Disruptive Media Learning Lab
Published on Dec 10, 2015
Join us and Thom for his second #disruptivebytes centred around mobile learning. In his first session ( https://youtu.be/BNaEb2TjzUI ) we heard about his personal developments using mobile technologies in teaching and learning. In this second session he will be presenting an overview of three examples of #mlearning collaborative projects and the impact of the scholarship of technology enhanced learning.

About Thomas Cochrane
Dr Thomas Cochrane is an Academic Advisor and Senior Lecturer in Educational Technology at Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. His research interests include mobile learning, social media, international collaborations, communities of practice and new pedagogies. Thomas has managed and implemented over 40 mobile learning projects, with a recent focus upon Android and iOS smartphones and the iPad as catalysts to enable student-generated content and student-generated learning contexts, bridging formal and informal learning environments.

He has over 100 peer reviewed publications, receiving best paper awards at Ascilite 2009, ALT-C 2011, ALT-C 2012, and has been invited to keynote at educational conferences including: the New Zealand Moodle Moot 2011, the inaugural 2011 Technology for Teaching and Learning Summit in Melbourne Australia, the 2012 Australian Moodle Moot, the 2012 m-Libraries conference in the UK, and the launch of UWS massive iPad project in February 2013. In 2011 he was awarded as an Ascilite Fellow http://www.ascilite.org.au/index.php?….

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