308 Make the Move to Multi-device Learning in 10 Easy Steps
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Tuesday, June 24
Making the move to mobile can be overwhelming. There are many obstacles organizations fear that give them pause about making the shift. Some organizations doubt they have the budget, design, and delivery skills, or even the devices required to support multi-device delivery. The good news is that most of the perceived obstacles to making the move to multi-device learning can actually be easily overcome.
In this session you will learn the ten simple steps you can follow to get started with multi-device learning and explore the how and the why of each step along the way. You will learn what many mobile technology terms mean in the context of learning, and you will leave this session with an outline for taking action on each step along with case examples that show what success looks like.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to plan a successful move to mobile
- The difference between mobile web and native apps
- How to distribute mobile learning and what to do about bring your own device (BYOD)
- How to choose a mobile-authoring tool
- What you need to know and do to be a responsive designer
Novice and intermediate designers, project managers, managers, and executives with an understanding of instructional design.
Technology discussed in this session:
Smartphones, tablets, and mobile authoring tools.
Director of Learning
Imogen Casebourne, in her role as director of learning at LEO, works with the learning design team to ensure that LEO’s learning solutions remain cutting edge and evidence-based. Imogen plays a key role in LEO’s thought leadership program and is closely involved with LEO’s Civil Service Learning (CSL) partnership; her work with CSL was recognized at the 2013 E-Learning Age Awards. Imogen is an expert in the field of learning technologies and is currently studying part-time for a doctorate in education at Oxford University with a focus on the use of mobile technology. Imogen has designed solutions for tablets and smartphones and led the team that won gold for Best Use of Mobile Learning at the E-Learning Awards in 2012.
Sherry Archer heads up the sales and solutions consultants’ team at Epic’s New York office, where she has helped establish Epic as a real presence in North America. Sherry has a passion for both training and technology, and knowledge of a wide range of learning solutions, including eLearning and learning platforms.