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Best Practices to Jump Start Mobile Learning in Your Organization

  • Tuesday, March 29, 2011
  • 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
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The way that we live, work, play, and learn is being impacted by the increasing mobility of our global society. As learning leaders, it is our responsibility to anticipate and design for the needs of our changing audience. Come hear this conversation as we explore 5 ways your organization can get started with Mobile Learning…today!

 

See firsthand how world-leaders from industry, academia, military and organizations like Google, Microsoft, Tyco International, DAU and others are delivering value through Mobile Learning content. Learn the key trends and technologies that are fast emerging to meet the challenges and changes of today and tomorrow.

 

After attending this session, you will learn:

  •  Recommendations in how to get educated on Mobile Learning, including leading resources and tips for leveraging Social Media, such as Twitter.
  • Best-practices in Mobile Learning through project examples from leading organizations like Google, Microsoft, DAU and more.
  • The quickest and easiest techniques in how to integrate Learning Theories into existing learning programs with Mobile.
  • Approaches in how to create Mobile Learning that works across multiple device operating systems, platforms and devices.
  • Latest trends in Mobile Learning in the areas of Gaming & Simulation, Coaching & Mentoring, Leadership Development, Location Awareness, and more!


 

About the Presenter:  A.J. Ripin  

Mr. Ripin is a strategist in future and  

emerging technologies with

MovingKnowledge where he leads

collaboration and discussion with world

leaders from industry, healthcare,

academia, military and nonprofit organization. Additionally, A.J. serves as a Practitioner with the University of Central Florida Institute for Simulation and Training as part of the Mixed Emerging Technology Integration Lab (METIL), which focuses on advancing the R&D of emerging technology disciplines for learning and knowledge through partner relationships. A.J. joined MovingKnowledge from Mem-Cards Corporation where he served as a Co-founder and Principal. At Mem-Cards, A.J. worked with the likes of Tom Peters, Jeffrey Gitomer, Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard, developing hundreds of job aides and mLearning, performance support guides. Additionally, A.J. participated in the United States of America’s Secretary of Education’s Innovators’ Roundtable on the Integration of Education and Technology. Follow A.J. on twitter @mobilelearning.

 

 

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