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mLearnCon 2012 Concurrent Sessions

mLearnCon 2012 offers you an unparalleled opportunity to develop and hone your skills and knowledge as a mobile learning professional. The program will include more than 70 learning sessions across 12 learning tracks, so you are sure to find topics that are right for you.

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Here are just some of the sessions you’ll find at mLearnCon:

“*” = case study

Management Issues

*How Dell Is Building and Implementing Mobile Learning
Alex Turkovic, Dell Inc.

*Implementing Mobile Applications on Campus
Ryan Seilhamer & Sue Bauer, University of Central Florida

*Mobile Performance Support for Maintenance Crews
Christopher Adams & David Carmichael, Handshaw, Inc.

*Social Networking: Leveraging the Goliaths for Success
Buck Bard, OSIsoft, LLC

Winning Over Stakeholders: How to Sell mLearning to Your Enterprise
Scott McCormick, Float Mobile Learning

Critical Issue: Balancing Security and Mobility for Learning
Robert Gadd, OnPoint Digital, Inc.

The Mobile Learning Paradigm Shift: Thinking Mobile First
RJ Jacquez, Mobile Learning Revolution

Setting a Strategy

*Infusing mLearning at Defense Acquisition University
Rebecca Clark, Defense Acquisition University

From Vision to Plan: Developing an Organization's mLearning Strategy
Gary Woodill, i5 Research and Gray Fowler, NetDimensions

Mobile Learning Hottest Trends
Harvey Singh, Instancy, Inc.

Strategic Production Considerations for Mobile Devices
Henry Ryng, inXsol, LLC

Blended mLearning

*Using mLearning in Blended Designs to Create Communities of Practitioners
Kelley Chrouser, American Society for Healthcare Risk Management

*Learning Alchemy: Blending the Best of Mobile and ILT
Trace Belcher, SAIC

*mLearning Doesn't Have to Be Ad Hoc Learning
Roderick Gammon, Cambridge University Press

Deploying Experience on Tablets Using Simulation — A Blended Approach
Ken Spero, NexLearn

Mobile Attendance Tracking and Evaluations (MATE)
Sanjay Parker, ACS Learning Services

Content Management

*Designing Content for Multiple Devices
Michelle Lentz, Pacific Gas & Electric, and Brandon Carson, Carson Learning Services

Mobilizing My Legacy Content
Rob Christie, edCetra Training Inc.

Content Distribution Strategy Through Multiple Devices
Shrikant Pattathil, Harbinger Systems

*Welcome to the User Generation!
Lauren Bonnet, Arlington Public Schools and Benjamin Bonnet, Booz Allen Hamilton

Creating Effective Video Content for mLearning
Mark Schuster, AT&T

ePubs and eBooks

*Supporting Our Online Learning Library on Mobile Devices
Jenny Tsai-Smith & Linda Ross, Oracle Corporation

Creating an Interactive Book with iAuthor
Nick Floro, Sealworks Interactive Studios

*Conceptual Information Synthesis in Digital Literacy and Learning Design
George Nelson & Graham Coglan, OpenCanvas (Nelson Education-Opportunity Logistics)

Moving Beyond ePub: Transitioning Your Content into Interactive Apps
Lisa Shannon, Wiley Publishing and Chad Udell, Float Mobile Learning

*Transitioning from Print to Mobile – Creating the Journey Board Mobile App
Brian Berg, MediaKube, LLC and Marjorie Abele, Phoenix Children's Hospital

Tablet Technologies

*Tablets Transform On-the-go Learning at FM Global
Karen Freedman, FM Global and Robert Gadd, OnPoint Digital

Create and Publish Amazing Multi-touch Books for iPad
Jeff Batt, Rapid Intake

*Online, on Tablet, and Onboard: Crafting a New-hire Sales Curriculum
Matthew Murray & Michael Plocek, BTS

Build Interactive Courses for Your iPad – No Programming Required
David Anderson, Articulate

*Publishing Training Content for Tablets – Results from Monarch's R&D Lab
Claire Schneeberger & Joshua Salesin, Monarch Media, Inc.

*Empowering the Mobile Salesforce with iPad Performance Support
Kathleen Depriest, Bank of America and Dave Smelser, Intuition, Inc.

Design Issues

*Mobile Games for Behavior Change
Koreen Olbrish, Ayogo

Designing with the End in Mind: Short, Effective, Mobile Microlessons
Carol Cohen, Hewlett-Packard

Be a Hero! Add mSupport as an mLearning Learning Option
Conrad Gottfredson, Ontuitive

*The Four Fundamentals for Supporting Salesforce mLearning
John Delano & Kim Turner, SaLTBOX Services

*From Idea to App – 10 Steps to mLearning Success
Anna Hemsworth, New York Life Insurance Company

Development Approaches

*mLearning at a Not-for-profit: A New Approach for Development
Tiffany Carlson, The American Cancer Society and Jeff Harris, SkillQ, Inc.

*Adding Sizzle to mLearning
Risa Blair, FedEx and Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe Systems

*Get Your Dynamic Mobile Website Up and Running in 45 Minutes
John Park, Qualcomm, Inc.

Would You Like that Learning to Go? Making Offline Learning Work
Richard Clark, Kaazing

A Faster Approach to Mobile Application Development
Ben Classen, Jacquette Consulting

New Mobile Learning Experiences Built Using the Tin Can API
Aaron Silvers, Advanced Distributed Learning

Getting Started

*We’ve Gone Mobile: Thinking Big but Starting Small
Andy McGuire, Cummins Inc. and Dustin Arnold, Bottom-Line Performance

Gaming on the Move
Brenda Enders, Enders Consulting, LLC

*The Mobile Landscape – Is the Time Right for mLearning?
John Polaschek, Qualcomm, Inc.

An Overview of Mobile Learning
Judy Brown, mLearnopedia

Mobile Decisions: Right Solution, Right Tools
Matt Kurtin & Susan Fisher, Innovative Learning Group

Global Perspectives

*Online Teachers Training Going Mobile: A Strategic Approach
Jorge Oceja, Botín Foundation

*Mobile Phones Enable Learning for Front-line Health Workers in Malawi
Natalie Campbell, Management Sciences for Health

*Expanding Mission and Access through a Global Knowledge Network and Mobile
Jeff Kissinger, Florida State College

*Train 50,000 People in a Half-day: The Power of mLearning
Banu Isci Sezen & Emre Gulecoglu, Turkcell

mLearning Tools

Creating Video Demonstrations with Adobe Captivate
Steve Howard, NASCO and Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe Systems

Tools to Make Cross-platform Web Applications
Parris Khachi & Khoa Lam, NetApp

Creating Mobile Applications Easily with DreamWeaver, jQuery Mobile, and HTML5
Jeff Batt, Rapid Intake

The Flash Developer's Survival Kit for mLearning
Richard Clark, Kaazing

Turning PowerPoint Presentations into Effective mLearning
Anita Rosen, ReadyGo, Inc.

*Creating Hands-on Mobile Learning in HTML5
Linda Ross, Oracle Corporation

Simple, Single Source Lectora and Captivate Modules for PC and iPad
Jay Lambert, Integrated Learning Services, Inc.

MASLO: An Open Source Platform for mLearning
Rovy Branon, University of Wisconsin-Extension and Moses Wolfenstein, Academic ADL Co-Lab

PowerPoint to Video: What are the Options?
Debbie Richards, Creative Interactive Ideas

XPERT – Evolving “Open Source for Government” eLearning and mLearning Tools
Bill Bandrowski, Concurrent Technologies Corporation

User Experience / User Interface Design

*Design and Usability Factors for Developing mLearning
Florence Martin, University of North Carolina Wilmington

Multi-screen Learning: Design Considerations for the Second Screen
Jamie Liske, Carney, Inc.

Let Your Fingers Do the Learning: Making mLearning Interactive and Visually Compelling
Steve Haskin, S>Media

10 Tips on Mobile Design to Enhance User Experience
Phil Cowcill, Canadore College

Applying Natural User Interface Principles for Better mLearning
John Low, Carney, Inc.