For many organizations, the first impulse is to view Smartphones as an “always-on” tool for delivering eLearning courses. But Smartphones (and their usage context) are dramatically different from a laptop or desktop computer. To take what we’ve always created and push it to a smaller screen size is a recipe for ineffective learning. The practical truth is that organizations will always have a need to deliver formal, tracked learning programs, and Smartphones can be a valuable way to do this – if we bring new strategies to our instructional design.
In this session, you will learn:
- Why many of the commonly used eLearning design approaches are not transferable to Smartphones
- Research-based instructional design practices that support effective learning on Smartphones
- Strategies for crafting formal, tracked learning experiences for Smartphone devices
- Strategies to help you re-set your organization’s current expectations around formal learning on Smartphones
Audience: Designers, developers, project managers, managers, and directors with knowledge of common eLearning design and development approaches.
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