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  • 1. Mo-LeaP – The mobile learningprojects databaseJudith SeipoldUniversity of Kassel, GermanyWLE Centre, IoE, London3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 1
  • 2. Snapshot website3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 2
  • 3. Structure1. Aims2. Theoretical background: Mobile learning as socio-cultural ecology3. Database: Categories for description and analysis of the mobile learning cases4. Short introduction: Mo-LeaP3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 3
  • 4. 1. AimsThe database aims to• provide opportunities for the systematic gathering of practice,• distribute knowledge which was gained within such projects in order to make practice less ephemeral,• enable synergies,• contribute to sustainability in teaching, learning and research, as well as• enhance replicability of mobile learning projects.3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 4
  • 5. 2. Theoretical background: Mobile learning as socio-cultural ecologyTheoretical and conceptual framework of mobile learning:• educational uses of mobile devices,• viewed in ecological terms,• as part of cultural and pedagogical contexts in transformation.The socio-cultural ecology considers different components:• the learners’ agency, appropriation and cultural practices,• their everyday lives and school contexts,• structures and cultural resources as potential links• between different system components.All for the benefit of learners.3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 5
  • 6. 3. Categories for description and analysis of the mobile learning cases3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 6
  • 7. Project description1. General project data2. Context/ rationale3. Approaches to teaching and learning4. Technologies and requirements5. Project outcomes6. Recommendations and future possibilities7. Replicability and transferability8. Optional: recommended literature and references9. Optional: project analysis3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 7
  • 8. Project Analysis: CriteriaA agency, structure, cultural practiceB approaches to teaching and learningC notions of mobilityD user-generated contents and contextsE replicability and transferability3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 8
  • 9. 4. Short introduction: Mo-LeaP website and databasehttp://londonmobilelearning.net/moleap/3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 9
  • 10. Features website3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 10
  • 11. Step 1: Registration3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 11
  • 12. Step 2: Authentication3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 12
  • 13. Step 3: Your submissions3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 13
  • 14. Step 4: Chose type of submission3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 14
  • 15. Step 4: Enter submission3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 15
  • 16. Browse projects3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 16
  • 17. Search projects3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 17
  • 18. www.londonmobilelearning.net/moleapJudith SeipoldUniversity of Kassel, GermanyWLE Centre, IoE, Londonjudith.seipold@londonmobilelearning.net3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 18
  • 19. References• Becta. Becta: Leading next generation learning. URL: http://www.becta.org.uk [Accessed: 10 January 2009].• Creative Commons, Creative Commons. URL: http://creativecommons.org [Accessed: 10 January 2009].• ecmc GmbH innerhalb des Konsortiums klicksafe.de. klicksafe.de: Mehr Sicherheit im Internet durch Medienkompetenzz. URL: http://www.klicksafe.de [Accessed: 10 January 2009].• Futurelab. Futurelab: Innovation in education. URL: http://www.futurelab.org.uk [Accessed: 10 January 2009].• International Association for Mobile Learning (IAMLearn). IAML - Mobile Learning. URL: http://mlearning.noe-kaleidoscope.org [Accessed: 10 January 2009].• Internet-ABC e.V. Internet-ABC - Startseite. URL: http://internet-abc.ch/kinder [Accessed: 10 January 2009].• Landesanstalt für Medien Nordrhein-Westfalen (LfM) & Medienpädagogischer Forschungsverbund Südwest (mpfs). handysektor. URL: http://www.handysektor.de/ [Accessed: 10 January 2009].• lo-net GmbH. Lehrer-Online. URL: http://www.lehrer-online.de [Accessed: 10 January 2009].• Österreichisches Institut für angewandte Telekommunikation (ÖIAT). Handywissen.at: Das Handy sicher und kostengünstig nutzen. URL: http://www.handywissen.at/ [Accessed: 10 January 2009].• Seipold, J., 2008-2009. Mo-LeaP - The mobile learning projects database. URL: http://www.londonmobilelearning.net/moleap/ [Accessed: 10 January 2009].• Seipold, J. et al, 2009. Towards a Methodology of Researching Mobile Learning: Reflection paper presented at the IADIS Mobile Learning 2009 Conference, Barcelona, Spain.• The London Mobile Learning Group (LMLG), 2008-2009. The London M-Learning Groups: Hosted by the WLE - Centre for Excellence. URL: http://www.londonmobilelearning.net [Accessed: 10 January 2009].3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium. 27 March 2009, WLE Centre, IOE London, UK 19