I gotta share this, it is fantastic.
Alex Hayes, who’s been involved in promoting, leading, and innovating flexible and mobile learning for a number of years, has just posted up his retrospective on the last 2 years of mobile learning, which he will be presenting at the National TAFE Construction Conference, September 5-7 2007, hosted by my very own Canberra Institute of Technology.
Leigh Blackall describes Alex’s slideshow thus, and I must concur:
“It is a beautiful presentation, innovative in its creation, extensive, participatory, self explanatory… … A celebration!”
Alex has put in a lot of work, gathering opinions from national and international teachers, mobile technologists, educational technologists, researchers and more. His experiences – and the other experiences shared in this slideshow – provide some great insights into where we’ve come from… and hint at where we’re heading to with m-learning.
Great work, Alex!
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