Dr. Jon Landis is currently a Development Executive with Apple Inc. He is a former professor in the College of Education from Millersville University where he was the graduate coordinator of the Leadership Program and the Coordinator of the CyberSafe Institute.  Jon holds his Ph.D. in Sociology, a Masters degree in Education Leadership, and a B.S. in Chemistry.  He has served as a chemistry teacher, principal, and curriculum director. Dr. Landis speaks nationality on the risks and opportunities associated with mobile technologies. Jon has recently presented at the National Middle School Association annual conference (NMSA), The American Education Research Association International Conference (AERA), the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Annual Conference (ASCD), and the Pennsylvania Trial Judges Annual Professional Development Conference.

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Scott Hamm · May 16, 2011 at 3:07 pm

Jon,
As the director of mobile learning research at Abilene Christian University, done a lot of research onthe iPad and mobile devices. Like to touch base on mobile technology. Thanks for considering,

Scott
325-674-4944

Jon Landis · June 3, 2011 at 1:08 pm

Lunch?

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