Tuesday, 17 August 2010
mLearn conference in Malta, if you can go, join and let's meet
The city of Valletta on the island of Malta will be the venue of the 9th mLearn 2010 conference. The mLearn conference is one of the top mobile learning conferences around and it features high quality academic research (which reminds me I still have to post some information on mLearn2008). The nice thing about this conference is also the very open atmosphere of sharing knowledge. The conference will take place from 19 - 22 nd October 2010.
If anyone is interested, this is the paper on 'Mobile learning for HIV/AIDS health care workers' training in Peru', which I will be presenting during the conference. It is a paper on the mobile learning project in Lima, Peru that was set up jointly by the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp, Belgium and the Institute of Tropical Medicine Alexander von Humboldt in Lima, Peru.
So if you have the possibility to come over and join this conference, rush over to the registration bit of the website and let us meet once we are there. By the way Malta has an amazing archeological treasure dating all the way back to the Neolithic era, and has buildings 1000 years older than the pyramids (yes, wonderful!) and I am already looking forward to strolling about the island, looking for (mostly) Roman remains. It is also a perfect sailing area... anyone interested?