The ReMobilized project is the initiative by Learning Academy Worldwide in conjunction with Lucy Haagen to use recycled phones in under-resourced learning environments.

The multiple functions of the modern mobile phone can be employed for projects by young learners to gather and present data of various kinds to become measurable digital artifacts that teachers and peers can assess. Engaging the learner in their learning, participation in and outside of normal class time, can potentially be increased.

The phones do not have to be new and ReMobilized believe that using recycled phones in under-resourced schools is the most cost-effective way of tackling the literacy problems amongst young learners in today's world.

Follow the ReMobilized Projects here.