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EDCI660B5 Group Project: mLearning
Transcript of EDCI660B5 Group Project: mLearning
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Purdue University • LD&T
Ginger Davis • Elizabeth Fiting • Jenn Steplowski
WHAT IS mLEARNING?
(mobile learning) is defined as "learning across multiple contexts, through social and content interactions, using personal electronic devices. A form of e-learning distance education, mlearners can use mobile device educational technology in many locations at their time convenience.
technologies include handheld computers (iPad/tablets), MP3 players, laptops, and mobile phones.
focuses on the mobility of the learner, interacting with portable technologies.
is accessible from virtually anywhere. Sharing is almost instantaneous among everyone using the same content, which leads to the reception of instant access, feedback and tips. This highly interactive process has proven to increase knowledge retention and allow learning to be more efficient.
also brings strong portability by replacing books and notes with small devices, filled with tailored learning contents.
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?
LOOKING AT JOBS
Senior Instructional Designer, Kindle Content
Technical Training Manager with eLearning / mLearning expertise
• Mobile learning is gaining popularity. For each of the settings below, describe a scenario in which mLearning can be used and find a specific tool or app that will support that use.
Additional area of your choice
• What do you think is the future of tech tools?
• When considering mLearning, what are some optimal applications? Are there situations in which mLearning may not be the best choice?
Experience managing teams (instructional designers)
Interactive Media Design, or related field; or equivalent experience developing training and/or communication pieces
Experience with instructional authoring tools (eLearning and mLearning)
Expertise with design and media development tools.
Strong instructional design, writing, and oral communication skills
Strong aesthetic, design composition and typographic abilities
Excellent teamwork, communication, and organizational skills.
Must be technologically independent and able to work as part of a virtual team
Strong analytical and researching skills
Full development-cycle experience (analysis, design, development, testing, and support) beneficial
Adult learning (Andragogy) and Kirkpatrick evaluation models
Familiarity with asynchronous, facilitator-led online learning environments beneficial
Able to juggle multiple tasks simultaneously with demonstrable experience to consistently deliver high quality results
Passionate dedication to the delivery of consistent and unparalleled customer experience
Self-starter who possesses exceptional time management skills and has great attention to detail.
Commitment to identifying and communicating creative and innovative ideas in ways that gain consensus and build partnership. Takes own ideas or the ideas of others and strategizes, plans, and executes successfully.
Experience with developing and improving upon existing processes.
Ability to communicate relevant information to all levels of the organization.
Ability to facilitate needs assessments to determine the most appropriate learning solution, and be able to develop and deploy content using various instructional methodologies and treatments including, work flows, simulations, websites, virtual classroom training, videos, and performance support tools
42 Mobile Learning Tools: eLearningIndustry.com
The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience in a variety of areas, including but not limited to:
Please answer Discussion Questions in Blackboard by Thursday:
4 Reasons Why Companies Should Adopt Mobile Learning… Are You Missing the Boat?
eBook on Project Leadership for Kindle 2
Academic Article: Looking to the Future: M-learning with the iPad
New Media Consortum
Horizon Report: K-12
Lynda.com Online Training
Association for Talent Development (ATD)