Challenges in creating interactive   content for mobile devices
Presented byJanhavi Padture              Jamaica Brackenjanhavi@harbingergroup.com   jamaica@harbingergroup.com
If you cannot hear the audio:• Click the arrow icon at the upper right, in the webinar panel• Expand the Audio section• Cl...
mLearning in Government
PollHave you implemented mLearning? One or more projects deployed Pilot project is in the works Definite plan to roll o...
U.S. Government’s focus on MobileAccording to a survey of 200 federal IT workers in 2011:    45% use mobile devices for ...
Mobile in Government SIRI personal voice assistant was a result of a DARPA (part ofDoD) funded projectDefense services o...
mLearning in Government Government Elearning! Magazine (July 2012) survey indicates  38% public sector organizations inten...
mLearning in Government National Institute of Health - WISER (Wireless InformationSystem for Emergency Responders), a mob...
mLearning in AcademiaK-12, Community Colleges (Gov. funded)        Akron-Fairgrove , MI high schools to provide iPads to...
mLearning in Defense By 2013, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)plans to put mobile devices in the hands of...
mLearning in DefenseUS Army - Soldiers on-the-go can now train on electronic healthrecord, medical logistics, and medical...
mLearning :Concerns and Challenges in Government
mLearning Challenges  POLICY /REGULATION                            SECURITY                                          LEAR...
Challenges in developing interactive            mLearning content•   Devices•   Screen sizes•   Operating Systems•   Brows...
Interactivity in mLearning1. Presents a greater challenge in mLearning2. Used to augment learning on mobile devices3. Enga...
Characteristics of mLearning Interactions   (Interactive of course!)   Modular   Non-linear   Selectively render conte...
Few Tips for creating mLearning interactions Keep them short - Edumercials Separate Content from Presentation Videos & ...
Interactive mLearning by Raptivity
Select your                                    Customize yourinteraction model                              interaction mo...
mLearning & Raptivity Create mLearning interactions quickly and easily Interactions can be viewed on various devices In...
Sample created using Raptivityhttp://www.raptivity.com/sample-courses/Gov-samples/mLearning-in-Military.swf
HTML5 Games & Simulations45 more templates that you can publish to HTML5           90+ in Raptivity library!      Website ...
Thank You!   Janhavi Padture                     Jamaica Bracken   janhavi@harbingergroup.com          jamaica@harbingergr...
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A presentation that briefs us about the challenges in creating interactive content for mobile devices in Government departments. This presentation speaks about what is the present mLearning scenario in Government, what are the challenges and concerns and what could be the solution. Interactivity in mLearning is the biggest challenge everywhere. Raptivity - a rapid interactivity builder tool helps in resolving this issue. Check the samples created by Raptivity.

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  • http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/302057 - Obama talks about mobile revolution
  • http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/302057 - Obama talks about mobile revolutionWhite House recommended Top 10 must-have government apps
  • http://www.opm.gov/WIKI/training/Mobile-Learning-2.ashxDAU provides acquisition training and perf support to DoDhttp://www.govtech.com/e-government/Montana-Adds-Mobile-Optimized-Tax-Payment-Option.htmlhttp://www.govtech.com/policy-management/States-Aim-to-Launch-More-Mobile-Apps.html?utm_source=related&utm_medium=direct&utm_campaign=States-Aim-to-Launch-More-Mobile-Appshttp://www.govtech.com/e-government/Perspective-5-Tech-Trends-in-the-Elections-Industry.html508 compliance: http://www.howto.gov/web-content/accessibility/508-compliant-and-accessible-multimedia
  • http://www.opm.gov/WIKI/training/Mobile-Learning-2.ashxDAU provides acquisition training and perf support to DoDhttp://www.govtech.com/e-government/Montana-Adds-Mobile-Optimized-Tax-Payment-Option.htmlhttp://www.govtech.com/policy-management/States-Aim-to-Launch-More-Mobile-Apps.html?utm_source=related&utm_medium=direct&utm_campaign=States-Aim-to-Launch-More-Mobile-Appshttp://www.govtech.com/e-government/Perspective-5-Tech-Trends-in-the-Elections-Industry.html508 compliance: http://www.howto.gov/web-content/accessibility/508-compliant-and-accessible-multimedia
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  • Go through cards giving amLearn specifics from military. Transition to 3 samples from website, taxation, homicide, quiz. Then show regular samples quickly to give an idea of templates available. Use key phrases like reinforcement, knowledge review, assessments, encourage and increase retention. THEN go into Raptivity, ready to see how you can create an interaction that can be published for viewing on mobile devices? Give brief overview of software, copy script from other webinars, then customize FLASH CARDS. Remember the mobile learning approach in Military example we saw a few minutes ago? Let’s re-create that as much as we can with the time left! PUBLISHING: 1 click publishing allows you to cross publish to multiple devices. PUBLISH to MOBILEThat wraps up the Raptivity demo, have some announcements and information to share with you all.
  • Challenges in creating interactive content for mobile devices

    1. 1. Challenges in creating interactive content for mobile devices
    2. 2. Presented byJanhavi Padture Jamaica Brackenjanhavi@harbingergroup.com jamaica@harbingergroup.com
    3. 3. If you cannot hear the audio:• Click the arrow icon at the upper right, in the webinar panel• Expand the Audio section• Click the Audio setup• If necessary, choose the Use Telephone option to see a phone number you can use
    4. 4. mLearning in Government
    5. 5. PollHave you implemented mLearning? One or more projects deployed Pilot project is in the works Definite plan to roll out in 6-12 months Evaluating – timeframe undefined Definitely NO plans for mLearning
    6. 6. U.S. Government’s focus on MobileAccording to a survey of 200 federal IT workers in 2011: 45% use mobile devices for their jobs on a daily basis  93% use e-mail apps  68% use FaceBook The U.S. Federal Chief Information Officer Steve VanRoekelproposed a ‘Federal Mobility Strategy’ in order to providedirection on mobile technologies adoption by agencies ‘Making Gov Mobile’ Project by US GSA (General ServicesAdministration)  President Obama on the mobile revolution
    7. 7. Mobile in Government SIRI personal voice assistant was a result of a DARPA (part ofDoD) funded projectDefense services of many nations considering equippingforces with mobile phones and tablets for performancesupport - Australia’s elite combat forces will soon be giveniPhones and iPads, UK Air force, US ArmyGovernment Mobile app list White House recommended Top 10 must-have government apps
    8. 8. mLearning in Government Government Elearning! Magazine (July 2012) survey indicates 38% public sector organizations intend to invest in mobile learning technologies in 2012Dept of Commerce – Assessment & career developmentcoaching tool for Senior Executive Service (SES) Foreign Services Institute (FSI) – Pashto and Dari languagelearning apps. Content includes video and audioDepartment of Education – Answers.Ed.gov now on mobile,so people can lookup important US Education informationState Department – Smart Traveler app
    9. 9. mLearning in Government National Institute of Health - WISER (Wireless InformationSystem for Emergency Responders), a mobile app designed toassist first responders in hazardous material incidentsNational Science Foundation’s (NSF) - Science360 for iPad Montana State Government – mobile optimized tax payment Election offices train poll workers via mobile learningDept of State partnered with UNESCO to define guidelinesfor mLearning Dept. of Veterans Affairs – PTSD Coach appDefense Acquisition University – performance support toolsAcademia & Defense of course!!
    10. 10. mLearning in AcademiaK-12, Community Colleges (Gov. funded) Akron-Fairgrove , MI high schools to provide iPads to high schoolers  Senegal pilots mobile learning in Kindergarten K-12 Math example - http://momaths.org/m
    11. 11. mLearning in Defense By 2013, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)plans to put mobile devices in the hands of all soldiers U.S. Army’s Learning Concept 2015, has stressed theimportance of including mLearning strategies ADL Survey 2011: DoD current usage of mobile technologies in Learning Currently using mobile technologies 0 Researching on how to 22% use mobile 30% technologies Plan to use mobile technologies in the 28% next 6-12 months 20% Do not plan to use mobile technologies
    12. 12. mLearning in DefenseUS Army - Soldiers on-the-go can now train on electronic healthrecord, medical logistics, and medical command and control appsusing their personal or approved iPhone, iPad or Android devicesvia the MC4 (Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care)system on ATN2GO mobile platformAir Force – Air Education and Training Command (AETC) outlinedthe importance of mLearning in their strategy. Free app for physicaltrainingUK Army using iPads for training -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgCJfr_eDVc&feature=related
    13. 13. mLearning :Concerns and Challenges in Government
    14. 14. mLearning Challenges POLICY /REGULATION SECURITY LEARNER ENGAGEMENT ACCESSIBILITY BUDGET / FUNDING
    15. 15. Challenges in developing interactive mLearning content• Devices• Screen sizes• Operating Systems• Browsers• Security• Media formats supported• Connectivity/Connection speed/ Bandwidth• Technology Challenges • Native vs. Web apps • Flash vs. HTML5 Mobile Learning Interactions
    16. 16. Interactivity in mLearning1. Presents a greater challenge in mLearning2. Used to augment learning on mobile devices3. Engaging way to present, interact and assess4. Ability to track progressExamples: Interactive Simulations Videos exercises Games
    17. 17. Characteristics of mLearning Interactions (Interactive of course!) Modular Non-linear Selectively render content SWF or HTML5! SCORM trackable Balance of text & media Easily optimized for mobile rendering Secure
    18. 18. Few Tips for creating mLearning interactions Keep them short - Edumercials Separate Content from Presentation Videos & Animation are effective interactions Use caching and local storage for SCORM Use rapid development tools like Raptivity for quickturnaround Use tools like PhoneGap to convert to app Test…Test…Test!!!
    19. 19. Interactive mLearning by Raptivity
    20. 20. Select your Customize yourinteraction model interaction model as per your requirement Save the output as per the requirement – HTML5 or Flash
    21. 21. mLearning & Raptivity Create mLearning interactions quickly and easily Interactions can be viewed on various devices Integrate interactions with authoring tools thatsupport HTML5 Track learners performance of mLearning modules
    22. 22. Sample created using Raptivityhttp://www.raptivity.com/sample-courses/Gov-samples/mLearning-in-Military.swf
    23. 23. HTML5 Games & Simulations45 more templates that you can publish to HTML5 90+ in Raptivity library! Website Pricing Promotions http://www.raptivity.com/govt-buy-page Webinar Special Offer HTML5 Mobile Bundle 7 Packs 90+ templates $1415
    24. 24. Thank You! Janhavi Padture Jamaica Bracken janhavi@harbingergroup.com jamaica@harbingergroup.com For more info or queries write to info@raptivity.com ORVisit www.raptivity.com/community to get connected with our RVPs

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