Anspear is involved in many projects to support learning and engagement using mobile technology. Click on a link below to find out more about some of our work.
English language for Bangladeshi women
Anspear worked with the Government’s(DIT) and a predominantly Bangladeshi community in the City of London to help two groups of women improve their language skills and confidence levels. One group was already enrolled in formal tuition, whilst the other belonged to a women’s community group.
English language for Eastern European arrivals
Anspear worked with Kent County Council’s(MCAS) to enhance their English language learning provision for ethnic minority communities. The majority of the learners were from Latvia, with others from Lithuania, Russia, Armenia, Hungary, Ukraine and Estonia.
Minority European language courses
Anspear has joined’s international team to deliver a range of minority language courses via mobile phone across Europe. Anspear is providing a system through which MobLang partners can design and develop their own interactive language courses, carefully localised to fit each social and cultural context.
Literacy engagement with young offenders
Anspear and, a UK-based young people’s charity, began a collaborative project in July 2009 to improve reading skills and to promote broader engagement with literature amongst young offenders. Mobile phones were loaded with a selection of poems in text, audio and visual formats and provided to 30 young offenders at three of Unitas’s Summer Arts Colleges across the UK.