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mobile Learning Manager
LTRI is a partner in the EC-funded project mLeMan (mobile Learning Manager). This Leonardo da Vinci project is led by Plovdiv University in Bulgaria and has a total budget of 475,351 euro. The total budget for LTRI is 84,731 euro. John Cook leads for LTRI, and Carl Smith will also work on the project. mLeMan started October 1 2010 and runs for 24 Months.
mLeMan aims to develop and mainstream a Europe-wide skills recognition and qualification service for m-learning managers, and other management level staff charged with evaluating, sourcing or implementing m-learning solutions. The project operates within the context of growth of m-learning because of m-technology development and availability, and qualifications and programs paucity at managerial (as a premise and stimulus to design and development levels) levels in the field.
mLeMan will contribute to the quality assurance of m-learning provision in Europe by developing vocational skills according to pre-defined and continuously up-dated common European standards. It will promote ECVET principles in VET qualifications in m-learning management. Dissemination will integrate Certified m-Learning Manager community into set of European initiatives in collaboration with the EU Certificates Association. Certified m-Learning Managers will play a crucial role in the European Community in the introduction of m-learning accreditation, in developing skills and building capability in area of mVAT, they will be a determinant factor in raising standards across the sector.
Project website: http://mleman.dipseil.net/
Last updated 21 February, 2011