Mobile Learning Week 2015 is on!
UNESCO’s flagship ICT in education event will run from 23-27 February at UNESCO headquarters in Paris. The theme is empowering women and girls. Mark your calendar and register now.
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MLW is currently accepting workshop and breakout presentation proposals. Submit your proposal before 15 November 2014.
- WORKSHOP PROPOSAL
- BREAKOUT PRESENTATION PROPOSAL
Mobile Learning Week just got bigger
UNESCO will partner with UN Women to raise the visibility and impact of the event. Last year more than 700 participants from over 60 countries attended. Expect even better turnout, knowledge-sharing and networking opportunities this year.
- READ THE CONCEPT NOTE
Exhibit new learning solutions
Showcase work, technology or services at your own exhibition stand in UNESCO Headquarters. Submit your exhibition proposal before 15 November 2014.
- EXHIBITION PROPOSAL
Mobile Learning Week has entry points for everyone
Whether you are affiliated with a government, an NGO, an international organization, a corporation or a university, MLW has something for you.
Tuesday & Wednesday, 24–25 February
The workshops will be dedicated to hands-on training and interactive demonstrations of mobile learning content, technology and interventions.
The symposium will feature keynote speakers, expert panels and numerous breakout presentations. An exhibition will accompany the symposium, allowing various organizations opportunities to showcase work and share information.
The policy forum will bring together senior representatives from different countries to discuss how mobile learning can accelerate progress towards gender equality in education. The event will also explore how new educational technologies can contribute to post-2015 development priorities.
The research seminar will allow participants to share findings from investigations of mobile learning implementations. The seminar will also help improve communication between the research community and other stakeholder groups.
Explore the intersection of technology, education and gender with experts from across the globe.
UNESCO and UN Women look forward to welcoming you to Paris this February!