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Free papers on mobile learning from #IMLF2016 conference #mlearning

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conferences education learning theory mLearning mobile learning mobile technology QR code research technologyThis is a really wonderful set of papers that encompass the latest mobile learning realities and implementations. The proceedings were disseminated before the actual IMLF2016 conference start in Bangkok, providing a nice bit of reading.

QR Codes.Integration into Learning? The Possibilities

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Here is a short YouTube video of "how QRcodes are used with mobile phones." A Few Questions/Answsers about QRcodes What are QRcodes? A QR code is a 2D matrix barcode which uses an arrangement of squares to encode information horizontally and vertically. While I am new to QRcodes Andy Ramsden has posted about his research on QRcodes and their impact on learning. What can a QRcode do?

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QR Codes.Integration into Learning? The Possibilities

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Here is a short YouTube video of "how QRcodes are used with mobile phones." A Few Questions/Answsers about QRcodes What are QRcodes? A QR code is a 2D matrix barcode which uses an arrangement of squares to encode information horizontally and vertically. While I am new to QRcodes Andy Ramsden has posted about his research on QRcodes and their impact on learning. What can a QRcode do?

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Andy Ramsden: Are QR Codes the Future of Mobile Learning?

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Where I see QR Codes becoming obsolete is through the rapidly improving processing capabilities of mobile devices, which are on the cusp of becoming capable of reading and interpreting printed text. Once phones become able to recognise a printed URL, for example, the use of a QR Code to “represent&# a URL becomes superfluous… an unnecessary (and non-human-readable) duplication of information. Authored by Leonard Low. Hosted by Edublogs

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Play and Learn

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Jane’s latest, Find the Future at NYPL , blends research and writing with an overnight scavenger hunt at New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Using smartphones to locate QR codes placed throughout the collection, each quest will end with teams reflecting on the document located and compiling their submission based on all their brainstorming ideas. Schwarzman Building.

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Learn to Walk before You Run: Why Your Mobile Marketing Strategy Should Start with SMS

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As the number of people who own smartphones increases, so does the amount of money that companies are pouring into mobile marketing. A new report by Forrester Research , however, points out that marketing leaders are pouring money into the wrong sectors of mobile marketing. What marketing leaders are doing wrong when it comes to mobile. Starting with SMS means two things for companies.

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Moving Forward with a Mobile Strategy

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Here are some ideas that we can use as a stepping stones to a grander mobile strategy in education: Students: Allowing students to access mobile devices to research information for assignments using mobile learning apps (i.e. Creating and posting QR Codes around the school and in school newsletters to provide the community with quick access to school news online, newsletters online, online calendar, etc. We are in the midst of another change in the world of business.  Developing a mobile strategy in education does not come without effort. Google Calendar).

Are students ready for QR Codes? Findings from a student survey at the University of Bath [mobile-learning.blog-city.com]

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Log-In My Blog My Profile Leave Message Grab Latest Add as neighbor mobile-learning.blog-city.com Calendar «« Feb 2009 »» S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Search Box Are students ready for QR Codes? There is a growing interest around the use of QR Codes in learning, teaching and assessment ( [link] ).

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5 Tips to Launch Your Mobile Campaign

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Adding a QR code at the end is not a mobile strategy. Blog Mobile Resources and ResearchMichael Sabat is the VP of Account Management and Business Development here at Mobile Commons. In this post, he discusses 5 practical steps that non-profits can use to launch their own mobile campaigns. This post was originally published on  Connection Cafe , a blog written by Convio employees about the ways in which nonprofits, everyday citizens and communications professionals can harness the power of the Internet and Web 2.0 for good. Build a mobile list now. Show your boss. 

Barcodes Offer Interesting Opportunities for Mobile Learning

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Apple has a barcode reading app for the iPhone and you can purchase barcode or QR code (similar to barcodes) readers for almost all popular mobile platforms. The barcode and QR code reading software is made available in the hopes consumers will use it to research, compare and price products. But as designers and developers of mobile learning, we can use barcodes to aid students in finding information, and there are countless other uses for barcodes and QR codes. Employees or student name tags could contain QR codes which link to information about that person.

QRcode as a great surplus for real life architecture or history classes

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Adrian Nicolaiev got me onto this great PhD research blog from Simone O'Callaghan on QRcodes: [link] After starting to read her inspiring blog (she works on a PhD which balances between art and QRcodes, how cool is that!) I came across the site of ‘ invisible art ' which is an art project that adds artistic impressions onto buildings through the active use of a cell phone camera. Anybody?

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How to do mLearning Research | Personalising Learning with the iPod Touch

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Personalising Learning with the iPod Touch A day in the life of a 21st Century Classroom Home About Forum From the kids iPod Touch Apps Josh’s Tips Lessons How to do mLearning Research Posted by: louiseduncan | October 27, 2009 | 1 Comment | This morning I had the pleasure of being part of a select, but very international, group discussing the parameters of research into mobile learning.

Super Bowl Commercials Miss a Major Mobile Opportunity

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Go Daddy had a QR code at the end of one of their two ads. Research shows that SMS calls-to-action at the end of a TV commercial are 325% more effective than other types of calls-to-action, such as including a web address. All Posts Blog media Mobile Resources and Research Our Products Text Messages Why Mobile CommonsCompanies spend millions of dollars on their ads for the Super Bowl. 30-second spot in last night’s broadcast cost an average of $3.5 million dollars. But the tradeoff is that Super Bowl ad time also exposes a brand to an enormous audience. And that was it.

Australian Teacher Impresses with Cell Phones in Learning

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Jarrod used a simple Google generator to create the QR codes. The students will be working in pairs using their mobile phones and their QR code reading software. The course will start with a single QR code, each pair will receive a different code so that they start at a different part of the course. Australian educator Jarrod Robinson (Known as Mr. Robbo -- The P.E. Awesome!

Australian Teacher Impresses with Cell Phones in Learning

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Jarrod used a simple Google generator to create the QR codes. The students will be working in pairs using their mobile phones and their QR code reading software. The course will start with a single QR code, each pair will receive a different code so that they start at a different part of the course. Australian educator Jarrod Robinson (Known as Mr. Robbo -- The P.E. Awesome!

Mobile Learning K-12 Chat

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went back through some of my notes and responded with the following: JISC in the UK has conducted a lot of mobile learning research including research on disabilities. Take a look at the potential for those with sight issues on this YouTube video - [link] Also look at QR codes and the potential demonstrated by Nokia at [link] There are also some articles on [link] easily found by searching for disabilities. Last week I participated in a "chat" for Education Week entitled "Emerging Mobile Technologies for K-12 Classrooms". Thank you.

November Hot List: Mobile Learning Content

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Best of Mobile Learning November 1, 2009 to November 30, 2009 Featured Sources The following are the top items from featured sources based on social signals. eLearning report: Review of Learning 2.0

Jed Alpert on Tech Talk with Craig Peterson

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As Jed says: “The most important thing isn’t whether it’s a short code or a QR code, it’s the value associated with that initial conversation. All Posts Blog Company News media Mobile Resources and Research Press Why Mobile CommonsOn Sunday, our CEO Jed Alpert appeared on the radio show Tech Talk with Craig Peterson to discuss how mobile is transforming marketing both for businesses and consumers. He also highlights companies that are taking advantage of new mobile technologies to better engage their target consumers. We’ll be posting the audio as soon as we get it!

Futures of Learning

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It will then explore future possibilities for mobile tours as well as other uses of mobile devices in museums, including GPS for geotagging, QR codes, and downloadable content specifically suited to handheld wireless devices. In the US, the use of QR codes in museums has not taken off (yet). QR codes obviously take a lot of planning and technical support. lives. 2006, March).

Panlibus » Blog Archive » The past present and future of mobile learning

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John spoke engagingly about a number of emerging technologies that are impacting the use of mobile devices, including QR codes, RFID, GPS and Augmented Reality. I’m sure I wasn’t alone in going home and trying out Augmented Reality technology on the web for myself. Panlibus Search Subscribe Updates Follow us on: Panlibus Podcasts All UK Focused Talis The Library 2.0 Library 2.0 Web 3.0

Reports on Mobile Learning, Mobile Life, and Mobile Youth | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Reports on Mobile Learning, Mobile Life, and Mobile Youth 3 10 2006 Some recently published primary research papers that help to inform mobile learning approaches and mobile learning policy: From the E-Learning Guild, their report on m-learning , published in August this year. Two reports on mobile life and mobile youth , from the UK (via All about Mobile Life ). Using Twitter in the classroom The iPad and its impact on m-learning. Ubiquette.

Simple voting boxes to enhance learning

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We have to reasons to do this: a technical reason, and an educational research driven reason linked to pedagogical benefits. From this academic year onward, voting boxes (= Audience Response System = ARS) will be used to enhance courses. Enabling the teacher to respond to feedback of the ARS, by tailoring to the gap of knowledge that it displays. Activate participation in the complete group.

[video] Mobile Learning at Tecnológico de Monterrey – e-Learning Blog

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publication] Mobile Learning : The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning. e-Learning Blog e-Learning an der Technischen Universität Graz Skip to Content ↓ Home Über/Impressum Call for Special Track at ICL2009 Students’ projects Wo Sind Wir [video] Mobile Learning at Tecnológico de Monterrey Jun 14th, 2009 von Martin.

Cool Cat Teacher Blog: Daily Spotlight on Education 06/26/2009

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tags : education HI_TeenMobileStudy_ResearchReport.pdf (application/pdf Object) Summary of research study about teenagers and cell phone use. tags : education , cellphone Survey: Teens Cell Phones Indispensable - CBS News Research shows that cell phones are a vital part of student identities with four out of five students having a cell phone. 19% go online via their cell phone.

Ignatia Webs: Big Question: get your innovative eLearning ideas out no matter what others think!

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So I look into my reference files: is there any research that I can use to build my case in favor of what I propese as an eLearning project. skip to main | skip to sidebar Ignatia Webs eLearning techtales with social media in low resource and mobile settings Thursday, April 2, 2009 Big Question: get your innovative eLearning ideas out no matter what others think! and tryout the ideas I have.

Mobile Learning « e-blabla

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You can tie in your commitment to 30 hours CPD and log on the &# research project&# on ifl. You « Xtranormal - Text-to-movie QR Code » Actions Comments rss Trackback Information Date : 24 March 2009 Categories : Uncategorized Leave a comment Click here to cancel reply. This is the world of Mobile Learning. Using the latest handheld devices, seamless integration of technology is becoming a reality in educational establishments across the country. Visit [link]  to read more about Mobile Learning. • Theme: Freshy by Jide.

Ubiquitous Learning 2.0: FACEBOOK - Mobile

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MOBILE LEARNING According to Pew Research [link] , as of early 2008, 71% of teens ages 12-17 used a cell phone. skip to main | skip to sidebar Ubiquitous Learning 2.0 A collective intelligence on emerging technologies in classroom, online, and mobile learning. Sunday, September 20, 2009 FACEBOOK - Mobile Welcome to the first post in the Mobile Learning section of our Ubiquitous Learning 2.0

[from emapey] Ignatia Webs: My top ten tips for getting started with eLearning:

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community Internet Time community knowplace community SCoPE: education, research, practice games Red Hot Learning Institute of Tropical Medicine itmvodcast.blogspot.com music Anticon productions music Henry Rollins research Cognitive Edge team digital chalkie team women bloggers tech African Gadgets tech Beta software tech mobile 2.0 It ain’t always easy to dive into eLearning.

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

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What the User Wants in mLearning Dr. Mimi Ito Research Scientist Dept. The building has its own Twitter stream (tweets about the temperature, etc.), QR codes in different parts of the building where people can gain more detailed information. My fingers didn’t always keep up with the speakers or facilitators. Thanks! Typical is two of each device. Social viewing. Locative Media.

M-Learning International | Mobile Learning

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Faaantastic.  I wonder if a general-purpose on-the-ground SMS-based service would “take off&# as a business idea?  It’s basically a mobile on-request research service, and if there really are people out there paying $5 a hit for “hot babes on your mobile,&# surely there will be many more who’d pay $5 to have any question answered promptly.  To start with, I think the questions would be on all sorts of things, but eventually, you’d be able to automate answers to frequently asked questions. Using Twitter in the classroom The iPad and its impact on m-learning.

Mobile Podcasting | Mobile Learning

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And why not use QR Codes, like in QR Clip ? and mobile learning approaches for health professionals: Although podcasts are not interactive in the same way as wikis and blogs, mobile learning through audio is showing some promise, said the researchers. Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Mobile Podcasting 1 09 2006 As the Mobile Life Blog points out, “it’s obvious this would arrive one day&# – media, direct to your mobile phone. In a related segue between Web 2.0

[publication] The Benefits of Geo-Tagging and Microblogging in m-Learning: a Use Case – e-Learning Blog

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publication] How People are Using Twitter during Conferences : Together with my colleagues we researched about how People are. e-Learning Blog e-Learning an der Technischen Universität Graz Skip to Content ↓ Home Über/Impressum Open Content Students’ projects Wo Sind Wir [publication] The Benefits of Geo-Tagging and Microblogging in m-Learning: a Use Case Okt 15th, 2009 von Martin. Our publication “ The Benefits of Geo-Tagging and Microblogging in m-Learning: a Use Case &# of this year MindTrek 2009 conference is online available. Reference: Safran, C., Ebner, M.

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Assistive Technology: Technology Predictions for 2010

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From what I have been reading Adobe is working hard with Research in Motion ( BlackBerry ) and Google to build Flash into their development tools. Seavus Dropmind™ 1.1 is Released ► November (12) Interesting Uses of QR Codes for Educators Happy Thanksgiving! 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 in a military context « e-Learning Stuff

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e-Learning Stuff news and views on e-learning, ILT and tech stuff in general… Home About James Clay New Stuff Old Stuff Mobile learning in a military context Yesterday I was in that for me was in some ways a very alien environment and in other ways a familiar environment. delivered a session on mobile learning to a group of military personnel down in Torpoint in Cornwall. With Navy, Army and Airforce the day was looking at advanced learning and how the military can draw ideas from how learning is changing from a series of presentations from a group of experts. Free coffee!!!!

You are Never Alone » Mobile phones - powerful learning aids?

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In 2008 education researchers at The University of Nottingham said they believe it is time that phone bans were reassessed — because mobile phones can be a powerful learning aid. NICTA did an awesome peice of research at Merrylands High School using iTouches. This concept is certainly not new, but an article I saw earlier this week has prompted me to revisit it. Big fail there.

Useful software for practical mobile learning | digital nomad

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digital nomad so many ideas - so little time … RSS Feed Comments Home Disclaimer Work Contact Useful software for practical mobile learning April 26, 2009 by leogaggl · 1 Comment Filed under: education , mobile Since a fair bit of my time is spent working and researching in the field of Mobile Learning and there is not a lot of recent  listings of Software useful in practical m-Learning implementations I have compiled the following list from my bookmarks and Software I commonly use for these purposes. This You can also subscribe to the changes to this list via RSS.

Handheld Reflections Day Two « e-Learning Stuff

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e-Learning Stuff news and views on e-learning, ILT and tech stuff in general… Home About James Clay New Stuff Old Stuff Handheld Reflections Day Two I do enjoy Handheld Learning and 2009 was no exception. Three days of mobile learning stuff, presentations, discussions, networking and people. Day two, Tuesday, sees a slightly different and more traditional feel to the conference. We have opening keynotes, parallel sessions and free coffee! With a 9.30 start I arrived an hour early, time to have a look around the exhibition hall and see what is new and exciting. hours ago.

Increase in mobile internet « e-Learning Stuff

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e-Learning Stuff news and views on e-learning, ILT and tech stuff in general… Home About James Clay New Stuff Old Stuff Increase in mobile internet The Guardian reports on the surge in mobile internet use: Google UK today revealed that mobile internet use was surging thanks to the Apple iPhone. The head of Google UK, Matt Brittin, said iPhone owners search online 30 times more than those who use rival smartphones. With the imminent release of the Palm Pre and the Nokia N97 I think we can expect a further increase in mobile internet use. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply.