BOONEVILLE - Northeast Mississippi Community College will offer learning opportunities to more than 1,000 people during its 12th annual Mobile Learning Conference.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the college has moved the conference online and will offer sessions for free from June 15-17.
Fifty experts will be on hand to teach lessons on topics from higher education to technical knowledge, mobile device management, creative teaching and photography.
Some sessions will focus on education while others are geared toward the public, such as moving on after COVID-19 or learning how to use a MacBook.
More than 1,000 attendees have already registered for the three-day event, with guests having signed up from as far away as Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom.
Educators looking to renew their teaching licenses can earn up to three continuing education units (CEUs) at a nominal fee, the college said in a press release.
One CEU can be earned by attending 10 sessions of the conference. For attending 30 sessions of the conference, educators will receive the full allotment of three CEUs.
Sessions will last for one hour each and the conference will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Multiple sessions are available at the same time for participants looking to multitask during the conference.
Participants can register, view a full list of sessions and schedule of events and speakers can be found at https://mobile-learning-12.heysummit.com.