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Mobile Learning: Transforming Education and Industry

  • 13 Sep 2018
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Room 122 of the Texas A&M University System Moore/Connally Building, 301 Tarrow Street College Station, Texas 77840 (behind the Hilton Hotel)

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Our Topic:

What is M-Learning? How does it differ from E-Learning? This session will give an overview of mobile learning best practices, share examples from both education and industry, and discuss design principles for developing effective m-learning based on what we know about how people learn. Topics covered will include Location-Based Learning, Augmented Reality, and MicroLearning.

Our Speaker:

Dr. Noelle Sweany is a Clinical Associate Professor of Educational Technology in the Department of Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University. She teaches a variety of graduate courses in the Educational Technology program, including Emerging Technologies, Integrating Technology in Learning Environments, Instructional Design, and Designing for Mobile Learning. Her research interests focus on best practices for teaching and learning online and enhancing self-regulation in online learning environments. She currently serves as the program coordinator for the Educational Technology online M.Ed. program. Dr. Sweany has been named an Exemplary Distance Educator by Texas A&M and recently received the Department of Educational Psychology’s Outstanding Teaching Award for 2017-2018.


Food: Deluxe Sandwich Tray, Fresh Fruit Tray, Decadent Dessert Bites, chips, and pickles


This program maps to ATD's Foundational Competency: Instructional Design and Learning Technologies. For more information, Visit https://www.td.org/Certification/Competency-Model.

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