MONTHLY PROGRAM: How to Implement mLearning in Your Organization

  • 10 Jul 2013
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Cal State East Bay, 1000 Broadway, Oakland, Suite 109 - enter from 12th street.
  • 18


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Are you inseparable from your smart phone? Is your mobile device where you get most of your information and communication? Join us to learn how to leverage mobile technologies to engage, train, and communicate with your employees.

In an increasingly mobile society, your employees expect to engage and access content with a mobile device. David Asheim, CEO and Founder of Train by Cell, will show you how to use mobile technologies to jumpstart your mLearning initiatives.

This session is aligned with ASTD’s learning technologies community of practice and is the second event in our chapter's Summer of eLearning series.

In this hands-on BYOD mobile learning session, you will experience first-hand how mLearning works. You’ll have a chance to participate in building mobile website demos and compete for prizes.

In this interactive session you will learn:
  • Best practices for successful planning and implementation of a mobile strategy for employee learning at your organization
  • How to provide content on a mobile platform
  • How to deliver bite-sized training tips and “just-in-time” learning
  • Techniques for building a mobile website demo
  • How to incorporate technical, liability, compliance, and ethics training using a mobile platform
You’ll walk away with:
  • A clear picture of the current mobile technologies landscape
  • Examples of how small and large organizations use mobile training to increase knowledge retention and productivity
  • A strategy for using mobile learning as part of a blended learning approach
Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the future of learning now. Bring your mobile devices and be ready to play. Register today!

Who Should Attend:
HR generalists, benefits managers, corporate recruiters, sales managers, workplace learning professionals, trainers, coaches,instructional designers, consultants.

Dave Asheim, President/Founder of Train by Cell is a veteran of up-and-coming technology and software providers with 11 years of mobile technology experience.

Before founding Guide by Cell, Train by Cell’s parent company, in 2004, he was President of Well Engaged, the largest B2B software provider of web-based chat and discussion software and the pioneers of pre-Google/ Facebook social networking. He launched Guide by Cell with the initial goal of bridging the gap between cultural institutions and their patrons, and the business has since expanded to offer mobile technologies to solve a wide variety of problems faced not only by cultural institutions and nonprofit organizations, but government agencies, retailers, major corporations and more. Dave holds a B.S. in finance and an M.B.A., both from the University of Illinois.

Registration for this monthly program entitles you to a 10% discount on the August 13 Tom Kulhmann workshop.

5:30 - 6:00 New Member Orientation / Light Appetizers / Networking
6:00 - 6:15 Announcements
6:15 - 8:00 Monthly Program

Simulcast Alternative:
If you are finding it difficult to participate in the programs because of travel time, family commitments, or other impediments, you can still benefit from the Golden Gate Chapter’s interesting and diverse slate of programs. You can attend this program virtually using on our streaming platform, which will also allow you to interact.  If this is your preference, please reply to your registration confirmation requesting the link and instructions for the simulcast.

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