Presentation “The ‘Network for Mobile Learning Scenarios’. A network for developing and distributing mobile learning practice.”

On Monday, February 23rd, 2015, I held a presentation as part of our LMLG Workshop at UNESCO Mobile Learning Week. Focus was on our “Network for Mobile Learning Scenarios”, our public “Mobile Learning Scenarios Weblog” and our perspective on school development.

My slides are available here.
Further information about the event and our workshop can be accessed via this blogpost.

Public Mobile Learning Scenarios Weblog now on-line

This week, we launched our “Mobile Learning Scenarios Weblog” (hosted by the LMLG, and part of the “Network for Mobile Learning Scenarios”). People interested in letting teachers, researchers and policy makers know about their mobile learning practice in formal and informal learning contexts are invited to submit their scenarios. Please spread the word!

As the page is quite new and we just started to submit content, the number of scenarios is still low. However, we hope to get submissions soon and will be able to provide a rich resource for people interested in mobile learning practice.

For practitioners who want to realise mobile learning, but need a bit support are invited to use our template for planning and evaluating mobile learning scenarios. It is available in English and German language.

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Workshop at UNESCO Mobile Learning Week 2015 accepted

We were notified about the acceptance of our proposal for a workshop at the UNESCO Mobile Learning Week 2015 at the end of 2014. The workshop will be held by members of the London Mobile Learning Group (LMLG) in co-operation with colleagues from the we.learn.it project. Focus will be on ‘how mobile technology is being used to improve educational opportunities for women and girls around the world’. The workshop will take place in Paris on Monday, February 23rd, 2015, from 14:30 to 17:30.
I am going to present our ‘Network for Mobile Learning Scenarios’ @ LMLG, including our soon-to-come public ‘Mobile Learning Scenarios Weblog‘.
Colleagues involved:

  • Norbert Pachler, UCL IoE, UK
  • Anna-Kaarina Kairamo, Aalto University, Finland
  • Miko Laakso, Aalto University, Finland
  • Thomas Strasser, PH Wien, Austria
  • Carlos González-Sancho, OECD, France
  • Ben Bachmair, UCL IoE, UK
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