Annotation, mLearning, and Geocaching Part #6: A path forward for annotating literary maps

Annotation, mLearning, and Geocaching #6

Annotation, mLearning, and Geocaching Part #1: Scenarios and Technical Requirements Annotation, mLearning, and Geocaching Part #2: The Use Case Annotation, mLearning, and Geocaching Part #3: Annotating Maps Annotation, mLearning, and Geocaching Part #4: Annotating Text and Beyond Annotation, mLearning, and Geocaching Part #5: Geocaching and Enacting the Use Case At this point in the series […]

My thesis: mLearning in South Korean higher education

I recently completed my thesis (as in I just sent in the revised version yesterday) so I now have a PhD from University College London. Or at least it will be official once all the paperwork is done, but that is more or less out of my hands at this point. Long journey that will […]

Winding down the PhD Journey: Post-Viva Acknowledgments

Gallagher Thesis

I should have written this last week but I successfully defended my thesis at the Institute of Education University College London. It will take a stretch to process all of this, particularly as I am attending to the edits which should keep me occupied for the next month or so. Before I can whittle the […]

Remixing Narrative Content for a mLearning World and Visualizing the Street


The Listening of Space: Reimagining The Radio Drama Through Mobile Technology Pekka Ihanainen and I have been advancing ideas gleaned from our other papers and are working towards finding models for the aesthetic literacies we have discussed there. Basically, we are talking about developing pedagogical models for stimulating mobile learning in open spaces and we […]

New forms of authorship and a new project: Composition


[Composition]: Conversations about Content and Form [Composition]: Conversations about Content and Form is a product of an ongoing collaboration with James Lamb of the University of Edinburgh, with whom I have collaborated before on the New Geographies of Learning and Elektronisches Lernen Muzik, projects that explore the role of space in digital education and how music […]

Academic and Applied Identities: Exclusion and Overlap

Academic identities

Academic vs. Applied: The Twain Met I recently (as in about 7 months ago) started a small consulting organization with like-minded colleagues focusing on mobile and ICT for development (#M4D & #ICT4D), course design, women empowerment and employability issues, developing nations issues, monitoring & evaluation (M&E) and the like. The name of the organization is […]