13th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning
Nov. 3 - 5, Kadir-Has University, Istanbul, Turkey

We invite you to the 13th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning. This year the conference has the focus topic “Mobile as mainstream – towards future challenges in mobile learning” and we are expecting a wide range of contributions representing the diversity of the mobile learning community.

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Register now for our pre-conference workshops!!!


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You may send your forms to mlearn2014@figur.net or fax them to +90 (212) 258 60 78


Why attend?

mLearn was the first conference on mobile and contextual learning and has developed to be the premier meeting point for interested researchers, practitioners and decision makers busy with mobile learning around the world. Backed-up by the International Association for Mobile Learning (IAMLEARN) the conference has an impressive history of focus topics, keynote speakers and scientific contributions.


Exhibit & Sponsor

mLearn2014 will be the place to present and demonstrate new products and developments to the mobile learning community. The conference offers different possibilities for sponsors and exhibitors to get involved in the organisation of the conference. Are you interested? Please get in touch with us via the contact form.

Associate sponsor

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Speaker Lineup
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John Traxler
John Traxler is Professor of Mobile Learning at the University of Wolverhampton. He is a Founding Director and current Vice-President of the International Association for Mobile Learning and Executive Committee Member of the USAID mEducation Alliance. He was Conference Chair of mLearn2008, the world’s biggest ...
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Mike Sharples
Mike Sharples is Professor of Educational Technology in the Institute of Educational Technology at The Open University, UK. He also has a post as Academic Lead for the FutureLearn company. His research involves human-centred design of new technologies and environments for learning. He inaugurated the mLearn ...
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