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Bristol Ideas in Mobile Learning (BIIML) press release

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John Cook
27 February 2014

Bristol Ideas in Mobile Learning (BIIML) press release

Can you dance with data? Trust intimate information with strangers? Solve historical puzzles about your city on in situ? Share your walk in the streets of Bristol?

The “Ideas in Mobile Learning” symposium will take place at the Watershed next week. This event brings together practitioners, industry players, and researchers who will exchange their visions of how to use mobile technology to fundamentally change the way we teach and learn.


While most of this event is closed to registered participants, it will include an open session - the MobiLearnFest - where the general public can engage with provocative experiences that challenge our perception of learning, teaching and indeed living in a constantly-connected world. Among these experiences are: augmented choreographies - using augmented reality to enhance dance in public spaces, a local history quest - using mobile phones to challenge your local knowledge, a social game using twitter where you are asked to reveal intimate details of your life, and a remotely shared walk in the city.

The Ideas in Mobile Learning symposium will take place at the Watershed on the 6th and 7th of March. MobiLearnFest (free of charge) will take place between 16:00 and 18:00 on the 6th of March at the Watershed and Broad Quay area. Find more info here:

Contact: Yishay Mor -

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