The European MOTILL Project has produced a searchable database of some 50 papers on Mobile Technologies in Lifelong Learning. Each paper has been given an expert review and the database contains a summary and critique of each paper, as well as comments on its lifelong learning context, technology, and implications for policy makers.

The database can be searched by tags, including type of learner, learning context, and learning approach.

The database is available at www.motill.eu

Here is a list of some of the articles available:

The European MOTILL Project has produced a searchable database of some 50 papers on Mobile Technologies in Lifelong Learning. Each paper has been given an expert review and the database contains a summary and critique of each paper, as well as comments on its lifelong learning context, technology, and implications for policy makers. (read)
posted by Rune Baggetun on 02/14/10 23:08:33

image Edited by: Giasemi Vavoula, Norbert Pachler, Agnes Kukulska-Hulme, Published by Peter Lang (Oxford). Mobile learning is an emerging field with a developing research agenda and many questions surrounding the suitability of traditional research methods to investigate and evaluate the new learning experiences associated with mobility and support for increasingly informal learning. (read

Twenty-three mLearning researchers and practitioners from around Australia attended a 2-day mLearning Research Workshop 25-26 November 2009 held at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)… (read)
posted by Rune Baggetun on 01/20/10 23:43:39
posted by Rune Baggetun on 08/24/09 10:00:16
2010 HASTAC/MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning Competition (read)
posted by Rune Baggetun on 01/10/10 20:09:29
Mobile Learning, a Retrospective Outlook: Since its inauguration in 2005, the IADIS Mobile Learning conference series has provided a forum to present, discuss and promote international mobile learning research.
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posted by Rune Baggetun on 12/20/09 13:22:17
The HCTD Research Centre is hosting a free Mobile Learning Research Workshop 25-26th November 2009 at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. (read)
posted by Rune Baggetun on 11/24/09 20:02:41
There is a 20% discount (£75) at the Handheld Learning conference (http://www.handheldlearning2009.com) to be held in London from 5th-7th October, for IAmLearn members who register online and pay before September 14th. The discount code can be found in the Members area of the IAmLearn website. Registration for Handheld Learning is at http://bit.ly/18mx1H (read)
posted by Rune Baggetun on 08/31/09 23:12:00
Au Press has recently published “Mobile Learning: Transforming the Delivery of Education & Training” edited by Mohamed Ally.An online version of this book is available for free. (read)