Agylia and the University of the West of England (UWE) have launched this year's biggest community research project into the use of mobile learning - Learning Technology Research Project 2016.
Research participants will undergo a two-week training programme on the subject of modern learning technologies, including social learning, gamification, and augmented and virtual reality. This will be delivered as a mix of short mobile learning modules, plus quizzes and surveys, direct to phones or tablets.
All research participants will receive a certificate and a free copy of the summary research report.
The Learning Technology Research Project 2016 is guided and supported researchers from UWE, and will use the Agylia Learning Management System and mobile learning Apps to deliver the digital learning resources and track research outcomes.
Sign up for the project at www.ltrproject.com.