My presentation at mLearnCon was on the Tools stage, run by Neil Lasher.
I was asked to present on tools for developing mLearning. I could have covered all the rapid dev tools that claim to output for mobile. Instead, I focused on free and cheap frameworks or application tools for developing mobile content. Think application or performance support instead of course.
I absolutely love David Sparks iBook, Paperless, as an example of mobile performance support. The first page has a screencast tutorial teaching you how to use the book. Think outside the box a bit. How could you build something like this to support your audience?
Resource Links (I hate that they don’t work in SpeakerDeck)
Responsive WordPress Support site for this presentation
Simple mobile application (view it on a device) built using jQuery Mobile
Float Mobile Learning Primer
ADL mLearn Guide
A Game of Phones (from Hybrid Learning and Czarina Games)