Earlier this month, I had the privilege of presenting a Training Magazine webinar with Lance Dublin and my colleague at Sify, Shailesh Joshi. This webinar was aimed at providing clarity on how to go about building mobile learning solutions for enterprises. With so many tools and vendors out there in the market, it can be quite daunting for the training department to separate the marketing spin from the facts and best practices.
Specifically, I covered topics around low-cost approaches to mobile learning using tools that are not primarily meant for mobile learning! I recommended this strategy as a means to get the project off the ground and gather valuable user feedback on the relevance of mobile learning. Shailesh always tells me that mobile learning should evolve and should not be treated as a project with well-defined boundaries and I completely agree with him.
I also spoke about using principles of Rapid Prototyping (check out Scott Klemmer’s course on Human-Computer Interaction available free on Coursera for some clever approaches to rapid prototyping). Click the Like button if you find it useful!