mADL 2012 Introduction

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Introduction to the mADL 2012 workshop on 14 October 2012 at mLearn 2012 in Helsinki, Finland

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mADL 2012 Introduction

  1. 1. International Relations and Security Network (ISN)
  2. 2. mADL 2012Mobile Learning in Security andDefense OrganizationsChristian GlahnMobile Instructional Design
  3. 3. Overview on the workshopIntroduction4 presentations of ongoing work Research Ethics in the MoLE m-learning program. Supporting crisis simulations with the ARLearn toolkit for mobile serious games. Using Mobile Technology to enhance eLearning in CAROL I National Defence University. Supporting learner mobility in SCORM compliant learning environments with ISN Mobler Cards.Challenges for future research
  4. 4. Objectives of the workshopExchange of stakeholders ongoing activities ofusing mobile technologies for security and defenselearning.Map the gaps and challenges for research andpractice that are specific to mobile learning insecurity and defense organisations.
  5. 5. Background of the ISN Research NICOP funded research on the effectiveness of mobile learning Swiss MoD funded future technology researchObjectives Identify key developments that are relevant for practice Link research activities
  6. 6. Why mobile learning insecurity and defense?
  7. 7. Basically mobiles are thereality in education andtraining in the security anddefense forces.
  8. 8. A Flashlight from Switzerland495 Participants All Branches 387 German speaking 344 Army (70%) 94 French speaking 4 Navy (1%) 13 Italian speaking 133 Air force (23%) 33 Administration (7%)All ranks 13 Strategic Leaders All statuses (3%) 419 Regular corps 124 Leading Pos. (25%) (85%) 72 Instructors (15%) 6 Reserve (1%) 235 Recruits (56%) 19 Civil staff (4%) 50 Conscripts (10%)
  9. 9. Age Groups50%45%40%35%30%25% 47%20% 37%15%10%5% 10% 4% 2%0% < 20 21-29 30-39 40-49 >50
  10. 10. What mobile devices do theyown?
  11. 11. Mobile Device Ownership100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 98% 98% 65% 64% 40% 33% 35% 71% 67% 30% 34% 62% 66% 30% 30% 28% 27% 26% 20% 10% 0% Alle <20 Jahre
  12. 12. Mobile Phone Ownership 25% Bada 50% will switch 25% Windows to a smart phone 25% legacy within (Symbian/ Windows) 1% the next yearNo Mobile Phone 9% 10%Feature PhoneiPhone 29%Android 51%Other Smart Phones
  13. 13. What are they doing withtheir mobiles?
  14. 14. Mobile uses includeSocial networks (Facebook and alike)Video streaming and sharingTexting
  15. 15. Chatting and Texting60%50%40%30%20%10%0% Dont know it Dont use it Rarely use min. Monthly min. Weekly Daily More frequently Chat/Diskussionsforen SMS/Texting
  16. 16. Mobile specific activities60%50%40%30%20%10%0% Dont Dont use Rarely use min. min. Daily More know it it Monthly Weekly frequently Audio recording Video recording ortsbasierte Spiele Mobile tickets
  17. 17. Over 60% want to be able toaccess all information fromtheir mobiles.
  18. 18. Over 60% responded that theirtrainers are not prepared forusing new technologies.
  19. 19. Is ADL technology preparedto support mobile learning insecurity and defense?Let us tackle this question today.
  20. 20. Christian GlahnInternational Relations and Security Network (ISN)ETH ZurichSwitzerlandwww.isn.ethz.ch@phish108 @ISN_Zurichslidesha.re/phish108
  21. 21. International Relations and Security Network (ISN)

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