After two excellent days, we were on day three of the Handheld Learning conference.
I was presenting again (in the afternoon) in the MoLeNET session on how MoLeNET had an impact on Gloucestershire College.
Again way too much choice and some excellent speakers out there. In the end I chose the inclusion session in the main conference hall. Inclusion is something I keep getting confused about and decided that this would be a good way of updating and getting myself back up to speed.
I enjoyed the session and particularly Sal Cooke’s presentation.
In the afternoon I was presenting in the MoLeNET strand about the impact of MoLeNET no Gloucestershire College.
I found Ray Kurzweil’s final keynote stimulating and though quite a few stats and graphs, it was interesting to see how his predictions have come true and what he is now predicting.
I didn’t win any prizes in the final draw.
I really enjoyed Handheld Learning and even if you are not into mobile learning, there is more than enough in the conference to justify going. The conference is much more about learning and unlike many other conferences brings people from a range of sectors together.