Via Norbert Pachler. I contributed to this workshop last year even though I wasn’t able to attend. Should be well worth it again.
The Centre for Work-based Learning and Education (WLE), at the Institute of Education, London, in conjunction with the London Mobile Learning Group (LMLG), will hold the
3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium: Mobile Learning Cultures across Education, Work and Leisure
on 27 March 2009 at the WLE Centre, IOE London, UK.
The symposium aims to address different audiences, with a focus on education professionals and practitioners from school, further, higher and adult education as well as clinical settings, work and leisure. It will focus on mobile learning theory and practice in education, work and leisure and will address the following themes: „Learning across contexts“, „Cultural approaches to mobile learning“ and „Status quo, visions and conjectures“. Interdisciplinary approaches and thematic crossovers, both in theory and practice, are particularly welcome. Work in progress and international contributions are encouraged.
Registration for the symposium is free but numbers are limited. Priority will be given to authors of accepted abstracts.
– 1 October 2008: First call for expressions of interest and extended abstracts.
– 3 November 2008: Second call for expressions of interest and extended abstracts.
– 30 January 2009 – 27 February 2009: Registration.
Further dates and detailed information about the Symposium is available in the attached flyer as well as on the symposium website at http://symposium.londonmobilelearning.net.
Dr. Norbert Pachler (WLE Centre, IOE London, UK)
Judith Seipold M.A. (University of Kassel, Germany / Associate at the WLE Centre, IOE London, UK)
Dr. Giasemi Vavoula (Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK)
Prof. Agnes Kukulska-Hulme (Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, UK)
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