"This one-day event aims to gather researchers, and other creative practitioners whose work focuses on mobile learning. The aim of the m-posium is for practitioners and guests to share good practice and to learn from the key themes that emerge from individual experiences."
Confirmed speakers: Andy Black, Technology Research Manager, Learning and Skills
Support Manager; Dr David Whyley, Head teacher and e-learning consultant for the
City of Wolverhampton; Jon Trinder, Dept of Electrical and Electronic Engineering,
University of Glasgow; John Traxler, Reader in Mobile Technology for e-Learning;
Director, Learning Lab, University of Wolverhampton; Prof. John Cook, Professor of Technology Enhanced Learning at the Learning Technology Research Institute, London Metropolitan University; Dr. Stephen Hagan, HEA Subject Centre in Information and
Computer Sciences (ICS); Dr. Mark Stubbs, head of Learning and Research Technologies,
Manchester Metropolitan University;
Date: Wednesday 22nd April 2009. Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University
Contact: Sylvie Steward via email for further details or to request a place email@example.com
The event is free to attend and places are limited to 30. These will be subject to a first come first served approach.