302 BYOL: Quick Mobile Testing Tools for LMS Admins and Non-techies
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Wednesday, June 8
Ensuring that content from suppliers and developers will work on mobile in your environment is tough. Things get tougher with multi-platform desktop and mobile and bring-your-own-device environments. How can one readily test, verify, debug, or demonstrate mobile eLearning in an LMS?
In this session, you will discover how to do more testing and validation on the desktop. You will learn to use built-in capabilities of your preferred browser (and a second browser) along with simple plugins. Finally, you will leave the session with simple tricks and tools to share iPad or Android screens over WebEx or make video captures.
In this session, you will learn:
- To fake out your content and learning management systems to test mobile on your laptop or desktop
- About the benefits of a second browser and plugins for testing
- About built-in features of your own browser for more convenient testing
- How live screens can be shared and captured from mobile devices
Novice and intermediate designers and project managers.
in this session:
Responsive design tools in browsers, UserAgent plugins, QuickTime app on Mac OS X, Apple AirPlay, Android Screencasting, Microsoft Mirrorcast, and wireless display adapters for Microsoft and Android devices.
A laptop (Mac/Win/Chrome)—install Firefox or Chrome; optionally, get a trial copy of the Reflector application; and a mobile device (iPad/iPhone/Android)—bring your USB sync cord.
Talent Experience Evangelist
Tom King, a talent experience evangelist at Bluewater Learning, has a master’s degree in instructional design and 15 years’ experience developing and managing eLearning for a variety of Fortune 500 and Silicon Valley firms. Tom was instrumental in specifying and creating early implementations of ADL SCORM, AICC, IEEE LTSC, LETSI and standards. He has worked with Accenture, Macromedia, Adobe, Boeing, and others.