Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase                                                                      August 16, 20...
Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase                                                                      August 16, 20...
Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase                                                            August 16, 2012        ...
Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase                                                          August 16, 2012          ...
Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase                                                          August 16, 2012 Session: ...
Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase                                                          August 16, 2012          ...
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CETS 2012, Susan Fisher, handout for Mobile Decisions: Ensuring the Solution Meets the Learning Need

  1. 1. Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase August 16, 2012 Delivery Method Selection GuidelinesSession: Mobile Decisions: Ensuring Solution Meets Learning Need – Susan Fisher, Innovative Learning Group Page 1Contents © 2012 by Innovative Learning Group, Inc. – All rights reserved
  2. 2. Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase August 16, 2012 Definition of Delivery MethodsSession: Mobile Decisions: Ensuring Solution Meets Learning Need – Susan Fisher, Innovative Learning Group Page 2Contents © 2012 by Innovative Learning Group, Inc. – All rights reserved
  3. 3. Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase August 16, 2012 Mobile Learning Decision Tree 1. Is the learning need skill- 2. Do learners need the or performance-based learning content on the (rather than foundational Yes job as performance or conceptual)? support? No No Yes Other solutions, 3. Does the learning need 4. Can the learning such as job include follow-up content be provided in reinforcement of formal Yes small, discrete, easily shadowing, No training over time? digestible chunks? coaching, or reference manuals may work better. No Yes Formal training is probably sufficient. 5. Are computational or other computer-friendly tasks part of the learning Yes content? No 6. Is any type of communication required or desirable for the Yes learning content? No This need is 7. Is the learning need 8. Are the learners relevant to a particular mobile, either an excellent context (location or Yes within or outside Yes fit for a situation)? the workplace? mobile solution! No No A mobile solution may not be optimal This need does not call for a for this need, but it should be mobile solution; look at other considered if the learners are mobile. informal learning solutions. Session: Mobile Decisions: Ensuring Solution Meets Learning Need – Susan Fisher, Innovative Learning Group Page 3 Contents © 2012 by Innovative Learning Group, Inc. – All rights reserved
  4. 4. Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase August 16, 2012 Smartphone vs. Tablet Feature Chart FEATURE SMARTPHONE TABLET Screen Size  Computational Power  Battery Life  Telecommunications  Mobility / Convenience  Apps   Mobile Authoring Tools TOOL CATEGORIES DESCRIPTION 1. Formatting Tools These tools are best suited for displaying text or graphics and presenting content that has no interactivity. 2. Authoring Tools These tools can be used to display content: • With low to medium levels of interactivity • That is supported through the tool’s user interface without writing any code 3. Scripting Tools These tools can be used to display content: • With medium to high levels of interactivity • That requires writing code in a scripting language that does not need to be compiled 4. Programming Tools These tools can be used to display content: • With medium to high levels of interactivity • That requires writing code in a scripting language that does need to be compiled Session: Mobile Decisions: Ensuring Solution Meets Learning Need – Susan Fisher, Innovative Learning Group Page 4 Contents © 2012 by Innovative Learning Group, Inc. – All rights reserved
  5. 5. Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase August 16, 2012 Session: Mobile Decisions: Ensuring Solution Meets Learning Need – Susan Fisher, Innovative Learning Group Page 5 Contents © 2012 by Innovative Learning Group, Inc. – All rights reserved
  6. 6. Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase August 16, 2012 Selecting Tools Based on Type of Content IF CONTENT TYPE IS… MAY INDICATE SELECTION OF TOOLS SUCH AS…Animations Flash, EdgeAssessments Articulate QuizmakerAudio Content Audacity, Audition, SoundForgeGraphics Photoshop, IllustratorOnline Documents Acrobat, Word, Excel, Google Docs, HTML5PointOnline Help RoboHelpRecorded Presentations Acrobat ConnectSoft Skills Simulations Flash, Captivate, Articulate StorylineSoftware Simulations Captivate, Camtasia Adobe Media Encoder, Windows Media Encoder, Premiere,Video Content FlashWeb-Based Training with Flash, DreamweaverComplex/Custom InteractivityWeb-Based Training with Articulate Presenter, Lectora PublisherSimple/Standard Interactivity Examples of Mobile Authoring Tools  http://jquerymobile.com/  http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/edge/features.html  http://mobiforge.com/  http://phonegap.com/  http://prezi.com/ipad/  http://snippetspace.com/projects/iwebkit/  http://wordpress.org/extend/mobile/  http://www.appcelerator.com/products/titanium -mobile-application-development/  http://www.apple.com/ibooks-author/  http://www.articulate.com/products/storyline -overview.php  http://www.brainshark.com/what-is-brainshark/brainshark-mobile.aspx  http://www.trivantis.com/publish-to-ipad/lectora Session: Mobile Decisions: Ensuring Solution Meets Learning Need – Susan Fisher, Innovative Learning Group Page 6 Contents © 2012 by Innovative Learning Group, Inc. – All rights reserved

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