Isard Presents at the e-Learning 3.0 Conference at Drexel University

By jretter | February 25, 2015

Josh Isard, assistant professor of English, attended the Drexel University e-Learning 3.0 Conference in March, where he presented to a diverse audience of tech writers, consultants, and representatives from companies like Blackboard and Lockheed Martin.  His presentation, “Mobile Devices, Apps, and Leaving the LMS,” focused on the difficulties of providing and accessing full course content through mobile devices. Particular topics discussed included current apps that work well across platforms, a model of what LMS apps should do going forward, and whether or not using an LMS is necessary or desirable at this point of technological development.