From start to finish: mobile technologies and language learning- MARK PEGRUM (The University of Western Australia)

            Mark Pegrum is an associate professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Western Australia. He teaches in the areas of e-learning and m-learning.   
           The graphics he shared with us, proves the increase in mobile literacy. During his presentation, Mark showed us 7 ways of using mobile technologies on educational purposes. These are podcasting, apps, polling, multimedia recording, QR codes, geosocial networking and augmented reality.

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               Mark Pegrum calls podcasts educational packages.Thanks to Mark sharing lots of useful addresses. You can reach them via the addresses below. Among these I like http://www.murmur.com. With it the students can have the chance to have dialogues by responding to others. You can download the supplement to Mark’s talk on: goo.gl/c4oI0,                                                                                            e-language.wikispaces.com,  elanguage.edublogs.org                                                            http://www.scoop.it/t/ubiquitous-learning                                         @ozmark17                                                                                   mark.pegrum@uwa.edu.au  
Gülnur Sahin for British Council Roving Reporters Team.

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