MoodleMoot 2013 Canada Mobile Learning: A User Experience Perspective, by Paul Hibbitts

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1. Mobile Learning and the User Experience

1.1. Mobile learning

1.2. False assumptions of being mobile

1.3. User experience (UX) and usability

1.4. The Kano model

2. Mobile Has Already Left the Station

2.1. "Mobile First"

2.2. The elements of a multi-screen world

2.3. Mobile first Responsive Web Design with Twitter Bootstrap

2.4. My viewpoint: multi-screen, multi-platform delivery

3. Intro

3.1. Why this talk?

3.2. Topics for today

3.3. Mobile learning poll

4. Wrap-up

4.1. Summary

4.2. Where to next?

4.3. Contact details

5. Please Do Touch the Glass

5.1. Not just for mobile anymore

5.2. Device interactions with touchscreen notebooks

5.3. Fat fingers, all thumbs, and device posture

5.4. My viewpoint: supporting touch

6. The Importance of Emotion

6.1. The importance of emotion

6.2. Mobile device activities and emotion

6.3. Making experiences more enjoyable

6.4. My viewpoint: not just useful but also enjoyable

7. A Changed Perspective on Blended Learning

7.1. Blended learning

7.2. Five moments of learning need

7.3. Evolution of blended learning

7.4. My viewpoint: mobile access and blended learning