Smart Learning teaching and learning with smartphones and tablets in post compulsory education A quick update to let you know how the new new book is progressing. We have had a good number of submissions for the book. Thank you. We have run several workshops and generated or captured ideas/scenarios too. What I have toContinue reading “Smart Learning – Book update”
Our next event… MELSIG will be changing focus slightly for an event focused on ‘Social Media for Learning’ to be hosted by Liverpool John Moores University on 3 June 2014. Registration is not open yet but will be announced here and on twitter (#melsig, #LJMU) by @melsiguk. The programme is emerging and will follow aContinue reading “Invitations – forthcoming events, webinars, book”
MELSIG has launched a new book project and you are invited to take part. More information is on this page under publications: http://melsig.shu.ac.uk/melsig/?page_id=503
I thought it would be useful to add links to the last two New Media Consortium/EDUCAUSE Horizon Reports . If you are not familiar will these reports, they set out proposals for emerging technologies that innovative educators should be paying attention to. The 2012 report highlights Mobile Apps for learning The 2013 report highlights TabletContinue reading “Horizon Reports”
You can order Digital Voices in print from Lulu now at http://ar.gy/3vuK for £14.97.
The BUFVC have announced the publication of their Audio Visual Citations Guide (2013) http://bufvc.ac.uk/projects-research/sharedservices/avcitation/guidelines
A new book has been published which might be of interest to the MELSIG community. Laura A. Wankel and Patrick Blessigner have edited Increasing Student Engagement and Retention Using Mobile Applications: Smartphones, Skype and Texting Technologies published by Emerald (2013) as part of the Cutting-Edge Technologies in Higher Education series. (ISBN: 978-1-78190-509-8). Chapters use case studies,Continue reading “New Book on Student Engagement through Mobile Applications”