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Mobicip.com CEO Speaking at TCEA 2011 - Mobile Learning Using the iPod touch? In Hindsight

MOBICIPNEWS on February 09, 2011

Suren Ramasubbu, co-founder and CEO of Mobicip.com, will be leading a panel discussion on mobile learning at the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) conference in Austin, Texas. His co-panelists are from Comal ISD and Jim Ned CISD.  The discussion will be held on Thursday, Feb 10, 2:00 to 3:30 PM in 19B.  We are happy to share the discussion description and direct link on the Mobicip blog: http://m.core-apps.com/tcea2011/events/7594de645fc09ef6833ea1a76692b51e

Discussion Topic:  Mobile Learning Using the iPod touch? In Hindsight
Description:  The iPod touch is increasingly being adopted as a mobile learning device by schools. In this discussion, the panel will talk about the challenges faced from different perspectives - leadership, budget, policy, deployment, device management, classroom use, and results - based on the experience from two different school districts' points of view.

At TCEA, in Austin, Texas, attendees can learn from knowledgeable presenters and highly regarded educational technology experts in the country. TCEA has something for every educator who wants to maximize his/her skills and learn more about technology integration in the classroom. More than 400 concurrent sessions and workshops will be presented on subjects from the basics to industry-leading trends and hot topics.
 

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