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Spaced Mobile Learning—a New Model for Mobile Learning
Presented by Harvey Singh

Instructional and eLearning designers are being challenged to design and create learning experiences for mobile devices. However, the concept of recreating an eLearning course for mobile devices isn’t going to work very well. You must consider newer approaches to mobile learning design, and this session dives into alternative and more effective ways of delivering learning on mobile devices.

Participants in this session will learn the concept of mobile push notifications, breaking the content into tiny learning bursts, and delivering them repetitively over a longer period. You’ll also dive into the concept of “adaptive learning” to personalize the information delivered to the learner. This newer approach for designing and delivering mobile learning is more cost effective and yields higher job-performance results.

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Web and Mobile Spaced Learning - A New Model for Online Learning

Instancy invites you to a special webinar titled "Web and Mobile Spaced Learning – A New Model for Online Learning" on June 27, 2013 at 1 PM EST. Mr. Harvey Singh will be the speaker for this webinar, he is the CEO and founder of Instancy, a web and mobile learning and knowledge platform and solutions company.

In this webinar, Harvey will talk about the next phase in the evolution of eLearning and  methods like spaced learning to improve learning effectiveness and to open a new realm of possibilities for web and mobile learning.

To join for the webinar, please RSVP by replying to email address info@instancy.com and follow the link on June 27th at 1PM eastern: www.join.me/instancyplatform

We thank you in advance for your participation. 

Warm Regards,
The Instancy Team

Session Description:

Instructional and eLearning designers are being challenged to design and create learning experiences for mobile devices. However, the concept of recreating an eLearning course for mobile devices isn’t going to work very well. You must consider newer approaches to mobile learning design, and this session dives into alternative and more effective ways of delivering learning on the web and mobile devices.

Participants in this session will learn the concept of mobile push notifications, breaking the content into tiny learning bursts, and delivering them repetitively over a longer period. You’ll also dive into the concept of "adaptive learning" to personalize the information delivered to the learner. This newer approach for designing and delivering mobile learning is more cost effective and yields higher job-performance results.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to apply alternative models to learning design
  • Ways to leverage mobile devices to deliver cost-effective learning
  • How to improve retention and job-performance through spaced learning

Audience:
eLearning and Mobile Learning managers, Instructional designers, especially those looking for new models and approaches for mobile learning design, who have a basic knowledge of instructional design, mobile devices (tablets and smartphones), and mobile apps.

Technology discussed in this session:
Web-based asynchronous learning and tablet- and smartphone-based learning.

Spaced Mobile Learning - a New Model for Mobile Learning
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Instructional and eLearning designers are being challenged to design and create learning experiences for mobile devices. However, the concept of recreating an eLearning course for mobile devices isn’t going to work very well. You must consider newer approaches to mobile learning design, and this session dives into alternative and more effective ways of delivering learning on mobile devices.

Participants in this session will learn the concept of mobile push notifications, breaking the content into tiny learning bursts, and delivering them repetitively over a longer period. You’ll also dive into the concept of “adaptive learning” to personalize the information delivered to the learner. This newer approach for designing and delivering mobile learning is more cost effective and yields higher job-performance results.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to apply alternative models to learning design
  • Ways to leverage mobile devices to deliver cost-effective learning
  • How to improve retention and job-performance through spaced learning

Audience:
Instructional designers, especially those looking for new models and approaches for mobile learning design, who have a basic knowledge of instructional design, mobile devices (tablets and smartphones), and mobile apps.

Technology discussed in this session:
Web-based asynchronous learning and tablet- and smartphone-based learning.

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Mobile Learning Hottest Trends
Wednesday, June 20, 2012 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Just like the Internet and the Web transformed online learning in a fundamental way (from stand-alone desktop to a networking paradigm), the spread of mobile and wireless technologies have the potential to transform learning yet again to the next level. How will mobile and wireless technology impact learning and learning management systems?

Participants in this session will explore emerging mobile learning and performance technologies. Key topics addressed include trends in mobile and wireless technology; the use of iPad, iPhone, Android, and other technologies in learning and performance support; and mobile learning applications. You will learn about ways to integrate with business processes, workflows, and business applications; approaches to workplace and personal productivity; methods for blending traditional and mobile learning paradigms, and see case studies in mobile learning and performance.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to add mobile learning and performance to your learning technology toolbox to plan and design mobile learning programs
  • How to select the right mobile and wireless technologies to solve performance and productivity problems
  • The criteria for selecting the right kind of mobile and wireless technology
  • How to differentiate between learning/courseware models and performance support in the mobile technology context
  • Ways to integrate learning and knowledge support with day-to-day tasks and workflows

Technology discussed in this session: Tablet and smartphone (Android or Apple iPhone)

Audience: Intermediate designers, developers, CLOs, and other learning and electronic performance-support designers with a basic understanding of distance learning, instructional design, and electronic performance support.

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Education Technology Learning Summit Teaching & Learning with the iPad
November 16-17, 2012 - Raleigh, North Carolina

Get Expert Training for the use of iPads in your school and organization
Finally, a conference designed for those utilizing iPad technology in their learning environments! This two day conference will provide a much needed and unique experience for all involved in 1:1 and iPad mobile technology initiatives. Two tracks of sessions for Administrators and Instructors guarantee a focus on what you need to know!

Administrators
Learn from school leaders with 2+ years implementing 1:1 iPad initiatives in learning environments

Instructors
Experience development of learning activities with the iPad in the classroom from experienced instructors and students

IT Support
Discover solutions to support large numbers of mobile devices in the education environment

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Mobile Learning Hottest Trends at mLearnCon
Wednesday, June 20, 2012 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Just like the Internet and the Web transformed online learning in a fundamental way (from stand-alone desktop to a networking paradigm), the spread of mobile and wireless technologies have the potential to transform learning yet again to the next level. How will mobile and wireless technology impact learning and learning management systems?

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to add mobile learning and performance to your learning technology toolbox to plan and design mobile learning programs
  • How to select the right mobile and wireless technologies to solve performance and productivity problems
  • The criteria for selecting the right kind of mobile and wireless technology
  • How to differentiate between learning/courseware models and performance support in the mobile technology context
  • Ways to integrate learning and knowledge support with day-to-day tasks and workflows
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Harvey Singh to present with Nasreen Rahim and Dr. Abdie Tabrizi on creating mobile Apps for a college course.
San Jose, CA :: June 13, 14, 15, 2012

This conference focuses on Community College faculty, staff, and administrators engaged (or interested) in online education including delivery of online services such as student, faculty, library,
and technical support.

Session tracks to include:

  • Faces of Online Teaching - Have you developed a new approach to teaching online or solving an issue with online education? Software use, ideas for assignments/activities, philosophies, and other ideas that build community and relationships in online course environments. Here's the track for you to share your accomplishments.
  • Universal Access - Accessibility, learning styles, etc.
  • Online Teaching Effective Practices - Teaching practices that work
  • Support Services & Resources - Student Services, Library Services, Instructional Design and Faculty Services, and other Teaching/Learning Resources
  • Technology Innovation - Creative use of social media, mobile devices, new products and releases
  • Leadership, Planning & Evaluation - Online learning program issues, authentication, regulations, policies, and strategies
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Bringing Mobile Learning to Your Institution
Houston, TX :: February 20 - 22, 2012

Mobile devices are increasingly popular on college campuses and are becoming more functional as access to high bandwidth grows. Using portable mobile learning devices like tablets (iPads, Amazon Fire, Android, etc.) and smartphones (iPhones, Androids, etc.), students are capable of accessing educational content, activities, and services from anywhere and at any time.

Join us at this working conference to examine the decisions that need to be made when building and implementing m-learning and when creating interactive and collaborative learning activities for use on mobile devices. Participants will develop planning guidelines framed around six key areas:

  • Objectives
  • Audience
  • Budget
  • Instructional strategies
  • Stakeholders
  • Technology
 
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Blended Learning Revisited Webinar
Starts: Tuesday July 26, 2011, 11:00AM EDT

Ends: Tuesday July 26, 2011, 12:00PM EDT

Training managers, elearning designers, instructional designers, training and education institution directors
Website: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/pro10nu_443/join?id=INS-HARVEY&role=attend&pw=INSTANCY123

Blended Learning has become more exciting with many more tools like social media, collaboration, and mobile web being through into the mix.

In the past, learning has been predominantly delivered in one delivery mode or the other – it was either all classroom-based or it was all self-paced online in the form of WBT. But the evolution of best-practices, methodologies, technologies (including computers, web, and mobile devices), and multiple delivery options are increasingly pointing us toward a blended solution.

This meeting unfolds the latest cutting edge thinking on the topic of Blended Learning. Some the issues to be explored include: What is Blended Learning? What are we blending? Why blend? How to blend? What is the future of blending?

After this presentation, participants will be able to:

Define the notion of blended learning and its different dimensions Define the notion of reusability, learning objects, and virtual e-Learning within the context of Blended Learning Apply criteria for selection of different modalities of learning within a blended learning program Apply the benefits and learning effectiveness criteria to create a business case for blended learning Visualize examples of Blended Learning, Performance support and productivity improvements.

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