We take mobile learning pretty seriously here at Float, but we like to have a little fun too. With all the news about the stolen next generation iPhone, I ran across this post on Dilbert creator, Scott Adams’, blog. I found this particular post interesting because 1) it highlights the timeliness of traditional news media and made me think about how mobile devices are changing that, and 2) I found it really funny. Enjoy.
John is the Managing Partner for Float Mobile Learning. He has over 18 years of experience in helping clients change to be more successful and helping those clients navigate those changes. He works with Fortune 500 organizations to help them define and design learning strategies with a focus on mobile learning. His client list includes Caterpillar, Anheuser-Busch, Museum of Science and Industry and Pioneer Hi-Bred, a subsidiary of DuPont.John is a member of both the E-Learning Guild and ASTD where he is active in speaking about both eLearning and mobile learning topics.
Latest posts by John Feser (see all)
- mLearning Is Not eLearning on A Mobile Device (Part Deux) - May 6, 2013
- 10 Reasons Executives Should Care About Mobile Learning - April 25, 2011
- Expanding Our Concept of Learning - March 17, 2011