LS808 Creating an App for Learner Success at SAP
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Thursday, March 23
Mobile learning has come of age to address the need for easy-to-access training on the go. Organizations face many challenges from app developers in meeting their specific needs and implementing a solution that meets learners’ needs in a large organization.
This session will share one team’s journey from identifying their learners’ needs for offline and easy access to training to the realization of building mobile learning apps in a large organization. You will examine how to overcome challenges and how to build support and drive adoption for mobile learning. Finally, you will see a demo of their solution and receive guidance on how to begin your mobile learning application development.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to evaluate your readiness for mobile learning application development
- How to define the benefits of a pilot project to gain stakeholder support
- How to overcome challenges of mobile learning application development within a large organization
- About the advantages and disadvantages of working with external developers
- How to describe an effective strategy for driving adoption of mobile learning
Novice to intermediate designers, developers, project managers, managers, and directors.
discussed in this session:
An iOS mobile learning application.
Director, Database and Data Management (DDM) Enablement, Digital Enterprise Platform Group
Sarah King is a director of database and data management (DDM) enablement with the digital enterprise platform group at SAP. She is also a proven leader with a passion for education. During her 15-year career as an education leader, Sarah has gained experience managing mid-sized teams, leading the development of mobile eLearning applications, and developing and delivering global training programs.
Senior Director, SAP HANA Academy
Julie Blaufuss is a senior director of HANA Academy at SAP. For 20 years, she has helped hundreds of organizations and thousands of individual users be successful in understanding and employing technology. As a consultant, Julie worked with companies of all sizes across multiple industries to design, develop, and implement software for business performance and analysis. Most recently, as part of the SAP HANA Academy, she enables an ecosystem of customers, partners, and colleagues to learn, grow, and innovate with SAP technology through online learning and hands-on experiences.