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Jeff Tillett Learning Technologist Media ProducerMojocat Creative Services
Navigating the Mobile Landscape Mojocat Creative Services
Jeff Tillett • Navigating the Mobile Landscape In this session we will 1. Look at the current state of mobile technologies 2. Review mobile technologies, platforms and operating systems 3. Discuss why mobile is a game changer for learning 4. Explore some mLearning case studies 5. Begin to see how mLearning could fit into your organization Mojocat Creative Services
Objective # 1 What is the current state of mobile? Mojocat Creative Services
At the end of 2011, there were 6billion mobile subscriptions Mojocat Creative Services
That’s equivalent to 87 percent ofthe world population Mojocat Creative Services
4 types of mLearning • Learning content ported from another source • User generated content • Repositioning and augmentation of existing business systems • Creation of new applications and implementations not previously possible before mobile From the book Learning Everywhere by Chad Udell Mojocat Creative Services
Shaping content for mobile learning Mojocat Creative Services
Objective # 4 Mobile Learning Examples Mojocat Creative Services
Case StudyCompany: Wiley PublishingDeveloper: Float Mobile LearningTechnology: Native iOS Application with Social ToolsCompanion App for leadership skills development book.Adding a companion app provided interactivity to book allowing skillspractice, group participation and peer feedback. It also allowedextended engagement to assure learner transferred information andacquired new skills.
Case StudyCompany: T-MobileDeveloper: T-Mobile Learning and DevelopmentTechnology: Graphic image and SMSA link was put at the end of an elearning and when the learner enteredtheir mobile number and clicked the submit button a mobile commissioncard was sent to their phone via SMS.Even though the idea came late in the planning the Instructional Designteam was able to quickly develop and deploy this mobile performancesupport tool. The front line employees praised the fact that is wasalways available to them on their mobile device. Additional mobileresources where created based on front line requests.
Case StudyCompany: T-MobileDeveloper: T-Mobile front line employeesTechnology: Mobile device and videoCapture front line retail sales elevator pitch’s. Share them out throughinternal social media platform.Higher level of participation than expected and better quality of videoswas received. Some of the videos went viral within the organization.We also learned a valuable lesson in how skilled our front lineemployees where and that we needed a stronger partnership with them