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#PLENK2010 the future of education, my vision of the future

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This is how I envision the learning future. The future of humanity telepathy final View more presentations from ignatia. This presentation came about while following PLENK , a big online course on Personal Learning Environments, Networking and Knowledge. This is my narrative powerpoint which embeds content from people I learn from.

Call for papers: Digital Futures: learning in a connected world

Ignatia Webs

and my idea is to go for a vision of the future (+ linking it to some mobile projects I am involved in). In the UK (and the world) there are a few pioneers leading the way in the field of innovative education, Steve Wheeler is one of them. Steve is chair for the 6th Plymouth eLearning conference , which will take place in Plymouth from April 6 - 8, in 2011. And I will keynote as wel l.

#Situated learning via #mobile #augmented learning for our #educational future

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Learning within context was a difficult task in the past (travel, content design.). But with the ever growing (and simplifying) augmented mobile learning, it becomes a very feasible way of getting learners up to speed with the latest knowledge. Situated learning was first proposed by Jean Lave and Etienne Wenger as a model of learning in a Community of practice. And I am in to that concept!

QR Codes and Beyond?

Mobile Learning Edge

17, 2010). 11, 2010). Scan this QR code to see a super creative use of the technology from 2006. Tried using a QR (quick response) code yet? If you haven’t already, create your own QR code, and try reading this one with your smart phone’s camera … you may have to download a QR reader , first (this one has a handy illustrated how-to). Articles Industry

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Mobile stats for 2010 and 2011

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We will be uploading some of our own perspectives on this in the future. I can’t help but be bowled over when I try to get my head around exactly how many people are doing useful tasks on their phones. Many of the stats are by their nature skewed. good rule of thumb is that “the more financially viable, the more accurate the stats”.

Free book on the Future of Reputation on the Web and the importance of Understanding Privacy

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Surf to The Future of Reputation by Daniel Solove published by Yale University Press in October 2007 and get into the dark side of the Web. Daniel Solove has written a new book on the Internet and Privacy, it is called: " Understanding privacy " (yes, not a catchy, but indeed a very clear title). This book is not for free, but the one mentioned below is. and it simply does not feel right.

This Flash Player (Frash) Runs On iPad

Upside Learning

Related posts: Smokescreen – The Future Of Flash Player? About a month back I blogged about Smokescreen which allows advertisers to run simple Flash movies on iPad/iPhone using HTML5/JavaScript.  Today while checking my twitter feed I discovered Frash which runs Flash content on iPad/iPhone in a Safari browser. The video below shows Flash content running on iPad Safari browser using Frash –.

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My top 10 #eLearning and #mLearning posts from 2010

Ignatia Webs

These where the top 10 posts (= most visited posts) in 2010: Blooms taxonomy for a digital world : an overview of how you can fit new media into Blooms taxonomy. My top 10 learning tools for 2010. My 8 learning predictions for 2010 The Horizon report 2010: this report gives an overview of emerging learning technologies. Sumo paint, the free alternative for Photoshop.

#mLearn2010 Augmented Reality and Mobile Learning - some lessons learned by Gunnar Liestol

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in February 2010 with Parthenon with classical students, they said that the mobile should not be 'competing' with the real objects. In future versions of the Temple of Divus Iulius sitsim we also plan to include different interpretations of both objects and events. Gunnar is a curly person with glasses, who just gives an AMAZING presentation!! Please if you can, look this research up!

Mobiles, Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing Merge — MobileBeyond

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MobileBeyond The Future of Mobile Communications Home About MobileBeyond Contact MB Subscribe The Day Mobiles, Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing Merged February 23, 2010 Neural Net The day started like any other, sun rising, Earth spinning, Moon in orbit. Tags: future All became real. Reality became anything people wanted it to be. What do you think about this post?

2010 Forecasts

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I intended to write a blog entry in late December with my predictions for mobile learning in 2010, but somehow never found the time. Mobile devices have certainly come into their own with champions and examples everywhere. I no longer feel that I am a single voice trying to convince of the importance of these ubiquitous capabilities to the future of learning. but "how?".

Cisco Blog » Blog Archive » Educause 2010 Proves Learning is (Going) Mobile

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That is how I closed each of my 8 presentations at the Cisco booth at Educause 2010 this week.  Mobility in Education is not a future trend; it is happening right now all around us.  Lindsay Kniffin | 11 Oct 2010 2,830 11 Cisco ?mi: mi: Bringing Family and Friends Together at The Touch Of a Button Marthin De Beer | 06 Oct 2010 5,100 10 Cisco ?mi My conclusion? 

Five Mobile Learning Implementation Tips | Upside Learning Blog

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The Upside Learning Solutions Blog Five Mobile Learning Implementation Tips Abhijit Kadle | March 1st, 2010 | Mobile Learning 1 3 There really is very little different about designing mobile learning from other forms of learning. This blog is about innovation, design, development, and trends in the Learning Solutions domain. & Nikolaou, N. We hope the tips help. Re-use!

mLearning Demand Is Growing

Upside Learning

have always believed that mLearning will be the future of eLearning and have also written about it here. The Horizon Report 2010 on Mobile Computing also points out some interesting trends that will alter the way we live and learn. The use of mobiles and other related digital media as an alternative source of information is increasingly gaining ground in the learning environment.

The Mobile Learning Edge: Table of Contents

Mobile Learning Edge

Developing a Future-Oriented Mobile Learning Strategy (by David Fell) 167 Trends Analysis 170 Technology Life Cycles 173 Current State of Mobile Learning 173 Planning for Future Mobile Learning 174 Preparing Scenarios of Possible Futures 179 Strategies for Mobile Learning: The Next Five Years 182 The Mobile Learning Edge: A Nomadic Strategy 184 9. WordPress Admin

2010: the year we make contact?

uLearning Blog

Welcome to 2010. feel a bit foolish writing my first 2010 blog entry when the announcement that might define mobile and ubiquitous computing this year is still a week away, but there have been enough early signs from a range of companies to make some assumptions, and speculate on what they will mean for learning that attempts to take advantage them. So, is learning and the institutions who’s job it is to propagate it ready to embrace a touch-computing future? I’d like to think so. That’s the hardware story.

Robo-readers: towards automated #MOOC grading

Ignatia Webs

Looking at the responses from a joint study performed in 2010 by Khaled El Ebyary and Scott Windeatt, showed remarkable similarities with learners and their view on plagiarism tools: learners like the fact that they can get some basic feedback on their assignments from computers, without loosing face in front of (or in the minds of) a teacher. It has the potential for big returns, big money.

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Interesting Mobile Statistics By Tomi Ahonen: mLearnCon

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In 2010 Estonia has also become the first country to allow tax returns to be filed by SMS. Related posts: The Future Of E-learning Is Mobile – mLearnCon How To Create Successful M-Learning Strategy: mLearnCon – Part I Mobile Learning – SMS Can Get You Started. Tomi Ahonen delivered the first keynote address at the mLearnCon last month in San Diego.

QR Codes: Here Today, but Gone Tomorrow

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still see QR Codes as being a useful tool for mobile and situated learning in the present day, but I have never been content to simply look at the present without looking towards the future; and in that future, I see QR Codes becoming rapidly redundant. QR Code shirts I wore (+stamps and cards brought) to the 2007 MLearn Conference.

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How To Create Successful M-Learning Strategy: mLearnCon – Part I

Upside Learning

Judy had this quote on a slide which I think summarizes how important mobiles are for our future: “Mobile phones are misnamed.They should be called ‘gateways to all human knowledge.”. - Ray Kurzweil, Futurist (at Handheld Learning ’09). believe this to be true and all organizations will realize this sooner or later. The pace of change is phenomenal and m-learning has truly come of age now.

Thoughts on the Current State of Mobile Devices

The Mobile Learner

What will the immediate future of mobility look like? Only a few short years ago, when mobile devices were still mainly cell phones and music players, the thought of a mobile revolution supplanting the computer revolution seemed distant. Computers ruled for three main reasons: more powerful hardware, better software and, most importantly, much faster access to the internet. We stand at another major technological turning point where typing is being supplanted by thumbing and access to information is immediate. Desktop vs. Laptop vs. Netbook vs. Tablet. Desktop vs. Mobile OS.

#mLearn2010 An mlearning Journey: Mobile Web 2.0 Critical Success Factors. Thom(as) Cochrane

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The resultant development of strategies for future mlearning projects in 2010 and beyond are also briefly discussed. Thom(as) Cochrane is a gray bearded man who is silently, very knowledgeable and who started of with an eye-catching movie excerpt. This is also a real project to check out and definitely a man to follow! The used Wikitude to enhance the real world architecture.

#mlearn2010 Raising the bar of challenge with collaboration social flow in mobile learning by David Parsons

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Social flow Walker's 'social flow' (2010) indicate that is doing it together gets you to do more. Lessons learned positive self-improvement opportunities opportunities might be reciprocal future work the communication channel: would richer communication be better for collaboration? David Parsons spoke on behalf of his team. Does mobile learning really mean social learning?

Embracing Mobile To Educate For Tomorrow | MobileBehavior

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Mobile Behavior: an Omnicom Group Company Home People Blog Work Events Press About Us May 12, 2010 by Caleb Embracing Mobile To Educate For Tomorrow The classroom was traditionally a controlled environment; when wireless technology began to invade, skewing the rules of time and space, teachers panicked. What better solution than to ban cellphones altogether? The solution lies in perspective.

Big Question: big impact learning examples: and why they work

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This way you increase the chance of future scalability and/or support for future similar projects Learner and content related Motivate by clarification (clear framework): Provide very clear reasons to the learners on why you provide content, ask feedback, or give assessments prior to any course module. Why did they have an impact and why do we think it worked? Rosenberg.

#lff10 : Phil Candy: concentrating on organizational or institutional educational futures

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Today I was following the presentation and live discussion on the topic of institutional educational futures by Phil Candy , taken place during the Learning Future Festival 2010 , an online conference organized by the University of Leicester. Tags: educational institution education future future of education question: how do you guarantee quality in the hub?

Can the #MOOC format respond to the educational challenges #altc2013?

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Technology and infrastructure: McGill (2010) noticed that in order to make all the OERs or any educational materials and courses fully open and accessible materials will be accessible on alternative technologies [including] mobile [technologies]. education technology economic crisis critical research mooc future of education For a full time schedule, look here. 87-88). What can we do?

The 35 Dollar Tablet Computer

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Tags: Future Learning Mobile Learning Apple Tablet Tablet Computer Tablet Computers for Learning in India

2010 Horizon Report on emerging technologies' impact on education is out

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Tags: mobile educational institution human machine interaction education augmented reality interdisciplinary mobile learning report future of education

Google App Inventor – Can It Boost mLearning?

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It would be interesting to see if it supports other mobile platforms to in future – that potentially can be a big help to development of cross platform apps.And it would be interesting to see if Apple releases a similar tool to ease out the development for iOS devices. Last week Google launched App Inventor a visual development tool to build Android applications. doubt.

Blogger goal in 2010: more narrative coherence in between the topic strands

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So for 2010 I have one stylistic ambition, to focus on just a couple of main topics that will be covered as I learn and act throughout 2010. Future of education: institutions, interdisciplinary examples: art, activism, underground movement learning. Wondering about the tulip image and how it links to this post? Look below. Learning gadgets, tips and tricks: should pick this up.

mLearnCon 2010: Dr. Mimi Ito – What the User Wants in mLearning

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Good to look at Japanese youth to monitor future trends as they’re about 10 years ahead of US youth. Read the rest at: mLearnCon 2010: Dr. Mimi Ito – What the User Wants in mLearning Education for the iPod GenerationPeople will go to great lengths to have personal content at hand. Users customize their media environment themselves, filling in gaps inherent in devices. We can harvest this drive this potential. Social Media, Mobile Media, is highly personal content shared with others.

The Future of eLearning is…

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It’s hard to believe that three weeks have already passed since we were networking and learning at the DevLearn Conference in San Francisco. It was a vibrant gathering of 1,600+ [.]. Conferences Mobile Development

Yes #dl10, DevLearn 2010 has started and this is where I will present

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Devlearn 2010 is a blast for anyone interested in eLearning in the broad sense. To start of I will give a presentation on the benefits of voting boxes (= audience response system, or clickers) in education and training which is organized on Wednesday 3 November 2010 from 11 am until 11.40 (will publish the presentation in the next day). The great mobile guru Judy Brown also invited me to attend the mobile learning panel of mLearning pioneers which will take place on Wednesday 3 November 2010 at 1 pm until 1.40 pm.

Mobile Learning: A 4th Reading List

The Mobile Learner

Here are 10 of the more recent articles and blog posts that I have read concerning mobile learning. Bonus Poscast: Jesse at TEDx : Jesse Brown from TVO’s Search Engine talks about digital comics in the classroom. 9) 12 Interesting Ways to Use an iPod Touch in the Classroom : A google docs page providing various tips on utilizing an iPod Touch for Learning. 10) Why Mobile Innovation is Blowing Away PC’s : A Techcrunch article comparing innovation trends between mobile devices and PC and a discussion about why mobile will surpass PC’s. Mobile Learning: A 3rd Reading List.

Free report on Education in the Wild: geo-located mobile earning in ActionL

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There is also a debate about whether location-based and contextual learning results in shallower learning strategies and a section detailing the future challenges for location-based learning. Tags: augmented learning mobile augmented reality research mobile learning future of education The 56-page PDF is available FREE for download here.

The Future of Reality – Controlling Objects With Your Mind

The Mobile Learner

Take the red pill if you dare and watch what could be the future of learning. This video from TED demonstrates new technology being developed where a human can interact with devices to control objects simply by thinking about them.  On the one hand, a very exciting development, especially when it comes to supporting children with physical disabilities.  On the other, I can’t help to feel how much this resembles the dystopian societies described in science fiction – in this case, the movie The Matrix. 

The future of education in Africa is mobile (BBC article)

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The article I wrote for the BBC Future site (24 August 2012) is not available to users in the UK, so here it is below … The future of education in Africa is mobile. Over the coming months, A Matter of Life and Tech will feature a range of voices from people building Africa’s tech future. Education systems are under stress. However, the challenges are often too large.

CellCast mSCORM Player Announced

mLearning Trends

Our efforts along the way have also been greatly assisted by Jason Haag and Judy Brown over at Advanced Distributed Learning ("ADL") who offered insights and advice as to where SCORM + Mobile is today and listened to our list of aspirations for where we hope it evolves in the future. This new functionality allows mobile workers to access learning content deployed as standard SCORM v1.2

My mLearning Predictions for 2010

mLearning Trends

After many years of sitting on the sidelines and reading the postings of others, I've decided to enter 2010 with this new mLearning Trends blog where I can post my own scattered thoughts and musing about all things "mobile learning" and begin sharing my own experiences in the design, development, deployment and support of mlearning solutions for the enterprise. So, these pages and all future posts will likely stay in that vein. I'll start things off by offerings my own list of mobile learning-related predictions for 2010. Knock, Knock!! Who's there? Mobile. Mobile Who?