Lisa Dawley, Ph.D., is CEO & founder of GoGo Labs, a disruptive learning technology design lab, and former professor of educational technology. Dawley provides innovative leadership in the design and pedagogy of virtual environments for teaching and learning. She is the PI for Planet Stewards, a DML Badges for Lifelong Learning awardee, creating quest-based curriculum and career badges in partnership with NOAA. She is a co-inventor of 3D GameLab, a quest-based learning software, and also created EDTECH Island, a virtual world resource supporting international teacher education. Dawley was co-author of the Going Virtual! research series studying professional development for K-12 online teachers. Dawley received a Top 20 Bestselling Books Award for her text, The Tools for Successful Online Teaching. Dawley is also co-founder of the Mobile Learning SIG at SITE, and the Applied Research in Virtual Environments for Learning Special Interest Group (ARVEL SIG) affiliated with AERA. She was an invited research fellow at Stanford’s Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences summer institute, and recipient of grants from the Spencer Foundation and HASTAC. Dawley is a former member of the Board of Directors for the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL). She received the Distinguished Research Award from the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE), and two Presidential Service Awards from the Association of Educational Communications & Technology (AECT).
Creating a Successful Mobile Adoption in the Classroom and Beyond!

Whether you are a teacher, tech director, principal or other educator, this session holds something for everyone. Drawing from SITE's 21 Critical Questions for Mobile Adoption, we'll explore cases, trends, and solutions for creating a successful mobile adoption in your school. Engage your students and their families with empowering mobile strategies such as gamification, leveraging social media for safe community building, and interactive subject-area apps that promote creativity and personalized learning. Leave this session with jam-packed ideas and resources on where to go next in your mobile planning and implementation process.