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World-wide Mobile Learning SURVEY

Maybe there are some folks reading my blog who could assist with this survey:

World-wide Mobile Learning SURVEY

Request to participate in a world wide survey from: Dr. Kevin Burden (The University of Hull, UK) AND A/Prof. Matthew Kearney (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia)

Ethics approval numbers: Hull HREC REF NO.12/307; UTS HREC REF NO. 2013000295

How are you using mobile technologies in your teaching?

We are aware of the growing interest in how educators can use mobile technologies in pedagogically sound and innovative ways. In particular, we appreciate the urgent need to better understand how to design learning experiences that most effectively utilise mobile devices.

Our project is a collaboration between the University of Hull (UK) and the University of Technology, Sydney (Australia). Informed by our previous work (e.g. Burden et al., 2013; Kearney et al., 2012), we have prepared a world-wide survey to help us understand how teachers at primary, secondary and tertiary levels of Education are currently using mobile technologies. We will be happy to share the survey results with colleagues.

Our findings will guide the production of resources and materials that will become part of an educator e-toolkit. Teachers will be able to use this e-toolkit to develop learning activities specifically related to the use of mobile devices like the iPad and then evaluate the impact of these activities on student learning.

We would like to invite you to assist us by completing the survey via:

You may remain anonymous. We estimate the survey should take no more than 20 minutes to complete.

Please feel free to forward this invitation to school teachers or other academics who have used mobile devices in their teaching.

Please also consider advertising this survey through your PLN.

If you have any queries regarding the survey, please contact us.

Many thanks in advance,

Kevin and Matthew

Dr. Kevin Burden em: [email protected]

Director of Post Graduate Teaching, The Centre for Educational Studies,

The Faculty of Education, The University of Hull, UK.





Posted on: August 26, 2013, 11:30 am Category: Uncategorized

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