Mobile Learning is hot! But beyond the hype is the reality of implementing a new technology that can potentially alter the way people teach and learn within an organization. This presentation will detail a roadmap to mobile learning success while focusing on new mobile learning technologies.
What You'll Learn:
This presentation will cut through the hype of mobile learning and deal with the practical issues encountered while implementing this new technology and pedagogy within your organization. Current statistics of the rapid rate of mobile adoption in the workplace, will lead to an exploration of the challenges faced during implementation. A clear and concise plan for implementation success will be explored, which can easily be replicated in the participants' organizations. Wrapping up the presentation will be a brief demonstration of a few mobile learning development platforms, followed by Q&A.
Learner outcomes include:
1. Up-to-date knowledge of the current mobile device/learning landscape
2. A recognition of mobile learning implementation challenges
3. A useable roadmap to ensure mobile learning implementation success
4. A peek at a few break-thru DIY mobile learning application platforms
Louis Stricoff, M.Ed.
Louis Stricoff, M.Ed, was the Founder and President, and now the Executive Director, of the 10 year-old PA/DE/NJ regional chapters of the United States Distance Learning Association. Under his daily guidance, and with the support of a Board of Directors, the PA/DE/NJ Distance Learning Association has grown into highly successful and vibrant regional chapters meeting the ever-evolving needs of its constituents. His 20 plus years of educational technology experience includes perspectives from the client and vendor sides of the Distance/e-Learning/Mobile Learning landscape. Presently, as an Independent Consultant, Media-Media, he proudly represents top tier Educational Technologies and Services companies, providing e-Learning/Mobile Learning/App Development production services and innovative “bleeding edge” educational technologies to the corporate, academic, government, and non-profit sectors.