Presented by - Franziska Trede PhD
Professor of Higher Education
Co-Director, International and Partnerships | The Education For Practice Institute | Division of Student Learning, Charles Sturt University
Date: Wednesday 23rd March, 2016
Time: 2.30pm – 4.30pm (Afternoon tea included)
Venue: CCIWA, 180 Hay Street, East Perth
In this 90 minutes workshop participants will:
learn about the OLT funded project titled 'Enhancing workplace learning through mobile technology';
hear about the processes used to develop mobile resources for learning in professional
trial a preliminary set of resources and share their ideas and feedback; and
develop a better understanding of the possibilities and challenges of effectively using mobile
technology to enrich learning experiences on placement.
Workplace learning and technology-mediated learning are two key foci for university education. However, they often remain separate discourses and practices, though the integration of workplace learning and technology-mediated learning can provide important opportunities to bridge education and work contexts and build students' digital capacities, on- and offline professional identities and technology-mediated work practices. The session will draw on preliminary findings of an OLT funded project, aimed at helping students, academics and workplace placement educators make better use of personal, mobile technologies to connect learning and work.
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