The Sloan-C Institute is planning an online learning event where educators are encouraged to join in an interactive conversation on mobile learning in higher education. This event features special guest Scott Hamm, the Director of Mobile Learning Research at Abilene Christian University.
During this Twitter chat, Sloan-C community members will explore questions about teaching with mobile devices and designing for mobile learning. Community members can ask questions, share ideas and receive support for mobile learning efforts.
The chat is scheduled for Monday, February 25, 12-12:30 pm ET using the Twitter hashtag #sloancmobile but you'll also be able to access the archives on the Sloan Consortium Storify blog. In order to participate, you'll need a Twitter account. You might want to explore a tool like tweetchat to view the conversation as it happens.
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Scott Hamm currently directs Mobile Learning Research and teaches in the graduate education program for Abilene Christian University. He has a background in instructional design and 15 years teaching experience. He joined the Sloan-C Institute team in 2012, facilitating Mobile Learning Integration: Using Mobile Devices Effectively in Online Courses. In 2013, Scott is facilitating the mobile learning mastery series, "Mobile Learning I: Mobile Learning Research and Design."