Online Educational Designer at The University of South Australia
Roger Edmonds, BAppSc (Geol), Grad Dip T (Sec), Grad Dip Ed (Ed Comp)
Roger is an online educational designer at the University of South Australia and has presented both internationally and nationally on location-based mobile learning. He is co-managing a project to inform the development of a framework that will guide contextually based mobile learning in the University. The project was shortlisted for a 2016 Reimagine Education Award. Roger’s past projects have won finalist status in the 2011 Computerworld Honors Program and a Brandon Hall Silver Award for excellence in eLearning in 2003. He was also awarded the Centenary Medal of Australia in recognition for his lead role developing Australia’s Centenary of Federation’s Connecting-the-Kids online project.
Summary This 3 hour interactive workshop has both indoor and an outdoor components. We begin inside where we introduce you to location-based mobile learning games and how we are using them at our University to amplify student’s educational experiences. Next it’s outdoors for 45 minutes in small groups to play a prototype location-based mobile learning […]
This presentation will report on an examination of the educational benefits of student’s both playing and designing location-based mobile games across different disciplines in higher education programs. It will focus on the: • impact that LBMLG design has on student engagement and motivation • issues of integrating LBMLG’s in different courses across different disciplines • […]