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Exploring BYOD
Approaches for Mobile
Learning
WHAT IS BYOD?
*http://www.networkworld.com/article/2854044/microsoft-subnet/byod-is-saving-serious-money-for-it
BRING YOUR...
ENHANCES
EMPLOYEE
SATISFACTIONGives employeesa choice
WHY BYOD?
SAVES
MONEY
Can support
nearly 3X as
many devices
than
com...
BYOD Can Deliver Tangible
Benefits
IS IT SAFE?
BYOD brings up big
questions around safety:
1. What information is
shared?
2. Is information secure in
transit...
WHO PAYS FOR WHAT?
QUESTION TO CONSIDER
Do we need to cover upgrade costs if it is required for compatibility with
certain...
WHO PAYS FOR WHAT?
QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER
• Is the device essential to the employee’s job?
• What is Wi-Fi availability lik...
IF THEY USE IT, WILL YOU
SUPPORT IT?
• IT decides:
www.networkworld.com/article/2854044/microsoft-subnet/byod-is-saving-se...
WHAT HELP WILL YOU
PROVIDE?
• New app
installations
• Day-to-day
questions of how to
integrate to certain
systems
• Remote...
HOW WILL YOU PROVIDE THE
SUPPORT?
How will IT staff be reached?
How many employees will be needed?
Will FAQ documents
help?
BYOD POLICIES
How devices
are used
What systems they need access to
Potential risks
Get input from device users to better ...
BYOD POLICIES
Should address:
EXPENSE ALLOCATIONS
(Who pays for what?)
IT SUPPORT
(If they use it, will you support it?)
A...
Policy
13
Which types of the organization’s
resources may be accessed via
mobile devices?
Which types of mobile devices ar...
MOBILE DEVICE MANAGEMENT
(MDM) SOLUTIONS
• Can help keep track of all approved BYOD
devices
• Control access to enterprise...
15
Ensure your IT folks are in the
loop with your mobile learning
interventions.
There may be many back-end
needs that are...
• Give employees
access to all the
necessary data,
but also see to it
that this data
cannot be stored
anywhere on the
devi...
Create flexible learning
experiences
Define Your Device Universe
19
Include only the latest mobile devices, which offer
better security features and device-lev...
Provide Support for Mixed
Learning Approaches
20
Tighten Integration with L&D & HR
platforms
21
Deploying for BYOD
Include
Necessary
content only
Break the
course
content into
bite-size
chunks.
Be careful
when
integrat...
1. CREATE a mobile device security policy.
2. SPREAD the word across your organization.
3. TRAIN your people in best pract...
http://www.computerworld.com/article/2490062/consumerizati
on/byod-morphs-from-lockdown-to-true-mobility.html
https://www.whitehouse.gov/digitalgov/bring-your-own-device
https://www.shrm.org/templatestools/samples/policies/page
s/bringyourowndevicepolicy.aspx
http://www.itmanagerdaily.com/byod-policy-template/
http://www.techproresearch.com/downloads/byod-bring-your-own-
device-policy/
http://www.techproresearch.com/downloads/facing-the-
challenges-of-byod-in-the-enterprise/
Summary
• Use mobile as a platform for delivering
short form and on demand learning, as
well as supporting the formal lear...
Resources
• http://www.cantechletter.com/2015/01/bring-device-next-big-
trend-education/
• The Ten Commandments of Bring Y...
Contact Information
• Debbie Richards, Creative Interactive
Ideas
• debbie@cre8iveii.com
• @cre8iveii
• 713-419-1198
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Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) has emerged as a cost-effective solution, allowing organizations to adopt an mLearning approach without having to provide the devices. What are the concerns of BYOD, and how can you address them? What are the opportunities for BYOD? What are the key elements to consider when deploying mobile learning for a BYOD environment? BYOD offers employees and corporations countless business benefits, from increased efficiency to controlled costs on provisioning a mobile workforce.

This session will review the concerns and opportunities for BYOD in mobile learning. You will learn about BYOD policies, view examples, and learn about the importance of working with your IT department to ensure a successful BYOD mLearning program. You will also explore key elements to consider when deploying mobile learning for a BYOD environment. And finally, you will learn about BYOD mobile learning policies and how to implement them.

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  • Great points here. A new trend, too, is to use mobile as a way to engage with employees that have no company email - factory workers, drivers, etc. They can opt in to receive info via a text message or an email.
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Exploring byod approaches for mobile learning

  1. 1. Exploring BYOD Approaches for Mobile Learning
  2. 2. WHAT IS BYOD? *http://www.networkworld.com/article/2854044/microsoft-subnet/byod-is-saving-serious-money-for-it BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE: Permitting employees to bring personally owned mobile devices for use with company applications or access to company information. will support some form of BYOD Enterprise owned devices 90% 2Xmore employee owned devices vs.
  3. 3. ENHANCES EMPLOYEE SATISFACTIONGives employeesa choice WHY BYOD? SAVES MONEY Can support nearly 3X as many devices than company owned* HELPS WITH END USER ADOPTIONEmployees already know how to use the devices *http://www.networkworld.com/article/2854044/microsoft-subnet/byod-is-saving-serious-money-for-it
  4. 4. BYOD Can Deliver Tangible Benefits
  5. 5. IS IT SAFE? BYOD brings up big questions around safety: 1. What information is shared? 2. Is information secure in transit and storage? 3. Can information be saved to the device, or is it only accessible through a portal? *Ponemon Institute LLC. (March 2014). Fourth Annual benchmark Study on Patient Privacy & Data Security
  6. 6. WHO PAYS FOR WHAT? QUESTION TO CONSIDER Do we need to cover upgrade costs if it is required for compatibility with certain company-approved or purchased apps? DEVICES Users are expected to purchase the personal devices Provides cost savings for company
  7. 7. WHO PAYS FOR WHAT? QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER • Is the device essential to the employee’s job? • What is Wi-Fi availability like? • How much data will work-related apps use? DATAAND CELLULAR PLANS Pay staff a flat stipend Pay a percentage of the bill Reimburse based on actual use
  8. 8. IF THEY USE IT, WILL YOU SUPPORT IT? • IT decides: www.networkworld.com/article/2854044/microsoft-subnet/byod-is-saving-serious-money-for-it WHICH DEVICES • Device Type: Smartphones, tablets, laptops, wearables, etc. • Brands: Apple®, Android® etc. WHAT HELP IS AVAILABLE • Registering devices • Installing apps • Troubleshooting problems • Etc.
  9. 9. WHAT HELP WILL YOU PROVIDE? • New app installations • Day-to-day questions of how to integrate to certain systems • Remote wiping for a lost or stolen device • Faulty batteries or broken screens
  10. 10. HOW WILL YOU PROVIDE THE SUPPORT? How will IT staff be reached? How many employees will be needed? Will FAQ documents help?
  11. 11. BYOD POLICIES How devices are used What systems they need access to Potential risks Get input from device users to better understand:
  12. 12. BYOD POLICIES Should address: EXPENSE ALLOCATIONS (Who pays for what?) IT SUPPORT (If they use it, will you support it?) ACCESS (What is effective and acceptable to use?) SECURITY (Is it safe?)
  13. 13. Policy 13 Which types of the organization’s resources may be accessed via mobile devices? Which types of mobile devices are permitted to access the organization’s resources?
  14. 14. MOBILE DEVICE MANAGEMENT (MDM) SOLUTIONS • Can help keep track of all approved BYOD devices • Control access to enterprise networks and systems • Manage app installations and upgrades • Offer enhanced security • TIP: Give employees a heads-up of what organization will be able to access once MDM is installed
  15. 15. 15 Ensure your IT folks are in the loop with your mobile learning interventions. There may be many back-end needs that are out of your hands. It’s also nice to have a contact when you’re in a pinch! Megan McKee
  16. 16. • Give employees access to all the necessary data, but also see to it that this data cannot be stored anywhere on the device. User’s Limit of Accessing Information 17
  17. 17. Create flexible learning experiences
  18. 18. Define Your Device Universe 19 Include only the latest mobile devices, which offer better security features and device-level encryption.
  19. 19. Provide Support for Mixed Learning Approaches 20
  20. 20. Tighten Integration with L&D & HR platforms 21
  21. 21. Deploying for BYOD Include Necessary content only Break the course content into bite-size chunks. Be careful when integrating audio elements.
  22. 22. 1. CREATE a mobile device security policy. 2. SPREAD the word across your organization. 3. TRAIN your people in best practice. 4. IMPOSE security settings on the workforce. 5. ENSURE enforceable mandatory access to all devices. 6. SET standards for central, controlled synchronization 7. DECIDE whether your employees are able to ‘Bring Your Own Device’. 8. CONSIDER automatic and user-transparent encryption on all data on every mobile device and removable medium. 9. TRACK and label every device – and take a regular inventory. 10. DEPLOY mobile anti-virus solutions. Ten tips for mobile peace of mind 23
  23. 23. http://www.computerworld.com/article/2490062/consumerizati on/byod-morphs-from-lockdown-to-true-mobility.html
  24. 24. https://www.whitehouse.gov/digitalgov/bring-your-own-device
  25. 25. https://www.shrm.org/templatestools/samples/policies/page s/bringyourowndevicepolicy.aspx
  26. 26. http://www.itmanagerdaily.com/byod-policy-template/
  27. 27. http://www.techproresearch.com/downloads/byod-bring-your-own- device-policy/
  28. 28. http://www.techproresearch.com/downloads/facing-the- challenges-of-byod-in-the-enterprise/
  29. 29. Summary • Use mobile as a platform for delivering short form and on demand learning, as well as supporting the formal learning process. • BYOD is the perfect option for mobile learning, enabling more freedom and flexibility to users to learn at the point of need, not just when they are told to.
  30. 30. Resources • http://www.cantechletter.com/2015/01/bring-device-next-big- trend-education/ • The Ten Commandments of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) • http://www.ciscoservicesdynamics.com/byod • http://www.networkworld.com/article/2854044/microsoft- subnet/byod-is-saving-serious-money-for-it.html • https://www.gaggle.net/speaks/5-tips-administrators-can-lead- successful-byod-implementation/ • http://www.learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/1396/top-six- byod-considerations-adopting-an-open-screen-door-policy • http://www.techradar.com/news/computing/what-is-byod-and- why-is-it-important--1175088 • https://www.pulselearning.com/blog/mobile-learning-for-the- byod-era/ • http://www.zdnet.com/article/how-to-make-byod-work/
  31. 31. Contact Information • Debbie Richards, Creative Interactive Ideas • debbie@cre8iveii.com • @cre8iveii • 713-419-1198

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