508 Implementing Mobile Learning in a Secure Environment
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Wednesday, June 25
In our field, mobile learning is the present and the future. However, implementing mobile learning in a secure environment is an ever-growing concern. It seems there are stories in the news every day describing a data breach and the damage such situations cause. Many organizations are facing this issue as demand becomes higher for mobile learning and they balance the desire to have an edge in an increasingly competitive market with the need to minimize risk.
In this session participants will explore this complex issue and learn ways in which mobile learning can be built without sacrificing security. You will examine examples of successful mobile learning that maintains security, and will learn why a focus on security can actually be a competitive advantage for your organization. You will leave this session with tips and strategies for ensuring a secure mobile strategy in your organization.
In this session, you will learn:
- The dynamics of implementing mobile learning in a secure environment
- The challenges of implementing mobile learning in a secure environment
- Lessons from successful examples of mobile learning implementation in a secure environment
- Ideas on how to implement mobile learning in a secure environment
Intermediate designers, developers, project managers, and managers.
discussed in this session:
Smartphones and tablets.
Instructional Systems Designer, Integrated Learning Solutions
Hiba Ismeail is a learning professional passionate about creating engaging learning experiences who has over 10 years of professional experience. She specializes in instructional design, eLearning, curriculum development, microlearning, and social media for learning. Hiba currently serves as an instructional systems designer on the Integrated Learning Solutions Team within the International Development Group at RTI International. She has previously worked at large consulting/services organizations supporting federal, defense, corporate, and nonprofit learning environments. Hiba holds a MEd in curriculum and instruction, with a concentration in instructional design and technology, and eLearning graduate certificate from George Mason University.