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Home Access - Who Benefits? (Articles/Latest)
...s sector there will be new entrants adapting to an always-on, stream-anywhere environment including mobile network operators, handset manufacturers, TV networks, cable and satellite operators.  A …
28 September, 2008
 
Mike Sharples - Hero Innovator (Articles/Latest)
...vices, Mike and the LSRI are also recognising the enormous impact that Web 2.0 technologies such as social networking, media sharing and informal collaborative learning are having at home. What they’v …
11 July, 2008
 
Identity, Ownership and Mobility (Articles/Latest)
...ch can be regulated by its own community. How do you know I am writing this article? Because we exist in a network that confirms each other’s identity. Of course, these systems aren’t yet failsafe, ho …
21 January, 2008
 
Back and Forward (Articles/Latest)
...mework called OpenSocial that would allow web apps to work transparently with and between different social networking systems such as Ning, Friendster, Hi5 and Linkedin. Admittedly a few of those join …
21 December, 2007
 
Handheld Learning 2007 - Review (Articles/Latest)
...bsp;Learning 2007 delegates were encouraged to use Twitter to log their learning, ask questions, and network with one another. The conference had about two dozen delegates posting to Twitter. P …
26 October, 2007
 
Handheld Learning meets mLearn 2008 (Articles/Latest)
...on the market, increased accessibility and bandwidth, raised learner expectations, the explosion of social networking and a growing interest from Government and National agencies concerned with educat …
26 October, 2007
 
Handheld Learning 2007 - Preview (Articles/Latest)
...ement of the event. With that in mind you’ll be pleased to know that we have factored in well-proportioned networking breaks, energising lunches and a fabulous social reception on Thursday 11th evenin …
17 September, 2007
 
From Brick to Slick (Articles/Latest)
...gered a technology evolution path that continues today with the roll-out of more than 120 mobile broadband networks in 61 countries.http://www.gsmworld.com/news/press_2007/press07_48.shtml Watch the v …
06 September, 2007
 
Creative Assessment with Handhelds (Articles/Latest)
...ey completed it. (3D e-scape video - Quicktime VR)We overcame the problem of inconsistent/unreliable wi-fi network availability in some schools (particularly in d&t departments which are often sit …
17 March, 2007
 
Handheld Learning 2006 - Review (Articles/Latest)
... afternoon tea proved to be times when delegates reflected on what they learned, shared their visions, and networked with one another.The focus of the conference was taking handheld learning from pilo …
31 October, 2006
 
Handheld Learning 2006 (Articles/Latest)
...an and this year too we will be able to learn about these projects and also share our experiences in the networking sessions during breaks and the social reception.Hopefully by now you will have had …
04 October, 2006
 
Handheld Learning and Individuated Achievement (Articles/Latest)
...e of Handheld Learning as a tool which engages students because it is isomorphic with the out of classroom networking technologies they already employ. More than this, it offers us a solution to all t …
04 October, 2006
 
Ubiquitous Computing: More than Handhelds (Articles/Latest)
...ing the technology effectively invisible to the user. Ubiquitous technology is often wireless, mobile, and networked, making its users more connected to the world around them and the people in it.Whe …
28 April, 2006
 
Origami, An Educators Perspective (Articles/Latest)
... Origami a difficult device to place. I also wonder how will it synchronise with the user area on a school network? However the device does show that the move towards a Handheld personal computin …
19 March, 2006
 
Mobile Technologies vs New Victorian Architecture (Articles/Latest)
... providing accessible learning materials for all. By providing citywide free-to-access wireless learning networks using technologies such as WiMAX we can actually deliver the promise that so many E …
10 March, 2006
 
Dont take the 'P' out of PDAs, a story of cars, houses, breakfast and PDAs (Articles/Latest)
...nt of Electronics and Electrical Engineering at Glasgow University in the computing support team providing network and system support and authoring specialised software. Jon founded the pda-edu@jiscma …
14 November, 2005
 
A Clear view and strong signal for mLearning (Articles/Latest)
mLearn 2005 proved to be another milestone in the development of a worldwide network of academics, researchers, practitioners and industry supporting the development of mobile and portable learning. …
14 November, 2005
 
Handheld Public Services (Articles/Latest)
...e issues about which bearer to use.  GPRS is often faster but Airwave ( the Tetra based public safety network) will also carry data effectively and it is secure, resilient and paid for.But, getti …
03 May, 2005
 
Lightweight gadget with a Heavyweight effect (Articles/Latest)
...he school system, so I don’t have to manually (including typing it from my system onto the school’s admin. network) several times a year – it will mean I have to ensure I do my assessments in good tim …
03 May, 2005
 
BIG CHANGE for $mall ¢hange (Articles/Latest)
...puting infrastructure, with 2-3 computers per room, a computer lab (or two), as well as wired and wireless networking, a school can now spend a relatively small amount of money to fill out that infras …
03 May, 2005
 
About Us (Menu)
...obile phones to games consoles, low cost laptops to media players, social media platforms to media sharing networks and more in a world where learners are becoming more connected.In an age where more …
19 June, 2008
 
network2learn.com (Web Links / Schools)
network2learn.com use mobile technology to link schools to help them share good practice, and link classroom teachers so that they can share lessons and learning resources. …
23 April, 2008
 
Wireless Networks:Health and Safety Issues (Web Links / Safety)
JANET's report on wireless health and safety issues …
10 July, 2007
 
Becta report on Wireless Networks (Web Links / Implementation)
A decision making guide for school leaders …
10 July, 2007
 
MoLeNET (Web Links / Universities)
The Mobile Learning Network (MoLeNET) is a unique collaborative approach to encouraging, supporting, expanding and promoting mobile learning, primarily in the English Further Education sector, via sup …
09 July, 2007
 
Is WiFi Safe? (Web Links / Safety)
A report from the World Health Organisation on the effects of wireless network technology and mobile telephony. …
24 April, 2007
 
Engage Visual arts network (Web Links / Art & Design)
Visual Arts network, aiming to facilitate education in museums and galleries. …
07 November, 2006
 
Birmingham Grid for Learning (Web Links / Literacy)
The aim of the trial is to investigate the classroom/pedagogical use of wirelessly networked PDAs and the potential impact on standards of literacy and numeracy. …
11 March, 2006
 
Digital Divide Network (Web Links / Digital Divide)
The Digital Divide Network is the Internet's largest community for educators, activists, policy makers and concerned citizens working to bridge the digital divide. …
13 February, 2006
 
 
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