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The eLearning Guild has just released a promotional video for their next event: “Why you need to be at mLearnCon 2011” is the title. It’s just around the bend, and it looks awesome! Check the video out.

Why you need to be at mLearnCon 2011 from The eLearning Guild on Vimeo.

From the page at Vimeo:

mLearnCon 2011, June 21-23 in San Jose, CA, is the conference that explores every aspect of mobile learning in-depth. From mLearning management strategies and best practices to content and design considerations for tablet and smartphone technologies, you’ll find the answers you need here. Whether you are working in an academic, corporate, government or military setting … this event will give you the ideas, information, and community you and your organization need to succeed.

Float is going to be there. Find out more details on our involvement on our events page. Last year’s conference was great and this one looks to be even better!

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Chad Udell is the Managing Partner, strategy and new product development, at Float. There he leads his design and development teams to successful outcomes and award-winning work via a strong background in both disciplines and a singular focus on quality. He has worked with industry-leading Fortune 500 companies and government agencies to design and develop experiences for 20 years. Chad is recognized as an expert in mobile design and development, and he speaks regularly at national and international events and conferences on related topics. Chad is author of Learning Everywhere: How Mobile Content Strategies Are Transforming Training and co-editor and chapter author, with Gary Woodill, of Mastering Mobile Learning: Tips and Techniques for Success. His newest book, Shock of the New, co-authored with Gary Woodill was released in April of 2019.

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