311 B.Y.O.L.: Build a Mobile Role-play in an Hour with ZebraZapps
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Tuesday, June 24
Research shows that only 20 percent of corporate learning happens during formal training, regardless of the delivery modality. However, 70 percent of learning occurs during on the job experiences. One way of bringing more job experience into formal training is through online role-play simulations. The challenge most organizations have is a belief that simulations are too expensive, take too long to build, or require skill sets we cannot support.
In this hands-on session participants will learn how to build a complex and effective role-play that will run on a mobile device using ZebraZapps. You will explore how easily the simulation can be built by creating your own in 60 minutes. You will leave this session with the tools, content, and media to make simulation-based learning a reality for your organization.
In this session, you will learn:
- An overview of ZebraZapps
- The components of an effective role play
- How to build a role-play from scratch using ZebraZapps
- How to publish the app for mobile delivery
Novice to advanced designers, developers, and managers.
in this session:
Laptop with Internet access.
Co-founder & Strategic Relationship Manager
Steve Lee, a co-founder and strategic relationship manager at Allen Interactions, has been in the eLearning industry for 20 years as an award-winning instructional designer, eLearning developer, project manager, and renowned “trusted advisor,” assisting companies developing their own internal learning development teams. He developed multiple large-scale military aviation eLearning projects before starting Allen Interactions with Michael Allen in 1993. As a college professor of computer science for more than 15 years, Steve has developed and instructed curriculum on hardware, gaming, and information security, and he is considered an expert in the use of multiple delivery platforms, game theory, and social networking in eLearning.