Mobile Learning Design

Student using tablet

From universities developing smartphone apps to deliver courses to students, to training managers in business utilising technology as a convenient and accessible way of imparting knowledge; educators are increasingly implementing mobile devices in learning. We have assisted with and evaluated the E-Learning Award-nominated Security, Conflict, and International Development Masters course iPad and App solution, and are currently guiding the charity Theatre for a Change to implement a smartphone-based mobile health education solution in African countries. This course will help you choose the pedagogical and technical approach that is best for your organisation and will help you sketch an implementation pathway with additional consultative help to launch your mobile-enabled course.

 

Is this course for you?

The course is for those interested in, or delivering, mobile learning who want guidance and technical expertise to choose the right combination of hardware and teaching approaches.

Topics covered include:

  • Mobile pedagogies in learning design
  • How to create mobile-ready learning material
  • Choosing and adapting a virtual learning environment or learning management system
  • Evaluating hardware purchases, you may bring your own device

 

How long is the course? 2 days plus follow-up (negotiable)

How is it studied? Face to face

Do you get a qualification? The course is not assessed and will not count towards a qualification.

Want to find out more? E-mail Terese Bird at tmb10@le.ac.uk

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