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Supporting learner mobility with Mobler Cards

  1. 1. International Relations and Security Network (ISN)
  2. 2. Supporting Learner Mobility inSCORM Compliant LearningEnvironmentswith ISN Mobler Cards.Christian GlahnMobile Instructional Design
  3. 3. About the ISN
  4. 4. The ISN is anOpen Access Information Service for International Relations and Security Professionals
  5. 5. ISN ActivitiesContent and Analysis Digital LibraryCommunities and Partners Training and ADL
  6. 6. Motivation for Research
  7. 7. Training and ADL
  8. 8. Trainers are used to thetechnology… because a lot oftechnology training has beenconducted
  9. 9. But the world has changed
  10. 10. New demands for training and ADL
  11. 11. ISN TACC Strategic Focus Technology mobile Interoperability Instructional Mobility Design Content
  12. 12. Within this focus we ask ourselvesHow to support learningthrough the technology thatis in the learners’ hands?
  13. 13. For the supporting ADL practice this translates to ….How can we pave the path fortrainers to make thetechnological transition?
  14. 14. Today’s Training and ADL Practice inSecurity and Defense OrganizationsWeb-basedContent Centric and Multi-mediaSummative Assessment
  15. 15. Today’s Training and ADL Practice inSecurity and Defense OrganizationsWeb-basedContent Centric and Well supported Multi-media by SCORMSummative Assessment
  16. 16. There are a few more thingswe want to support …
  17. 17. Today’s Training and ADL Practice inSecurity and Defense OrganizationsWeb-basedContent Centric and Well supported Multi-mediaSummative Assessment by SCORMFormative AssessmentContinuity of LearningSocial MediaMobility of Learners
  18. 18. Today’s Training and ADL Practice inSecurity and Defense OrganizationsWeb-basedContent Centric and Well supported Multi-mediaSummative Assessment by SCORMFormative AssessmentContinuity of Learning Not so wellSocial Media supported byMobility of Learners SCORM
  19. 19. Today’s Training and ADL Practice inSecurity and Defense OrganizationsWeb-basedContent Centric and Well supported Multi-mediaSummative Assessment by SCORMFormative AssessmentContinuity of Learning Not so wellSocial Media supported by Project Tin-canMobility of Learners SCORM
  20. 20. The primary question for the ISN researchHow can we supportlearner mobility within theconstraints of SCORM?
  21. 21. Our answerMobler CardsLMS integrated Flash Card Learning
  22. 22. The core Mobler Cards Experience
  23. 23. Formative Self-Assessment inMobler Cards
  24. 24. Design Decisions for MoblerCards Technology mobile Interoperability Instructional Mobility Design Content
  25. 25. Mobility RequirementsProvide access to learningFlexibility regarding time Timing DurationSupport for unforeseen offline periodsConnected to the VLE
  26. 26. TechnologyHybrid HTML5 app Support for iOS and Android (reaching > 80% of the target audience)OAuth protocol Secure and persistent VLE connectionLearning material is stored on the mobile devices Users can access the the material when they want without bothering about their connectivity Transparent data exchange protocolsAll analytics are done on the mobile device Users do not need to be online to get feedback on their performance
  27. 27. InteroperabilityIMS QTI Item Pool functionality (test-less IMS QTI)Data exchange between VLEs through validSCORM packagesLearner activity trackingNo additional authoring environment neededMost VLEs already implement this feature
  28. 28. Interoperability ChallengesMost VLEs are not ready for connecting withexternal tools.SCORM does not explicitly require IMS QTIsupport.Some SCORM editors implement tests based onIMS Simple Sequencing
  29. 29. ContentContent from courses on the VLE used Direct use of pre-existing QTI item poolsAuthoring within the VLE No additional tool training for content authorsThe Content is automatically adapted on the mobiledevice.
  30. 30. Content ChallengesContent works differently on the Web than onmobiles This is not related to presentation to content!Creating test items that are beneficial for learningProviding feedback that supports understanding
  31. 31. Content works differently on mobiles Try to remember this when going to the answers
  32. 32. Content works differently on mobiles True-Or-False items are neither challenging nor fun after answering them the first time
  33. 33. Content works differently on mobiles Items might be too easy
  34. 34. Content works differently on mobiles What will be learned if everything is correct? (although it might make sense in a test)
  35. 35. Next stepsGetting Mobler Cards into the application storesTest the effectiveness of the tool under realisticconditionsBetter QTI SupportContent adaptation for existing coursesContent sequencing
  36. 36. Christian GlahnInternational Relations and Security Network (ISN)ETH ZurichSwitzerlandwww.isn.ethz.ch@phish108 @ISN_Zurichslidesha.re/phish108
  37. 37. International Relations and Security Network (ISN)

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