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Canadian Community of Corporate Educators

Trends and Perspectives on Mobile Learning


You must register below to place your  name on the registrants list and gain access to the Rogers building to attend the meeting.

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Stay and join us for lunch at 11 am after the meeting!!

This session on mobile learning will provide a high-level overview of mobile learning from a technology and content perspective and touch on some of the challenges that organizations are facing.  Given the increasing interest in mobile learning, some key trends will be covered.  Examples of organizations leveraging mobile strategies will also be shared with a highlight on the work being done at BlackBerry to embed “mobile first” into corporate systems and delivery strategies.

Speaker: Matt Fisher, BlackBerryMatthew Fisher 2 (3)

With over 12 years in the Learning industry, Matt Fisher has led a diverse range of initiatives to drive effective organizational learning and enhance user experience through leading edge technology solutions.

Early in Matt’s career he joined Desire2Learn, where as a Technical Product Manager he oversaw product design for the Learning Environment and owned the creation of ePortfolio, the first online personalized learning tool.

In 2009 he joined BlackBerry, working in leadership roles within Learning Technology, Content Design and HR Systems and Programs. His core focus has been to leverage the combined technology of in-house and vendor systems to build out a connected and seamless end-to-end HR experience for employees. Most recently this includes alignment to BlackBerry’s “mobile first” strategy that mandates all corporate technology solutions to be mobile accessible as a priority and allow employees to work from various form factors (smartphones, tablets etc.) 

You can reach Matt at or via LinkedIn to chat further about his passion for the future of learning technology!

Instructions to enter the Rogers Building:

  1. Enter the building from the 333 Bloor St E doors and go to the security desk.
  2. You must show security a picture ID, sign in and you will be given a visitors access card.
  3. Enter through the security gates and take the first elevator on the left marked above with “Velma Rogers Theatre”. This is the only elevator that takes you directly to the floor where the Overflow Room is.
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Date(s) - 10/12/2014
8:45 am - 12:00 pm




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