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The mobile movement: what does this mean for tertiary education?

by Director and Associate Professor at CSU on Mar 21, 2012

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The mobile movement: what does this mean for tertiary education?

The mobile movement: what does this mean for tertiary education?

March 2012

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  • puys Philip Uys, Director and Associate Professor at CSU More mLearning links at http://www.globe-online.com/mobilelearning 1 year ago
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  • puys Philip Uys, Director and Associate Professor at CSU For mobile learning within the CSU educational technology portfolio, please see http://www.slideshare.net/puys/dynamics-of-a-university-educational-technology-portfolio-sakai-at-charles-sturt-university 1 year ago
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  • puys Philip Uys, Director and Associate Professor at CSU The slides, and other presentations and mlearning resources, are also available from http://www.globe-online.com/mobilelearning 1 year ago
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  • puys Philip Uys, Director and Associate Professor at CSU @diengsala1 Many of hte personas can just as well apply to non-formal educational settings where informal, situated and emergent learning often occur. Which personas in this presentation would you see as best meeting the need of non-formal learners? 1 year ago
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  • diengsala1 diengsala1 Congratulations DIrector,
    for me the question is : 1. mobile movement what does it mean for non- formal education ?
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  • puys Philip Uys, Director and Associate Professor at CSU Please also see
    1. http://www.slideshare.net/puys/mlearning-mobile-learning-seminar-philip-uys
    2. http://www.slideshare.net/puys/the-mobile-learning-potential-of-the-sakai-cle-and-open-academic-environments
    3. http://www.slideshare.net/puys/creating-and-executing-a-successful-mobile-learning-strategy-a-charles-sturt-university-case-study
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