for corporationsEssentials for an integrated and effective mLearning strategy
Agenda1. Welcome   •   Who we are and what we do…2. Mobile Overview   •   Growth of mobile sector   •   What this means fo...
Introduction   01
01 Introduction•   15 years of experience and innovation in the e-learning sector•   Over 150 employees in a vertically in...
01 IntroductionTechnology     Content        Services            Innovation• e-learning   • Catalogue    • IT consulting  ...
Growth of Mobility      02
01 Intro: m-market figures
01 Intro: m-market figures                       STOP PRESS:                       4G launched in 16                      ...
01 Intro: the post-PC era
01 post-PC era …How many of you are using iPads for work?Particularly compelling is       We expect the                   ...
01 So is mLearning a reality?* Good Practice – The Learning Trends Index, Survey Report 5 (Aug 2012)
Current Scenario“Desktop Learning”      03
AUTHORING                                         LIMITED:                            TOOLS                               ...
“UnpluggedmLearning” 04
04 The new scenario for L&D    At the                                      A Learning    office                           ...
04 … from Flash to HTML5To date, most of our eLearningcourses are largely developedusing Flash                       …but ...
04 … Responsive DesignAllows designers to build onceand deploy across device typesReduce time to get content tousersReduce...
04 … a new concept in content designMobile offers users a new way to getcontent, at point of needContent no longer needs t...
LEARNING COFFEE  MOBILE                                                                                                   ...
04 … a new concept in trackingFrustrated by the restrictionsof SCORM?TinCan opens up a world of possibilites when it comes...
04 What is TinCan?
04 Activities vs SCOsContent will no longer just be limited to SCOs, and in this respect contentbecomes part of a larger s...
04 LMS vs LRSLRS vs LMS This is a big separation from all traditional e-learning specs. An activitiy (content) lives on it...
Content Partnerships     Video Arts      05
05 Content Partnerships – Video Arts• Video Arts produces great content, which connects with the users• Netex have taken t...
03 ConclusionEnd User• Todays workers require freedom to access content anytime,  anyplace – multi-device capabilities• Fr...
03 ConclusionL&D Professional• Need to understand the new L&D Ecosystem and the part  mLearning is going to play within th...
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Netex - Mobile Learning

  1. 1. for corporationsEssentials for an integrated and effective mLearning strategy
  2. 2. Agenda1. Welcome • Who we are and what we do…2. Mobile Overview • Growth of mobile sector • What this means for L&D3. Current Scenario for L&D • Introduce limitations of mobile delivery to date • Demo4. New Scenario for L&D • Introduce new scenario for mobile delivery • Demo5. New Content Partnership6. Conclusions7. Q&A
  3. 3. Introduction 01
  4. 4. 01 Introduction• 15 years of experience and innovation in the e-learning sector• Over 150 employees in a vertically integrated working environment  Multimedia design, audiovisual  Instructional design, pedagogical design and elaboration of storyboards  Software engineering, consultancy and software development  Complete learning community management• Solutions for: – Corporate – Academic – Publishing
  5. 5. 01 IntroductionTechnology Content Services Innovation• e-learning • Catalogue • IT consulting • Responsive platforms • Custom • Digital content Design• Authoring • Different distribution • Multi-device tools multimedia services Content and• Virtual formats • Learning SW Dev. Classroom community • TinCan API management • Web 3.0
  6. 6. Growth of Mobility 02
  7. 7. 01 Intro: m-market figures
  8. 8. 01 Intro: m-market figures STOP PRESS: 4G launched in 16 UK cities by the end of 2012
  9. 9. 01 Intro: the post-PC era
  10. 10. 01 post-PC era …How many of you are using iPads for work?Particularly compelling is We expect the Apple, for example,that companies can customize consumerisation of IT will announced in October 11tablets by developing further accelerate enterprise that 93 % of Fortune 500function-specific apps to meet tablet sales as well. companies wereworkers needs. deploying or testing iPads.…What apps are you using?
  11. 11. 01 So is mLearning a reality?* Good Practice – The Learning Trends Index, Survey Report 5 (Aug 2012)
  12. 12. Current Scenario“Desktop Learning” 03
  13. 13. AUTHORING LIMITED: TOOLS AGILE CONTENT ….. RESPONSIVE DESIGN MULTI-DEVICE ….. CONTENT … PROVIDERS SCORM SCORM LMS NO UNPLUGGEDEMPLOYEE NO OFF-LINE LEARNING COFFEE … APP 1 SCORM APP 2EMPLOYEE APP 3 ADMINISTRATOR LIMITED or NO TRACKING CURRENT SCENARIO “DESKTOP LEARNING SCENARIO”
  14. 14. “UnpluggedmLearning” 04
  15. 15. 04 The new scenario for L&D At the A Learning office Coffee New L & D Scenario At home Travelling At home
  16. 16. 04 … from Flash to HTML5To date, most of our eLearningcourses are largely developedusing Flash …but iPad, iPhone and Android do not support flashHTML5 is the newest and most advanced version of HTML. It is a bigdeal for different reasons: 1. It is a cross-platform technology and cheaper 2. HTML5 promises to make content and/or the web as rich and interactive as flash and/or native apps.
  17. 17. 04 … Responsive DesignAllows designers to build onceand deploy across device typesReduce time to get content tousersReduce costs associated withdeveloping content
  18. 18. 04 … a new concept in content designMobile offers users a new way to getcontent, at point of needContent no longer needs to be courseswith sequential navigationResource based mLearning that allowsthe learner to chose how they consumethe information – plucking!
  19. 19. LEARNING COFFEE MOBILE RESPONSIVE DESIGN CONTENT BACKOFFICE CMS … MULTI – DEVICE RAPIDLEARNING PLAYER PERMISSIONS SCORM /TINCAN LC MAKER AUTH DOWNLOAD RETRIEVE CATALOG AUTHORING + TINCAN SETTINGS TOOLS (END POINT) ARTICULATE … LOGIN CATALOG LC USERNAME SCORM TINCAN PASSWORD TRACKING (ONLINE) LRS LMS CONTENT Scorm PROVIDERS LOGIN CloudEMPLOYEE TINCAN TRACKING (OFFLINE) SCORM TINCAN TRACKING (OFFLINE) SCORM ADMINISTRATOR EMPLOYEEAPP - STORE GOOGLE PLAY BLACKBERRY MICROSOFT STORE STORELC MOBILE LC MOBILE LC MOBILE LC MOBILE NEW SCENARIO IOS ANDROID BLACKBERRY WINDOWS MOBILE “UNPLUGGED MOBILE LEARNING”
  20. 20. 04 … a new concept in trackingFrustrated by the restrictionsof SCORM?TinCan opens up a world of possibilites when it comes to tracking learning activitieswithin your organisation.Content no longer has to be limited to activities inside the LMS - TinCan allows youto report on any activity, taken online or offline:Mobile learning, simulations, virtual worlds, serious games,real-world activities, experiential learning, social learning,offline learning, and collaborative learning
  21. 21. 04 What is TinCan?
  22. 22. 04 Activities vs SCOsContent will no longer just be limited to SCOs, and in this respect contentbecomes part of a larger superset that we call “activities.” Content creatorswill be more like “activity providers.”The way that content communicates with LMSs changes, as well. The LMSdoesn’t need to know that the content or the learner exist until thelearning experience (or other verb) is completed.Ref: http://scorm.com/tincan/
  23. 23. 04 LMS vs LRSLRS vs LMS This is a big separation from all traditional e-learning specs. An activitiy (content) lives on its own, outside of the LMS. It is launched outside of the LMS. In fact, an LMS becomes something more like a Learning Record Store (LRS.) LMSs will still play the critical roles that they do today, but content won’t need to be delivered — only the statement. No more back-and-forth from the content to the LMS, just send a statement to the LRS when the activity is completed. Ref: http://scorm.com/tincan/
  24. 24. Content Partnerships Video Arts 05
  25. 25. 05 Content Partnerships – Video Arts• Video Arts produces great content, which connects with the users• Netex have taken this content and integrated it into their Learning Coffee concept: Responsive Design Multi-device Additional Resources• Great example of how we can transform existing learning content to meet the needs of todays modern, mobile worker.• 26 courses available by the end of 2012
  26. 26. 03 ConclusionEnd User• Todays workers require freedom to access content anytime, anyplace – multi-device capabilities• Freedom to access resources even outside of the box (LMS) •Assuming more responsibility on the user, who is now a more mature learner and navigator – plucking •Learning resources are available from multiple sources – Mobile Player •Richer and more meaningful learning experiences wich lead to - higher skilled and motivated worforce
  27. 27. 03 ConclusionL&D Professional• Need to understand the new L&D Ecosystem and the part mLearning is going to play within this• mLearning and social learning does not lead to information gaps – TinCan• Need to consider as a relevant channel to deliver content whilst remaining aware of ID considerations – HTML5• A combination of Custom and Off the Shelf mobile (responsive design) content is a powerful option to fullfill corporate needs – Check LC posibilities• Find a good mobile pilot project in your organisation and GO for it!!

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