SAMPLE: One-minute White Paper Presentation

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Part of my electronic portfolio, this is a sample one-minute white paper presentation I developed in collaboration with Sharp Slide, LLC for Blackboard Collaborate. It's purpose is to drive downloads of the complete white paper.

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SAMPLE: One-minute White Paper Presentation

  1. 1. one-minute white paper
  2. 2. Today smartphones are everywhere people in the U.S. own smartphones 133.7 MILLION 57% mobile market penetration February 2013
  3. 3. Smartphone use by college students Especially on campus
  4. 4. In fact analysts predict 10x 2x 3x faster than PC adoption in the 1980s faster than internet adoption in the 1990s faster than social networking adoption in the 1980s smartphones and tablets will be taken up:
  5. 5. As a result today’s students ARE NO LONGER CONFINED TO CLASSROOM ARE ARMED WITH LAPTOPS, SMARTPHONES, TABLETS LEARN AT THEIR CONVENIENCE FROM WHEREVER THEY ARE
  6. 6. Today’s students are active learners who…
  7. 7. Are constantly connected Not content to sit passively in classroom absorbing knowledge Want learning immediate, engaging, personalized
  8. 8. They also may be part of the growing population of… non-traditional students
  9. 9. ONLY 15% Attend 4-year colleges and live on campus 43% Attend two-year institutions 32% Work full time 37% Part-time students 25% Over the age of 30 students are enrolled in higher education 17.6 MILLION
  10. 10. To meet student expectations, mobilized learning must be real and seamless … not an afterthought
  11. 11. It must be part of an online and blended solution web conferencing: virtual classroom instruction, moderator-led meetings, structured collaboration, professional development mobile collaboration: live participation in classes and meetings, and access to class materials and recordings, from a mobile device instant messaging: office hours, educational support services, help desks, impromptu meetings and collaboration voice authoring: enriched engagement by adding voice commentary, instruction, and personalized coaching to asynchronous elements of online learning All seamlessly integrated with learning or content management systems
  12. 12. So students can leverage mobile learning to  Attend class remotely  Conduct Internet-based research  Collaborate on class projects  Take notes, record lectures, or take videos of presentations  Access online textbooks  Communicate with classmates or instructors  Receive reminders or alerts about assignments and exams  Access LMS to check schedules, grades, etc.  Review the recording of a missed class through their LMS  Share and edit calendars or organize bookmarks  Create or share documents, videos, or podcasts  Get IT, library, or other support
  13. 13. And instructors can leverage mobile learning to Expand reach of classroom to students on mobile devices Capture lectures Distribute recordings through LMS, iTunes U, and YouTube Collaborate with peers on research projects Attend professional development sessions and faculty meetings
  14. 14. untethered learning There’s no going back: today’s students are mobile. Colleges and universities with mobile-enabled infrastructure attract and retain more students. Blackboard Collaborate is the only learning and collaboration solution designed for education. Collaborate provides a wide spectrum of collaboration, so students, faculty, and administrators can communicate, interact, and truly engage.
  15. 15. “We have seen double-digit growth yearly with use of mobile access to Blackboard Learn. Having a mobile collaboration app, such as Blackboard Collaborate mobile web conferencing, is the icing on the cake for our campus to provide the innovative degree programs our students so richly deserve. “ Marcel Brechtoldt, System Admin Principal and Senior Lecturer University of Missouri-St. Louis
  16. 16. “We are extremely pleased that Blackboard Collaborate, a key component to our online strategy, is accommodating our growing mobile device community with an excellent mobile product and roadmap. The deep integration of Blackboard Collaborate with our eLearning suite and the flexibility of the mobile client will allow us to accommodate our eLearning live collaboration objectives. “ Allen Taylor, CTO Marshall University
  17. 17. Learn how you can incorporate mobile web conferencing into your eLearning strategy. Visit bbcollaborate.com/mobile or contact us at collaboratesales@blackboard.com. #BbCollab Got more than a minute? Take a look at our entire white paper Taking It Mobile: Untethered Learning for 21st Century Student.
  18. 18. stay connected share your innovations learn from others

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