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OCTOBER 21, 2010 #mlearn2010 Virtual Mobile City Guide by A. Dingli
This project got a Learning award in Munich just last week. Abstract as mentioned in the proceedings The Virtual Mobile City Guide (VMCG) is a mobile application which aims to provide the user with digital equivalent tools which tourists normally use while travelling and provides them with factual information about the city. It was also shown that the Android platform provides the adequate environment to develop such applications. Tags: mobile mLearning mLearn augmented reality mobile learning mLearn10
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JUNE 12, 2012 A Mobile Game World
Once or twice a week I commute to the office using public transport. As a learning designer, it pays to watch what people are doing around me. The second was the phenomenal incursion of mobile phones, it seems everyone carried one and many individuals were absorbed in its use through their commute. The games being played are nothing like the games played on PCs and consoles.
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FEBRUARY 23, 2011 My Reflections on the Mobile World Congress
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) last week in Barcelona reminded me of the early days of Comdex. was honored to serve as a judge for the Mobile World Congress 2011 16th annual Global Mobile Awards in the category of Best mLearning Innovation. This is the first time that mobile learning has been recognized. The winner was Urban Planet Mobile from Savannah, Georgia, for their mobile English learning initiative. Hopefully next year there will be additional focus on mobile learning. Show transportation was excellent.
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AUGUST 16, 2009 Personalising Learning with the iPod Touch
Personalising Learning with the iPod Touch A day in the life of a 21st Century Classroom Home About From the kids iPod Touch Apps Josh’s Tips Lessons Global mobile research project final report Posted by: louiseduncan | August 16, 2009 | 1 Comment | Here is a copy of the research report produced by Delphian eLearning for Etech Group outlining the findings of the Global Mobile Research Project conducted from August 2008 – June 2009. am often asked the question, where does a mobile device like the iPod touch fit in alongside such a movement in our schools?
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MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, 2009 Pockets of Potential | Personalising Learning with the iPod Touch
Personalising Learning with the iPod Touch A day in the life of a 21st Century Classroom Home About From the kids iPod Touch Apps Josh’s Tips Lessons Pockets of Potential Posted by: louiseduncan | August 8, 2009 | No Comment | The report ‘ pockets_of_potential ‘, makes the case that we should not overlook the role mobile technologies can play, if well deployed, in building human capital and in helping to stimulate valuable innovation. Here is a selection of quotes taken from the report. Educators and learners often face a love-hate relationship with technology. MORE >>
MLEARNING WORLD mLearning-World.com: mLearning: Mobile Learning and Performance in the Palm of your Hand
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skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Thursday, February 16, 2006 mLearning: Mobile Learning
and Performance in the Palm of your Hand I received notification from Dr. David Metcalf that his new book, mLearning: Mobile Learning
and Performance in the Palm of your Hand is soon to be released and Ill have a small acknowledgement based on some case studies Ive submitted to David. In his new book, mLearning: Mobile Learning
and Performance in the Palm of Your Hand, IST’s David S. New Le. MORE >>
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