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High School to iSchool: An interview with Travis Allen

MOBICIPNEWS on June 20, 2012

Running Mobicip gives us first hand visibility into the evolution in mobile education.

Travis Allen, one of mobile education's biggest advocates, is a college student at Kennesaw State University.  He manages a 15-member student team who runs seminars, develops applications, and maintains a social network of schools and students - all to further mobile education.

I recently had the privilege of interviewing Travis Allen in 2010 and again this year - this time talking about the transition from High School to "iSchool".

The full From High School to iSchool: 10 Questions for Travis Allen article can be read here.

 

 

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