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Tips for Programming Mobile Learning Solutions with Matt Kurtin

There are a number of programming tools designed specifically for m-learning. These tools can provide huge efficiency advantages as compared to traditional programming languages. However, to realize the efficiency gains,  the tools must be chosen wisely and used properly. During this presentation, we'll examine some of the most common m-learning tools. We'll also discuss pros/cons and tips for using these tools.

Our Presenter

Matt Kurtin is an m-learning programmer and learning technology consultant at Innovative Learning Group.  Matt has 17 years of experience applying technology to develop award winning e-learning solutions across a broad range of project types. During this time frame, he has served as the lead programmer on hundreds of courses, integrated courses with dozens of SCORM and AICC compliant learning management systems, and developed a couple of learning management systems from scratch. Matt has a master's degree in electrical engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He is particularly interested in optimal tool selection and maximizing programming efficiency.

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  • Richard Alexander G.

    When applications for learning are hosted on mobile devices,
    you need to comply with physical constraints.

    February 5, 2014

  • Chuck A.

    Rats! I have a gig that night.

    January 29, 2014

  • Steve H.

    Unfortunately, I am scheduled to be out of town for this one.

    See you in March unless something pops in sooner.

    December 8, 2013

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