Challenges for Mobile Learning in Security and Defense Organizations
High Demand of Higher-orderProcedural Skills and Knowledge Complexity of international support and cooperation Desktops are often unavailable Content is difficult to train for complexity Complex collaboration and cooperation
Militaries Supply TheirSoldiers with Smart Phones Not only for ADLMakes a good vehicle for ADLTraditional ADL won’t work – too desktop oriented
Need for Continuous Training,Repetition, and Timely Updates Gaps between training and application Higher-order competences are hard to drill Context of application Assimilation of knowledge and skills Greater flexibility and mobility
New Forms of Assessment IMS QTI won’t work out of the boxGood for testing factsCumbersome for mobile useNo support for assessing complex processes
Training becomesPerformance Support Facts are easy for just-in-time deliveryAnytime access to reference materialImplications for training facts
Mobile ADL Initiative ADL Mobile Learning Handbook Judy Brown & Jason Haag (2011) Technology adoption Devices Technology constraints Content adaptationhttp://www.adlnet.gov/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/MLHandbook20110809.pdf
Mobile Research at ISN(started about 2 months ago) Strategic forecasting of technology availability Integration with existing ADL infrastructure Mobile Demonstrators
Christian GlahnInternational Relations and Security Network (ISN)ETH ZurichSwitzerlandwww.isn.ethz.ch@phish108 @ISN_Zurichwww.slideshare.net/phish108
11th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual LearningmLearn 2012 - MOBILE LEARNING IN CONTEXTHelsinki, Finland - 16-18 October 2012- Call for Papers Submissions until 30. May 2012- Call for Workshops Submissions until 30. April 2012
International Relations and Security Network (ISN)
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