Handheld Learning comes to London

6th May 2005 at 01:00
Handheld Learning 2005, an event aiming to demonstrate the potential of handheld learning devices will take place at Goldsmiths University on Saturday October 15. The symposium will feature an international group of speakers who will present research and findings from pilot projects and live schemes being conducted in the UK and US. There will also be break-out sessions to discuss the impact of handheld computers along with demonstration sessions.

Graham Brown-Martin, founder and managing director of UK company Handheld Learning (see left), says, "The success of large-scale projects in the US shows that handheld computers are going to have a huge impact on education, when every child has a computer."



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