Come and discover the history behind Adelaide’s founder and designer Colonel William Light in a location-based mobile adventure.
Standing on Montefiore Hill, legend has it, Light choose the location for the city of Adelaide and soon started his now famous design of the city street plan. What most people don't know is that Light left a secret message in his city design for all future visitors to Adelaide to discover. A message not easy to decipher, not known by many people and only visible to those that come and play "The Mystery of the Colonel's Ghost through the streets of Adelaide.
Would you like to include social games like this one to innovate your curriculum, enrich outdoor experiences for your students, develop an interactive guide for your school, town or city? Let the world become your classroom by integrating location-based mobile learning into your educational programs.
This hands-on workshop will begin inside the conference venue where you will learn more about the potential of location-based mobile learning as an educational tool then its outdoors in small groups to play part of “The Mystery of The Colonel’s Ghost” mobile adventure game with your smart mobile devices (or use one of our loan devices). We then return to the conference venue to deconstruct the game and learn more on how to assemble, configure, publish and play one of your own. You will come away buzzing with new ideas and with the knowledge and skills to begin integrating location-based mobile learning into your educational programs.
Please bring a 3G/4G enabled mobile device (iOS or Android) though a limited number of loan devices will be available on the day. Save time by coming prepared with the app already downloaded on your mobile device and with a free account by following instructions at: http://mobilelearningacademy.org/game/4194853/The-Mystery-of-the-Colonel....
For more information contact the presenter Roger Edmonds at Mobile Adventures Australia email@example.com
Mobile Adventures Australia: http://mobileadventures.com.au