Tuesday, November 13

MoLeNET winners go public!

Thanks to the LSN, we have just seen the first, complete list of Colleges and FE Consortia that won slices of the £6m MoLeNET fund.

Congratulations all and good luck with your projects! We look forward to seeing how they turn out

They are:
Aylesbury College Handheld Pathways – mobile applications for the LLDD provision

Bolton Community College EISL Project - Extending, Inspiring and Supporting Learning through the use of Mobile Technologies

Boston College Assessing the impact of m-learning with Work Based Learners undertaking Apprenticeships across Rural Lincolnshire

Bournville College of Further Education M-learning 4 those who care.

Brockenhurst College

brock.mobi - mLog
Cardinal Newman College Teaching & Learning : Technology Driven - Quality Driven
Chichester College

Any time, any place, anywhere.

City of Wolverhampton College Wolverhampton Learning to Go Further!
Cornwall College
Mobile Learning Network across Cornwall

Coulsdon College Mobile learning for literacy (level 1) students

East Berkshire College Mobile Learning at East Berkshire College

Eccles College

Mobile IN Salford

Gateshead College Supporting Science in the Field (SSIF)
Gloucestershire College
Glossy - Mobile Learning in Gloucestershire
Havering Sixth Form College
Using Mobile Technologies in the Classroom, at Home and in the Field to support Minority Teaching Groups (MoLeMINT)

Huddersfield Technical College m4m Project - m-Learning 4 m-People
Kingston College
KAMPUS: Kingston Access to Mobile Personalisation using Ultra-portable Services
Lewisham College
Wireless Blended Learning for Work Based Learners (WBL 4 WBL)
Lowestoft College
Widening participation Through Mobile Learning

Matthew Boulton College of F&HE

m-strategy in Birmingham (msb)
New College Swindon
Mypodcast Developing innovative approaches to personalised learning.
Norwich City College of Further and Higher Education
Harnessing Technology Towards Personalisation (HTTP)
Oaklands College
The MoLeMentors project

Regent College

Improved Learner engagement for 14-19 year olds in the foundation tier and NEET groups using mobile technology

South Thames College

Mobile Inclusion: using mobile technology to fight gang and gun culture
Stockport College
Learning on the Go (LoG) (inc stockport ALS learners)

Stratford-upon-Avon College

MobTec in Action

Tower Hamlets College

Adding m to the mix

Weston College

Wider Weston

Worcester College of Technology

Herefordshire and Worcestershire Vodcasting and Podcasting Consortium

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