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Adapt Elearning - NZATD Presentation Auckland

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Slides on Adapt Elearning from NZATD conference in Auckland in October 2014.

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Adapt Elearning - NZATD Presentation Auckland

  1. 1. E-Learning In A Multi-Device World Steve Rayson
  2. 2. Social Learning Share your thoughts #NZATD14 @steverayson
  3. 3. How many devices do you use in a typical day? (Desktop, laptop, smartphone, tablets) 1) One 2) Two 3) Three 4) More than 3
  4. 4. We live in a multi-device world • Consumer expectations • Available when I need it • On the device I am using
  5. 5. Implications for E-Learning
  6. 6. Do you need to deliver e-learning that only works on one device or on multiple devices?
  7. 7. Introducing Adapt Adapt is an elearning authoring tool designed so a single version of content can be viewed seamlessly across a range of devices. Open Source & Free
  8. 8. Why Open Source? We don’t compete on authoring tool We all want a great multi-device authoring tool Share investment No single company has monopoly on best ideas Give back to wider community
  9. 9. Responsive & Adaptive • Responsive to screen size • Reduce image size or remove for Smartphone • Adaptive and changes interaction for smaller screens
  10. 10. Let’s see an example
  11. 11. Benefits of Responsive E-Learning • One version works on all devices • One version to track and maintain • Distribute from a single LMS or source • Accessible content • Searchable content • More cost effective • Allows sequential screening
  12. 12. A change in design thinking
  13. 13. Scrolling • Your learners are already doing it
  14. 14. Scrolling • Your learners are already doing it • ‘Keep everything above the fold’ is out of date • Easier • Elegant • Exploratory • Device proof your learning
  15. 15. Scrolling Works Volvo site had car model information using click to go to next page. Users only saw 18% of the content Changed to one long scrolling page 46% of users now view the content
  16. 16. Rethinking E-Learning Design • Making navigation a part of the journey • No page templates • Building flexible content in small blocks and components • Meaningful navigation – pages are as long or as short as they need to be • Think about use on different devices
  17. 17. ABC – Article, Blocks, Components
  18. 18. Learner centered design • Learner is still at the heart of the learning even though the method and delivery approach has changed • Can still use Gagne and scenario approaches • It requires a new approach to design thinking and allows more creativity
  19. 19. Open source & free No vendor lock-in Fully responsive Industry standards Accessible Searchable Adopts web based scrolling principles https://community.adaptlearning.org/ Adapt
  20. 20. 217 modules build and delivered 70+ organisations using Adapt content 45 plugins built and supported 94,222 lines of code that took 24 years to write 18,702 unique visitors across 145 countries 7 active partners 1,661 registered users
  21. 21. What next… Join the Adapt Learning Community at adaptlearning.org Follow Adapt Learning on Twitter Check out our website for the latest multi-device case studies and updates
  22. 22. Buzzsumo.com Bonus Tip Keep up to speed on the latest in elearning. Search on BuzzSumo for the most shared content on any topic.
  23. 23. Thank You @steverayson

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