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Headliner Session  Day 2   4:20pm - 4:50pm

 

 
Connor O'Keefe, Manager Interactive Learning - DEEWR
Connor O’Keefe was born in Sydney, Australia, the same year that Mad Max 2 hit the big screen. Educated at a number of different schools and universities, including some where he actually learnt a thing or two. Connor spent his teenage years in Paris, France, where he learnt a deep appreciation for cheese and wine, even managing to sound convincingly French at times. Connor is an Executive Coach and the founder of the Australian Public Service eLearning Community of Practice, iLearn Netmeet. He is also the Manager of the multi-award winning Interactive Learning Solutions team at the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. Connor loves writing and sharing eLearning insights via his eLearning blog, eLearningEchoes.com.au - the blog with a twist of government and a hint of spice.
Beyond eLearning: A Mobile Learning Case Study @ DEEWR
Mobile devices are continually becoming a way of life for both our personal lives and business. We have been conditioned to the notion that we can access information anytime, anywhere and at the click of a button. DEEWR has been looking at ways of harnessing these devices to support a 70:20:10 approach to learning as well as the more traditional eLearning. In this session, we will take a look at an exciting mobile application developed for the department’s emergency wardens.  We will explore how DEEWR has used mobile learning to improve knowledge retention from eLearning programs and create an on-the-job resource to support wardens in their roles.
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Key learnings
 - Using mobile learning to improve knowledge retention        
 - How mobile devices can support a 70:20:10 model of learning      
 - The difference between mobile learning and portable learning

 


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