The USA has been punching way below it's weight in m-learning for quite some time, but it feels like the giant is slowly awakening:
1: I am on my way to meet the US Navy, who have invited us to run a mobile learning project with them
the details are not yet public, but we hoping to integrate the best of mobile learning with their high-performance e-learning system
2: Tomorrow I will be at a mobile learning "think tank" in Washington DC
mobilelearning09.org looks small, but hopefully perfectly formed ... with a large number of people I have not heard of in the m-learning arena before. Lets see what's happening in the US!
3: A great looking m-learning content site is being launched tomorrow, at http://cc.mlearnopedia.com
In their infinite wisdom(!) Tony Karrer and Judy Brown have linked their content aggregator to our humble blog ... so if you visit cc.mlearnopedia.com don't be surprised to find out about us all over again!
We look forward to finding out more, and reporting back on what's happening in US mobile learning!
(I am doing my first "blogging on a plane" ... so not sure exactly when this will go live!)