I've been exploring the potential for mobile web 2.0 to enhance tertiary education over the past four years. We've focused upon the unique affordances of smartphones and how these can be combined with web 2.0 tools to create student-centred social constructivist learning environments within and outside of the formal learning environment. Thus I have been interested in students creating content and sharing and enhancing their learning experiences rather than generating and distributing teacher-created content. The integration of mobile web 2.0 into several tertiary courses has impacted both lecturers and students, often transforming more traditional pedagogical approaches. In this approach the teacher/lecturer models and integrates the use of the mlearning tools as part of an intentional community of practice including the lecturers, a technology steward, and the students. This year I'm particularly interested in exploring augmented reality apps on smartphones and establishing inter-institutional collaborative mlearning projects.