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"Transforming your learning strategy with a mobile LMS" - presentation slides

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"Transforming your learning strategy with a mobile LMS" - presentation slides

  1. 1. Transforming your learning strategy with a mobile LMS Garfield Bolt Inside Sales Representative Scott Tompkins Mobile Development Manager
  2. 2. Agenda • Introduction • Mobile Technology Challenges • Content Challenges and Solutions • Case Study: Finnair Flight Academy
  3. 3. Introduction
  4. 4. Great Potential! Global consumers have smartphones Global consumers have tablets 0 10 78% 54% 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
  5. 5. …but progress is slow No Mobile Interaction with learning 0 10 75% 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 50% 25% Limited access to learning material via mobile web browsers only No formal mobile learning strategy, but working on one
  6. 6. Main Barriers Organizations: Security 51% 37% 31% Organizations: Content Creation Organizations: Bandwidth / Connectivity 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
  7. 7. Time for a poll
  8. 8. Learning Content 2017 What level of mobile accessibility does your organization’s content have? Not accessible via mobile Available via mobile app/apps Built with responsive/adaptive design to work on any mobile device Both responsive and available via apps
  9. 9. Mobile Technology Challenges
  10. 10. Mobile Technology Challenges Platform (LMS/LCMS/LRS) SCORM AICC xAPI Desktop Web Browser Online/Offline Native App Laptop Tablet Phone Windows OSX iOS Android Learning Content Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  11. 11. Mobile Technology Challenges Platform (LMS/LCMS/LRS) SCORM AICC xAPI Desktop Web Browser Online/Offline Native App Laptop Tablet Phone Windows OSX iOS Android Learning Content Security Configurability EndUserExperience LMS Support
  12. 12. Mobile Technology Solutions NetDimensions Talent Suite (Web UI) Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  13. 13. Mobile Technology Solutions NetDimensions Talent Slate (Native App) Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  14. 14. Mobile Technology Solutions NetDimensions Talent Suite (Web UI) Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  15. 15. Mobile Technology Solutions NetDimensions Talent Slate (Native App) Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  16. 16. Mobile Technology Solutions NetDimensions Talent Slate (Native App) Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  17. 17. Mobile Technology Solutions NetDimensions Talent Slate (Native App) Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  18. 18. Mobile Technology Solutions NetDimensions Talent Slate (Native App) Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  19. 19. Mobile Technology Solutions NetDimensions Talent Slate (Native App) Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  20. 20. Mobile Technology Solutions NetDimensions Talent Suite • ISO 27001 Certification • Client Data Compartmentalization • Transactional Security • Encrypted Data Backups • Regular Penetration Testing Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  21. 21. Mobile Technology Solutions NetDimensions Talent Slate • AES-256 Encryption of downloaded Courses, Assessments, Reference Resources and Certifications • Configurable Offline Accessibility Time Frame • Configurable Idle Timeout • However, implement a Mobile Device Management (MDM) Policy for maximum security. • NetDimensions provides its customers free-of-charge access to Enterprise Distribution binaries for all supported platforms for distribution over their MDM solution. Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  22. 22. Mobile Technology Solutions Security Best Practices Use SSL for all company web content Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  23. 23. Mobile Technology Solutions Security Best Practices Implement a Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution to: • Ensure devices are PIN/password protected • Remotely wipe lost/stolen devices • Control custom app distribution • Ensure devices are up-to-date with latest operating system Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  24. 24. Mobile Technology Solutions Security Best Practices Custom App Recommendations • Be judicious in what sensitive information (if any) is stored on the local device, as opposed to only accessible while online. • Encrypt local content using AES-128 or better (per HIPAA guidelines) Security Configurability EndUserExperience
  25. 25. LMS should: • Provide a responsive and skinnable UI for mobile devices • Support all major course communication protocols: AICC, SCORM 1.2/2004, xAPI • Provide a native mobile application, supporting all your target platforms, with offline capabilities • Provide SSL Access and best-in-class, rigorously penetration-tested security
  26. 26. Features to look for in a native mobile application: • Cross Platform Support • Content Encryption (AES-128+) • Enterprise Distribution options via MDM • Configurability • Skinning/Branding • Custom Content • Offline Features
  27. 27. Ask the audience
  28. 28. Time for a poll
  29. 29. There is no mobile interaction with mobile learning at this time There is limited access to learning material via mobile web browsers only We have a limited amount of mobile- ready material available via apps, web pages and/or portals Most or all of our learning material is mobile-ready via apps, web pages and/or apps Learners can access a majority of our material via mobile web browsers only 24.7% 35.0% 17.5% 9.8% 10.8% Mobile Learning 2016 Current Approach to Mobile Learning (n=194) 2.1%Other
  30. 30. Content Challenges and Solutions
  31. 31. Content Challenges Platform (LMS/LCMS/LRS) SCORM AICC xAPI Desktop Web Browser Online/Offline Native App Laptop Tablet Phone Windows OSX iOS Android Learning Content Security Configurability EndUserExperience Content Support
  32. 32. What does Mobile mean to you?
  33. 33. ...while the laptop/tablet convergence might indicate the need to focus design in that space, true mobility is still predicated on a mobile device you can drop into your pocket or bag, and designing for mobile should start there, not with the tablet. - David Wentworth “Right-sizing Mobile Learning” 2014 “ ”
  34. 34. www.gomolearning.com
  35. 35. New Content • New content should be designed to a responsive “mobile first” approach • Create short “bite-sized” learning opportunities • Videos (10 minutes or less)
  36. 36. Existing Content • Create brief assessments, minimal “off device” work • Use larger fonts (at least 14 point) • Make buttons and interactions large • Limit forms and complex fields or interactions • Ensure audio is not required to consume content
  37. 37. What will and won't work on a phone screen? What works well… • Text & image-heavy content • Short, bite-sized learning modules • Videos What might not be appropriate… • Computer Software Simulation • Content truly dependent on highly intricate diagrams or ancillary learning materials to effectively convey a learning objective.
  38. 38. Case Study: Finnair Flight Academy
  39. 39. Program Overview
  40. 40. “One of the main reasons we chose the NetDimensions platform was the ability to deliver training to the various devices the pilot community uses. - Mikko Salminen, Managing Director - Finnair Flight Academy “ ”
  41. 41. “NetDimensions Learning allows us to create a robust solution to deliver and manage learning regardless of the device in hand. - Mikko Salminen, Managing Director - Finnair Flight Academy “ ”
  42. 42. Ask the audience
  43. 43. Thank you garfield.bolt@netdimensions.com

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