Warrenton, VA, February 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Hot Lava Software will represent the Mobile Learning market (mlearning) at the 2009 New Learning Technologies Conference (SALT), to be held February 17-22, 2009, at the Ramada Orlando Celebration Hotel and Convention Center, Orlando, Florida.
Mobile Learning or m-Learning is to 2009 what eLearning was to 1999. Listen to presentations which identify who today’s mobile learner is, lessons learned in the development of courseware for executives delivered to their mobile devices, and how one project proved successful in reaching over 116,000 users in over 114 countries to demonstrate the potential for delivering STEM education to hundreds of thousands—even millions—of people, via their mobile phones.
"The addition of wireless technologies, mobile devices, PDAs, PocketPCs and smartphones has changed the way people work and communicate. Mobile technologies are changing the way we do business, training and learning," says Bob Sanregret, CEO, Hot Lava Software, Inc. "Technology experts are continuing to push the mobile e-learning envelope, by thinking outside the box. We are honored and excited, both, to be a part of this conference, and to share our cutting-edge, mobile e-learning knowledge."
Some of the key topics presented in the Mobile Computing sessions will be: Sports Bytes Delivers STEM Content to Mobile Phones Worldwide being presented by Dr. Heather Katz; Corporate Mobile Learning - "A View from the Field" being presented by Hot Lava Software along with Alcatel-Lucent; and The Future of Mobile Learning: a panel discussion by experts in the area of mobile learning, mobile testing and mobile surveys. For a complete listing of speakers, please visit http://salt.org/grid.asp?Show=Speaker
Hot Lava Software will also be hosting a Mobile e-Learning (bring your own laptop) Hands-on Workshop Tuesday, February 17 from 1:30 – 5:00. The tutorial will focus on all aspects of mobile e-learning from designing to tracking. Participants will use the latest in tools and solutions to design, create, publish and deploy mobile learning to phones and PDAs.
For more information about this conference, visit: http://www.salt.org.
Contact: Barbara Walls