Link to the ustream recording of the #mlcw12 (mobile learning and creativity workshop) at #ectel2012 conference in Saarbrucken, Germany on 20th September 2012.
Feedback from Berlin to students in UK and NZ on #Wallwisher vsb.li/s1A68s #iCollab12 #AW600 @thomcochrane @heloukee @AverillG
A nice example of collaborative student feedback across international boundaries! Well done to @mediendidaktik @heloukee @AverillG and @marett
URLs for the final reports from Salford :
The #iCollab12 project in Berlin continues with Mobile Media Reporter in Berlin in two of my courses related to Media Research in Mobile Web (#AW600 group 1a and 1b), following the Social Media Reporter in the courses related to Media Research in Social Media (#AW2685 group 1a and 1b).
The Mobile Media Reporter in Berlin is a field study, during which individual students or small groups of students observe and document the different applications of mobile media in Berlin. Students can decide about the exact topic of their projects and follow a particular question which is interesting to them. The field research is documented in Mahara, which we use at Beuth University in Berlin for students ePortfolios.
Below you will find the links to some of the first Mahara views on individual students projects related to “Mobile Media Reporter in Berlin”. Students are looking forward to all your comments and feedback!
Group AW600/1a (Mondays):
Group AW600/1b (Tuesdays):
1. QR Codes in Auckland: http://qrcodesauckland.blogspot.co.nz/
2. Our Auckland: http://ourauckland.tumblr.com/
3. The Localist: http://prezi.com/uuxxpzrx_43g/the-localist/
Updated YouTube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HWDUU1AAFrI A YouTube summary – please rate the video and give comment feedback 🙂
4. The Insiders Guide to Auckland: http://www.prkidsnz.com
You are invited to short group presentations on the use of social media around Auckland. The PR postgrads will explain how social media is integrated into Auckland and part of our lives, yet often unseen. Presentations will be live-streamed via Qik and the link announced via #icollab12 on Twitter.
Please provide any feedback via Twitter using the #icollab12 hashtag.
After this presentation the postgrads will present to students and lecturers they are working with (CFLAT project) in different disciplines in other countries via You Tube or Google+ and will hold global voting procedures. They will put the final presentation and international feedback into their portfolios. They are looking for feedback to prepare them for that stage.
This Thursday 29 March
1100am for 11.15am start (NZT), 11:15pm EST, 10:15pm UK.
Love to see you there (in person or virtually!) – you can bring a guest – and it will be a great way to find out more how students are understanding the use of social media.