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Converting eLearning to mLearning

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Presentation highlights 4 steps to help you go through the process of converting eLearning to mLearning.

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Converting eLearning to mLearning

  1. 1. CONVERTING eLEARING mLEARNING . ”.‘. "°E
  2. 2. § >‘‘3., . . . gs ’ / According to Technavio's recent report, titled ‘Global Corporate mLearning Market 20 I 5-20 I 9', the global corporate mLearning market is expected to grow at a CAGR of l5.05% over the period 20I4-20 I 9. . ,:, _‘ _ / /2..
  3. 3. This growth is fueled by multiple factors: - Increasing dependency on mobile devices - Rise of mobile computing ~ Growing mobile workforce - Increasing adoption of mobile devices in workplace learning ' gt/ »r; ;z: ;g: . , - 3’: ' , I " -“‘: ‘r ‘ “ 3 r: « = H '1 il, ‘ - ‘ l l-- «v fix 'g--: 3 3 — -»‘ k —. = ow‘ _ _ ' l. ‘r ' ‘ ‘ V . . n 7" N I r, * l {L / I, W ups: L E A R N
  4. 4. More and more organizations are planning to ‘mobilize’ their ‘existing’ learning content. "r r , .c~
  5. 5. So how do you convert legacy etearning to ml. ..ea. ming? ’ " . ”.'? §l‘? .‘E
  6. 6. A. Understand that mLearning ‘eLearning on mobile’ l is not
  7. 7. is not A. Understand that mLearning ‘eLearning on mobile’ Squeezing the content meant for desktop/ laptop viewing onto a small smartphone screen leads to a diminished learning experience
  8. 8. V, ‘ ‘~-. .,_ "x If _ -. _~§-' . A’l I _ _‘ § -' '9 ' . ‘.4. _ 5 ' fr-_ ‘ . 1 . -. . —§ «T - , .--4; . .__ J . . B. Account for the context of learning it ll
  9. 9. : Rx‘. ._ If ‘ ’. . ‘~' 5 7‘ . ~. E- ' ' _- ‘ 7 7 4: _ ; ';rl. . - ‘ 5 T B. Account for the context of learning “ fig‘ Think how the learning will be consumed with res ect to the | earner’s location, time, goals to be accomplis ed, and mood/ attitude at the moment of learning ll
  10. 10. Q 3.1 Q C. Consider the affordances of mobile devices . '-:1. _v A| *' rlu . l l . .l . . y r r , ~ r
  11. 11. L, ) ' . _ l L. ,_. ‘_; _; ‘L / ‘_ I ‘L / T u / / 2 ~ Q 3.1 Q C. Consider the affordances of mobile devices M Think how the various available features can be used in an optimum way to create interactive and engaging mLearning solutions _v A| *' rlu . l l . .l . . y r r , ~ r
  12. 12. ‘IT Content 8: Context if r’/74/~2e« g g‘ D. Think about Performance support too
  13. 13. D. Think about Performance support too See how the mLeamlng solution can be embedded in the work process such that the learning is accessed in the context of the work flow and helps solve a specific business problem 4"? V I I ‘" --- . V ‘ L_ / A z. -— = =—-'. :.'Z'*; '.: ;_-Ea-
  14. 14. A. Narrow down the target devices
  15. 15. A. Narrow down the target devices Decide if you want the learning material to be available on tablets only or on smartphones as well rTT I. I ‘ €
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  17. 17. Z ’T: "—; f)‘ — . B. Choose the development approach accordingly For tablet-only output, mEnablement can be used. It is relatively easy, and with many tablets having display areas similar to desktop PCs, content repurposing is often minimal
  18. 18. T J B. Choose the development approach accordingly ‘_ T G T ‘ ‘ f: For tablet-only output, mEnab| ement can be used. It is relatively easy, and with many tablets having display areas similar to desktop PCs. content repurposing is often minimal For tablet and smartphone compatible output, ifs; content will have to be chunked again, (re)storyboarded, ‘ and (re)visualized keeping in mind the interaction model, screen space available on different devices etc.
  19. 19. Offline Availability A. Think about off-coverage areas
  20. 20. A. Think about off-coverage areas To help learners access learning with limited Internet access the content can be made available offline either through an LMS with its own offline player or through course apps which can send data to the LMS "u: >s*T: “£ . / T ‘T T
  21. 21. 3 Offline Avai| a‘bility ?
  22. 22. 0" u" ti “ ' B. Decide on the type of app ®‘ Choose between native or hybrid apps, 4 T» depending on the company's policies (BYOD vs. providing devices to staff)
  23. 23. A. Determine whether you need to develop new content or convert the existing D T“ _'. «' I-if” , : . ’ Y -
  24. 24. A. Determine whether you need to develop new content or convert the existing There is a long list of authoring tools that can both help convert the legacy content and which can also be ‘KT. used to develop new, mEnabled content for delivery ‘1 to iPads and tablets _'. «' I-if” , : . ’ Y -
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  26. 26. If going down the ‘conversion’ route. choose authoring tools from Adobe Captivate 7, Lectora Inspire, Articulate Storyline etc. which are capable of converting Flash-based eLearning into HTML5 *; "lHl QT ‘
  27. 27. Summing Up With the ever growing adoption of mobile devices for workplace learning, eLearning to mLearning conversion will soon become a question of ‘when’ rather than ‘if’. So, are you ready to convert your legacy eLearning to mobile learning yet? V TE“ iv’?
  28. 28. If you liked this presentation, be sure to check out our other great resources. eBook Responsive LMS- All about Selection & Implementation Case Study Improving employee eLearning participation with a blended Learning Management Solution (LMS) Infographic Game vs Game-based Learning vs Gamification "UPSlDE LEARNING
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