mLearning is about much more than just mobile technology. mLearning is a different experience than desktop-based eLearning, coming with its own unique set of design considerations and challenges. Organizations considering making the move to mobile need to understand the challenges of creating content for mobile devices if they want their mobile learning strategy to be successful.
In this case-study session you will explore the continuing journey PricewaterhouseCoopers is taking as they continue to learn from their experiences with content authoring for mLearning. You will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a number of different mLearning authoring tools, and learn from actual examples and demonstrations of content. Through this discussion you will develop a list of key questions you should be asking as you develop your own mobile-learning content strategy.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to match a mobile platform to an available authoring tool
- What content looks like and capabilities for learner interactivity
- Restrictions to consider depending on the target audience’s mobile devices
- The value of templates for quick content authoring
Novice and intermediate designers, developers, project managers, and managers with a basic understanding of how mobile learning can be delivered to a learner via apps, websites, or mobile learning platforms.
Technology discussed in this session:
mLearning authoring tools (CreateExpress, Lectora, iSpring, Storyline, audio/video content, and custom-developed HTML), and Intuition mobile learning, Blackberry, Android, and iOS platforms.
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