307 Can I Get That Training To Go, Please?
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Tuesday, June 24
The use of smart phones, tablets, and the apps they utilize has grown quickly in the corporate space. These devices provide educators and developers with an exciting new way of reaching audiences, but the skills needed to develop mobile-learning programs are very different from those for desktop-based eLearning. How much knowledge and expertise is required to develop mLearning?
In this session you will explore practical iOS app development. You’ll learn how to create apps without using a Macintosh and without needing to learn a great deal of code. You’ll discover various ways to deploy mobile training, you’ll create a basic app during the session, and learn which materials are best suited for these new platforms. You will leave with an understanding of how to create mLearning materials, where mLearning has come from and where it may be going, and how to develop iOS apps.
In this session, you will learn:
- A brief overview of mLearning
- How to develop iOS apps without using a Mac
- Best practices for creating mobile training
- Various ways to create apps
Novice designers and developers.
discussed in this session:
Flash, Captivate, and the Apple Developer program.
Stephen Calhoun, a multimedia developer with Tecksoft Ventures, has 10 years’ experience designing courses and creating online training. Much has changed in those 10 years, and he continues to expand his skill set by adopting new software and attending national conferences. Stephen works primarily with Captivate, Camtasia, Articulate, Lectora, and Flash developing simulations, quizzes, and interactions. His background includes instructional design and eLearning ranging from interactive SCORM-compliant training courses to short animations. He has managed multiple learning- management systems and integrated thousands of new users to access required training.