Relevant Associations and Societies

Distance Education and eLearning Associations

mLearning Associations

  • The London Mobile Learning Group (LMLG)
    • Brings together an international, interdisciplinary group of researchers and has developed a theoretical and conceptual framework for mobile learning around the notion of cultural ecology.
  • International Association for Mobile Learning (IAMLearn)
    • IAMLearn is a membership organization to promote excellence in research, development and application of mobile and contextual learning.
  • USAID Mobiles for Education Alliance
    • Committed to reducing barriers to access appropriate, scalable, and low-cost mobile technologies to help improve learning outcomes in formal and non-formal education across all levels, especially in low-resource and developing country contexts.
  • anzMLearn
    • Community of researchers and practitioners from Australia, Aotearoa and the Pacific who are interested in how mobile technologies can enrich learning in and outside the class.
  • ISTE Mobile Learning Network

General Education Associations

  • Commonwealth of Learning (COL) – an intergovernmental organisation created by Commonwealth Heads of Government to encourage the development and sharing of open learning/distance education knowledge, resources and technologies.
  • UNESCO Education – help build a sustainable world with just societies that value knowledge, promote peace, celebrate diversity and defend human rights, achieved by providing Education for All (EFA).
  • Contact North – Ontario Online Learning Portal for Faculty and Instructors.
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