Richard Scullin founded MobileEd.org, an organization that helps teachers integrate mobiles with curriculum. MobileEd has run mobile learning pilots at a variety schools and colleges, helping teachers, administrators, and students understand how mobiles can be leveraged for inquiry-based learning. Richard has also served as an advisor/contributor to groups such as MW4D.org (Mobile Web for Development (W3.org)), MobileActive.org, and SIGML, ISTE’s mobile interest group. Richard Scullin has presented at conferences such as Handheld-Learning 2010, Mobile Monday Boston and SXSWi 2011, and was a reviewer for mLearn. MobileEd organized and chaired the mobile learning panel for the MacArthur Foundation’s Digital Media & Learning 2010, and was finalist for the MacArthur Foundation / HASTAC’s Digital Media and Learning Competition with its proposal for Open Mobile Learning, a web-based open curricular resource. Richard taught English for over ten years at diverse secondary schools.