901 Managing mLearning Development Projects on a Shoestring Budget
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM Thursday, June 26
Managing your mLearning development efforts is challenging. It’s easier to do so with project management software or tools, but they can be very expensive. Understanding which tools are available and which features are needed to manage your mLearning projects can help you pick the right project management tool at the right price.
In this session participants will explore project management tools that are cost effective and help you manage your mLearning projects. You will discuss the different types of functionality available from project management tools, and which functions best apply to mLearning projects. You will focus on the primary project needs for mLearning: completing projects within scope, time, and cost estimates. Participants will leave this session with an understanding of tools and processes that have proven effective in small- to medium-sized businesses for managing mLearning projects.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to determine the project management tools you need, and if free project management tools are right for you
- How to determine if the process you use to manage projects is effective
- The importance of marrying process with the right project management tools
- How to use free project management tools to successfully manage your projects
Novice designers, project managers, and managers.
Technology discussed in this session:
GoogleDocs and Asana.
VP of Content and Accreditations
Dr. Matthew Casey has over 10 years' experience in training solution design, implementation, and testing in a variety of business settings. Matt’s background includes training evaluation methods, training program management in both centralized and decentralized environments, technical communications management, instructional design program management, quality assurance, and help desk management.
Senior Director of Content
Michael Schreiner, a senior director of content at Vector Solutions, is a learning and human performance improvement professional with over 20 years of experience managing and directing the functional and strategic activities of learning and development teams. His core strengths are in human performance improvement; instructional design; and people, project, and change management. As a project management professional (PMP) certified by the Project Management Institute (PMI), Michael is intensely focused on delivering quality learning solutions on time, within budget, and within scope. He is adept at aligning performance improvement solutions to a company’s long-term goals and value proposition.