307 Learn Virtually Anything, Anywhere, at Any Time
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Wednesday, June 8
As training audiences are deployed with mobile devices to use for training and performance support, performance technologists often face challenging logistical and infrastructure constraints when building performance solutions.
In this session, you will learn how to cherry-pick technology to empower mLearning. You will learn how to aid content development teams in streamlining the training experience for learners by eliminating dependence on training sites and knowledge management. You will gain insights into enabling personalization to create a solution for learners to continue education on the fly. Finally, you will learn to better understand your learners and deliver individualized experiences.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to leverage technology and resources to facilitate different platforms and devices for training
- How to stay in-house rather than using an external vendor
- How to manage graceful loading and consume heavyweight content
Intermediate designers, developers, project managers, managers, and directors.
discussed in this session:
Cordova, Sencha Touch, Angular, iOS, Android, iPads, and tablets.
Program/Project Manager II
Beverly Bensing is a program/project manager at Sprint University. Beverly’s 22-year career in training and development spans program management of the number one most profitable seminar line during her time at American Management Association to her current role as program/project manager for Sprint University, managing priority digital and interactive turnkey projects involving talent management, IT, digital, brand, and Sprint University. She enjoys helping Sprint’s award-winning teams deliver innovative solutions. Beverly holds an MA in communications studies and a BS in journalism from the University of Kansas.
Reginald Barnabas Prabaharan
Reginald Barnabas Prabaharan is a performance technologist with Sprint Corporation. With a master’s degree specializing in application development, Reginald has considerable experience in the mobile space. With an interest in creating aesthetic user experiences, he started the journey of re-creating the learning experience for Sprint Corporation in the mobile realm.