About the session:
Our dear friend, Dr. Diana Carl invites you to provide feedback on her most recent research in Human Performance Innovation!
During the session we will explore:
During this interactive session, you will engage in a lively discussion of Diana’s research findings regarding how context is impacting learning and performance and how context influences the design of the latest mobile learning tools!
Be among the first to engage in Diana’s exciting research. You will receive a summary of the discussion and outcomes for your participation.
As you know, Diana is a powerful voice in the Human Performance field and her work is designed to improve our understanding the evolution of the human performance discipline. There is no commercial agenda.
Participation is limited to 10 volunteers so please register early.
For more information on Diana’s research please contact here at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Diana Carl, of Diana R Carl LLC, has worked and published in human performance technology for 40 years since completing her doctorate at Indiana University. Her experience spans government, private enterprise, foreign government agencies, and academic institutions. She has been responsible for the introduction of technology-based systems domestically and internationally including satellite-based videoconference systems for post-secondary and continuing education, the first USPS learning management system, and the evaluation of technologies to support U.S. Coast Guard personnel. She planned and led the U.S. Department of Transportation pilot for mobile learning and performance support. Her juried publications cover evaluation of technology-based adult learning and the impacts of technology-based interventions on corporations and academic institutions.