Special Session in IMCL 2014: Mobile Learning in Cultural Institutions and Open Spaces. November 13-14

The special session on Mobile Learning in Cultural Institutions and Open Spaces is considered as an opportunity to begin a discussion that focuses on - but it is not limited to -the following topics.

  • Mobile applications supporting learning for cultural institutions and/or open spaces (historical city centres, archaeological sites, city centers, or neighborhoods etc)
  • Learning supported by tangibles in a context of non formal learning
  • Theoretical considerations on technology supported learning in cultural institutions and/or open spaces
  • Design issues, principles, rationale
  • Analysis and review of use cases
  • Evaluation approaches
  • Learning activities
  • Content processing and integration


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