Lenses on mobility.- The what and why of mobile learning design.- The how of mobile learning design.- Mobile devices.- Mobile learners.- Mobile learning experiences.- Digital literacies as lenses.- Teaching lenses.
Mark Pegrum is an Associate Professor in The University of Western Australia's Graduate School of Education [ or: in the Graduate School of Education at The University of Western Australia], where he specialises in mobile learning and, more broadly, e-learning. His teaching has been recognised through Faculty and University Excellence in Teaching Awards, as well as a national Australian Learning & Teaching Council (ALTC) Excellence in Teaching Award. His current research focuses on mobile technologies, digital literacy, augmented reality, and mobile learning trails and games. His recent books include: Brave New Classrooms: Democratic Education and the Internet (co-edited with Joe Lockard; Peter Lang, 2007); From Blogs to Bombs: The Future of Digital Technologies in Education (UWA Publishing, 2009); Digital Literacies (co-authored with Gavin Dudeney and Nicky Hockly; Pearson/Routledge, 2013); and Mobile Learning: Languages, Literacies and Cultures (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014). He is an associate editor of the International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments, and a member of the editorial boards of Interactive Technology and Smart Education, System, and Technology in Language Teaching and Learning. He is also a member of the advisory council for the Laureate-Cambridge Online Language Learning Research Network (OLLReN), a member of the programme committee for the International Mobile Learning Festival, and a member of the international review panel for mLearn. He has given presentations and conducted seminars on e-learning and m-learning in Australia and New Zealand, Asia and the Middle East, the UK and continental Europe, and both North and South America.