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Mobile Matters: Why Learning Professionals Need to Care

Tuesday, February 20, 2007


Mobile learning continues to focus on using portable computing devices such as laptops, tablet PCs, PDAs, and smart phones with wireless networks to extend learning spaces beyond the traditional classroom. Today's learning professionals, however, are finding that mobile learning initiatives need more than devices and connectivity to achieve success. This Web seminar will explore the current status of mobile learning, consider lessons learned from successful mobile learning initiatives, and suggest 10 steps learning professionals can take to prepare for the challenges and opportunities of learning anytime, anywhere.

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