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A Case Study in Mobile Learning

  • Tuesday, February 15, 2011
  • 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Portland Country Club, Falmouth, ME

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How can trainers provide ‘on the job’ training that is consistent across locations and doesn’t require a significant amount of human capital?  One way is to leverage mobile learning.  Through an Interview you’ll hear the story of how one company took the plunge into mobile learning.  This session provides an overview of LL Bean’s journey from the initial training request, design and decision to use iPods and video and final deployment in multiple languages.  The instructional designer responsible for creating, implementing, and evaluating this blended learning curriculum will present his experiences as a case study.  There will also be a collaborative group discussion where you will have an opportunity to ask questions and brainstorm barriers and solutions to utilizing mobile learning in your organization.

About Our Presenter:

Tony Donnelly is a Learning Design Consultant for L.L.Bean.  His experience includes designing performance based learning to be delivered in various formats.  In particular, many of Tony designs incorporate a blended approach of balancing the need for an instructor with the initiative of a self-paced learner to ceate the most effective learning experience.  In addition to faclitator led instruction, Tony also has experience designing mobile and eLearning modules for different internal clients within L.L.Bean.

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