A couple of updates on the GeoHistorian Project:
An article about the project was just published in the Kent Historian, issued by the Kent Historical Society. See pages 4-5.
The first set of QR code markers will be installed on Saturday, June 18, 2011.
The GeoHistorian Project has been moving right along as participating teachers and students just finished their digital stories (see also here). To make them accessible to the public, the first set of QR codes will be installed at their respective historical sites in Kent in the next couple of weeks, in collaboration with the Kent . . . → Read More: GeoHistorian Project in the News
On October 14, 2010, RCET researcher Mark van ‘t Hooft presented “Putting Mobile” Back into Mobile Learning” at the Miami University M-Learning Summit in Oxford, Ohio. The presentation slides can be found here. For all recent RCET presentations, please visit the Presentations page.