Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Embracing mobile devices, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- Welcome to Training Tips Weekly.…I'm Chris Mattia, and I'm here to help you enhance…the design, creation, and delivery…of your instructional materials,…and this week we're talking about embracing mobile devices.…Mobile devices, such as smartphones, tablets,…and ultra-portable laptops, have always…been great content consumption devices,…but as these devices have evolved,…many of the latest mobile devices…are arguably as capable, if not more capable,…as content creation devices…than many low to mid-range desktops or laptops.…
Most students and teachers have some kind of mobile device,…be it a smartphone or tablet, running iOS, Android,…or perhaps another platform.…So if we're going to encourage the use of these devices,…what could we do with them?…In this movie, I want to explore some examples…of how mobile devices can be incorporated…into the design, creation, and delivery…of your instructional materials.…Now first of all, we can use them…to share content with our classes.…
Nearly every face-to-face classroom…and conference room these days…
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