Mobile Learning: Languages, Literacies and Cultures

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Springer, Jul 23, 2014 - Education - 257 pages
This book explores the use of mobile devices for teaching and learning language and literacies, investigating the ways in which these technologies open up new educational possibilities. Pegrum builds up a rich picture of contemporary mobile learning and outlines of likely future developments.
 

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Contents

List of Figures
The Mobile Landscape
Agendas for Mobile Learning
Access Project
The Technological Ecosystem
How to Teach Language with Mobile Devices
Project
What Language to Teach with Mobile Devices
Teaching Literacyies with Mobile Devices
Laptops for literacy in Australia OLPC
Persuasive mobile in Europe MASELTOV
Exploring mobile approaches in India
Idea Project
TALULAR Project
Recommended Reading
Index

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About the author (2014)

Mark Pegrum is an associate professor in the Faculty of Education at The University of Western Australia. His teaching and research are focused on e-learning and mobile learning. He teaches in Perth, Hong Kong and Singapore, and regularly gives presentations and runs seminars in Australia and New Zealand, East and Southeast Asia, and the UK and Europe.