This Week in mLearning Podcast – Video in #mLearning [Episode 4]

Welcome episode #4 of our new podcast entitled “This Week in mLearning.” In this episode, Robert and I talk Adobe CS6, Google Drive and the impact of Video in mLearning, as well as SceneChat, the Khan Academy, the Flipped Classroom and more.

Below is a summary of topics we discussed this week.

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  • Highlights of the week
  • a.Adobe Creative Suite (CS6). Successful launch, new features, the importance of these features as well as cloud computing for mLearning, and some drawbacks. You can also find more information here: “The New Adobe Creative Suite (CS6) is a Sign of the Mobile Times” by RJ Jacquez.
  • Also, some apps like Photoshop Touch, Adobe Proto, Adobe Ideas, Adobe Collage and Adobe Kuler and some thoughts about Adobe Captivate missing from Adobe Creative Suite.
  • b- Google Drive: online cloud storage and file sync service to be used across different devices.
  • c- Samsung was crowned as the king of mobile handsets and some impressions about Windows phone.
  • The video revolution: some stats
  • Best practices and current use of video in mLearning
  • Overview of video encryption and secure video transmission
  • Video optimization and bookmarking across devices
  • SceneChat: making videos more interactive
  • Khan Academy (iPad app), the Flipped Classroom and TED-ed lessons: video-based education
  • Apps of the week: Hype (desktop authoring tool that allows you to develop and output HTML5-based interactions) and iA Writer.

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  • JoshCav

    RJ-
    Great podcast. I was surprised to hear Robert’s opinion that mobile video is taking a backseat to other tools. There’s going to be a dramatic shift towards employee generated video content once learning metadata platforms are updated. The Learning Resource Metadata Initiative (www.lrmi.net) is going to play a part in this. I believe that there’s too much knowledge walking out the door and learning organizations will find ways to tag and capture it. Huge culture shifts towards tribal learning ahead. Video content creation will continue to accelerate.Cheers!Josh

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