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#MobileLearning allows the students to carry on their studies whilst working and fulfilling other responsibilities. Check out some more benefits of mobile learning.

Hello!,

Taken part, run, or produced a MOOC? Final call for survey responses (closing 31 May 2016)!

Take the MOOC survey or pass onto interested colleagues and let's see how we're all using them within Higher Education: http://www.moocsurvey.org

Whatever your role your views and opinions are valuable, and appreciated.

This survey aims to understand the effects of MOOCs on institutions in the following areas
* Impacts that production of MOOCs are having within Institutions
* The process of how MOOCs are being implemented
* Drivers and rationale for producing MOOCs

The survey has been created by James Little, University of Sheffield, as part of his MEd. Masters Dissertation. It has been ethically reviewed and approved by the supervisor Tim Herrick, School of Education, University of Sheffield.

http://www.moocsurvey.org (closing 31 May 2016)

Please contact me on jlittle1@sheffield.ac.uk or twitter: @jimjamyahauk. Data from the survey will be available for all to use.

Many thanks,

James Little.


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Travel in time with the walk!

Hello Mobile Learning community :)

I am very pleased to announce something really special, an experience, a time travel, a poetic and scientific exploration of the Earth at the same time. It’s an original concept of Walking Audio Book for smartphone where each one of your steps is one million years in the evolution of life on Earth. In 3 days we will launch a crowdfunding campaign to be able to spread this walk in time at a very large scale like pollen and we need bees  :)

Please, please, share this information on your social network if you wish:

website of the project:
www.deeptimewalk.org

facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/deeptimewalk/

Tags:
#deeptimewalk
@deeptimewalk

Description:

Step back 4.6 billion years with the Deep Time Walk App

The Deep Time walk App will take people on a walk through 4.6 billion years of the Earth’s history. Over a distance of 4.6 kilometres, walkers will journey through the evolution of the Earth, from a disc of rocky debris, through the formation of the Earth, its oceans and atmosphere, the appearance of bacteria, nucleated cells, and, eventually, multicellular organisms. At the climax of the walk the last 20cm (200,000 years) represent the timespan of humanity, and in the final 1/5th of a millimetre (200 years), the walker witnesses the miniscule time (in planetary terms) that has elapsed since the start of the industrial revolution. Stephan Harding, Resident Ecologist at Schumacher College.

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Mobile Learning 101: The Nuts and Bolts of Getting Started - Free Live Webinar.

Register Now: http://bit.ly/mlearning101
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Free Webinar This Thursday: Building Your Organization’s Mobile Learning Strategy

Join Brenda Enders this Thursday, August 13 at 10:00 AM PT and…

• Explore the three phases of a mobile learning strategy process
• Examine how organizations are leveraging mobile for learning
• Learn how to document and secure stakeholder support for an actionable three- to five-year mLearning strategy

Register now at http://bit.ly/1fHCd3M.

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Free Best of DevLearn Webinar August 13 at 10 AM PT: Building Your Organization’s Mobile Learning Strategy

This webinar, sponsored by Inkling, will help you get strategic about incorporating mobile technology into your organization’s learning and performance support initiatives.

* Explore the three phases of a mobile learning strategy process
* Examine how organizations are leveraging mobile for learning
* Learn to secure stakeholder support for a 3- to 5-year strategy
* Gain ideas for moving forward with mLearning in your company

Register now! http://bit.ly/1fHCd3M
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Experience true mobile learning - try the Luminosity Mobile Learning App #mLearning  

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Three Perspectives on the Future of Mobile Learning http://bit.ly/1ee112S.

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New eBook - Mobile Learning in Context

Where does mobile learning fit into your existing learning ecosystem? This eBook—a collection of essays from an international group of mobile innovators—may inspire you to rethink that. http://bit.ly/1HQLeQq 
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