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Mobile learning is learning across multiple contexts using smartphones and tablets, digital watches and fitness bands, wearable tags, and other more specialized devices. In educational applications, these devices are often linked together through the Internet or Bluetooth wireless technology, supporting collaboration and interaction. Mobile devices support seamless learning by extending learning beyond the classroom into everyday real-world experience. Mobile devices support the blending of the “formal learning” of the classroom with “informal learning” that takes place at home, in museums, or with peers. Mobile devices support personalized learning, and yet when networked together they can at the same time support collaboration and group learning. Many mobile devices generate large volumes of data from each student’s device, supporting learning analytics applications.
The brochs, great stone towers of Iron Age Scotland, are famously puzzling. Who inhabited these strongholds (if habitations they were)? New fieldwork at the broch of Dun Vulan, on South Uist in the Western Isles, prompts reappraisal of the geographical and social context of the brochs, by developing untapped sources of social evidence.
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