Upcoming Monthly Meeting
Summit Brewing Company
910 Montreal Circle, St. Paul, MN 55102Join us on Thursday, May 21, 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. for Monthly Meeting: Mobile Learning Environments: Formal, Experiential, Moment of Need
Mobile Learning Environments: Formal, Experiential, Moment of Need
Adam Spindell, Edchunk
Explore the possibilities in creating mobile learning environments. Create interfaces that tie informal, formal training and performance support. In addition, we will show you how to create learning and support portals and track activities.
Following this program, attendees will:
**Brewery Tour immediately following meeting**
Want to know more? Check out edChunk's whitepaper on Getting Started with Mobile Learning:
About the speaker:
Upon graduating from Dartmouth College, Adam Spindell embarked on a career of training, interactivity and multimedia. Adam served instructional design, programming, technology and supervisory roles for WICAT systems, Northwest Airlines, Fireman’s Fund Insurance, DirectAg and others. Among Adam’s career stops, he served as Executive Producer of the Games division of Rhythm & Hues studio, a Hollywood special effects studio which has won Oscars for their work on Babe, Golden Compass and Life of Pi.
For the past 15 years, Adam Spindell has served as President of EdChunk, a training and communications company based in Saint Paul, Minnesota, specializing in eLearning. edChunk has produced scores of eLearning, virtual tours, video magazines, classroom courses, promotional multimedia pieces for Fortune 500 clients including DuPont-Pioneer Seed, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, Ameriprise Financial and others. To punctuate their entry into the mobile space, in 2014, Adam launched edTotal, a Learning Record Store based on the new Experience API. With edTotal, Adam hopes to help companies create social learning and performance environments that bring information and training to the workforce on their mobile devices at the their moments of need.
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