Mobile technologies are causing a sea change in how adult learners find, purchase, and participate in education experiences.
(PRWEB) July 10, 2013
By 2015, 80 percent of people accessing the Internet will use a mobile device to do it. According to the education business consultancy Tagoras, this shift will have a dramatic impact on the market for continuing education and professional development. Tagoras representatives will discuss implications for trade and professional associations in an upcoming Webinar offered in collaboration with Meridian Knowledge Solutions.
The complimentary one-hour webinar, titled, “How Mobile Technology Impacts Your Organization’s Learning and Marketing of Learning” takes place on July 25, 2013, at 1 p.m. EDT. Register at:
The presenters are Jeff Cobb and Celisa Steele, principals with Tagoras, and Vinay Nilakantan, VP of product management and marketing with Meridian Knowledge Solutions. The Webinar will cover key trends in mobile technology and how these impact both the delivery and marketing of continuing education and professional development. Additionally, the presenters will provide practical guidance on how to get started with implementing mobile learning.
"There is no question that mobile technologies are causing a sea change in how adult learners find, purchase, and participate in education experiences," said Tagoras managing director of consulting Jeff Cobb. "For trade and professional associations, getting on members’ mobile ‘radar screen’ is now essential for retaining learners and growing education revenues.”
Attendees will walk away from the Webinar with a clear understanding of the mobile learning landscape and insights into how their organization can get started with mLearning.
For information about other upcoming Tagoras Webinars, visit http://www.tagoras.com/webinars.
Tagoras provides expert strategy, marketing, and technology guidance to organizations in the business of continuing education and professional development. Its consulting clients have included the American Institute of Public Accountants, the American Physical Therapy Association, the Healthcare Financial Management Association, the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing, the Society of Critical Care Medicine, and Castle Worldwide. Its research publications include Association Learning Management Systems, Association Learning + Technology: State of the Sector, and Association Virtual Events.