Conference

Final Conference Programme

London - Friday, June 22

Venue:
Institute of Education - University of London
WLE Centre, Level 4, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL.

Nearest tube station: Russell Square; getting there: http://www.ioe.ac.uk/sitehelp/1072.html


Programme

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The aims of this conference are to disseminate the findings of the MyMobile project; to raise awareness about mobile learning practices in different European countries; and to discuss potential mobile learning scenarios.

09.30 – 10.00 Arrival and coffee
10.00 – 10.15 Welcome by Norbert Pachler (IOE) PPT video
10.15 – 10.45 Katja Friedrich (medien+bildung.com)

MyMobile: Education on the move – an overview of the project and its results

PPT video
10.45 – 11.15 Coffee break
11.15 – 12.00 Norbert Pachler (IOE) and Ben Bachmair (IOE)

Mobile learning: issues and perspectives

PPT video
12.00 – 12.30 Maria Ranieri (UNIFI) and Isabella Bruni (Media Educator)

Promoting (disadvantaged young) adults’ self-representation skills for job search through mobile storytelling

PPT video
12.30 – 13.00 Daniel Zils (medien+bildung.com)

Connecting older learners in semi-rural areas: mobile learning scenarios from a cross-generational house in Germany

PPT video
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch
14.00 – 14.30 Catherine Geeroms and Paul de Theux (Media Animation)

Sensitising educators and trainers to the opportunity of mobile learning

PPT video
14.30 – 15.00 Ben Bachmair (IOE)

Mobile portfolios as learning resources for at-risk learners

PPT video
15.00 – 15.45 Kevin Burden (Hull)

Handheld learning in North East Lincolnshire

PPT video
15.45 – 16.00 Maria Ranieri (UNIFI)

Mobile learning in adult education: lessons learnt and recommendations

PPT video
16.00 – 16.30 Concluding panel discussion moderated by Patrick Verniers (Media Animation) video
16.30 Close

Powerpoint of presentations

Welcome by Norbert Pachler (IOE)

Norbert Pachler
View more PowerPoint from mymobileeu

Katja Friedrich (medien+bildung.com)

MyMobile: Education on the move – an overview of the project and its results

Katja Friedrich
View more PowerPoint from mymobileeu

Norbert Pachler (IOE) and Ben Bachmair (IOE)

Mobile learning: issues and perspectives

Ben Bachmair Cultural Ecology
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Maria Ranieri (UNIFI) and Isabella Bruni (Media Educator)

Promoting (disadvantaged young) adults’ self-representation skills for job search through mobile storytelling

Maria Ranieri and Isabella Bruni
View more PowerPoint from mymobileeu

Daniel Zils (medien+bildung.com)

Connecting older learners in semi-rural areas: mobile learning scenarios from a cross-generational house in Germany

Daniel Zils
View more PowerPoint from mymobileeu

Catherine Geeroms and Paul de Theux (Media Animation)

Sensitising educators and trainers to the opportunity of mobile learning

Paul de Theux and Catherine Gerooms
View more PowerPoint from mymobileeu

Ben Bachmair (IOE)

Mobile portfolios as learning resources for at-risk learners

Ben Bachmair Mobile Portfolios
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Kevin Burden (Hull)

Handheld learning in North East Lincolnshire

Kevin Burden
View more presentations from mymobileeu

Maria Ranieri (UNIFI)

Mobile learning in adult education: lessons learnt and recommendations

Maria Ranieri and Isabella Bruni Lessons learnt from mymobileeu

Videos of the conference

Welcome by Norbert Pachler (IOE)


Katja Friedrich (medien+bildung.com)

MyMobile: Education on the move – an overview of the project and its results


Norbert Pachler (IOE) and Ben Bachmair (IOE)

Mobile learning: issues and perspectives


Maria Ranieri (UNIFI) and Isabella Bruni (Media Educator)

Promoting (disadvantaged young) adults’ self-representation skills for job search through mobile storytelling


Daniel Zils (medien+bildung.com)

Connecting older learners in semi-rural areas: mobile learning scenarios from a cross-generational house in Germany


Catherine Geeroms and Paul de Theux (Media Animation)

Sensitising educators and trainers to the opportunity of mobile learning


Ben Bachmair (IOE)

Mobile portfolios as learning resources for at-risk learners


Kevin Burden (Hull)

Handheld learning in North East Lincolnshire


Maria Ranieri (UNIFI)

Mobile learning in adult education: lessons learnt and recommendations


Concluding panel discussion moderated by Patrick Verniers (Media Animation)