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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.

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Pointybitless

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Friggin things - the third stick I have now lost - the camera has gone fuzzy and it only holds a battery charge for 18hours - poor reception - apart from that it's been a very handy little teaching tool......XDA 02
2nd Aug 2005, 04:17   comments (2)

Yellow Arrow

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I dont know if youve come across Yellow Arrow or Grafedia but both of these ideas seem kind of novel. I was thinking that they may be used by tankdrivers looking for open server connections however it seems to be used for far less complicated reasons...........
2nd Aug 2005, 03:25   comments (0)

forwarding

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While I try and sort out this forwarding issue with Mat I feel like the street code in this picture - fragmented and half complete ! Today has actually been a bit of a frustrating one cause we would like to be able to give other people - students and educators in our instance - a common email address to configure their phones to .

Currently we would have to give them the mb-username-password@moblg.net address in order for them to post directly to the site or the other way and that is enter their email address as we receive them - in many cases our students dont have a stable email address so that would mean we would be updating this field every day! not..................
1st Aug 2005, 23:37   comments (0)

Cancer here we come

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No wonder people are getting dry spots on theior ears and buzzing in their heads. I'm sure the 8000 kbps wireless in the house dosent help either. I wonder if all of this has got anything to do with the fact that I dont sleep anymore ? :-+
1st Aug 2005, 22:59   comments (0)

Occupational Hazard eg. 1

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here's a classic example of what students could be using a phone for in the context of workplace learning 001 - identify a workplace hazard - I saw this on the way to work this morning - student would annotate their image; this is an example of a potentially hazardous disaster waiting to happen - the bottle could easily snap that cord under stress and if the bottle got lodged under the car behind it would explode - educator; well done student - next prompt; can you find me three other examples please - > done - competency awarded for that area of training..........congratulations ! news; moblogging used in all key areas of college training
1st Aug 2005, 22:19   comments (0)

the ipod hardsell

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australia has now been hit with podcasting mania - dont know of any teen these days without a mobile phone with mp3 capabilities or a discrete mp3 player tucked away somewhere amongst their clothing..............the next step is educating the educators to get this thing happening and blueprinted with learning outcomes
1st Aug 2005, 21:55   comments (0)

home workstation

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running DSL wireless , 3 computers and with four screaming kids this must be a challenge.........running on empty here.....at least we got some sleep..........a lot of teachers here in Australia have absolutely no idea what a blog is never mind a moblog ------we are cutting new ground here in many ways especially in terms of whats possible
1st Aug 2005, 21:45   comments (0)

6am

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It's freezing here in Sydney this time in the morning - Day 2 - we are of to setup blogging with a whole bunch of educators in Sydney. I can see the moblog.co.uk mob will be interested in how these educators this way see moblogging becoming an integral part of their teaching and learning portfolio
1st Aug 2005, 21:08   comments (0)