3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium:
Mobile Learning Cultures across Education, Work and Leisure

27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK
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v. March 27th, 2009


Track 1 - Learning across contexts
(Chair: John Cook)
Track 2 - Cultural approaches to mobile learning
(Chair: Kristof Nyiri)
Track 3 - Status quo, visions and conjectures
(Chair: Agnes Kukulska-Hulme)
  Room: 639 Room: WLE Centre Room: 646
09:00-09:30 Arrival and coffee





09:30-09:35 Welcome and introduction: Norbert Pachler




09:35-10:05 Keynote - Kim Whittlestone (Chair: Norbert Pachler)

Principles behind the Mobile Killer Application in Education
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10:10-10:30 Carl Smith; John Cook Ben Bachmair Eduarda Ferreira

Interaction Heuristics for Context-Sensitive Mobile Learning
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Historical perspective on appropriation as a key term for a socio-cultural ecology and an educational framework for mediated learning
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Does school fit in mobile phones? The whole world does
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10:30-10:50 Julie Wintrup; Ros Foskett; Liz James Norbert Pachler Mark A.M. Kramer

Work-based learning and student agency: developing strategic learners
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The London Mobile Learning Group socio-cultural ecological approach to mobile learning: an overview
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Deciphering the Future of Learning Through Daily Observation
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10:50-11:10 Silke Günther; Benjamin Feldner; Gabriele Schulz-Salveter András Benedek; Kristóf Nyíri Jocelyn Wishart; David Green

Mobile Learning as a Means for Training - Health Care Workers at the Tertiary Level
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Beyond Hardcopy: The Inevitability of Microcontent Emerging Issues in Mobile Learning: Future Scenarios for Work Based Learning
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11:10-11:30 Coffee - Discussions





11:30-11:50 Katja Friedrich Laura Czerniewicz; Cheryl Brown Agnes Kukulska-Hulme

Mobile Learning as a Part of Classroom Instruction
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Blurring boundaries: How ICTS are challenging notions of learning in South African universities
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Mobility in mobile learning: have we only scratched the surface?
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11:50-12:10 Rebecca Reynolds; Catherine Speight; Kevin Walker Cheryl Brown Markku Rissanen

Bridging formal and informal learning using mobile digital museum trails It’s (I’m) not good enough: contrasting discourses of ICTs amongst South African university students
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Active and inclusive m-learning by mobile phones
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12:10-12:30 Julie Laxton; Ceridwen Coulby Klaus Rummler Judith Seipold

Mobile Learning and Assessment – The Student Perspective
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‘At-risk learners’
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Mo-LeaP – The mobile learning projects database
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12:30-12:45 Discussion Discussion Discussion




12:45-13:25 Lunch




13:30-14:00 Keynote - Charlie Schick (Chair: Giasemi Vavoula)

What will the future of scientific publishing look like?
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Track 1a Track 2 Track 1b (!)

Room: WLE Centre
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Room: 646
14:05-14:25 Theo Hug Elisabetta Adami Christoph Pimmer

Integrated Microlearning – Concepts, Cases, and Scenarios
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A self-reflexive semiotic analysis of mobile devices
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Work-based mobile learning in the health sector - Concept of a mobile learning system exemplified by educational scenarios of junior doctors
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14:25-14:45 Stamatina Anastopoulou; Mike Sharples; Shaaron Ainsworth; Charles Crook Judith Seipold; Norbert Pachler Carol Savill-Smith; Rebecca Douch

Personal Inquiry: linking the cultures of home and school with technology mediated science inquiry
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Towards a methodology of researching mobile learning
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The use of mobile learning to break down barriers between education and work in Further Education
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14:45-15:05 Coffee - Discussions




15:10-15:30 Jørgen Bang; Christian Dalsgaard; Kristian Engelbrecht; Rolf Lemminger; Thea Skaanes Daithí Ó Murchú; Elsebeth Korsgaard Sorensen António dos Reis; Xabier Basogain Olabe; Florentino Blázquez; Sixto Cubo; Miguel Angel Olabe

Touch the World - and communicate the experience via Mobile Phones - When mobile media promote personalised learning processes at museums
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i-Learning – The Enculturation of 21st Century Life and Learning
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To be or not to be M-learning (that it is the Question)
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15:30-15:50 Mark van 't Hooft; Thomas McNeal/ Mark van 't Hooft; Karen Swan; John Bennett Christina Preston; John Cuthell; Theo Kuechel; Leon Cych; Dai Thomas; Drew Buddie; Allison Allen Chrisina Draganova

The GeoHistorian Project/ Learning Math While Mobile: Creating Opportunities for Elementary Math Learning New professional cultures: braided gatherings in The Third Space
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Use of Mobile Phone Technologies in the Classroom Context
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15:50-16:05 Discussion Discussion Discussion




16:05-16:30 Plenary: feedback from tracks and discussion (Chair: Norbert Pachler)




16:30 Close

 

 

 

 

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