Mobile Learning Network

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The Mobile Learning Network's goal is to foster a community of stakeholders to support the use of mobile learning and promote best practices in the area of mobile and wireless computing integration in education. Members include teachers, administrators, technology coordinators, university faculty and researchers and representatives from for-profit and nonprofit entities, including the government.

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  • Hello all!  We are busy planning for the 2019 ISTE Conference. We are so excited to see all you in Philadelphia this year! I hear the Liberty Bell calling! ;) We have a couple of announcements that we wanted to share with you to make this year's ISTE ...

  • A big thanks to the contributors in February's  TEN Newsletter. Our topic was Assistive Technology, there were so many resources and ideas shared, be sure to check it out and share. And as always, thank you  @Dennis McElroy  for putting the newsletter ...

  • Hi Alice! We loved putting together this past issue of the MLN Newsletter. All of the tools we highlighted would be great for all students to experience other parts of the world. Thank you for reading! We look forward to you joining us ...

  • Oh, I love the virtual field trips. Some schools are so isolated that there isn't really anything or anyplace to go that wouldn't cost a fortune. This gives the kids a chance to see the world. ------------------------------ Alice Student Teacher McNeese ...


  • MLN February 2019 Newsletter, Webinar, and Book Study

    t is hard to believe that we are moving into the second month of 2019. This month the ISTE MLN Newsletter focuses on Augmented and Virtual Reality tools. 

    Additionally, we are keeping with the AR/VR theme for our upcoming Spring Book Study. We will explore Jaime Donally's Book Learning Transported - Augmented, Virtual, and Mixed Reality for All Classrooms. The book study will start on February 7th. Join our SLACK conversation here:

    We are looking forward to the February 2019 webinar with Jaime Donally author of Learning Transported; Augmented, Virtual and Mixed Reality for all Classrooms! The webinar is on Tuesday, February 12th at 7:00 EST. Please be sure to register by using this link:

    Finally, we are excited to open the nominations for the ISTE Mobile Learning Network Award. Nominations will be accepted from February 1 - February 28, 2019. More information and the nomination form can be found here: 

    Thank you for spending your time reading our current issue of the ISTE MLN newsletter. If you'd like to share the amazing things you're doing in your classroom and be a guest columnist, please feel free to email me at

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  • February 2019 Webinar and Bookstudy

    When: Thursday, February 7th
    Book Study: Learning Transported: Augmented, virtual, and mixed reality for all classrooms

    When: Tuesday, February 12th @ 7:00 EST
    Webinar Topic: ARVR with ISTE author Jaime Donally
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  • ISTE MLN Webinar: Assessment and Student Response Tools


    Are your students tired of playing Kahoot?Gimkit is a great alternative.

    Join us for our next  ISTE Mobile Learning Network webinar with @gimkit creator Josh Feinsilber. He is a high school student and creator of the gamification tool, GimKit.  Come find out more about it! 
    When: Jan 15, 2019 7:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) 
    Topic: ISTE MLN: Assessment & Student Response Tool - GimKit 
    Register for this webinar here:

    You will receive an email with the information on how to join the webinar.​
    If you have questions, feel free to email us at: Read More
  • MLN December 2018 Newsletter

    The ISTE MLN leadership teams wishes you and yours a happy holiday season and a joyous New Year!

    We are so happy to present this issue of the ISTE MLN Newsletter. In this issue you'll find all of our articles related to computer science with a feature on the FIRST Robotics Program.

    Thank you for spending your time reading our current issue of the ISTE MLN newsletter. If you'd like to share the amazing things you're doing in your classroom and be a guest columnist, please feel free to email me at

    Many blessings, 
    MLN Leadership Team

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  • ISTE MLN Newsletter - November 2018

    Hello all!

    I hope you are enjoying the cooler weather this month! Here in Texas we've had record rain and our rivers and streams have benefitted. I'm excited for the upcoming break to get out and enjoy it!

    ISTE MLN is excited to share our November newsletter with you! In this issue, we take a closer look at a few of our favorite presentation tools. There are a variety of presentation tools available for teachers and students. What are your favorites? Which tools have you tried? Tweet us @ISTEMLN and tell us yours!

    -MLN Steering Committee
    ISTE MLN Newsletter - November 2018

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