Presentation on theme: "Developing the Mobile Learning Business London, 24 September 2001 Mark Watkinson e-Learning Principal, IBM Region North (c) Copyright IBM Corp. 2001 m-"— Presentation transcript:
Developing the Mobile Learning Business London, 24 September 2001 Mark Watkinson e-Learning Principal, IBM Region North (c) Copyright IBM Corp. 2001 m- Learning @ IBM "Using mobile technology as part of an integrated/blended learning model"
Education in the 21st Century è Technology has revolutionized business - now it will revolutionize learning è Anywhere - Anytime - Anyone è Just-in-time access to information and knowledge è Higher retention of content through personalized learning è Improved collaboration and interactivity between students
We look at e-Learning as an e-Business application e-LEARNING is defined as a »web-enabled enterprise application, including the entire spectrum from back-end systems to front-end linkages such as learning delivery systems, learning management, and the underlying infrastructure (hardware & software)« In this sense e-LEARNING is an e-business application; content services solutions and services are in scope of this definition "The next big killer application for the Internet is going to be education" (John Chambers) e-LEARNING Application Infrastructure CONTENT e-Business Services Learning Delivery Platform Learning Mgmt Systems Mgmt & Administrative Systems Data / Content Repository Operating Software & Middleware Physical Infrastructure, Networks, Servers, Storage, E/U equipment TECHNOLOGY (Hardware & Software) SERVICES
There has been a lot of talk and hype in the media recently about mobile computing. Have e-commerce and e-learning been superseded by m-commerce and m- learning? The answer is no! Mobile computing is just one component of Pervasive computing - the two things are not separate or distinct, mobile computing is a subset of pervasive computing. m- commerce and m-learning are interesting areas but they should be viewed in the context of pervasive computing. m-learning in Perspective Pervasive computing is a much more human-centric way of accessing information and systems - previous boundaries of file and system incompatibilities are removed - information is presented to you in a timely and appropriate manner where ever you are.
The Technology and Instructional Model Information Transfer Authority- Centered Recipient- Centered Decentralized Centralized Team- Centered Skills Transfer Distribution Technology Interactive Technology Empowered Controlled Collaborative Technology Knowledge Creation/ Exchange Real Work & Learning Indistinguishable Pervasive Computing Pre-Web Now Future Open up time and place for learning Open up time and place for extended operations and improved decision making Data and analysis where and when you need it Personal Devices Community-Centered (real and virtual)
m-learning is still part of the overall blended learning model Basic Blue Managing in New Blue HR Policies & Practices Going Global Coaching Simulator People Productivity Leadership/ Management Competencies Business Conduct Guidelines HR Web Management & Leadership Competency Assessments TeamRoomCustomerRoomLearningSpace Learning Labs Collaborative Learning Interactive Learning Modules, and Simulations Manager QuickViews Managing @IBM Shades of Blue Leadership Competencies (c) Copyright IBM Corp. 2000 Awareness & information Understanding & Practice Group learning from peers/experts Higher order skills and proficiencies
Web Lecture Services gives you the possibility to create your presentation once and distribute it via various channels such as the intranet/internet, download and play, and CD-ROM... Web Lecture Services's is building on its Pervasive Computing Strategy by introducing the newest generation of content delivery that allows you to consume web lectures on handheld devices. Lectures on the Move
Smart Phone Hand-held Companion Personal digital assistant Wireless Wired ))) ((( Mobile Learners l Personal Information Portals l Access to Corporate Learning and Knowledge systems l Messaging, Communication In summary - Learning on the Move