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Mobile Learning infokit / Home. Innovative practice with e-learning guide. 'Innovative Practice with e-Learning' is a good practice guide to embedding mobile and wireless technologies into everyday practice which is aimed at practitioners and managers in further and higher education and adult and community learning.

Innovative practice with e-learning guide

This publication builds on the case study approach adopted in ‘Effective Practice with e-Learning’ to explore ways in which mobile and wireless technologies have become established in post-16 and higher education institutions. ‘Innovative Practice with e-Learning’ identifies challenges and benefits relating to the use of six commonly found mobile devices and reflects the findings of reports commissioned through the e-Learning and Innovation strand. 10 new case studies are also included to illustrate the use and the impact of these new technologies from three perspectives: those of the learner, the practitioner and the institution.

Download the publication and associated audit and planning tools4 Accessibility Feedback Acknowledgements. Slide to Learn guide 1.5. Mobile learning for teacher professional learning: benefits, obstacles and issues - ALT-J - Volume 17, Issue 3. Skip to content The online platform for Taylor & Francis Group content Error The requested article is not currently available on this site. Librarians Librarians' area Pricing Institutional account Access entitlements Co-branding IP ranges Link resolver preferences Usage reports Authors & Editors Societies Help & Information Taylor & Francis Group Powered by Atypon® Literatum © Informa UK Limited, an Informa Group Company. The value of using short‐format podcasts to enhance learning and teaching - ALT-J - Volume 17, Issue 3. Skip to content The online platform for Taylor & Francis Group content Error The requested article is not currently available on this site.

Librarians Librarians' area Pricing Institutional account Access entitlements Co-branding IP ranges Link resolver preferences Usage reports Authors & Editors Societies. A case of a laptop learning campus: how do technology choices affect perceptions? - ALT-J - Volume 17, Issue 3. Skip to content The online platform for Taylor & Francis Group content Error The requested article is not currently available on this site. Librarians Librarians' area Pricing Institutional account Access entitlements Co-branding IP ranges Link resolver preferences Usage reports Authors & Editors Societies Help & Information Taylor & Francis Group Powered by Atypon® Literatum.

Towards an understanding of the virtual context in mobile learning - ALT-J - Volume 17, Issue 3. Skip to content The online platform for Taylor & Francis Group content Error The requested article is not currently available on this site. Librarians Librarians' area Pricing Institutional account Access entitlements Co-branding IP ranges Link resolver preferences Usage reports Authors & Editors Societies Help & Information Taylor & Francis Group Powered by Atypon® Literatum © Informa UK Limited, an Informa Group Company. Mobile and contextual learning - ALT-J - Volume 17, Issue 3. Skip to content The online platform for Taylor & Francis Group content Error The requested article is not currently available on this site.

Librarians Librarians' area Pricing Institutional account Access entitlements Co-branding IP ranges Link resolver preferences Usage reports Authors & Editors Societies Help & Information Taylor & Francis Group Powered by Atypon® Literatum © Informa UK Limited, an Informa Group Company. *LSN Registrations. Ref No Published date Author Jill Attewell Programme Area Mobile Learning (MoLeNET) Theme Enhanced Curriculum Design Cost Summary Phase one of MoLeNET (2007/08) involved 75 colleges and 18 schools, approximately 10,000 learners and 2,000 staff, in 32mobile learning projects.

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