University of Birmingham - Aston Webb



June 20th and 21st, 
University of Birmingham, UK

In collaboration with the m-learning Forum


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The venue

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The venue

The Clock Tower

The University of Birmingham is a pioneer of research into mobile learning and wearable technology (see and ). 

The workshop venue is equipped with an IEEE 80211b wireless LAN system, multimedia presentation, and ISDN and IP videoconferencing facilities.

The workshop will run from mid-day June 20th to mid-day June 21st, including buffet lunches and a dinner on the evening of June 20th. 

Conference accommodation will be available at the University and hotels in the city centre.

The city of Birmingham

The Brindley Place 





Birmingham has developed in the past 150 years from a small village to Britainís second city. Traditionally, its fame and prosperity came from its manufacturing industry and, although there have been many changes to industry in the area, firms like MG Rover, Cadbury Schweppes, GKN and Lucas are still Birmingham-based. In addition to these large industries, the old craft skills of toolmaker, jeweller, silversmith and gunsmith still flourish. In the last two decades the City has seen traditional heavier industries replaced by the specialist manufacturing and service sectors and it has become a centre for the development of the Business Park concept.

The City has an enviable location as it has highly convenient access by rail, road, and indeed air, to the rest of the country and from the International Airport to Europe and the world. 

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Jewellery Quarter 
The Chamberlain's Clock in Jewellery Quarter

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