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Mobile learning on the agenda at Learning Technologies 2012
Three practitioners from the private, public and defence sectors will take to the stage at this January's Learning Technologies Conference to show three different implementations of mobile learning.
Keith Quinn, Senior Education & Workforce Development Adviser at the Scottish Social Services Council, Jacob Hodges, Associate Director of the Office of Naval Research Global and Ros Sutton, a Learning Strategy Consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers, will be presenting their experiences in implementing mobile learning in the public, defence and private sectors before taking part in a questions and answers panel.
Conference Chair Donald Taylor, looking ahead to the discussion on mobile learning, said: "Most L&D professionals will be considering mobile learning initiatives in 2012 as the L&D profession responds to enabling learning how and where people need it. The Learning Technologies Conference will be hearing about the efforts and experiences of three mobile learning pioneers."
The ' Mobile learning' session takes place on Thursday 26 January 2012, from 15:30 - 16:30.
Running alongside the Learning Technologies Conference, the Learning Technologies exhibition provides a showcase for the technology used for learning at work and features a free seminar programme running in five theatres in the exhibition hall.
Learning and Skills 2012 is co-located with the Learning Technologies Exhibition and Conference and has a focus on people development, learning and performance, learning resources and HR systems and services.
Learning Technologies 2012 and Learning and Skills 2012 are taking place on 25-26 January 2012 at Olympia 2 in London.
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