Bristol Ideas in Mobile Learning 2014 Programme
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24 January 2014
BIIML 2014 Programme
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Thursday, 6th March
10:00 Opening: John Cook, Co-founder of LMLG
10:15 Keynote: Marcus Specht, Co-ordinator CELSTEC Laboratories, Open University of the Netherlands - Towards mobile seamless learning
11:30 Ideas Paper sessions (3 x 30 min full papers)
- Debbie Holley: Mobile ‘comfort’ zones: overcoming barriers to enable facilitated learning in the workplace
Javier Melero, Davinia Hernández-Leo and Josep Blat: Being able to accommodate activity’s formal purposes as a critical factor when designing for ‘location-based learning games’ at scale
- Helen Crompton: Using Context-Aware Ubiquitous Learning to Support Students in Learning Angle Concepts
14:15 Invited talk - Ben Bachmair, Co-founder of LMLG, Institute of Education, UK (40 minutes) Sustainability for mobile learning under the societal and cultural condition of delimitation, a conceptual framework with a proposal of practical tools
14:55 Industry Ideas paper session Geoff Stead (30 min full paper) The future of mobile learning in the workplace: Qualcomm Insights
16:00 MobiLearnFest (this is open to anyone free of charge). Link to how we will organise it
- #taggedlife: a mobile game and social experiement
- etiquetAR: a living demo during the MobiLearnfest!
- Exploring Practice-based Learning through the Living Archives and the AffeXity Projects
- Questinsitu - The Game: a living demo during the MobiLearnFest!
- Experiencing street art with SharedWalk: a living demo during the MobiLearnFest!
18:30 Dinner @ riverstation
Friday, 7th March
09:00 Reflections on day 1 (by 3 Co-Chairs)
9:15 Ideas Paper sessions (3 x 30 min full papers)
- Jane Andrews and Mark Jones: What’s happening in ‘their space’? Exploring the borders of formal and informal learning with undergraduate students of education in the age of mobile technologies
- Christoph Pimmer, Sebastian Linxen, Jennifer Chipps, Petra Brysiewicz, Urs Gröhbiel and Fiona Walters: Mobile phones to facilitate connected social learning and work-based practices in marginalized settings. Insights from a research project in rural South Africa.
- John Stav and Katerina Zourou: Linking mobile enhanced collective learning to open educational practice (OEP)
10:45 Break (get coffee/tea and go to Roundtable)
11:00 Roundtable Ideas
- Notes: 4 tables, each table 4 papers x 15 minutes + 30 min discussion. Each of 3 Co-Chairs (+John Traxler) leads a table that are grouped around the Symposium Call themes, kicking off with our own paper. 30 minutes report back from the tables by lead person. See how to present during a roundtable
Round table 1. Focus on new patterns of connected social learning and work-based practices (Chair JC)
- John Cook - User Generated Contexts: Thinking about changes in mass communication in terms of agency, innovation, trust and risk
Round table 2.Focus on designing for ‘mobile learning’ at scale (Chair YM)
- Yishay Mor - The SoMoLearn initiative: empowering teachers to recruit mobile technologies and social media as an ally
- Ivica Boticki, Peter Seow, Gean Chia, Chee-Kit Looi and Jelena Baksa: How can Badges be Used in Seamless Mobile Learning
- Alessia Messuti - m-Workplace learning @ ITC-ILO
Round table 3.Focus on the boundaries of learning that the ‘m’ in m-learning forces us to explore (Chair PS)
- Patricia Santos - Interaction matters in m-learning in situ
Daniyar Sapargaliyev: Wearable learning: How Google Glass is changing education?
- Birgit Schmitz, Dirk Börner, Marco Kalz, Roland Klemke and Marcus Specht: Creating and understanding mobile game simulations for school children
- Daniel Spikol and Axel Olsson: Designing for Drawing-based Modelling for tablet computers
Round table 4.Innovation, creativity and sustainability: crisis and response (Chair JT)
- John Traxler - Mobile Learning in the Global South
- Stuart Mitchell and Bastian Pelka: Social Media based learning from a European perspective: A Framework for Social Innovation
- Carl Smith - Experience (Re)Design Techniques using Innovative Mobile Assistive Technologies and Creative Context Engineering
14:15 Ideas Paper sessions (2 x 30 min full papers)
- Daniel Spikol, Camilla Ryd, Jacek Smolicki, Jeannette Ginslov and Susan Kozel: Using Augmented Reality, Artistic Research and Mobile Phones to Explore Practice-based Learning
- Graham Attwell, Owen Gray and Martina Luebbing Developing context and work based mobile learning in the Construction sector
15:15 Invited talk - Norbert Pachler, Convenor LMLG, Institute of Education, UK - Literacy in a culture of delimitation and provisionality (40 minutes)
16:15 Concluding plenary & Special Issue of JIME process (to be published Spring 2015)
Organised by Designing for Digital Learners (D4DL) Research Group. This event is supported by QR (Quality Research) funds from UWE Bristol.