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Course title: Teaching & Researching with Mobile Technologies
Course type: Master of Education Unit
Course dates: July - September 2015; July - October 2014
Course platforms:
Blackboard LMS (password-protected)
M-learning (publicly accessible)

Designed for practising teachers, this new course, first delivered in 2014, is an exploration of mobile technologies in education and educational research. Over 10 sessions, we'll take a look at mobile learning around the world, explore current and emerging mobile platforms, discuss how to make pedagogical use of mobile technologies in the classroom, and consider policy and research issues. Participants will have the opportunity to create a mobile app, site or activity, or to curate an annotated collection of mobile apps, sites or activities.
This course runs over 10 weeks, with 3 hours of input time each week, divided into a -before class- Online Lecture, a -during class- Face-to-Face Tutorial, and an -after class- Online Activity. The weekly topics for 2014 are shown below.
--Contacts: Mark Pegrum, Alexandra Tyers & Ronda Zelezny-Green.
--Contacts: Mark Pegrum, Grace Oakley & Tom Salmon.
--Contacts: Mark Pegrum, Carla Arena & Bob Fox.
--Contacts: Mark Pegrum, Grace Oakley & Nicky Hockly. TRMT6B.png--Contacts: Mark Pegrum, Agnes Kukulska-Hulme & Jan Clarke.
TRMT7B.png--Contacts: Mark Pegrum, Ozan Varlı, Png Bee Hin & Matt Dunleavy (see also the FreshAiR AR development platform)
TRMT8D.png--Contacts: Mark Pegrum, Gavin Dudeney & Julian Stodd. TRMT9D.png--Contacts: Mark Pegrum, Lesley Vidovich & Steve Vosloo.TRMT10D.png-Contacts: Mark Pegrum, Patrick Ho, Rob Power & Mark West

Student projects
See the separate student projects page for examples of projects completed by participants on past courses.

Credits: The image above left is available under a Creative Commons licence from César Poyatos' photostream on Flickr; the original can be found here.
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