David Rogers is a doctoral
student at the University
of Central Florida, and a
research associate at the Institute for Simulation & Training. A graduate
of the Air Force Academy, he served for several years as a manager for aid and
development projects in sub-Saharan Africa.
David’s current research fields include information policy, and advance
educational technology for the developing world.
With the advent of mobile phones that can determine their location, scan and read bar codes, run software, and easily connect to the Web and to other mobile phones via the Internet cloud, new location-based learning strategies are just around the corner. Three leading experts in this area offer a brief overview of the technology, what’s possible now, and what will soon be available.