Situated Mobile Language LearningMarcus WinterLyn PembertonLLP 511776-LLP-1-2010-1-UK-KA3-KA3MP
Project partners:                                          University of Brighton                                       ...
BackgroundEuropean Union:         27 member states                        23 official languages                        60+...
Background        classroom                                real life situations[1] Ex-post evaluation of Erasmus Mundus - ...
Background+ relevant+ authenticincidental learning- passing- isolated                      Keiichi – media class          ...
Background            collect & annotate 1         interesting or intriguing          found in everyday life
Background             pool finds with 2         other language learners             RSS & REST API
Lingobee
Participatory design
Participatory designcollecting & sharing      →   browsing & collecting & sharinganonymous contributions   →   user profil...
Lingobee   mobile app
Lingobee                      websitehttp://simola.org/lingobee/
So far most suitable for advanced students needs to be super-usable phones need to belong to students mixed results fo...
Demo                                           1) Enable non-market                                             applicatio...
ReferencesDemouy, V. and A. Kukulska-Hulme.(2010). On the spot: using mobile devices   for listening and speaking practice...
Thanks    Questions?marcus.winter@brighton.ac.uklyn.pemberton@brighton.ac.uk      http://simola.org
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  1. 1. Situated Mobile Language LearningMarcus WinterLyn PembertonLLP 511776-LLP-1-2010-1-UK-KA3-KA3MP
  2. 2. Project partners:  University of Brighton  StudyGroup  ROC van Amsterdam  University of Molise  Baltic Education Technology Institute  Norwegian University of Science and Technology  Hungarian e-University Network  Tokyo University of Agriculture andLLP 511776-LLP-1-2010-1-UK-KA3-KA3MP Technology
  3. 3. BackgroundEuropean Union: 27 member states 23 official languages 60+ minority languages ++ migrants from outside the EULarge-scale programmes to promote linguistic competences andcultural awareness: Erasmus - students Comenius - teachers Grundvig - migrants
  4. 4. Background classroom real life situations[1] Ex-post evaluation of Erasmus Mundus - Case Studies.[http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/education_culture/evalreports/education/2009/mundusannex_en.pdf][2] 2008 Study on the Impact of Erasmus on European Higher Education: Quality, Openness and Internationalisation[http://ec.europa.eu/education/erasmus/doc/publ/impact08sum.pdf]
  5. 5. Background+ relevant+ authenticincidental learning- passing- isolated Keiichi – media class “Red-Top newspapers”
  6. 6. Background collect & annotate 1 interesting or intriguing found in everyday life
  7. 7. Background pool finds with 2 other language learners RSS & REST API
  8. 8. Lingobee
  9. 9. Participatory design
  10. 10. Participatory designcollecting & sharing → browsing & collecting & sharinganonymous contributions → user profiles, attributiontags → categorieswiki-style editing → commenting, multiple entriesaudio recordings → text-to-speech + offline support + user groups + rating system + localisation
  11. 11. Lingobee mobile app
  12. 12. Lingobee websitehttp://simola.org/lingobee/
  13. 13. So far most suitable for advanced students needs to be super-usable phones need to belong to students mixed results for social media aspects teachers found ways to integrate into classroom teaching and combine in- and outside class work issues of authoritativeness and misuse
  14. 14. Demo 1) Enable non-market applications via Settings > Applications 2) Download & install 3) Sign up on first useUse one of the ... or download to yourdemo phones... own Android phone
  15. 15. ReferencesDemouy, V. and A. Kukulska-Hulme.(2010). On the spot: using mobile devices for listening and speaking practice on a French language programme. Open Learning: The Journal of Open and Distance Learning, 25(3), pp. 217–232.Kukulska-Hulme, A. & S. Bull (2009). Theory-based support for mobile language learning: noticing and recording. International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies, 3(2), pp. 12–18.Pemberton, L., Winter, M. & S. Fallahkhair. (2009). A User Created Content Approach to Mobile Knowledge Sharing for Advanced Language Learners. Proceedings of mLearn 2009, Orlando, Florida, pp. 184-187.Pemberton, L., Winter, M. & S. Fallahkhair. 2010. Collaborative Mobile Knowledge Sharing for Language Learners. Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology, Vol 6, No 1 (2010)
  16. 16. Thanks Questions?marcus.winter@brighton.ac.uklyn.pemberton@brighton.ac.uk http://simola.org

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