Saturday, October 15, 2005

Learners are mobile rather than mobile learning

Currently at hand held learning event at goldsmiths organised by www.handheldlearning.co.uk loads of stuff to Blogg but here is an interesting concept from professor Mike Sharples formerly Birmingham University now Nottingham University on mobile learning. He is now suggesting or from my interpretation an interesting thought on mobile learning that the key thing is that “learners are mobile” more than “learning is mobile”. It’s about the learner behaviour rather than the device simple but clever thought more later. Yep up blogging at 4.00am from hotel in deepest Greenwich    

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