If you give a mouse an iPad….. technical guidelines for building software in a changing landscape

I have been invited to moderate a panel next Thursday, September 18 at 2:00 – 3:00 pm EDT on the technical guidelines for building education technology and software in a changing market landscape.  When education publishers and providers develop and release solutions to the market we must not only consider what hardware is available in the classroom, but also what software runs in these environments.        

This event is being sponsored by SIIA Education Division and is free to register.  Please register here.

Join industry leaders who are well-versed in building software for the changing landscape in education technology.

They will discuss the following points and leave time for your questions:

  • How do you support a culture of innovation, and how do we help customers accommodate that?

  • Are you in perpetual / continuous beta: what challenges are there for K-12, PD, marketing, support, sales?

  • Points on a testing matrix and minimum requirements.

  • And the differences between K-12 and higher ed.

Scheduled speakers are:
Moderator: 
Thomas Squeo, Chief Strategist and Founder of Continuum Education
Panelist: Doug Stein, Chief Technology and Business Development Officer, metacog, and Victory Productions
Panelist: Doug Roberts, Vice President of District Partnerships, Engrade

and just added:

Panelist: Gail Lewis, Sr. Product Manager, Capstone Publishers

Panelist: Prasad Ram (Pram), CEO, Gooru Learning

Please register here.

If you have any questions, or have difficulties registering or participating in the webinar, please contact Becki Lake at: blake@siia.net or 202-789-4485.