Mobile Learning Readiness inthe Swiss Armed Forces                Dr. Christian Glahn
Does your organization havea mobile learning strategy?
Do you know how yourADL users think aboutmobile learning?
We know that mobile learningis a complex domain
Grand research challengesfor Mobile LearningBörner et al., 2010
We translated thegrand challenges into7 practical topics
Into which direction shallwe go first?
Predicting the Future is Hard
Where do we stand today?Rogers, 1962; CC http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Diffusion_of_ideas.svg
1st Attempt for Estimating theNeed for Action
Our Expectations forthe Model
Immediate Need for Action            ✔        ✔  ✔
Short Term Developments           ✔        ✘ ✔
Mid Term Developments          ✘       ✘ ✔
Long Term Developments          ✘        ✘  ✘
The Data in this Presentation
Basic demographics• 495 Participants                • All branches• All ranks                       • All statuses  •   13...
Matches well with thestructure of the VBS
100%$    90%$    80%$    70%$    60%$    50%$      98%$                98%$    40%$                                  65%$ ...
60%#  50%#  40%#  30%#                                            51%#48%#  20%#                                          ...
80%#  70%#  60%#  50%#  40%#  30%#  20%#  10%#   0%#             Nie#        Selten#     min.#       min.#         täglich...
60%#  50%#  40%#  30%#  20%#  10%#   0%#                                       n#                                         ...
Mobiltelefone*sind*sehr*kompliziert*zu*bedienen* 70%# 60%# 50%# 40%# 30%# 20%# 10%#  0%#        Strongly#                 ...
One important implication
The basic technologyexpectations are hereCC http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Diffusion_of_ideas.svg
One thing is certain:  The mobile wave is BIGCC http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffrowley/
Our objective is:  Provide jet-skis to bring  practitioners up to speedCC http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffrowley/
TextChristian Glahn@phish108slidesha.re/phish108IAMLearn.org
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Presentation held at the PfPC ADL WG meeting on 8 Nov. 2012 in Vienna. This presentation shows the preliminary findings for the first iteration of the mobile learning readiness study of the ISN Zurich.

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  • Mobile Learning Readiness in the Swiss Armed Forces

    1. 1. Mobile Learning Readiness inthe Swiss Armed Forces Dr. Christian Glahn
    2. 2. Does your organization havea mobile learning strategy?
    3. 3. Do you know how yourADL users think aboutmobile learning?
    4. 4. We know that mobile learningis a complex domain
    5. 5. Grand research challengesfor Mobile LearningBörner et al., 2010
    6. 6. We translated thegrand challenges into7 practical topics
    7. 7. Into which direction shallwe go first?
    8. 8. Predicting the Future is Hard
    9. 9. Where do we stand today?Rogers, 1962; CC http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Diffusion_of_ideas.svg
    10. 10. 1st Attempt for Estimating theNeed for Action
    11. 11. Our Expectations forthe Model
    12. 12. Immediate Need for Action ✔ ✔ ✔
    13. 13. Short Term Developments ✔ ✘ ✔
    14. 14. Mid Term Developments ✘ ✘ ✔
    15. 15. Long Term Developments ✘ ✘ ✘
    16. 16. The Data in this Presentation
    17. 17. Basic demographics• 495 Participants • All branches• All ranks • All statuses • 13 Strategic Leaders (3%) • 419 Regular corps (85%) • 124 Leading Pos. (25%) • 6 Reserve (1%) • 72 Instructors (15%) • 19 Civil staff (4%) • 235 Recruits (56%) • 50 Conscript (10%)
    18. 18. Matches well with thestructure of the VBS
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    21. 21. 80%# 70%# 60%# 50%# 40%# 30%# 20%# 10%# 0%# Nie# Selten# min.# min.# täglich# mehrmals# monatlich# wöchentlich# am#Tag# Zu#hause# Auf#dem#Arbeitsweg# Beim#arbeiten# Beim#ausgehen/Freizeit#Ubiquitous Mobile Device Use
    22. 22. 60%# 50%# 40%# 30%# 20%# 10%# 0%# n# h# h# # # # # ch ag et nt l te lic lic d n gli #T en at nt ka Se m tä on he be w s#a er . #m öc un al t#v . #w rm ir# in ch #m m eh in Ni m Ist m Audio#recording# Video#recording# ortsbasierte#Spiele# Mobile#Hckets#Not all concepts areequally well adopted
    23. 23. Mobiltelefone*sind*sehr*kompliziert*zu*bedienen* 70%# 60%# 50%# 40%# 30%# 20%# 10%# 0%# Strongly# Strongly# disagree# agree#Basic UTAM scalesdid not work
    24. 24. One important implication
    25. 25. The basic technologyexpectations are hereCC http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Diffusion_of_ideas.svg
    26. 26. One thing is certain: The mobile wave is BIGCC http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffrowley/
    27. 27. Our objective is: Provide jet-skis to bring practitioners up to speedCC http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffrowley/
    28. 28. TextChristian Glahn@phish108slidesha.re/phish108IAMLearn.org

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