MoLeNET
James Clay
Ron Mitchell
“The exploitation of ubiquitous handheld
technologies, together with wireless and mobile
phone networks, to facilitate, su...
Myths
mobile technologies are inherently inaccessible

young people understand how to use mobile
technologies

mobile technologi...
MoLeNET Phases I & II

£19.2 million
115 colleges
29 schools
20,000 learners
4,000 practitioners
MoLeNET Phase III


£4.2 million
17 large £100,000+ projects
30 small £20,000 projects
Outputs
Research
Research Aims

how colleges use mobile learning to improve
teaching and learning
the impact of mobile learning on learners...
Using mobile learning
allow learners to access learning anywhere, anytime

allow for personalised and individualised learning

support, enhance ...
Challenges
planning and preparation essential

training and experimentation time is critical

mobile learning materials take time to ...
MoLeNET Support
Mentors

www.molenetprojects.org.uk

Online Conferences

Training
MoLeNET
www.molenet.org.uk

www.moletv.org.uk

www.moleshare.org.uk

www.molenetprojects.org.uk

www.molenetprojects.org.uk/molete...
MoLeNET Presentation at JISC Experts Group Meeting
MoLeNET Presentation at JISC Experts Group Meeting
MoLeNET Presentation at JISC Experts Group Meeting
MoLeNET Presentation at JISC Experts Group Meeting
MoLeNET Presentation at JISC Experts Group Meeting
MoLeNET Presentation at JISC Experts Group Meeting
MoLeNET Presentation at JISC Experts Group Meeting
MoLeNET Presentation at JISC Experts Group Meeting
MoLeNET Presentation at JISC Experts Group Meeting
MoLeNET Presentation at JISC Experts Group Meeting
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MoLeNET Presentation at JISC Experts Group Meeting

  1. 1. MoLeNET James Clay Ron Mitchell
  2. 2. “The exploitation of ubiquitous handheld technologies, together with wireless and mobile phone networks, to facilitate, support, enhance and extend the reach of teaching and learning.”
  3. 3. Myths
  4. 4. mobile technologies are inherently inaccessible young people understand how to use mobile technologies mobile technologies, particularly mobile phones are disruptive technologies expensive consumer technologies will be broken, lost or stolen by learners
  5. 5. MoLeNET Phases I & II £19.2 million 115 colleges 29 schools 20,000 learners 4,000 practitioners
  6. 6. MoLeNET Phase III £4.2 million 17 large £100,000+ projects 30 small £20,000 projects
  7. 7. Outputs
  8. 8. Research
  9. 9. Research Aims how colleges use mobile learning to improve teaching and learning the impact of mobile learning on learners, teachers and institutions whether mobile learning can help to improve retention, achievement and progression
  10. 10. Using mobile learning
  11. 11. allow learners to access learning anywhere, anytime allow for personalised and individualised learning support, enhance and enrich learning process reduce digital divide make assessment more engaging and interactive
  12. 12. Challenges
  13. 13. planning and preparation essential training and experimentation time is critical mobile learning materials take time to create mobile pedagogy sustainability
  14. 14. MoLeNET Support
  15. 15. Mentors www.molenetprojects.org.uk Online Conferences Training
  16. 16. MoLeNET
  17. 17. www.molenet.org.uk www.moletv.org.uk www.moleshare.org.uk www.molenetprojects.org.uk www.molenetprojects.org.uk/moletech

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