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By Gary Whitfield
Instructional Systems Designer
Why create m‐learning?
What mobile strategy?
What will your app do?
How will it be delivered?
Which authoring tool?
Understand why
you’re doing it.
Think about your
audience and
how they work
and learn.
Consider:
• Secure mobility
• Device choice
• Data consistency
• Agile management
Learn more
Use a framework
to help you decide
how to approach
your content and
style of app.
Check out
ParkYeonjeong’s
approach.
You’ve got three
choices here:
• HTML5
• Native
• Hybrid
According to Gartner,
more than 50% of
apps will Be Hybrid
by 201...
There's lots
to choose from.
You can start
by checking out
the ultimate list
of HTML5
authoring
tools from
elearningindust...
Talk to others, see what's out there already and follow these guidelines,
AND you'll be well on your way to delivering a m...
gpstrategiesltd.com
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So, your client wants to go mobile?

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Instructional Designer Gary Whitfield looks at 5 key things for you to consider when developing mobile learning for your client from mobile strategy to understanding your audience.

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So, your client wants to go mobile?

  1. 1. By Gary Whitfield Instructional Systems Designer
  2. 2. Why create m‐learning? What mobile strategy? What will your app do? How will it be delivered? Which authoring tool?
  3. 3. Understand why you’re doing it. Think about your audience and how they work and learn.
  4. 4. Consider: • Secure mobility • Device choice • Data consistency • Agile management Learn more
  5. 5. Use a framework to help you decide how to approach your content and style of app. Check out ParkYeonjeong’s approach.
  6. 6. You’ve got three choices here: • HTML5 • Native • Hybrid According to Gartner, more than 50% of apps will Be Hybrid by 2016.
  7. 7. There's lots to choose from. You can start by checking out the ultimate list of HTML5 authoring tools from elearningindustry.com
  8. 8. Talk to others, see what's out there already and follow these guidelines, AND you'll be well on your way to delivering a mobile learning solution that works best for your client. Read full article
  9. 9. gpstrategiesltd.com

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