Mobile Learning: the state of play (part 2)

This is the second piece of a 2-part post. Part 1 can be found here. In my M-Learning post from August 2014, I wrote that: …providers of content, courses, and programmes of study, both free and paid-for, will increasingly customise and configure their products for the mobile learning market – many are already doing so, of […]

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Teacher Education in the Developing World

A philanthropic trust based here in Edinburgh has asked me to undertake a short term research project and feasibility study to examine: the challenges currently facing teacher education in the developing world, and; the potential for developing an open cloud-based platform for learning – CommonLearn – that will serve the varied purposes of teacher-educators, teachers […]

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Our Threatened World?

We are a jaded lot, we in our world – our threatened world. We are good for irony and even cynicism. Some words and ideas we hardly use, so worn out have they become. But we may want to restore some words that have lost their potency. So said Doris Lessing in her Nobel acceptance […]

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