Handheld Learning 2007 (Version 2.0)

29 10 2007

Like James Clay at e-Learning Stuff, I couldn’t go to Handheld Learning 2007. Its location half a globe away made it rather more sensible to concentrate my efforts on mLearn 2007, which was held here in Australia, in my favourite Australian city, Melbourne, a fortnight ago.

But thanks to the wonders of the Internet, I’m now able to explore and participate in Handheld Learning 2007, thanks to the wealth of materials generated by the conference. It’s wonderful that the conference has embraced the Web 2.0 philosophy of sharing the knowledge, and I’m enormously grateful that I have an opportunity to sift through the following troves, looking for m-learning treasures!

You’ll now find a lot of media from the conference now online with much more to follow:

Handheld Learning TV is at:

Podcasts are at:

Presentation slides at:

Pictures at:

Tony Vincent provides a review at:

And Bob Harrison at:

A large list of other people’s reviews can be found at:

Terrific stuff! I’ll be poring over these and avidly comparing them with mLearn’s outcomes (which should also be documented online in as much detail within the next week or so)…

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29 10 2007
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[…] I’m slowly reviewing the videos of Handheld Learning 2007, which have been generously recorded and shared in audio and video podcasts. […]

29 10 2007
MKFC Stockholms Folkhögskola » Blog Archive » Handheld learning 2007 finns att tillgå i efterhand

[…] Leonard Low på Mobile Learning tipsar om att det med dagens teknologi finns möjligheter att i efterhand uppleva Handheld Learning 2007 på nätet i efterhand. […]

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