Handheld Learning 2009 Awards Voting Is Open

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Great excitement as the finalists for this years Handheld Learning Awards for Innovation & Best Practice have been announced and are now online for public voting via non-premium rate SMS. This means that for those people who have free txt messages as part of their phone contract voting costs nothing, the system also accepts SMS votes from Skype and in an effort to be fair to those voting from overseas we count every vote from a non-UK origin phone as 2 votes.

You can review the finalists and voting details at:
http://bit.ly/ScAbB

Information about the awards event can be found at:
http://bit.ly/a6tog

Voting ends on Monday 28th September and the winners will be announced at the Handheld Learning Awards Party hosted by Jason Bradbury on Monday 5th October so put this date in your diary!

Please show your support and appreciation for the innovation of international practitioners and tell us who you think should take home the most prestigious awards in the field of learning, teaching and mobile computing.

The Awards party brings the 12 hour, FREE to attend, Handheld Learning Festival to a close on Monday 5th Oct before the main Handheld Learning Conference begins on the 6th Oct.

If you’re not a delegate for the conference but would like to come to the free Festival then please register at:
http://bit.ly/jWhLG

There are still full conference passes available as well as day passes for the conference on Wednesday register at:
http://bit.ly/18mx1H

Review the amazing programme – from Malcolm McLaren to Ray Kurzweil at:
http://bit.ly/oGTc1

Confirmed speakers at:
http://bit.ly/5auQI

Image Credit: http://www.handheldlearning2009.com

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