ● Users (comfortable with devices) ● Trainers (often less comfortable) ● IT Departments ● Vendors Issues ● Cross-device content ● Student Support ● Trainer Support / PD ● Equity ● BYOT.ME Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 8. Walled Gardens vs. Cross-platform ● ● ● ● ● Monocultures vs. diversity (In)Dependence Lock-in The 'SHINY' factor Nobody got fired for buying XYX * * Originally 'IBM', however can be substituted by 'Apple', 'Micrososoft' and ‘Google’ Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 9. There.is.no.such.things.as.pages Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 10. Responsive Learning Content Design ● One version - All devices ● Resizing ● Fluid layout ● "Mobile First" ● Generic Content Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 11. Adaptive Learning Content Design ● Extra/simplified content for devices ● Reduced size ● Different interactions ● Specialised content ● Server Side Logic Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 12. Agnostic Learning Content Design ● Content types with "display" apps ● Reduced size ● Text-only content ● Multimedia separated Source: CCbySA INCRIdea Indonesia Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 13. Apps versus Web Native Device App Content / Development High cost Need to redevelop Mobile Web (HTML5) Low entry cost Reuse existing systems / content Advantages Fast, works perfect for each device Quick to develop Games, graphics Deployment across large number of devices Disadvantages Development times Performance Development and testing for each Need for data connection device group Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 14. User Generated Content ● Video, Audio artifacts ● Mobile notes ● portfolioUP - iOS App ● Maharadroid - Android App ● Mobile Video App ● Mobile Video Assignment App Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 15. Cloud Services Discovery ● Search Engines ● Alert Tools ● News Feeds ● Bookmarking ● Surveys Networking ● Social Networking ● Micro-blogging ● Sharing ● e-Portfolios Content Creation ● Image, Photo ● Audio ● Video ● Blogging ● Wiki Productivity ● Online Productivity Suites ● Video Conferencing ● Document Repositories ● Learning Management Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 16. Standards, Frameworks & Re-use , Standards ● Content (HTML, CSS) ● Resources (Video, Audio, Images) ● Metadata ● E-Standards mobile ● BYOT.ME Re-use ● Don't re-invent the wheel Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 17. DIY Tools HTML5 ● DreamWeaver ● Articulate Storyline ● Raptor (https://www.raptor-editor.com/) App Builders ● PhoneGap Builder ● Sencha (http://www.sencha.com/) ● AppCelerator (http://www.appcelerator.com/) Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 18. Tips ● K.I.S.S ● Atomic Objects (build in small chunks) ● Think about device context (mobility) ● Trust your teaching instinct ● Don't let technology drive classrooms Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 19. Challenges ● Batteries, batteries, batteries, ... ● Screen size ● No internet connection? ● Privacy? ● Technological change Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 20. Data-driven Learning ● Using the data you are already gathering ● Measurement ● Collection ● Analysis ● Reporting ● Removing 'data-islands' ● Connecting the dots .. Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 21. Go forth and be awesome ... ... and may the source be with you ! Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 22. About Brightcookie ● Established 2003 ● South Australian based and owned ● Web-development background ● Initial system integration focus ● Increasing educational content & instructional design focus ● 9 employees ● Various specialist contractors ● www.brightcookie.com Open Solutions for Online Learning
  • 23. QUESTIONS ? IDEAS ? COMMENTS ? ● Twitter: leogaggl ● Google+: Leo Gaggl ● LinkedIn: leogaggl ● Foursquare: leogaggl ● Flickr: leogaggl ● Blog: http://brightcookie.com/blog/ ● Private Blog: http://www.gaggl.com/ ● Email: leo [at] brightcookie.com.au Open Solutions for Online Learning