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The Engageme project used moblogging to engage young people in e-learning - more aptly known as m-learning.
The Engageme project involved teachers and students from nine different institutes of TAFE NSW Australia and was funded by the Australian Flexible Learning Framework.
We hope you have enjoyed our learning journey.
Go to www.engageme.net for more information on this project.
Friday nite and where r all these people goin anyway? And who can get a photo with the most number of cars in it? Where would u go? Peak hour? A car yard??? The challenge is urs if u choose 2 accept it!
9th Sep 2005, 08:59
James is your host for the day ! G'day James from all the crew at http://www.moblog.co.uk/blog/mobdeadly
6th Sep 2005, 05:22
Thats how dedicated - or stupid - you have to be to get into this stuf. I'm loaded up on Seretide and have to shoot up 40mls of Clexane just to get on the plane.
I think I've packed everything
Thats me exhausted about to take the trip into the Parngurr community to begin moblogging up there. The idea is great and the reality is just creeping in as to how hard it's going to be for the next week. Check http://www.greeningpilbara.blogspot.com
to see where I'm going to.
I'm dead tired . Must get to bed. I'm looking forward to watching whats happening their in NSW while I away.
4th Sep 2005, 01:45
listening to Triple J's Hack program yesterday, heard Ben Whitehouse, our UN Youth Rep. He was a very inspiring fellow, talking a lot about young people, their need for purpose and community, and their desire to feel safe. He's done some amazing work. Podcast - Triple J - Hack Program. Or he has a blog to check out. And he's from WA.
Thanks guys ! Twas' fun and again I like the idea of mobstar - it will take
a team to make it a reality. I'll blog the concept so I dont forgot the
nitty gritty. This is a way cool way of working - breath deep - have a spa -
relax - it's all workin' bar the screamin :-)
1st Sep 2005, 07:55
So far my favourite shot is this one. The large version I think should be
blown poster size and used at our end of year gig. I'm looking forward to
the teleconference in a couple of minutes.Cheers, Alex
1st Sep 2005, 07:04