m-learning for work based apprentices:- a report on trials undertaken to establish learning portfolios
Author: Chan, S.
Type: Conference paper
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This paper reports on ongoing work that is being completed on developing a mlearning delivery package for apprentice bakers. These include: - a report on trials of formative assessment questions using the mass text messaging (SMS) software eTXT , from New Zealand Telecom. - the evaluation of web 2.0 applications (Flickr , Filemobile , Springdoo etc) to collate, archive and organise eportfolios of workplace based assessment evidence using mobile phones to gather the evidence in the form of photos, videos or audio files - a summary of suggestions that can be used to construct a customised mlearning platform for use at CPIT - the blending of various aspects of distance and mlearning that will be used to support mobile phone based delivery of a New Zealand National qualification - a start at building a model for mobile learning pedagogy pertinent to workplace based learners.
Citation: ["Chan, S. (2006). m-learning for work based apprentices:- a report on trials undertaken to establish learning portfolios. Presented at the mLearn 2006, the 5th World Conference on Mobile Learning, Banff, Alberta, Canada."]