Can the #MOOC format respond to the educational challenges #altc2013?
SEPTEMBER 10, 2013
The learning and teaching processes of today are impacted by the use of social media, new mobile technologies and pedagogical formats. Digital and Social exclusion(s) : one area of social exclusion in the technological era relates to the digital divide. If you want to you can join us at 11.45 on Tuesday 10 September 2013 in session 342, right after the keynotes. 87-88). 2011).
my journey into social media and why I became an evangelist
MAY 22, 2008
Karyn Romeis is working on a dissertation exploring the impact of the use of social media on the professional practice of learning professionals. The questions she would like to see answered: How did you get started with social media? How did I get started with social media? The first team endeavour was when I followed Mandarin in evening school (2005). on my own.
Erik Duval’s Weblog
MAY 4, 2009
through citizen science or social networking projects, YouTube, Flickr). Erik Duval’s Weblog Learning Objects, Metadata, Interoperability and … me! Rencontre d’amis au bord de la mer du Nord - the essence of mobile learning. 3 May 2009 by erikduval I get many nice requests to come speak or participate in a discussion. Yes, the room was great (the view, the coffee, the fruit, …).
#aufgs2012 Terry Anderson on living, learning, and research in a #networked age
SEPTEMBER 15, 2012
Burt "people who live in the intersection of social worlds are at higher risk of having good ideas" (2005, p. Terry Anderson speaks on the subject of Living, Learning, and Researching in a Networked Era. His focus is on openness as a scholar and the evolution of different learning approaches over the last few decades related to this openness. It was an interesting presentation, also of interest from a MOOC perspective. Each types of learning has its own benefit, so one should be open in any debate with people with different preferences. Does it have a business model?
Going Mobile: Debating and Using Cellphones in School - The Learning Network Blog - NYTimes.com
APRIL 24, 2010
Social Studies: Students create a city guide for their town, or any chosen city in the United States, using Google SMS. Understands various meanings of social group, general implications of group membership, and different ways that groups function 3. Home Page Todays Paper Video Most Popular Times Topics Education World U.S. Politics Education Bay Area Chicago N.Y. If so, how?
Learning 3.0 will be mobile « JohnsBlog
JULY 24, 2010
It also includes mobility in conceptual space, mobility in social space, and mobility of technology. The common denominator is context: physical, technological, conceptual, social and temporal contexts for learning.” 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.
ScienceDirect - Computers & Education : Using mobile learning to increase environmental awareness
DECEMBER 26, 2008
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. Time and mechanical timekeeping represent perhaps the most well-entrenched “technology” for the coordination of social interaction. Available online 7 November 2008.
8 contemporary #learning needs for the #knowledge age and K12 reform book
FEBRUARY 6, 2012
The societal changes brought along with the Internet, social media development and the rise to ubiquity by a number of technologies (wifi, mobiles…) has changed human society as a whole. International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, January 2005, Volume 2 Number 1. While writing a chapter for a book, I was wondering about the contemporary needs of a course to fit the demands of this knowledge age. The beginning of the new millennium has been described as a Knowledge and this shift from the industrial age affects all of us (global audience). 2000). 2010).
E-Learning Queen: Mobile Learning: Is It Doing What It’s Supposed To?
SEPTEMBER 26, 2010
skip to main | skip to sidebar E-Learning Queen E-Learning Queen focuses on distance training and education, from instructional design to e-learning and mobile solutions, and pays attention to psychological, social, and cultural factors. The edublog emphasizes real-world e-learning issues and appropriate uses of emerging technologies. Who is the Queen? You are, dear reader. in Geology, M.A.
Aga Khan Development Network - AKDN Blog
SEPTEMBER 18, 2009
The underlying objectives of the Agency are to reduce poverty, diminish the vulnerability of poor populations and alleviate economic and social exclusion. 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 Tanzania, compared to 72.1 per cent in Canada and 61.7
Exploring Educational Technology
JUNE 20, 2009
2005) investigating the potential of mobile web 2.0 The Ning ( [link] ) social network is used to facilitate collaboration between the two different courses ( [link] ). 2005) investigating the potential of mobile web 2.0 technologies for integration within each course. The following sections outline three illustrative mobile web 2.0 Via Read/WriteWeb.) technologies. Check.
working on a paper on gender, ethnicity, religion and class
JANUARY 29, 2008
Gender-Stereotypic Images of Occupations Correspond to the Sex Segregation of Employment Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol. Inclusiveness and ICT in education: a focus on gender, ethnicity and social class. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, Volume 21, Number 1, February 2005, pp. Chorng-Shyong Ong and Jung Yu Lai. Eagly. 25, No. 4, 413-423 (1999). Ullrich.
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?
EDITing in the Dark » ELI Focus – Mobile Learning
MARCH 6, 2010
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 Contact Me New Photo Gallery ELI Focus – Mobile Learning By Raj , March 5, 2010 11:04 am, I missed the first day of this session because I was home sick, but I did take away some important confirmations from the second day. The first is that the University is falling behind, but it’s not alone, and it’s not too late to start moving things forward. Branching out from there, podcasts (but not talking heads !)
A bright future for mobiles in schools? Yes.
NOVEMBER 5, 2007
Many policies have been written to deal with the negative social and disruptive consequences of the use of digital mobile devices in Education; however less effort has been made to balance such policies against the educational needs of students dealing with the ongoing impact of the Digital Revolution. More recently, the development of online sharing and social tools (known as Web 2.0) has added another layer of networking to the uses of the internet such that now, “students are not learning alone, in their room, in silence”(Breuleux’s, 2001, p3). Enjoy! ? firstname.lastname@example.org
Learning as Reflexive; Reality as a Series of Filters « The Ddeok is Always Greener on the Other Side ?? ?? ? ? ???
JULY 24, 2010
That being said, I do maintain a hefty dose of social media channels , dabble in Second Life (which has a lot more utility than I initially thought), love my podcasting /video tools, but I am most excited (academically giddy) with the possibility of mobile learning, of using mobile devices to achieve that desired goal of lifelong learning. Michael Sean Gallagher ?? ?? ? ? ??? Immediately.
Futures of Learning
JULY 1, 2009
Visitors can subscribe by going to the museum’s website or social media sites (such as Facebook) and can receive these on a mobile phone with Internet connectivity. 2005). Paper presented at the Mobile Communication and the Ethics of Social Networking conference. Connections: Social and mobile tools for enhancing learning. 2005). They charge a comparable fee.
Sugata Mitra versus Andrew Keen at OEB
NOVEMBER 29, 2007
Media should not be about writing social wrongs. Also does Kevin Kelly (wrote on digital library may 2005) is also a born again christian. Read Hobbes Leviathan or other social contract theorists. Andrew Keen the next big thing will be curation. He mentions Mahalo The only way to take the digital technology is to take the serious content back AND to pay for content and knowledge providers/supervisors. Sugata Mitra What my work is about is not technology but about children, humans, as a self-organizing mechanism (like economics.) Nature is self-organising. but it happens.
Audio + Visual + Apps = Mobile Learning
JANUARY 11, 2010
gwoodill: 2005 def: “Mlearning is learning on devices which a lady can carry in her handbag or a gentleman can carry in his pocket.” Data repositories can be static or social. By static I mean the content is entered into the app and is basically read only. Enter your topic below to search social learning and social media sites. What meets the needs of your audience?
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. You hold the small wafer, with an outer shell made from tough, renewable bamboo, to your ear like a cellphone. When you stand over special LED emitters in the ground, the unit receives light signals through special micro solar cells, and converts them into audio messages that are transmitted through a tiny speaker in the device. Ubiquette.
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. No demographic is immune from this phenomenon.
1020. Mobil Learning « Tomorrow's Professor Blog
APRIL 30, 2010
Sources: Caudill, 2007; Corbeil and Valdes-Corbeil, 2007; Reeves and Ward, 2005; Rekkedal and Dye, 2007) Examples of Mobile Learning Laptops. 2004; Felder and Brent, 2005; Nilson and Weaver, 2005): * Ask students to share access to information or to find facts online (for example, in a psychology class on sleep deprivation, an instructor asks, “Who holds the record for most consecutive hours without sleep? “What are five established symptoms of sleep deprivation? ) * Conduct online searches using the resources of the library or a scholarly Web site.
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! New here? You may want to subscribe to my RSS feed and/or follow me on Twittter.
Mobile Learning « Shijina’s Blog
JANUARY 11, 2009
Nine Hundred Health and Social Care students from the north of England are taking part in this project. 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. Mobile learning or m-learning is touted as being the next big thing in e-learning. 2005a).
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). Low Storage (Memory) According to this site , which tracks the cost of computer hard drive storage since the 1950s, in late 1997 you could buy a 2GB hard disk drive for around A$300. « Welcome. Ubiquette.
Now class, please take out your phone… | danny and ollie
JUNE 7, 2009
This is an extract of article: ‘The students used the phones for a variety of tasks, including recording themselves solving problems and posting the videos to a private social networking site, where classmates could watch. This document was actually written in 2005. danny and ollie musings of teachers to be… Home About us… Now class, please take out your phone… Imagine during class time, students take out their phone and they are working quietly on their phone. Well this might be our future! So I went on their websites to check iPods out! Let’s see.
E-learning on Mobile Phones | MoSo Technology Blog
JULY 26, 2010
Since the majority of students both at secondary schools and universities have a mobile phone at hand most of the time, Mobile Learning (M-learning) could be a new tool for assisting learning in future. Learning is a fundamental cognitive process of mental and social change over an entire lifetime. Follow me on Twitter RSS Feeds Home About MoSo Tech! No trackbacks yet. Cell Phones?
Mobile Learning: A Springboard Discussion - Taking Teaching Further
MAY 1, 2009
Neomillennial user experience design strategies: utilizing social networking media to support “always on” learning styles. 2005). What we discovered sounds like a typical reserach paper at the end. The whole “additional research is needed in order for us to … statement. From our initial reading, we discovered that the definition of mobile learning is still not solid.
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. Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Why M-Learning Is Cheap. The issues I’m most commonly asked about are generally associated with either the cost of hardware (e.g. Great info. Ubiquette.
e-Learning Online: What if learning could be as fun as Appy Newz?
APRIL 12, 2009
Try it, you might like it: Social Bookmarking Reso. Will Richardson on Information Fluency NCLB & High Stakes Testing; Tell your stories ► April (1) ► March (3) ► February (5) ► January (13) ► 2006 (5) ► December (5) ► 2005 (2) ► November (1) ► October (1) Easy Feed Subscription Feed Button Help. Response Clickers?
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. The Genie in the Bottle: Unleashing the hidden power of personal mobile devices for learning (November 2009) Categories Applications Audio Podcasting Interactive Flash Flash Lite Photo Video Wireless Assessment Events General Mobile Mobile Phone 2D Barcodes Moblogging SMS WAP Netbook PDA Pedagogy Recall Record Reinterpret Relate Situated Social Products Web 2.0 It adds that 13.7 2004). Ubiquette.
What is Mobile Learning? « Mobile Learning Blog
OCTOBER 13, 2010
Group Sharing Mobile Learning Using social networking sites/shared websites to collaborate with others anywhere in the world. 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? In Articles on October 12, 2010 by Michael Cyger Mobile Learning, or M-Learning, has different meanings for different users. What is Mobile Learning in Real-life?
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?
Questio Verum: ACU, iPhones, and Wired
JANUARY 2, 2010
skip to main | skip to sidebar Questio Verum The adventures of academia, or how I learned to stop worrying and love teacher evaluations. Thursday, December 31, 2009 ACU, iPhones, and Wired My sister, an ACU alumnus, emailed me a few weeks ago an article on Wired.com about her alma mater: How the iPhone Could Reboot Education. Some think its just a gimmick to attract new students.
Text messaging for collaborative learning in South Africa | Tony Bates
MAY 13, 2009
2009) MXit: How to Encourage and Facilitate Communication Among Students eLearning Africa Newsletter , May 12 This interview with a professor from the University of South Africa describes how instant messaging is being used to encourage collaborative learning. In a long-term study she conducted, she found that isolated students have a need for informal support that is often neglected in distance education. It has about 11 million log-ons per day and over 210 million messages sent / received per day. World | Tony Bates « MyPage Builder on Higher Education in a Web 2.0
learning elearning: Blackberry 8110 usability & suitability for mlearning
APRIL 17, 2009
Incorporating social networking sites like twitter for ‘chat’ type synchronous sessions is also much easier to introduce. skip to main | skip to sidebar learning elearning Learning about elearning, m-learning, eportfolios and how these can be combined to create tools for learners to record their learning experiences.Usual disclaimers apply. This blog records my personal learning journey, experiences and thoughts and may not always be similar to the opinions of my employer. Mobile access was patchy (as expected) but I could still assess the other PDA functions. available.
How long mobile training progressed in 5 years Short! | Sierra Aircard
JANUARY 10, 2010
2005 – mLearn in Cape Town: "Learning is your hands" was particularly appropriate in a country where Internet coverage is minimal, but the mobile phone coverage is almost complete! We talked about integration and inclusion and how social computing can be used on mobile devices, and the fact that mobile devices now includes laptops with wireless connections. Comments Site Log in Sierra Aircard Here you will learn about Sierra Aircard tips and how to find good information. " to "please come and help us get it going!"
Around the Corner-MGuhlin.org: Ubiquitous Computing Environments
MAY 3, 2009
Swine Flu Outbreak Moodle Conversations - Assigning Teacher Roles Social Media Unleashes the Power Moodle Conversations - Limiting Students to Own Co. main | sidebar Around the Corner-MGuhlin.org "Courage cant see around corners, but goes around them anyway." - Mignon McLaughlin Home Profile ShareMore! CV MGuhlin.net Entries (RSS) Comments (RSS) Ubiquitous Computing Environments Labels: MoodleConversations | "Do you think students need a ubiquitous computing environment if you are using moodle? If not, how often do you think students need access to computers?" Not sure.
Mobile Learning;Lessons learnt from the eLearning Africa 2010 - telecentre.org
JULY 23, 2010
In his presentation , he emphasized that the social and economic status of a community or the target should always be considered in the design of training , development of software and selection of technologies that are appropriate to deliver the training. The topics include : politics and society ;political participation ,economy and environment ; climate change ,health and social issues ; malaria , general knowledge ; African history. The session was chaired by Richard Niyonkuru,M & E Advisor for ICT ,Ministry of Education ,Rwanda. Can these really drive student performance?