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Introduction to MicroLearning and Mobile learning

  1. 1. African Virtual University Conference 2015 Gregor Cholewa, CTO at KnowledgeFox (Vienna) Mobile Knowledge Lab (Linz) and Research Studios Austria – Studio MINE (Salzburg)
  2. 2. Objectives: Introduction to MicroLearning and Mobile Learning • Understand principles and benefits of MicroLearning and mobile learning • Gain hands-on-experience with authoring and testing of learning cards • Learn about use cases and success criteria for the introduction of MicroLearning / mobile learning • Understand how to measure learning activity and knowledge levels • See how you can start mobile learning / MicroLearning at your institution 2
  3. 3. Agenda Zeit Programmpunkt 8:00 – 8:20 Welcome and Introductions 8:20 – 8:45 Introduction to MicroLearning and mobile learning 8:45 - 9:00 Testing of MicroLearning on smart phone, tablet and PC 9:00 – 9:25 Course structure and authoring of learning cards 9:25 – 9:45 Testing of learning cards, giving feedback, improving quality 9:45 – 10:00 Use Cases and success criteria for the implementation 10:00 – 10:10 Measuring learning activity and knowledge levels 10:10 – 10:20 Mobile MicroLearning for Open Education 10:20 – 10:30 Miscellaneous, Feedback 3
  4. 4. Mobile Learning and MicroLearning for Education Reinforce learning curriculum and support test prep Gregor Cholewa
  5. 5. Higher Education Onboarding and Continuing Training in Corporations Publishers and Training Outfits References
  6. 6. The challenge: How to overcome the inefficiencies of classroom training?
  7. 7. How to support learners better to access information when they need it?
  8. 8. How can mobile phones make knowledge build-up more effective? 8
  9. 9. This is how we started in 2004
  10. 10. #1: Small bites are more easy to digest 10
  11. 11. „A repeated stimulus lowers the risk to forget“ Eric Kandel, Nobel Price in medicine 2000 Hippocampus #2: Repetition ensures sustained knowledge build-up
  12. 12. #3: Questions are powerful to induce learning 12
  13. 13. #4: Push motivates regular and successful learning 13
  14. 14. KnowledgePulse: App for Smartphone, Tablet and PC, WWW • Informs users about new content • Playful question based learning • Immediate feedback and personalized repetition • Just in time access throuh index and search • Tracks results and user feedback WWW
  15. 15. 5 Moments of Learning Need • When Learning for the First Time • When Wanting to Learn More • When Trying to Apply and/or Remember • When Something Goes Wrong • When Something Changes Source: Dr. Conrad Gottfredson, 15 Performance Support:
  16. 16. Knowledge Cards: Easy to Create, Universal to Use Oil Drilling Public Administration Schools
  17. 17. Native apps for online und offline learning at the pace of the individual learner!
  18. 18. Plus a customizable WebClient to embed the learning experience into your existing online offering
  19. 19. 19 WebClient with Responsive design • Learning cards can be used immediately – from your Website or Intranet • Integrate learning cards in your Intranet and provide a preview of content • Works with all Web Browsers • No download required • Link to a course can be easily shared and promoted
  20. 20. Personalized repetition to ensure a sustained knowledge build-up 20
  21. 21. Push: The next question comes for sure... • Push instead of pull • Learner controls the configuration of learning reminders
  22. 22. Hint / Explanation Can include formatted text, images, video and hyperlinkgs Expand knowledge with hint and explanation
  23. 23. Index and Search 23
  24. 24. 24 Expand and improve learning content – With the feedback and contribution of the learners
  25. 25. 25 Easily create and manage learning content
  26. 26. Client app WebClient Administration interface Easy learning Easy integration e.g., in LMS/website Easy content authoring and measuring of learning progress KnowledgePulse solution
  27. 27. 27 • Better use of classroom time: not for knowledge acquisition and repetition • Good acceptance among students: saves time, motivates to learn • Create and update learning content easily • Get clear visibility of learning activity and knowledge build-up of your students • Identify knowledge gaps that need to be addressed Key Benefits
  28. 28. Do you want to test KnowledgePulse? 28 Download from App Store / Google Play or or test the WebClient at
  29. 29. Coming soon: KnowledgeMatch 29
  30. 30. DI(FH) Gregor Cholewa
  31. 31. Mobile Learning for Open Education – KnowledgePulse Offering for Public schools and universities who wish to offer their content as OERs Gregor Cholewa
  32. 32. Mobile MicroLearning for Open Education • Available for organizations participating in AVU Conference 2015 and offering their content as OERs • Hosted service • No license fees • Unlimited number of users • Professional service and support with academic pricing 32
  33. 33. Service Costs per University / School Initial Costs Cost in EURO Setup and design adaptation („Skinning“) 950,- / institution Certification for nominated contacts including 2 x two hours training via WebEx 245,- / Contact 33 Operating Costs Server maintenance and security, software updates, backups 945,- / Semester 3rd Level support for certified contacts 925,- / Semester
  34. 34. DI(FH) Gregor Cholewa