Considering Mobile Learning For
Your Institution

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Academic Impressions has designed this seven-step checklist that you can consider with your team. This is a list of critical decision points along the road to adopting mobile learning at your institution.

A Campus Technology article highlighted both Abilene Christian University's development of a homegrown mobile learning solution a few years ago and their current expansion of that mobile learning initiative to include classroom management, blogging, and (soon) mobile podcasting.

While mobile learning continues to be a topic of interest among educators, very few institutions in the US have adopted it. We turned to Judy Brown, founder and former director of the University of Wisconsin system's Academic ADL Co-Lab and a key thinker in mobile learning strategies, for her advice on what questions institutions who are in the earliest stages of considering a mobile learning initiative should consider.

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