Mobile Learning Implementation Need, Myths & Success Factors

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View this presentation to understand the growing need of mobile learning at workplaces, find the truth behind the common mobile learning myths preventing its adoption and know about the success factors that will lead to effective implementation of mLearning in your organization.

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Mobile Learning Implementation Need, Myths & Success Factors

  1. 1. Mobile LearningImplementationNeed, Myths & Success FactorsAmit Gautam@amitgautam Stand #315
  2. 2. Upside Learning8+ years in eLearning150+ clients in 13 countriesOur offeringsUpsideLMS | Upside2Go | Custom Learning Solutions30+ awards & recognition
  3. 3. Upside Learning Upside Learning Solutions blog www.upsidelearning.com/blog eBooks and Whitepapers • Mobile Learning • Learning Management Systems • Game-based Learning Research endeavors • ASTD Research • Brandon Hall Group • Towards Maturity
  4. 4. Presenter Amit Gautam Founder & Director - Technology Solutions 12+ years in eLearning domain Engg (Computer Science), MBA Learning technologist, Internet addict
  5. 5. Agenda 1 Establishing The Need Of mLearning 2 Busting mLearning Myths 3 Success Factors
  6. 6. Mobile Learning?Source: http://www.mlearnopedia.com/mlearncon/
  7. 7. Mobile Learning?Source: http://www.mlearnopedia.com/mlearncon/
  8. 8. Mobile Learning?“ mLearning is about augmenting our ” learning – and our performance Clark Quinn
  9. 9. Mobile Learning?“ mLearning is about augmenting our ” learning – and our performance Clark Quinn
  10. 10. EstablishingThe Need Of mLearning Stand #315
  11. 11. Establishing The Need Of mLearningA Growing Mobile Workforce Source: IDC study, Worldwide Mobile Worker Population 2011-2015 Forecast
  12. 12. Establishing The Need Of mLearningA Growing Mobile Workforce• Advantages – Increased productivity – Happier knowledge workers – Better Organizational Agility• Challenges – Communication/Collaboration/Motivation – Managing/Monitoring Performance – Training/Coaching
  13. 13. Establishing The Need Of mLearningA Growing Mobile Workforce• Training focus : Push to Pull – Mobile fits very well• Examples – Sales Time and Expense Sheets – Video Calls/Conferencing – Order Entry and Tracking – CRM Integration
  14. 14. Establishing The Need Of mLearningShift in Computing Source: Business Insider
  15. 15. Establishing The Need Of mLearningShift in Computing Source: Qualcomm, 2011
  16. 16. Establishing The Need Of mLearningPersonal Behavior Patterns Changing• Maps - Performance Support in our daily lives• NoMoPhobia
  17. 17. Establishing The Need Of mLearningPersonal Behavior Patterns Changing• Mobile devices are being used for Source: go-globe.com
  18. 18. Establishing The Need Of mLearningPersonal Behavior Patterns Changing• Baby boomers’ use of mobile phones Source: go-globe.com Source: emarketer
  19. 19. Establishing The Need Of mLearning21st Century Workforce Demographics• Generation definition Gen X Gen Y Gen Z Born 1966-1976 1977-1994 1995-2012 Coming of Age 1988-1994 1998-2006 2013-2020
  20. 20. Establishing The Need Of mLearning21st Century Workforce Demographics• Generation Y or the Millennials – more tech-savvy than any previous generation• Generation Z – a ‘search’ mentality; have played games Different generations understand and behave with technology differently
  21. 21. Establishing The Need Of mLearningWhen Do We Actually Learn?• Adults learn differently – purpose?• Event based training model may not work
  22. 22. Establishing The Need Of mLearningWhen Do We Actually Learn?• Adults learn differently – purpose?• Event based training model may not work• There’s an opportunity to space learning
  23. 23. Establishing The Need Of mLearningWhen Do We Actually Learn?• Gottfredson’s Moments of Learning Need – When learning for the first time – When wanting to learn more – Trying to remember – When things change – When something goes wrong Mobile fits these situations very well
  24. 24. Establishing The Need Of mLearningDoing More With Less• Prominent recently, but a perpetual desire• Mobile brings productivity – Fits in staff’s ‘idle time’ – Helps response times
  25. 25. BustingmLearning Myths Stand #315
  26. 26. Busting mLearning Myths Just learning ‘on the move’ Small screen size is unsuitable for learning Create once and deliverElearning on the on all devicesphone It’s not secureMobile content is SCORMexpensive to create compliancyand distribute is a must
  27. 27. Busting mLearning Myths Just learning ‘on the move’ Small screen size is unsuitable for learning Create once and deliverElearning on the on all devicesphone It’s not secureMobile content is SCORMexpensive to create compliancyand distribute is a must
  28. 28. Busting mLearning Myths Just learning ‘on the move’ Small screen size is unsuitable for learning Create once and deliverElearning on the on all devicesphone It’s not secureMobile content is SCORMexpensive to create compliancyand distribute is a must
  29. 29. Busting mLearning Myths Just learning ‘on the move’ Small screen size is unsuitable for learning Create once and deliverElearning on the on all devicesphone It’s not secureMobile content is SCORMexpensive to create compliancyand distribute is a must
  30. 30. Busting mLearning Myths Just learning ‘on the move’ Small screen size is unsuitable for learning Create once and deliverElearning on the on all devicesphone It’s not secureMobile content is SCORMexpensive to create compliancyand distribute is a must
  31. 31. Busting mLearning Myths Just learning ‘on the move’ Small screen size is unsuitable for learning Create once and deliverElearning on the on all devicesphone It’s not secureMobile content is SCORMexpensive to create compliancyand distribute is a must
  32. 32. Busting mLearning Myths Just learning ‘on the move’ Small screen size is unsuitable for learning Create once and deliverElearning on the on all devicesphone It’s not secureMobile content is SCORMexpensive to create compliancyand distribute is a must
  33. 33. Busting mLearning Myths Just learning ‘on the move’ Small screen size is unsuitable for learning Create once and deliverElearning on the on all devicesphone It’s not secureMobile content is SCORMexpensive to create compliancyand distribute is a must
  34. 34. Busting mLearning Myths Just learning ‘on the move’ Small screen size is unsuitable for learning Create once and deliverElearning on the on all devicesphone It’s not secureMobile content is SCORMexpensive to create compliancyand distribute is a must
  35. 35. SuccessFactors Stand #315
  36. 36. Success Factors • Identify the real need for implementing mLearning • Access culture/ readiness • Stakeholder commitment/ buy in • Design to suit user’s real context – it’s the learner who is mobile • Adopt a strategy that works for your setup (may need trial and error) • Plan some quick wins – Make website mobile compatible – Turn on the mobile version of your LMS – Try a small app or blog for sharing updates – Try with sales team
  37. 37. Success Factors • Pilot with limited group • Know what to measure and how will you measure it • Get user feedback and implement • Support through pilot to rollout and beyond is crucial • Provide real mLearning benefits – just-in-time access, offline use, access to experts, ability to share & comment, ability to capture a spark • There needs to be focus on alignment with mainstream learning/ training function • Re-evaluate strategy every 3-6 months. Revamp if need be
  38. 38. Thank You!

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