Tuesday, May 25, 2010

MoLeNET mlearning project results

"There can be little doubt from the MoLeNET evidence base that the effective use of mobile technology, with appropriate and relevant staff development, can have a really positive influence on learning outcomes. And while this project was in post-16 education I hope that the Department of Education will recognise the potential for schools."


One of the world's biggest handheld learning projects is pulling together the evidence for its final report, due at the end of May. The UK's MoLeNET (Mobile Learning Network) Project has used an investment of some £16 million from the Learning Skills Council to set up further education projects that have engaged some 7,000 teaching staff, 1,000 technicians and more than 70,000 learners – all over three years.

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