East Midlands Learning Technologists

East Midlands Learning Technologists' Group, supported by ALT

EMLT Summer meeting and call for presentations: Let’s get mobile

on May 26, 2015
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Our Summer meeting of the East Midlands Learning Technologists’ group is due to take place on Monday 29th June 2015, 12:00-16:00, Loughborough University.

 

Let’s get mobile!

Mobile devices give us a unique opportunity to have learners embedded in a realistic context at the same time as having access to supporting tools” (FUTURELAB, 2004). Jisc use this quote as part of their Mobile Learning Infokit and it helps to set the scene for our next EMLT meeting about mobile learning. During the event we will look to explore the benefits and challenges associated with going mobile and provide a variety of examples of how mobile technologies have been used to support learning.

 

Call for presentations

We’d still like some Pecha Kucha sessions, presentations from our community – 6 minute presentations with images – where you tell us about the approaches you have taken using mobile technologies to support learning, so please complete the form if you’re happy to present.

Pecha Kucha sign up: https://goo.gl/KaWVyg

Closing date for submitting ideas is 5pm on Friday 12th June 2015.

 

Event Details

If you have not yet booked a place, please complete the form on Eventbrite, you will need to enter the password to get in. This is: em1t (emlt with the L replaced by a number 1). The booking form is at http://emltsummer15.eventbrite.co.uk

Food and drink will be available on arrival at 12:00 – details to follow.

A map for the campus can be found on the website http://maps.lboro.ac.uk/?l=design-school and directions to the room will be provided nearer the time.


If you’d like any more detail, please drop me an email to Laura Hollinshead at laurahollinshead@gmail.com

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