Mobile design: interactive multimedia to support learning and teaching (Workshop)
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Aim of the workshop: The Athabasca University Library has developed many mobile friendly websites and features to help our students access resources. These include an autodetect feature which displays either mobile or desktop content depending on the type of device; a mobile-friendly Digital Reading Room (DRR) for students to access their course readings, and mobile language websites including ESL grammar, workplace English, and accent reduction. In this workshop we will introduce participants to the mobile technologies that we have adapted and developed, model and explain best practices for mobile multimedia content creation, and have participants create digital content for mobile phones using the iPhone and our mobile knowledge management system. Objectives of the workshop: * Introduce participants to AU’s innovative mobile technologies * Showcase multimedia mobile learning * Hands-on creation of mobile content including interactive exercises,
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