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Bristol Ideas in Mobile Learning 2014 Programme

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John Cook
24 January 2014

BIIML 2014 Programme

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There was a Google+ webcast / hangout on our YouTube Channel.

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Thursday, 6th March

09:30 Coffee
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
11:15 Break
11:30 Ideas Paper sessions (3 x 30 min full papers)

13:00 Lunch

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
15:25 break
16:00 MobiLearnFest (this is open to anyone free of charge). Link to how we will organise it 

18:00 Close
18:30 Dinner @ riverstation

Friday, 7th March

08:30 Coffee
09:00 Reflections on day 1 (by 3 Co-Chairs)

9:15 Ideas Paper sessions (3 x 30 min full papers)

10:45 Break (get coffee/tea and go to Roundtable)
11:00 Roundtable Ideas

13:00 Lunch
14:15 Ideas Paper sessions (2 x 30 min full papers)

15:15 Invited talk - Norbert Pachler, Convenor LMLG, Institute of Education, UK - Literacy in a culture of delimitation and provisionality (40 minutes)

15:55 Break
16:15 Concluding plenary & Special Issue of JIME process (to be published Spring 2015)
17:00 Close

Organised by Designing for Digital Learners (D4DL) Research Group. This event is supported by QR (Quality Research) funds from UWE Bristol.

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