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favorites The Eight Essentials for Success in Mobile Learning

[Participate and Share : Interactive Lecture]
Monday, June 29, 12:45–1:45 pm
PCC Ballroom A
favoritesAngela BakerfavoritesChris DedefavoritesJulie Evans

We'll present eight essential strategies for success in mobile learning, with examples illustrating successful use for each strategies. You'll gain insights into how to develop, implement and evaluate mobile learning initiatives. Applying these strategies will greatly increase the chances for success of a mobile learning project.

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Skill level: Beginner
Device requirements: Participant devices useful
Applicable device(s): Laptop, Tablet, Smartphone
Focus: Leadership
Topic: Technology Planning and Evaluation
Grade level: PK-12
ISTE Standards: Administrators : Visionary Leadership
Administrators : Digital-Age Learning Culture
Administrators : Systemic Improvement

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favorites Angela Baker, Wireless Reach, Qualcomm

favorites Chris Dede, Harvard University

Chris Dede is the Wirth Professor in Learning Technologies at Harvard University. His work centers on emerging technologies, policy, and leadership. His research focuses on immersive simulations, scaling up, and online professional development. In 2007, he was honored by Harvard University as an outstanding teacher, and in 2011 he was named a Fellow of the American Educational Research Association. He is currently a Visiting Expert at NSF.

favorites Julie Evans, Project Tomorrow

Julie Evans is the CEO of Project Tomorrow (, a global education nonprofit organization that focuses on improving learning opportunities for students through the effective utilization of STEM resources. Previously, Ms. Evans was a executive with Unisys and two ed tech startups. She is a graduate of Brown University and serves on several nonprofit boards and corporate advisory councils. Ms. Evans is a frequent speaker and writer on K-12 and higher education issues around digital learning. In April 2008 she was named one of the Top Ten Most Influential People in Education Technology by eSchool News.