304 Applying Academic Strategies and Technology in Mobile Learning
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Wednesday, June 10
Building learning programs can be a complex endeavor, especially in a multi-device environment. Simply porting eLearning and traditional face-to-face experiences to mobile often isn’t a viable solution. There are other ways to effectively facilitate mobile learning.
In this session you will explore many of the best practices for utilizing mobile technologies being used by academic institutions. You will learn about the sea of change affecting academia regarding learning technologies and how those changes apply to the corporate world. You will explore examples of mobile learning in practice, including flipped, genius hour, differentiated instruction, project-based learning, and visual thinking. While these examples are presented in an academic environment, the lessons shared can be applied to adult learning as well.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to create mLearning activities using low-cost iOS apps
- How to design social learning activities into your mLearning
- How to engage with educators in other disciplines in an effective model for mobile development
- Visual thinking strategies in mLearning assessment
Novice designers, developers, project managers, and managers.
discussed in this session:
Various iOS mobile apps.
Learning Experience Designer
Connect the Dots
Urbano Delgado is a learning experience designer at Connect the Dots. Using mostly low-cost apps and mobile devices along with a design thinking workflow, he saves time, effort, and budgets by putting ideas to work soon after they first see the light of day. Urbie holds an MSEd in instructional design and a BA in behavioral science. Since 1998, he has produced interactive learning experiences for humans in high- technology manufacturing, finance, K-12, law enforcement, and healthcare.