EME204 Mobile Performance Support Options for Non-programmers
1:15 PM - 2:00 PM Thursday, November 17
Expo Hall—Emerging Tech Stage
Realistically, there are multiple ways a mobile performance support app can be built, all with their own benefits and drawbacks. Depending on a developer’s skill level, there are several options such as building a custom app, using your company’s or client’s existing infrastructure, or building a website and packaging it into an app.
In this session, you will address the need to create a mobile performance support option that is easy to access and easy to use. The session will cover possible solutions for mobile performance support that anyone who is “slightly techie,” but not a programmer, can build. You’ll also look at solutions for individuals or small teams that require less development effort.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to recognize when a performance support tool may benefit your learning audience
- How technology is changing the way companies provide performance support
- About barriers to success when implementing your solution
- Tips to get started developing a PS solution
- How you can use an app to make information more accessible
Novice to advanced designers, developers, project managers, and managers.
discussed in this session:
Popular tools used to develop mobile PS, such as Appy Pie.
Laptops and/or mobile devices.
Boise State University
Quincy Conley is an assistant professor in the department of organization performance and workplace learning at Boise State University. Quincy has worked as a dedicated instructional designer, eLearning developer, and project manager for over 15 years while working in industries such as health care, finance, engineering, and technology. Quincy is also the founder of the iPerform research lab, where he leads a team dedicated to exploring the impact of innovative eLearning and other instructional solutions to create interactive learning experiences, such as augmented-reality mobile performance support systems.
eLearning Instructional Designer
Bravo Learning Technologies
Bethany Daniels is an eLearning instructional design consultant for Bravo Learning Technologies. She is also a graduate student at Boise State University working on an MS degree in organizational performance and workplace learning. Bethany has experience teaching in the secondary-level classroom, as well as web/graphic design experience. Bethany regularly partners with large organizations to offer expertise with instructional design and eLearning solutions that can help meet their learning and performance needs.