MoLeNET workshops and seminars
MoLeNET workshops and seminars provided as part of LSN MoLeNET
Support and Evaluation Programme for colleges and schools participating
in MoLeNET project address the subjects below. If you would be
interested in attending similar events or arranging these for groups of
colleagues at your institution please inform.
Mobile technology for e-portfolios
The main theme of the programme is to extend the understanding about
whether e-portfolios meet learner needs for evidence presentation and
storage. There will be a presentation about m-solutions - capturing
evidence on the move and, as this session is designed to be engaging and
fun, it will incorporate reflection of practice and a chance to
carry out hands-on activities.
The purpose of these events is to give practitioners hands-on
experience of producing podcasts for their learners. The event will
outline the advantages of using this technology with learners and give
illustrations of good practice. Delegates will have the opportunity to
produce their own podcasts on their own equipment and to take them back
to show colleagues.
m-Assessment and m-evidence
The programme is designed so that participants will be able to use
self-created ‘tips and hints’ on how to create good assessment
activities for handheld devices. It is a practical session that is fun
and engaging and incorporates reflection of practice.
m-Teaching and learning – Tools, Tips and Techniques
To extend the pedagogical understanding of all participants on how to
provide good learning opportunities using mobile devices – the tools,
techniques and underpinning practice.
Re-purposing content for mobile devices
This event combines advise, hands on practice and sharing of good practise.
This course, which shows you how to carry out essential system
administration tasks, is intended for existing Linux users who wish to
learn more about the administration of a system from the command
line. This course may be of interest to Moodle users and projects
deploying Linux versions of mini netbook.
m-learning authoring tools
The focus of this open workshop is to explore mobile learning
authoring tools can be used. The workshop will include opportunities for
delegates to discuss issues with an expert trainer and to share tips
Wireless and WiFi
This event demonstrates how wireless technologies can be used to
support teaching and learning with an emphasis on mobile devices.
It covers the various wireless technologies available to colleges and
the use of mobile devices with these technologies. The event also
looks at the issues relating to an enterprise (large-scale) level
implementation of wireless covering wireless security, health and safety
issues and authentication and authorisation.
SMS, Bluetooth and Web 2.0
The purpose of this event is to give practitioners an understanding
of how two-way messaging and Bluetooth can be used to enhance teaching
and learning. There will be illustrations of good practice and the
opportunity to try two-way messaging, mobile blogging and exchange of
files with Bluetooth on delegates’ mobile phones and other devices.
Delegates will consider how they might apply these to their own