Category Archives: mLearning

Equipping lecturers for the iRevolution: iPads in action

Image via WikipediaJames Oldfield presented on a project that both he and Thom Cochrane have been working on at Unitec. James started with a bit of an overview of the background to the project, especially around the question “what is … Continue reading

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Harnessing the Smartphone Revolution

Image via Wikipedia Braden Turner (the innovations manager at Vodafone NZ) was a keynote speaker at the ICELF conference, and he spoke about smart devices, and harnessing the ‘revolution’. He fronted up by saying that he is not an mLearning … Continue reading

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Belonging, becoming and being: First-year apprentices’ experiences in the workplace

If you have not heard of Selena Chan and the work she is doing in the Vocational Education and Training sector – especially around the use of mobile learning – then this report is a must: Belonging, becoming and being: … Continue reading

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Authentically mobile: Designing learning on the move

Image by via FlickrDr Jan Herrington was a key note at ULearn and started with a good humoured reference to the recent Australian loss in the Rugby World Cup 🙂 She then moved on to showing a photograph of … Continue reading

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