Moving Mobile Learning Forward

Wednesday, February 06 | 10:45AM–11:30AM | Governor's Square 17
Session Type: Professional Development

This session will explore the interplay of mobility and normative global functioning. These implications in the higher education culture impact how we access content, learn, teach, and think. Four themes emerging from the literature and research that inform the synthesis of theory and praxis will be presented. Research and usage patterns at a small liberal arts school will provide an informed, evidence-based approach to moving forward with a mobile pedagogy at your institution. Implementation avenues and data for any institution to consider in establishing a mobile learning pedagogy will be provided.

Learning Objectives:
* Gain an evidence-based approach to incorporating mobility in your institution's face-to-face, blended, and online learning environments
* Informally recognize how mobility can impact your institution's teaching and learning process and outcomes
* Learn a variety of evidence-based teaching strategies
* Learn about several institutions and research initiatives you can join to initiate or continue research
* Strategically revisit assumptions through renewing disequilibrium in pedagogy


  • Scott Hamm

    Director of Online Education, Hardin-Simmons University

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