Twenty-one participants attended a half day workshop held at the annual m-Learn conference in Delft, focused on designing innovative mobile learning pedagogies. The workshop was run by Kevin Burden and Matthew Kearney and was also attended by Ton Koenrad and Jeroen Bottema, projects members from the DEIMP team. Participants included academics from across the world including China, Asia, Africa and the USA. The workshop was also attended by the editor of the International Mobile and Blended Learning Journal, David Parsons, who briefly explained the process of submission for the special edition on Innovation in Mobile Learning which the project team are editing.
If you are interested in registering for the next iteration of the online course (MOOC) you can enrol here:
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Ray Kirtley and Kevin Burden attended the 9th EFL conference in Reading, UK and presented their Mobile Learning in Thailand project. Although the project took place in December 2017, the outcomes with regard to mobile learning, are still relevant today and are particularly important for fieldwork. This is a great conference to attend and is very relevant for anybody interested in mobile learning in non formal settings. Strongly recommended. #deimp #2019EFL