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Webinar - Mobile Learning - What Really Works and Why

Mobile Learning - What Really Works and Why

For each person who accesses the Internet via computer today, two more will connect from mobile devices. Because of their ubiquity and portability, smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices are influencing learning and again challenging our perceptions of when, how, and why people learn.

Often misunderstood, mobile learning oozes potential — particularly in areas like performance support and informal learning.

Watch this complimentary, one-hour recorded webinar and gain valuable insights into:

  • Who benefits most from mobile learning
  • What types of content work best
  • Why design is critical
  • Planning a mobile learning implementation
  • Challenges for successful adoption of mobile learning.

 

Mobile Learning - What Really Works and Why from TP3 on Vimeo

 

Special Presenters

Craig Simon, Head of Digital Learning, TP3

Before co-founding the award-winning eLearning company Purple Learning, a TP3 company, Craig served in a number of senior postings with leading organisations including PeopleSoft, Sun Microsystems and Apple Computer. Craig is an in-demand public speaker, a leading learning authority and a true multimodal learning specialist with experience dating back to the beginning of simulated learning in Australia.

Sue Wallace, Professional Development Solutions Manager, TP3

A former teacher and IBM Education Programs Manager, Sue has 20 years’ experience in designing, delivering and assessing engaging and empowering learning interventions. Sue joined TP3 in 2007 and quickly built a reputation as a dynamic and motivational facilitator. Her current role of Professional Development Solutions Manager involves designing customised learning interventions for TP3’s corporate and government clients, and combines Sue’s knowledge and experience of TP3’s programs and philosophy with her consulting, instructional design and facilitation expertise.