The International Association for Mobile Learning (IAMLearn) and the MLEARN conference series.
At the MLEARN 2007 conference in Melbourne in October 2007, the
International Association for Mobile Learning (IAMLearn) was inaugurated
with the aim of providing a professional association for researchers
and practitioners, to promote excellence in research, development and
application of mobile learning.
LSN's Jill Attewell is currently Vice President of IAMLearn.
The President is Professor Agnes Kukulska-Hulme of The Open University
The Association is registered as a not for profit company in South Africa.
Information about IAMLearn can be found at www.iamlearn.org,
where visitors can register their interest in joining the association.
Benefits of membership include reduction in registration fees at the
MLEARN and other online conferences.
The mLearn annual conferences on mobile learning are the leading
research and networking events for researchers, strategists, educators,
technologists and practitioners from across the world. mLearn attracts
participants from more than 60 countries representing all continents,
and is the major international conference on mobile and contextual
learning, and learning with emerging ambient technologies.
The mLearn 2011 conference is being
hosted by Beijing Normal University and will take place from 18th to
21st October 2011, in Beijing, China (http://mlearn.bnu.edu.cn/). This conference will build on the findings and shared knowledge of the preceding conferences in: University
of Birmingham 2002, LSDA London 2003, Rome 2004, Cape Town 2005, Banff
2006, Melbourne 2007, Telford 2008, Florida 2009, Malta 2010. See www.iamlearn.org/resources for links to archived websites for these conferences.