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Mobile Learning (UNESCO) - 0 views

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    For the past 3 years, UNESCO has been working to provide advice and guidance to governments and other stakeholders seeking to leverage increasingly ubiquitous and affordable mobile technologies for learning. UNESCO has conducted research in a number of areas, such as mobile reading, mobile learning policies, and promoting gender equality with ICTs. The resulting publications describe the unique educational advantages of mobile technology and articulate strategies to build policy environments in which these advantages can take root and grow.
ipek saralar

Distance Education at Harvard Extension - 0 views

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    They offer more than 300 Harvard classes in several formats online to deliver convenient Harvard lectures to your computer or mobile device. Most of our distance education courses are offered in our 15-week fall or spring semester.
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    I've been facilitating the extension program since my undergrad years which is beyond useful, to me. We'll also cover some aspects of it in our presentation. Thanks for sharing, İpek!
Merve Kiymaz

MIT Center for Mobile Learning - 1 views

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    MIT Center for Mobile Learning, in colloboration with the MIT Media Lab encourages teachers and academic faculty to develop their own mobile apps to facilitate in education.
Merve Kiymaz

Dynamics of M-Learning in Higher Education - 0 views

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    The presentation mentions the main cornerstones and flow of m-learning in higher education in detail.
Ahmet Sami Konca

UNESCO's Studies on Mobile Learning in Teacher Education. - 0 views

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    There is a project of UNESCO and Nokia which conducted in four different countries.
Halil Han AKTAŞ

Apps for Good - 0 views

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    An open-source technology education movement that partners with educators in schools and learning centers to deliver courses to young people. Aim of this movement is to encourage students to work together as teams to find real issues they care about and learn to build a mobile, web or social app to solve them which makes it good in that it helps learners to be productive.
Tuğba Altan

EnviGame - 1 views

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    I also liked this project very much. It is also very useful for science education.
Tuğba Altan

New technologies, new pedagogies - 1 views

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    A mobile learning project paper from Australia
Gamze Çetinkaya

Applications for Science Education - 1 views

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    I have never thought to use angry birds for educatonal purposes but it will be great to teach about projectile motion.
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