Leveraging Mobile Learning for Sales Enablement

Wednesday, December 11, 2013 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
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Join us for an exploration of how mobile devices can be leveraged to augment and support sales professionals, since they are often the most mobile team members that require training and performance support. New instructional design patterns for creating superior sales tools, job aids, and learning experiences for tablets, smartphones, and SMS-enabled feature phones will be explored in this how-to focused webinar featuring content from the upcoming ASTD Infoline of the same title.


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As managing director of Float Mobile Learning, Chad Udell designs, develops and manages interactive Web and mobile projects. Chad has worked with industry-leading Fortune 500 companies to develop customized interactive content, Chad is recognized as an expert in design and development, and he speaks regularly at national conferences on design, development and mobile learning. Chad has a B.S. in graphic design from Bradley University.

Gary Woodill
Gary Woodill

Senior Analyst, Float Mobile Learning

As a senior analyst for Float Mobile Learning, Gary writes research reports, market analyses, and white papers, as well as articles for Float’s blog. Additionally, he conducts assessments and forecasting for emerging technologies. Gary is the author of The Mobile Learning Edge and the co-author of Training and Collaboration with Virtual Worlds. He holds an EdD degree in applied psychology from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto.