International Association for Mobile Learning site – something to watch as we take more of our courses into mobile modes.
Another potentially useful report from JISC (UK). Notes from the review:
Through the three themes of: working in partnership with students, developing students’ employability potential and preparing for the future, the guide demonstrates how considered and innovative use of technology can enhance learning.
key messages include the need to go beyond listening to students to working with them as co-collaborators of their own learning, the need to focus on learning design as an integral aspect of introducing new technologies, the importance of working with employers and the need to develop digital literacy skills for both staff and students.
Useful summary of research results from schools in Victoria using Web 2.0 tools in classes.
This paper reports on a study with practising teachers in a graduate course using TPACK to inform development of curriculum that involved Web 2.0 tools.The teachers found that TPACK ways helpful for thinking about the links between ICT, content and pedagogy. They found that the instructional choices they made were not easy.