701 BYOD: Make and Take 5 Innovative Microlearning AR Experiences
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Wednesday, June 27
You’ve seen some amazing augmented reality experiences, and you want to get started right now on a project of your own. But designing, developing, and delivering an AR experience often takes months and cost thousands of dollars. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could do it for free? And do it today? What if you could make and test your own AR experiences to share with your stakeholders right now?
In this session, you’ll create five innovative microlearning AR experiences. You’ll use a fully functional trial version of an online authoring tool to create your experiences. You’ll make a “get-to-know-me” contact trigger and add your professional contact info, LinkedIn profile, and conversation starters/interests. This trigger can be added to your conference badge to facilitate conversations. You’ll also make a book launchpad trigger, where you can add author videos, summaries, digital versions, and more to a trigger of your favorite book. You’ll make three more AR experiences, plus access many more ideas, samples, and even source files that you can modify for your own projects.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to create an AR experience of your own in minutes
- How to make a great learning and user experience
- Three design principles you should use when designing microlearning AR experiences
- The easiest and fastest ways to get people excited about AR
Designers and developers.
Technology discussed in this session:
Primarily Zappar. We’ll also use PowerPoint to create a saved image
Laptop (Mac/Windows) with internet access, mobile device with Zappar app installed (use free trial ZapWorks account).
Providence St. Joseph Health
Johnny Hamilton, a multimedia specialist at Providence St. Joseph Health, has developed multiple augmented reality experiences. He is an experienced learning content developer, manager, instructional designer, and credentialed teacher with extensive experience in online professional development and project management. Johnny is an expert in course authoring platforms and has developed style guidelines/templates, system/standardization processes, and innovative award-winning content. He holds design certifications in UX, microlearning, gamification, story-based and virtual training, and instructional design. He was a recipient of the 2016 Learning! Champions High Performer award.
Sr. Learning Designer
Providence St. Joseph Health
Joshua Ratliff, a senior learning designer at Providence St. Joseph Health, is a seasoned instructional designer, technology specialist, and content developer with more than eight years of experience in the corporate learning field. Joshua specializes in multimodality learning concepts and holds certifications in several areas, including adult learning, storytelling for designers, advanced instructional design, UX, and prototyping. He currently works to design fun, innovative learning experiences through technologies like augmented reality, microlearning, or video that directly impacts the work of healthcare providers and in turn helps raise the bar in making healthy communities and best patient care a reality.