Mobile Monday DC and Microsoft invite you to attend Mobile In Education – How the Mobile Channel Impacts Lifelong Learning.
On March 19th, at the Microsoft offices in Chevy Chase, leaders from the technology, university, and non-profit industries will discuss how the mobile channel engages lifelong learners, as well as their predictions for how tools and technologies will evolve.
The event, which is free and open to the public, also features the talented team from Profiles. We will also continue to collect recycled cell phones for Grameen Foundation, please remember your phone donation!
Mr. Jeffrey R. Young, Senior Editor, Technology Coverage, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and writer of College 2.0 column (@jryoung / chronicle.com)
Ms. Ed Donahue, Academic Developer Evangelist, Microsoft (@creepyed / creepyed.com)
Mr. Ron Yaros, Professor at the University of Maryland, (http://www.merrill.umd.edu/directory/ronald-yaros)
Mr. Jeff Meade, Mobile Learning Programs Lead, Smithsonian Institution, (http://www.edlab.si.edu/)
Ms. Sophie Willis, Director of Mobile Business Development, Blackboard, (www.blackboard.com)
6pm-7pm Networking, Exhibits and Light Refreshments
8pm-8:30pm Program Concludes, Additional Networking
Mobile Job Market Consulting Lounge presented by Profiles:
During the networking hour, the Profiles DC team will be available to answer your questions one on one. Whether you are seeking ways to advance your career or have questions around enhancing your Interactive department, expert Recruiters and Business Management Consultants are available to answer your questions.
5404 Wisconsin Ave, 7th Floor, Multi Purpose Room
Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815
Friendship Heights Metro Station (Red Line)
RSVP – via EventBrite link: http://momodcmarch2012.eventbrite.com
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