502 BYOL: Mobile Microlearning and Social Media Integration
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Wednesday, June 21
Most people interact with social media via their smartphone on a continual basis throughout the day. Smartphones and social media are integrated into daily life. Interactive and social learning can maximize learning opportunities by engaging in actions that people are already accustomed to.
In this session, you will explore the creation of an interactive microlearning session for deployment to mobile devices. You will create a less-than-one-minute interactive video using your phone or laptop, be able to post your videos on social media channels, and direct the video to individuals or groups. You will learn how to best utilize techniques to focus your microlearning and integrate social media in order to leverage the everyday use of smartphones and create an environment for smart learning.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to integrate the use of social media into learning
- How to create an interactive video
- How to leverage mobile learning opportunities
Novice to advanced designers and developers.
Technology discussed in
Android or iOS mobile phone, Adobe Premiere Clip, HapYak, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.
Laptop and mobile phone with Internet connection.
Director of eLearning Operations
Los Angeles Pacific University
George Hanshaw is a performance consultant and director of elearning operations at Los Angeles Pacific University. Expanding the levels of human performance is his passion. He uses evidence based assessments and development strategies to drive human potential. George puts his doctorate of psychology to good use by continually researching and testing ways to better reach our busy learners. His ability to integrate and use technology in the learning process is key to being able to scale learning opportunities that are effective and evidence based. His goal is to eradicate boring training and learning.