Welcome to the 6th international conference on mobile Learning
16–19 October 2007 Melbourne Australia. Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre
About the conference | Conference Objectives | Who will attend MLearn 2007

Thank you!

The mLearn 2007 Conference committee would like to thank you for your participation at the 6th Annual International Conference on Mobile Learning, held at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre from the 16 -19 October 2007.

The mLearn conference was a highly successful one with over 260 delegates, supporters and exhibitors from 21 countries to hear over 80 papers and presentations that highlighted the progress and development of mobile learning in all its forms. The presentations contributed to the range of local and international ideas, tools, thoughts and challenges in the exciting and fast moving area of mobility in teaching and learning.


Following mLearn 2007, we have the following downloads for delegate access available:
  1. Long and Short Papers the final papers for Long and Short presentations are available on this link. These will also be published on line and the details will be available shortly.
  2. All presentations were audio recorded. Where speakers have granted their permission, these will be available for download.
  3. Some presentations were broadcast live using Elluminate Live! The recordings of these sessions are available for download
  4. Relive the highlights of the mLearn 2007 conference by viewing the video.

mLearn 2007 also saw the formation of the International Association for Mobile Learning. If you would like to receive further information about joining the association, go to www.iamlearn.caryloliver.com

The mLearn 2007 Committee were delighted to host this event in the beautiful city of Melbourne and would like to thank you again for your contribution to making it such a successful conference.

Kind regards

Caryl Oliver
mLearn 2007 Conference Chair

mLearn Melbourne 2007 Making the Connections
6th International Conference on Mobile Learning

About the Conference Australia, through the efforts of a small group of enthusiastic professionals, holds a leading position in the development of mobile learning.The MLearn 2007 Conference presents an opportunity for researchers, educators, students, technologists, practitioners and industry professionals to come together to share knowledge and experience, engage in global perspectives and contribute to development and progress in mobile learning technology.

Conference Objectives This conference will appeal to a wide range of audiences who are interested in enhancing learning, designing content and developing systems for mobile devices and wireless networks. The following objectives serve to define and guide the structure and foundation of the MLearn 2007 Conference.
  • To promote the development of mobile learning
  • To stimulate critical debate on & research into theories, approaches, principles & applications of mobile learning
  • To share local & international developments, experiences & lessons learned.
  • To promote networking & business opportunity development.
  • To encourage the study & implementation of mobile applications in teaching &learning.
  • To stimulate & assist personal professional development & the development of new skills for educators.
  • To provide a forum for education & knowledge transfer.
  • To facilitate dialogue, sharing & networking between diverse cultures with regard to the optimum use of emerging technologies.
  • To bring together providers of technology & services with educators and instructional designers.
Who will attend MLearn Melbourne 2007 Over 250 delegates are expected to attend internationally with particular emphasis on Australian and New Zealand delegates. This conference will appeal to a wide range of audiences who are interested in enhancing learning with designing content and developing systems for mobile devices and wireless networks. The list includes:
  • higher education institutions and training providers
  • educators and researchers from all sectors including independent researchers
  • community and voluntary organisations
  • content developers
  • learning and skills councils
  • education authorities and government departments
  • mobile device manufacturers and service providers
  • hardware and software developers
  • telecom operators
  • library and information specialists
  • publishers and all others with an interest in mobile and ambient learning

For information on Program and 'Call for Papers' click here
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