How do we integrate digital tools and
content with work practices?
Linking different contexts and work
and learning domains
authentic work process
holistic and integrative
working and learning tasks
Kearney, Schuck, Burden and Aubusson
Design Process includes
The White Folder tasks per se do not easily transfer into a mobile digital
format and even if this approach was to be successful it would be
extremely time consuming to digitalise all tasks in their existing form.
So on to Plan B
devices now ?
86,7% use a smartphone (of which 83% are
using Android). 19,4% own a tablet computer,
59,7% a laptop, 54,7% a desktop computer.
1,9% of employers provide access to the
internet and only 27% of employers allow
the use of smartphones at the workplace.
58% apprentices use smartphones for work-related
calls and 53,2% for information gathering at work.
Gathering information needed for work or training is a
task that almost 50% do often or very often
Few use purpose built construction Apps. Information on
possibly helpful apps comes from other apprentices
(28,1%) or colleagues at work (17%). 9,5% heard about
them from trainers at the workplace or the training centre.
46,8% obtained information from the internet
WhatsApp is most used for communication.
19,6% of the apprentices take photos
‘often’ or ‘very often’
about 60 per cent would like more
use of mobile devices for learning
Plan B - Learning toolbox, build a range of services
based around existing uses of technology and
activities to share ideas, media and data.
s to iteratively