In June and July, eXtension.org had Luke Wroblewski give two presentations on mobile learning: Mobile First and Organizing Mobile Web Experiences. While I did not have the opportunity to attend the presentations, I did hear good things about his book Mobile First*.
I received Mobile First on Thursday and read it in one sitting. The book is 123 pages of useful material spread out across two parts and seven chapters. Part one focuses on why you should pursue a mobile initiative, some of the constraints, and some of the opportunities, and part two provides a number of great tips on how to make it happen from organizing content, controlling actions, input suggestions, and layout options. Read more