Float Mobile Learning experts will be facilitating a number of sessions at mLearnCon in San Jose, California.
Scott McCormick - Tuesday, June 18, 10:45-11:45 a.m.
Participants in this session will see real-world strategies and implementation of mobile learning. You will be able to see and discuss the many challenges and opportunities that arise when undertaking an mLearning project. You’ll learn ten mLearning essentials that will allow you to become better equipped to anticipate and face the host of obstacles that will undoubtedly arise from the key challenges in your organization.
Chad Udell - Tuesday, June 18, 1-2 p.m.
This session will show you how to create “tappable” mobile learning prototypes at any stage of the design and development process with no programming required. You will learn how to prototype to save time and how to leverage existing design skills to create new types of deliverables.
Chad Udell - Tuesday, June 18, 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Participants in this session will learn about mobile design and development in the context of creating best-of-breed mobile experiences, while leveraging superior user-interface design and development techniques. You’ll get an outline of a framework of four content types that gives a solid grounding in the exciting possibilities for learning using mobile phones, tablets, and other devices. The session focuses on creating solutions that increase organizational performance, no matter the content type or instructional need.
Gary Woodill, Ed.D. - Wednesday, June 1, 1-2 p.m.
Participants in this session will discuss the concepts of big data, cloud computing, and content curation, and will look at some of the approaches and tools for dealing with information for learning and development purposes. You’ll use your smartphones or tablets to work on content-curation exercises that illustrate the skills needed to be an effective learning-content curator. Case studies will show how some training departments are using a big-data approach to produce learning analytics for their executives. You’ll see some new apps that use corporate data for knowledge discovery, visual insights, predictive analytics, and sentiment analysis.
Source: eLearning Guild