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Describes how InnoOmnia manages their mobile learning devices from a technical point of view.

Describes how InnoOmnia manages their mobile learning devices from a technical point of view.

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  • 1. Implementing Mobile Learning – Technical process Pete Stockley, 2012
  • 2. Process• Define user requirements• Set up devices, settings and other services• Device acquaintance and training• Updates and maintenance• Returning the device
  • 3. Define user requirements Meet with the teacher
  • 4. Define user requirements Suggest devices
  • 5. Define user requirements Suggest devices
  • 6. Define user requirements Suggest apps
  • 7. Define user requirements Suggest other services
  • 8. Set up devices• An initial device: apps, eBooks, settings are setup• The profile is copied to all the other devices• The device is registered• Batteries are charged
  • 9. Set up devicesiTunes Library
  • 10. Set up devicesInstall apps
  • 11. Set up devicesDefine settings, restrictions andother content
  • 12. Set up devicesMake a backup
  • 13. Set up devicesApply backup to all devices
  • 14. Set up devicesTest selection from all devices
  • 15. Set up devicesRegister all devices locally and via MDM
  • 16. Set up devicesCharge all devices
  • 17. Device acquaintance and training• Users are given time to use the device without any specific goals• Users are shown how to use the device for the purpose of the course / project
  • 18. Device acquaintance and training Don’t force the users to learn how to use the device
  • 19. Device acquaintance and training Allow the teacher to “play”
  • 20. Device acquaintance and training Allow the students to “play”
  • 21. Device acquaintance and training Don’t show the users how to use the apps
  • 22. Device acquaintance and training Show the teacher how to use the apps
  • 23. Device acquaintance and training Let the teacher show students how to use the apps
  • 24. Updates and maintenance• Updates and maintenance are performed as needed locally (partial maintenance remotely)
  • 25. Updates and maintenance Some things must be done locally
  • 26. Updates and maintenance Some things can be done locally by the teacher
  • 27. Updates and maintenance Some things can be done using cloud-based MDM systems
  • 28. Upon return• Data can be backed up locally if necessary• Devices are wiped to remove data privacy concerns
  • 29. Updates and maintenance Users can make their own backups if they want to before returning
  • 30. Updates and maintenance We can make backups if necessary
  • 31. Upon returnTotal resets to remove all data and history
  • 32. Feedback and Development• Get feedback from teachers and students, directly and indirectly.
  • 33. Feedback and Development Feedback directly from group
  • 34. Feedback and Development In-depth feedback from teacher
  • 35. Feedback and Development Anonymous feedback from students
  • 36. Thank you!• Questions?• pete.stockley@omnia.fi• petestockley.com/innoomnia/