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Mobile Technologies for Learning and Development (VI). Thomas Putz: The “Mobile Game Based Learning” Project

Notes from the UOC UNESCO Chair in e-Learning VII International Seminar: Mobile Technologies for Learning and Development, held in Casa Asia, Barcelona, Spain, on October 6-7, 2010. More notes on this event: eLChair10. The “Mobile Game Based Learning” ProjectThomas Putz, Project manager at Evolaris Next Level, Austria The project project aims at improving the effectiveness […]

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Mobile Technologies for Learning and Development (IV). Miguel Nussbaum: Integrating technology and pedagogy in the classroom

Notes from the UOC UNESCO Chair in e-Learning VII International Seminar: Mobile Technologies for Learning and Development, held in Casa Asia, Barcelona, Spain, on October 6-7, 2010. More notes on this event: eLChair10. Integrating technology and pedagogy in the classroomMiguel Nussbaum, Universidad Católica de Chile We have evolved from classroom where students were passive to […]

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Mobile Technologies for Learning and Development (III). Dolors Reig: Mobile Learning in rural environments and development countries

Notes from the UOC UNESCO Chair in e-Learning VII International Seminar: Mobile Technologies for Learning and Development, held in Casa Asia, Barcelona, Spain, on October 6-7, 2010. More notes on this event: eLChair10. Mobile Learning in rural environments and development countriesDolors Reig, Consultant & editor-in-chief at the ICT – educational weblog El Caparazón, Spain If […]

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Mobile Technologies for Learning and Development (II). Steve Vosloo: mLearning in Africa: Lessons from the m4Lit project

Notes from the UOC UNESCO Chair in e-Learning VII International Seminar: Mobile Technologies for Learning and Development, held in Casa Asia, Barcelona, Spain, on October 6-7, 2010. More notes on this event: eLChair10. mLearning in Africa: Lessons from the m4Lit project Steve Vosloo, Shuttleworth Foundation, Cape Town m4Lit project is about mobiles for literacy, a […]

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Mobile Technologies for Learning and Development (I). Jill Attewell: Mobilising technology for learning — lessons from MoLeNET

Notes from the UOC UNESCO Chair in e-Learning VII International Seminar: Mobile Technologies for Learning and Development, held in Casa Asia, Barcelona, Spain, on October 6-7, 2010. More notes on this event: eLChair10. Mobilising technology for learning – lessons from MoLeNETJill Attewell, LSN Research Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning, UK MoLeNET is a deliberate attempts […]

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Announcement: UNESCO Chair in e-Learning VII International Seminar: Mobile Technologies for Learning and Development

The UNESCO Chair in e-Learning of the Open University of Catalonia is organizing on October 6-7 its VII International Seminar, this year about Mobile Technologies for Learning and Development. The programme and very much in the line of the UOC UNESCO Chair in Elearning Fifth International Seminar: Fighting the Digital Divide through Education which I […]

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India wants a $10 Laptop Per Child

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ok4z9Xpapzc[/youtube] Is this a hype? OLPC argues that we should take into account that OLPC promised that by 2010 his laptops would be no more expensive than $50, and according to OLPC news, it has[…]

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Tablets for development: Advance or hype?

One Laptop Per Child aims to Produce $100 Tablets. They plan to produce 100% plastic devices by 2012, reduce the cost to $75 and include a dual mode display so that the tablet will work[…]

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VII INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR. Mobile Technologies for Learning and Development

Call for Demos Now Open! catedraunesco@uoc.edu Details to be announced soon – Check often this blog and follow us on Twitter!

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A brief review of the Roundtable on Education, Gender and ICTs

The attendees of the Roundtable on Education, Gender and ICTs of UNESCO Chair in e-Learning were professors of Computer Science, and members of the Equality Commission of the UOC and the research group of Gender[…]