Erik Duval’s Weblog
MAY 4, 2009
Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments » IDEO’s Ten Tips For Creating a 21st–Century Classroom Experience 9 March 2009 by erikduval If something comes my way through both Lisa Petrides and Marcia Conner , it must be worth my time - and yours… The good folks at IDEO are thinking about learning. Erik Duval’s Weblog Learning Objects, Metadata, Interoperability and … me!
Going Mobile: Debating and Using Cellphones in School - The Learning Network Blog - NYTimes.com
APRIL 24, 2010
See all in Technology » See all lesson plans » Overview | Can cellphones serve as effective instructional tools in the classroom? Teachers | Do you use cellphones in your classroom? Students who used cellphones in the classroom might write reflections on the experience. If there was an emergency I would head to the classroom and call my parents there. If so, how?
mLearning-World.com: Podcast: How M-Learning is Enhancing Education
AUGUST 21, 2006
skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Monday, August 21, 2006 Podcast: How M-Learning is Enhancing Education This 34 minute recording provides coverage of the 2005 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference Session entitled Learning-on-the-Go: How M-Learning is Enhancing Education. ► 07/27 - 08/03 (4) Mobile Learning Device Poll mLearning and Baseball Making the classroom a playground for learning (In. ► 07/04 - 07/11 (3) eLearning Kindle eBook From Toy to Tool: Cell Phones in Learning: Speak U. Training. iTunes 7.7
eModeration Station » Mobile learning #1: The big picture
APRIL 14, 2010
Schools and universities have been experimenting with handheld devices both inside and outside the classroom — for details on some of these projects, see here. And this was back in 2005!! Learning with mobile devices does not necessarily happen only outside the classroom. Subscribe to the comments for this post? Tweet This! Share this on Facebook. It doesn’t.
Computers aren’t so special anymore, but the kids may be better off: An introduction to mobile ‘appliance computing’ in Queensland schools
MAY 10, 2012
While some teachers in Queensland participated in a small PDA (personal digital assistant) trial in 2005, and others purchased small numbers of Nintendo DS handhelds, it has really been the release of the iPod touch (and then iPad), as well as the introduction of the XO mini-laptop program from One Laptop per Child Australia (OLPC), that has boosted the numbers of devices in schools. phone?
Panlibus » Blog Archive » Mobile learning: What exactly is it?
SEPTEMBER 22, 2009
There have been exemplars of hand-held devices in classrooms for decades now, and according to Mike, mobile learning is in its third phase of development, which is characterised as “ambient learning”, or taking the every day world and enhancing it. By way of example, Mike outlined a series of classroom scenarios. Library 2.0 Web 3.0 This certainly resonates with me.
ScienceDirect - Computers & Education : Using mobile learning to increase environmental awareness
DECEMBER 26, 2008
This framework provides the requirements to develop m-learning applications that can be used to complement classroom or distance learning. Purchase PDF (1107 K) Diffusion and success factors of mobile marketing Electronic Commerce Research and Applications Diffusion and success factors of mobile marketing Electronic Commerce Research and Applications , Volume 4, Issue 2 , Summer 2005 , Pages 159-173 Arno Scharl, Astrid Dickinger, Jamie Murphy Abstract Mobile marketing offers direct communication with consumers, anytime and anyplace. Available online 7 November 2008.
Learning 3.0 will be mobile « JohnsBlog
JULY 24, 2010
Sharples et al, 2005) The ability that mobiles give us to slide from context to context aligns mLearning with some important characteristics of learning in general. As such they promise to extend learning outside the classroom into the interactions of everyday life. Kukulska-Hulme et al 2007, p14) —- Sharples M, Taylor J and Vavoula G (2005) Towards a Theory of Mobile Learning.
Aga Khan Development Network - AKDN Blog
SEPTEMBER 18, 2009
It kept participants on their toes, in line with the facilitators’ expectations, and extended our learning areas even to the field and home, not necessarily only in the school or classroom.” In Africa, less than 5 per cent of people use the internet – in Kenya only 2.2 per cent of households have internet access and the figure drops to 0.6 per cent in Canada and 61.7
Exploring Educational Technology
JUNE 20, 2009
2005) investigating the potential of mobile web 2.0 2005) investigating the potential of mobile web 2.0 technologies for integration within each course. The COPs are a collaborative partnership between the researcher (as the ‘technology steward’), the course lecturers, and their students. The following sections outline three illustrative mobile web 2.0 Via Read/WriteWeb.)
Going Mobile…learning is shifting in our own hand « Online Educator
SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
Using Mobile Technologies in the Classroom: 10 Easy Tips to Get Started : Barbara Schroeder’s blog entry 4. Online Educator Teaching and learning in the global network Home About Vitae Publications Classes Speaking EDTECH Island Recommendations Going Mobile…learning is shifting in our own hand 19 09 2010 Have you noticed the recent craze on mobile learning? Going Virtual!
Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Roland’s Sunday Smart Trends #251
FEBRUARY 22, 2009
The next social revolution Mobile communication, pervasive computing, wireless networks, collective action. home about the book speaking services suggest a link web feed Topics 21st Century Literacies (91) Always-On Panopticon.or Kramer This week’s “Roland’s Sunday Smart Trends focuses on Mobile augmented reality , a phenomenon in which “real and “virtual experiences merge. The practical application of mobile augmented reality is taking on many forms. This week we will highlight two applications Wikitude and Zcapes. Suggestions?
A bright future for mobiles in schools? Yes.
NOVEMBER 5, 2007
www.mlearnxyz.net Abstract Although ICT integration is growing across all sectors of Education, the one device that most symbolises the current stage of the Digital Revolution, the mobile phone, has not been welcomed into classrooms. For educators and students, this has allowed research to extend beyond the walls of the classroom and to usher in the use of e-learning incorporating email and chat rooms. In Australia, the Queensland Department of Education has recently released a ‘rollout’ policy to cover its current educational ‘Smart Classrooms’ initiative. Enjoy! ?
mLearning-World.com: Why mLearning is Cheap- by Leonard Low
SEPTEMBER 29, 2006
Current Australian telecommunications industry statistics are that over 8 million mobile phone handsets were sold in Australia in 2005 , 98% of Australia’s population has mobile phone coverage , and around 20 million Australians (95%) own a mobile phone , with penetration among young people even higher. mobile phone handset, or PDA) or the cost of connectivity (e.g. Training. iTunes 7.7
EDITing in the Dark » ELI Focus – Mobile Learning
MARCH 6, 2010
This delivers content that is relevant to the user and allows them to further engage with the content, extending the conversation of the classroom beyond the room and the traditional computer lab and extending the resources of the institution to places where the users more naturally find themselves on and off campus. EDITing in the Dark on Twitter | Entries RSS | Comments RSS EDITing in the Dark Thoughts on the technologies that help us tell stories Home boora.ca But in order to understand what “just enough information is , people have to experience it for themselves.
mLearning-World.com: A tale of two experts on m-Learning - mLearning - Zimbio
DECEMBER 27, 2006
Where are we now in 2005? ► 07/27 - 08/03 (4) Mobile Learning Device Poll mLearning and Baseball Making the classroom a playground for learning (In. But where do you think the view that it’s been over-hyped has come from? CK: I think what happened, and thank goodness we fixed things, was that everyone in the marketplace was spinning out this term m-learning. Training.
mLearning-World.com: Book Review-mLearning: Mobile Learning and Performance in the Palm of your Hand
SEPTEMBER 18, 2006
In fact market analysts predict that by 2008, there will be more than 100 million mobile devices in the world (Metcalf 2006:103) and over 3 billion mobile phone subscribers (Nokia 2005). These devices promote the use of ‘anytime, anywhere’ learning, allowing users to transcend the limitations of the traditional presence-based classroom, and to fit learning into their daily lives, whenever they have the time or the inclination. ► 07/27 - 08/03 (4) Mobile Learning Device Poll mLearning and Baseball Making the classroom a playground for learning (In.
Learning as Reflexive; Reality as a Series of Filters « The Ddeok is Always Greener on the Other Side ?? ?? ? ? ???
JULY 24, 2010
Why bother with the abstraction/disconnect of the classroom conversation and the real life experience? Tags: layar future classroom taxonomy Michael Sean Gallagher ?? ?? ? ? ??? However, mobile learning generally is the black sheep of the classroom>elearning>mlearning continuum precisely because it is so far off the pedagogical radar. Learning with a phone? Immediately. link].
Learning in Hand Blog by Tony Vincent
OCTOBER 13, 2009
As a teacher, I tried hard to use the handhelds in my classroom as creatively as possible. But, in classrooms where there aren’t enough computers or students need to record in the field, iPod touch can be made into a little podcast studio. Create It in Your Hand, Share It with the World Below is some of my 30 minute talk at Handheld Learning 2009 in London. The presentation is called Create It in Your Hand, Share It with the World. decided to become a teacher when I was in sixth grade. would have very much liked a handheld computer when I was 12 years old. Presto! Creating.
1020. Mobil Learning « Tomorrow's Professor Blog
APRIL 30, 2010
Mobil Learning Folks: The posting below looks at several aspects of the use of mobil devices in the classroom. It is from Chapter 33, Mobil Learning in the book, Tools for Teaching by Barbara Gross Davis. Regards, Rick Reis firstname.lastname@example.org UP NEXT: An Examination of the Tenured Mind (review) Tomorrow’s Teaching and Learning Mobil Learning Mobile technologies offer a way to create dynamic, interactive learning environments inside and outside the classroom. San Francisco; Jossey-Bass, 2005.
dougbelshaw.com/blog » Blog Archive » Looking to the future of education: learning spaces and mobile devices
APRIL 29, 2009
Re-imagining learning spaces (October 2006) Social software and learning (July 2006) Personalisation and digital technologies (November 2005) Games and learning (October 2005) VISION: Issue 1 - The future of mobile technology: learning ‘on the run’? Home About Archives Get in Touch! What Im Reading Music References Wiki CV Lifestream Twitter status: Lovely day today.
Now class, please take out your phone… | danny and ollie
JUNE 7, 2009
This article on The New York Times advocates for cell-phones as an educational tool that can be used in the classroom, pronouncing that the only difference between smartphones and laptops now is that cellphones are smaller, cheaper and more coveted by students. This is the file that I read which explores the educational uses for teachers and students of the iPod and iTunes combination in the classroom. I was amazed at how early this concept was developed! This document was actually written in 2005. Well this might be our future! Let’s see. What do you think?
Learner-Friendly, Environment Friendly | Mobile Learning
OCTOBER 8, 2006
The product has already been used at the 2005 World Expo, where Laurie Anderson’s Walk Project installation featured the Aimlet LA to allow visitors to wander through a Japanese-styled garden and listen to poems in four different languages. Using Twitter in the classroom The iPad and its impact on m-learning. You hold the small wafer, with an outer shell made from tough, renewable bamboo, to your ear like a cellphone. Ubiquette. learning device for $60. This Edu-Netbook *might* be the best yet.
Inside View from Ireland: Handheld Learning Jumps Up a Notch
DECEMBER 16, 2009
And with 3G services alongside free wifi on campus, things will definitely take off in my classroom next semester. Were currently delivering learning to an entirely new audience beyond the physical constraints of a campus or classroom. And with 3G services alongside free wifi on campus, things will definitely take off in my classroom next semester.
CTO at GFU: Fire has been started with Kindle
MARCH 5, 2009
It changes our libraries, bookstores, classrooms; it changes tradition. CTO at GFU Information, thoughts and ideas related to IT at George Fox University and in Higher Education. About Me Greg Smith welcomes you to his blog. Greg is the Chief Technology Officer for George Fox University. Greg came to the Northwest from the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology in Indianapolis, IN.
Enabling Mobile Learning | eLearning Blog // Don’t Waste Your Time …
FEBRUARY 26, 2009
What took my eye was the article that Ellen Wagner wrote (in 2005) on mLearning - ‘ Enabling Mobile Learning ‘ “Wherever one looks, the evidence of mobile penetration and adoption is irrefutable: cell phones, PDAs (personal digital assistants), MP3 players, portable game devices, handhelds, tablets, and laptops abound. Games in the Classroom … are you sure?
e-Learning Online: What if learning could be as fun as Appy Newz?
APRIL 12, 2009
also know that there a many classrooms where the excitement is tangible and the eyes of all are on fire with interest. ► August (1) Flattening the Classroom ► July (1) Online Courses in Information Fluency! World Classroom Blogging: Taking It to a New Level Teaching Online: Interaction & Collaboration Activ. What if learning could be as fun as Appy Newz ?
How Mobile Cell Phones Change Everything When We Do - Ewan McIntosh | Digital Media & Education
DECEMBER 15, 2009
Will Richardson posts the above picture and asks "how many educators look at that picture and think "OMG, puhleeeeese let me teach in that classroom!" (I suspect not many)". But he's less right in implying that great teachers would want to teaching in that classroom. In some classrooms, professors project discussion questions onscreen in a PowerPoint presentation. He's right.
Assistive Technology: Technology Predictions for 2010
DECEMBER 30, 2009
So next year look for smartphones to play a larger role in the area of classroom and mobile learning. I am already beginning to see a number of companies that are developing accessories or companion products to work with smartphones which could really propel this whole arena. Certainly 2009 has been an exciting year for all types of technology and in 2010, I predict we will begin to see even more rapid developments. One of the really exciting development has been in the area of mobile handsets. We also have Sony in the market touting not one but three different Sony Readers. Tweet!
Mobile Learning « Shijina’s Blog
JANUARY 11, 2009
Millennials learn differently, working adults can’t find time to learn, getting geographically dispersed employees in a classroom is a difficult task ? Gilbert, Sangwan, & Han Mei lan, 2005, p.1). Paper presented at Mlearn 2005, October 25-28. 2005). billion inhabitants will have mobile phones by the end of the year 2008. billion by 2010 worldwide. 2005a). Ally, M.,
Mobile Learning: A Springboard Discussion - Taking Teaching Further
MAY 1, 2009
2005). Students turn their cellphones on for classroom lessons. more → Recent Posts Mobile Learning: A Springboard Discussion From Classroom to iTunes U Interrelationships of Instructional Design Principals Media Capture 2 of 3: Setup & Configuration A cool pedagogical use of Twitter Recent Comments Jason Archer on Fear of Mobile Learning Aurea E. Read review.
Technical Parallels with Computer-Based Learning | Mobile Learning
MAY 18, 2006
Low Processing Power Intel released 300MHz-700MHz desktop CPUs in 1998, and released XScale processors with clock speeds in that range for PDAs and mobile devices last year (2005). In 2005, PDAs such as the Dell X50 were released featuring resolutions of 480×640 (although most mobile devices continue to be produced with a screen resolution of 320×480 or less). Using Twitter in the classroom The iPad and its impact on m-learning. Currently, a 2GB SD Card (for a PDA or mp3 player) also costs around A$300. Be a user (learner)-centric developer. « Welcome.
E-learning on Mobile Phones | MoSo Technology Blog
JULY 26, 2010
12% Encouraging Classroom Participation: A Guide For Teachers 11% Global Green Building Materials and Construction 11% positive and negative impact of technology? Follow me on Twitter RSS Feeds Home About MoSo Tech! Directory Technology Channel Science Channel Stores « Why were we born in the now human history, not in the past or in the future? No trackbacks yet. Q&A: Cell Phones?
Cool Cat Teacher Blog: Daily Spotlight on Education 06/26/2009
JUNE 28, 2009
Links Cool Cat Teacher Home Page Best Teacher Blog Winner Wikis Flat Classroom Project ISTE Online Learning Award 2007 Horizon Project Best Wiki Project Nominee Class Wiki Digiteen Project Subscribe Subscribe to this Blog Comment Feed Audio Podcast Subscribe in Itunes Subscribe to blog over e-mail: Would love to meet you! This is a concern and one that you should alleviate. License.
Why M-Learning Is Cheap. | Mobile Learning
SEPTEMBER 29, 2006
Current Australian telecommunications industry statistics are that over 8 million mobile phone handsets were sold in Australia in 2005 , 98% of Australia’s population has mobile phone coverage , and around 20 million Australians (95%) own a mobile phone , with penetration among young people even higher. Using Twitter in the classroom The iPad and its impact on m-learning. Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Why M-Learning Is Cheap. SMS messages, mobile web data costs, etc.). Great info.
The Future of M-Learning | Mobile Learning
AUGUST 29, 2006
The Age reported in 2005 that 8 million phones were sold in Australia in 2004, and that the vast majority of mobile phones sold are equipped with built-in cameras. Using Twitter in the classroom The iPad and its impact on m-learning. Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact The Future of M-Learning 30 08 2006 Mobile learning has existed as long as learning itself: a book is a mobile learning resource, and so is a cassette walkman. It adds that 13.7 2004). IDC Market Analysis, #AU202116L, Vol. 1.).
Audio + Visual + Apps = Mobile Learning
JANUARY 11, 2010
JaneBozarth: Ok then I am going to talk about C-learning (= ‘classroom’) maybe that will get me some resistance and throw up barriers to it. gwoodill: 2005 def: “Mlearning is learning on devices which a lady can carry in her handbag or a gentleman can carry in his pocket.” The group seemed to struggle for the entire 90 minutes with a the true definition. Tweet This! Digg this!
What is Mobile Learning? « Mobile Learning Blog
OCTOBER 13, 2010
Learning Experiences of Mobile Learning As I commented earlier, mobile learning has a number of advantages either as a supplement to or replacement of classroom experiences. Mobile Learning Blog About A learning revolution through mobile devices. More About Us | Join Us! Today’s Thought "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime." Chinese Proverb MLearning Flickr Photos More Photos What is Mobile Learning? What is Mobile Learning in Real-life? What Mobile Devices are Used for Mobile Learning? What is Mobile Learning?
Questio Verum: ACU, iPhones, and Wired
JANUARY 2, 2010
This is surely the temptation also faced by students when using iPhones in the classroom; the potential for distraction is very real. skip to main | skip to sidebar Questio Verum The adventures of academia, or how I learned to stop worrying and love teacher evaluations. Some think its just a gimmick to attract new students. See student comment #4.) Excellent article, Frank.
Province, industry, and university partner for mobile learning research | Tony Bates
FEBRUARY 21, 2009
iCORE is providing $760,000 over five years, Athabasca University is contributing $1.6 million, Xerox Canada is contributing $310,000, and Allan Markin is contributing $450,000.’ ’ Written by tony2 · Filed Under Events , Technology , geolocation , mobile learning Tagged: 2009 , Alberta , Athabasca University , iCORE , k , Kinshuk , Malkin , mobile learning , Xerox Canada Comments Got something to say? et al. 2008) The Tower and the Cloud Kimberly on Laptops in lectures Blog@UOe-L » Blog Archive » Laptops nas aulas teórias?