Sep 13, 2012

Developing a Mobile Learning Strategy

This is a webinar from skillsoft.

Fit mobile into your learning strategy

Is now the time to take the plunge into mobile learning, or should you wait for a more stable mobile landscape to emerge?

Join Skillsoft for a webinar that will provide you with a framework as you begin thinking about the challenges and opportunities for mobile learning within your organization. During the webinar you will learn:
The different devices suitable for different learning content types.
The difference between mobility and portability when applied to learning activities.

Pam Boiros, Vice President, Product Management Skillsoft® Books24x7®
Pam Boiros joined Skillsoft in 2000, as part of the Books24x7 organization, and she is currently responsible for the overall product and content strategy of the Books24x7 “On Demand” product line. She is the key architect and evangelist for inGenius™, Skillsoft’s social learning solution which has to date been adopted by over 300 organizations around the world.  Pam has also been involved with emerging mobile learning initiatives since the launch of the Books24x7 on the Go™ mobile solution in 2006. Pam holds an MBA from Babson College and a BS in Business Administration from Northeastern University.

Tim Hildreth, Director, Product Marketing, Skillsoft
Since joining SkillSoft in 2004, Tim has provided strategic direction for Skillsoft’s content technology products including courses, authoring tools, KnowledgeCenters, and the Skillsoft Leadership Advantage. Most recently, Tim has overseen the development of Skillsoft’s evolving mobile strategies.  Tim considers himself a life-long learner and teacher and has travelled extensively and lived abroad. He came to Skillsoft after 11 years in Product Marketing and other positions with Transparent Language, Inc., a leading provider of computer aided language-learning (CALL). He has a degree in Political Science from Williams College.

Date and time :
Wednesday, September 19
1- 2 p.m. EDT

Good time .

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