The meeting will take place at the Medialab where different teaching scenarios with technology will be tried.
The morning will start with an interactive session in which participants will exchange experiences on mobile apps in primary education processes. Marcus Specht, Professor for advanced learning technologies at CELSTEC, will discuss the trends regarding Mobile Learning. Then, Oscar Buma (Ipad project, Utrecht University) will discuss recent literature studies on Mobile Learning. In the afternoon in the Medialab, employees of CELSTEC will demonstrate some recent developed and applications for mobile technology.
Konzepte und Erfahrungen mit mobilen Lernszenarien in Hochschulen und in der betrieblichen Bildung
Die HERBSTIMPULSE 2012 fokussieren auf den Einsatz mobiler Lernszenarien. Die eingeladenen Experten diskutieren theoretische, konzeptionelle, technische und empirische Fakten zum Thema Mobile Learning und stellen praktische Beispiele vor. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, einige Beispiele zu erproben, Ihre praktischen Erfahrungen auszutauschen sowie Ihre Meinungen in einer interaktiven anonymen Befragung in die Abschlussdiskussion einzugeben . „Mit den dritten Herbstimpulsen wollen wir an das positive Feedback der bisherigen Veranstaltungen anknüpfen und wieder Entwicklungen und Ergebnisse aus Forschung und Praxis weitergeben und miteinander in Verbindung bringen“, betonen die Veranstalter Claudia Bremer, Prof. Dr. Detlef Krömker und Hajo Noll.
The IADIS Mobile Learning 2013 International Conference seeks to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of mobile learning research which illustrate developments in the field.
Mobile learning is concerned with a society on the move. In particular, with the study of “…how the mobility of learners augmented by personal and public technology can contribute to the process of gaining new knowledge, skills and experience” (Sharples et al. 2007).
A growing understanding of the learning and instructional affordances of mobile technologies (alongside technological developments), have enabled the design and investigation of mobile learning experiences across contexts and dimensions of mobile learning. For instance, the literature in the field is rich in studies which investigate how learners move physical locations, utilising several devices/technologies, interacting with various social networks (perhaps across formal and informal learning settings), as they pursuit a learning path or event.
There is much appreciation of learning principles, such as contextual, situated, augmented and collaborative among others, particularly suited to mobile learning. There is a well of studies reporting on how these principles can be best applied in the field. There are also always new technologies being implemented in the context of mobile learning for example, ‘smarter’ phones, e-readers, tablet and augmented reality applications. However, the evaluation of mobile learning is an area that has lagged behind.
The mobile nature of mobile learners and the application of traditional evaluation strategies and tools, have often limited the scope of investigation to what can be observed by researchers or captured by external recording devices (such as video or sound). Thus, a challenge remains to understand what happens while learners are on the move.
The advent of cloud computing and learning analytics offer potential for exploring innovative mobile learning experiences and alternative evaluation strategies which may in turn, shade light into what learning happens in the move.
MoViE provides a space for sharing and creating mobile digital storytelling projects. Through these students have an opportunity to take an international perspective into their learning by collaborating and interacting with peers in other countries. Teachers in the Boundless Classroom are also breaking barriers locally as they use mobile digital storytelling as a way of encouraging students to critically explore their local communities and environments.
Its goal is to develop technology, which can contribute to more effective utilization of worldwide information resources and connect information, media, communication and learning theory in an effective way. This can be based on pedagogical concepts and models and design of embedded hardware and software technology supporting engagement and use of multiple interaction modalities for learning.
Bett is the global meeting place for everyone who is passionate about the transformational power of learning technology.
Bett enables thousands of visitors to discover how technology can improve and enhance learning, from early years to Higher Education and workplace learning and training.
In times where modern learning environments are becoming more mobile and 'learning anywhere' is more of a possibility, Bett gives visitors the opportunity to explore how technology can power learning, raise attainment and increase efficiency.
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Relaunching its renowned Handheld Learning, Game Based Learning and Digital Safety conferences to be hosted 17th-18th June, followed by the LWF 13 Future of Learning Conference & Festival hosted 19th-21st June.
Since 2004 LWF has consistently presented some of the most challenging, forward-thinking conferences that lead, facilitate and record the dialogue about the transformation of society and how our education systems can respond. As a leader and progressive thinker in this field we very much welcome your participation.
The world is witnessing a revolution in mobile and computing technologies which will transform all handheld devices into small computers with multimedia, web browsing and gaming capabilities, and desktop work environments with office software, in addition to the usual telephony on mobile networks and the Internet. IMCL2012 comes as a response to this challenge. The event is part of an international initiative to promote technology-enhanced learning and online engineering world-wide. The initiative includes a series of conferences which are organized under the umbrella of the International Association of Online Engineering.
IMCL2010 will cover all aspects of mobile learning, mobile business, mobile government, mobile society as well as the emergence of mobile technologies, services, implementation and implications for education, business, governments and society.
This annual conference serves as international forum for researches, developers and educators to discuss about technology, innovation and best practices in e-learning, distance education and new learning opportunities.
This year, the eLearning-2012 conference will pay special attention to all aspects of quality assurance in e-learning and accreditation issues in higher education sector as well as other sectors. The conference covers technical and non-technical issues for this type of education. Selected papers from conference will be published in International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning - iJET The Conference Chair: Professor Dragan Domazet, rector of BMU
This Working Paper Series scans the globe to illuminate the ways in which mobile technologies can be used to support the United Nations Education for All Goals; respond to the challenges of particular educational contexts; supplement and enrich formal schooling; and make learning more accessible, equitable, personalized and flexible for students everywhere.
Illustrative Initiatives and Policy Implications
- Turning on Mobile Learning in Latin America
- Turning on Mobile Learning in North America
- Turning on Mobile Learning in Europe
- Turning on Mobile Learning in Asia
- Turning on Mobile Learning in Africa and the Middle East
- Turning on Mobile Learning: Global Themes
Exploring the Potential of Mobile Technologies to Support Teachers and Improve Practice
- Mobile Learning for Teachers in Latin America
- Mobile Learning for Teachers in North America
- Mobile Learning for Teachers in Europe
- Mobile Learning for Teachers in Asia
- Mobile Learning for Teachers in Africa and the Middle East
- Mobile Learning for Teachers: Global Themes