With colleagues from the Network for Mobile Learning Scenarios (NfMLS), a network of the London Mobile Learning Group (LMLG), I developed a first draft of a template that will be used for the network’s public “m-learning scenarios” weblog. The blog will be launched by the end of 2014 / beginning of 2015 at scenarios.londonmobilelearning.net and… Continue reading Template for mobile learning scenarios
Klaus Rummler und ich haben für die Frühjahrstagung der DGfE Sektion Medienpädagogik (Medien – Wissen – Bildung: Freie Bildungsmedien und Digitale Archive), die am 11. und 12. April 2013 in Innsbruck stattfand, ein Poster zur MoLeaP – Mobile Learning Projektdatenbank eingereicht. Das Abstract dazu ist weiter unten sowie im Programmheft der Tagung einsehbar, das Poster… Continue reading MoLeaP Poster auf der DGfE Medien-Tagung in Innsbruck
On March 27 and 28, 2012 the conference “Educational Media Ecologies – International Perspectives” took place at the University of Paderborn (Germany). As I was not able to attend in person I submitted a video presentation that can be watched on YouTube or below. The slides can be accessed via the slideshare website, the abstract… Continue reading Mobile Learning. Potential and controversy embodied in a young scientific field, and arising consequences for future research and practice.
Graham Attwell posted his reflections about the Mobile Learning: Crossing Boundaries Conference on the vernally greenish Pontydysgu website. The blog post can be accessed here. Graham commented on organisational aspects such as theme venue costs formats online-tools organising committee. Especially good to see that Graham picked up the idea we discussed last week about having… Continue reading MLCB conference – retrospection II
After a busy week – it started on Saturday 19th with the two-days EduCamp (#echb11) and ended with the Medien Kongress in Berlin (#kbom11) on March 25 – it is time to close the chapter MLCB 2011 (#MLCB). This post is simply to reflect on lessons learnt and issues emerging, and to provide URLs to… Continue reading MLCB conference – retrospection
Graham Attwell, Jenny Hughes and Dirk Stieglitz did a great job with the live radio show from our MLCB conference which took place in Bremen on March 21 and 22, 2011. The podcast is available from the Pontydysgu weblog. Below is the description of the two shows as well as the URL to the podcasts.… Continue reading Sounds of the Bazaar live internet radio at the MLCB conference