Week 2 is a very busy one, this was my third activity and there’s also another one to come! In my previous post the topic was to create a Quizlet activity. Now, the third one is to create our first mobile RLO that stands for Reusable Learning Object by using Winksite. Continue reading W2. Create a mobile RLO with Winksite
In my previous post, the idea was to reflect about if I have the mobile learning competencies and skills needed. The first task for week 2 was convert a Power Point presentation into a Youtube video. Continue reading W2. Convert your Power Point into a Youtube video
I’m one of the students of the MOOC Instructional Design for Mobile Learning (#ID4ML) and the first task is to ask ourselves if we have the competencies to face the change of habit to mobile learning environments.
At the very beginning I was eager to say “YES! of course” as I’m Instructional Designer and I’ve been in the elearning industry for a while. We should assume that according to that experience I should have the competencies needed. Or maybe not?
So before answering the question I asked myself, “why don’t you do some research about what are those competencies linked to mobile instructional learning environments?”. Just in case to proof I’m not wrong. Continue reading W1 Reflection. Mobile Learning Competencies and Change #ID4ML
En el post anterior hablábamos de herramientas para crear materiales elearning responsivos. Entre las herramientas de autor mencioné Adobe Captivate 8 como una posible herramienta. Después de mencionarla en el post pensé que ya era hora crear mi propio ejemplo de material elearning responsivo creado con Adobe Captivate 8. Continue reading Elearning responsivo con Adobe Captivate 8