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Infographics for Social Media

Mobile Learning Edge

Five social networking and social media infographics that have application to mobile learning: both within an organization and between a company and it’s clients from CreativeFan’s list of 60 great infographics for social media. Even more interesting is that 76 percent of executives check these social sites at least once per day. Mark Horton, Socialcast ).

Why You Should Be Using The Power of Social Technology

Float Mobile Learning

It’s time to make your social presence known in the enterprise. Industry News CHAMPIONS communication social learning social media social networkIf everyone is talking about it, it has to be the real deal.

Press Release: CHAMPIONS – A Framework for Improving Worker Performance Through Emerging Technology

Float Mobile Learning

The framework helps organizations increase productivity by blending technological innovation with human performance. Press CHAMPIONS context innovations mobile affordances personal use social

#LScon Merging social media, #mobile and #MOOC learning options

Ignatia Webs

During the Learning Solutions conference 2014 I thought it would be fun to try and map out which learning affordances and decisions might be related to different learning technologies. Hopefully providing some direction for creating a multi-technology training environment. Merging social media, mobile learning, MOOC options from Inge Ignatia de Waard. conference instructional design learning solutions mLearning mobile mobile learning mooc presentation social media dashing off to join my fellow eLearners in the conference.

Content from the Social #Mobile #Networking for #Informal learning roundtable #somobnet

Ignatia Webs

A quick recap of some of the SoMobNet International Roundtable on "Social Mobile Networking for Informal Learning" that ran on 21 November 2011 in London: [link] Guy Merchant's keynote: [link] From which I quote some key ideas here: What happens when mobiles are founds in formal educational contexts? What should we be teaching about mobile social networking? They get banned!

Two Examples of how Brands are still not Joining the Social Media Conversation

mLearning Revolution

A couple of years ago, whenever someone did a presentation on Social Media, most likely the last slide in the presentation would read ‘Join the Conversation.”. I did a few and I had a slide like that at the end, encouraging people to join Twitter for example in order to learn what customers were saying about their Brand or documentation or eLearning courses. Not all of them as I have found.

Social, mobile and hackathons…converging or diverging ideation?

Mobile Learning Edge

Tips for Social Networking. How the world’s foremost management experts are reinventing management using social software. What do finalists for the Harvard Business Review/McKinsey M-prize for Management Innovation and the Management Innovation eXchange have to do with enterprise social networking ? The Hackathon supports collective work over individual contribution, bringing management experts from far-flung locations together in a social community. Happy curating! The MIX started as a brainchild of Gary Hamel, visiting professor at the London Business School.

Coming Up! Social Media for Nonprofits in San Francisco

Mobile Commons

As a proud partner of Social Media for Nonprofits (SM4NP) , we’re looking forward to sponsoring our third conference in San Francisco on November 16, 2015. Social Media for Nonprofits provides nonprofit organizations with training to help them leverage technology for cause awareness, engagement with stakeholders, fundraising, and advocacy. What We Learned at SM4NP in D.C.

Triple E Framework: Integrating technology to meet learning goals

Cell Phones in Learning

As a teacher educator, I spent the past decade struggling to help my pre-service and in-service teachers understand the difference between randomly using flashy technology in lessons and integrating technology with a purpose towards enhancing the learning goals. We talk about the philosophical model of what how we should be thinking about integrating technology in the classroom ( TPCK ), yet it is purely a theoretical framework without a clinical core. Both of these models focus more on “how” the technology is being used to modify or change the traditional teaching.

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unesco: opportunities, threats & challenges of #mLearning #mlw2013

Ignatia Webs

Title of her presentation is: Aligning migration with mobility: female immigrants using smart technologies for informal learning show the way What follows are my live blogging notes, based on the slides shared by Agnes. review of language and communications curricula - taking account of opportunities for mobile-supported, situated, social learning.

New issue of the International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM)

Mobile Learning Edge

A new issue of the International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM), Volume 6, Issue 1 (2012), is available. Here is the Table of Contents: International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM), Volume 6, Issue 1 (2012). Exploring Accessibility Scenarios for 2020 in Relation with Future ICT Trends on Assistive Technology and Accessibility. Canessa, M.

Free mobile learning papers from mLearn2016 conference in Sydney #mLearning #mobile

Ignatia Webs

Future mobile learning research needs to look beyond technological intervention per se. Instead, it must consider a more ecological approach, in which the conditions under which mobile technology contributes to learning are closely examined. The preconditions for sustainability in mobile learning may be broadly categorized as: Economic (financial considerations) Political (leadership, equity and policy) Social (community engagement) Technical (infrastructure, security, devices, applications) and Pedagogical (teaching and learning). Yue, Lisa Y. Law, Hiu Ling Chan, Jade B.

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Future trends in #mobile technology what can we expect in the next 5, 10, 15 years #unesco_mlw

Ignatia Webs

Good talk, but a bit technology utopian. In the next 15 years, we will no longer have mobile phones, innovations evolve towards embedded technologies. He says that although technology is changing at an incredible pace, schools are tredding behind. So he is involved in creating mobile technology to be used in 2020 (thought: what is the audience he has in mind?).

Mobile Commons Enjoys Its Role at the Social Media for Nonprofits Conference

Mobile Commons

This past June, Mobile Commons was a proud sponsor of the Social Media for Nonprofits Conference that took place in Washington, D.C. Both established and up-and-coming nonprofits attended the conference in order to learn more about mobile technology and text messaging, as well as to engage with other topics and people in the industry. Building Bigger, Better Text Message Campaigns.”

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Why You Should Be Using The Power of Social Technology

Float Mobile Learning

It’s time to make your social presence known in the enterprise. Industry News CHAMPIONS communication social learning social media social networkIf everyone is talking about it, it has to be the real deal.

Blogphilosophy: #education needs to shift, creating meaningful #identities

Ignatia Webs

Future and current education should provide a valued identity – person-centered, social-centered. The jobs shift to other parts of the world, there is more automation and new technologies that trim down job needs (e.g. Not only that, society will even look at you as an economic and social loss, someone that can be scorned for his/her unwilling responsibility towards society.

The Olympic Evolution of Mobile

Float Mobile Learning

Featured Newsletter Tappestry ASTD certificate ASTD Essentials of Mobile Learning eLearning Technology Showcase Employee Benefits Symposium Float Mobile Learning Symposium 2012 informal learning Kindle Learning Everywhere mhealth-tag social learningFloat looks at mobile statistics in London compared to the Beijing games four years ago. You won't believe how much the landscape has changed.

Does #mobile learning really make a difference in this world?

Ignatia Webs

how to actually negotiate the barrier of technology to an 'illiterate' health worker? The best way to negotiate the barrier is by using what they use, or trying to reimagine new technology with how they use old or known technology. with rapidly changing technology. As fast as technology ? Is technology gender sensitive ? what is happening to pedagogy?

Vote for Mobile Commons as Most Innovative Technology

Mobile Commons

We’re very excited that we’ve been nominated for an “Innovative Technology” award by Capital Business and the Northern Virginia Technology Council. Other categories include Social, Government, and Security.) Starting today, March 3 rd , and continuing until March 7 th , people can vote for Mobile Commons to progress to the next round of judging.

matthewbuckland.com » The future of social networking – a concept investigation

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The future of social networking – a concept investigation Posted by matt on October 01, 2009 If youre new here, you may want to subscribe to my blog and get updates either via email or via RSS. It’s an investigation into how social networking may work in the future, focusing on mobile and augmented reality (AR). But you can see how valuable (and scary) this could be when applied to a social networking paradigm. You’d instantly have information returned about that person within seconds, gleaned from an automatic web, public profile and social network search.

Call for #MOOC experiences and research #eMOOCs2015

Ignatia Webs

key=18800640.nAH0aIzfppFdI6fE Guidelines for submissions can be found here: [link] And layout instructions can be downloaded here: [link] Range of relevant topics: social learning, networked learning, MOOC experiences in business, higher education, k12, non-profits, developing countries. Where technology meets culture…” has been one of Mons 2015’s main investments. link].

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

Ignatia Webs

This is the first day of Alt-C2013 which takes place in Nottingham this year. I am glad to be part of the preparation group of the panel discussing Technology Enhanced Learning in times of crisis. The learning and teaching processes of today are impacted by the use of social media, new mobile technologies and pedagogical formats. For a full time schedule, look here. 87-88).

Launch of the Really Useful #EdTechBook #elearning enthusiasts

Ignatia Webs

This book has took only 6 months to gather 16 educational technologists, and all-round eLearning practitioners (both in online education, mobile learning, and any sub-section in technology enhanced learning). Technology has invaded our working and recreational lives to an extent that few envisaged 20 or 30 years ago. So what is the book about? Price Paperback: $29.99 / £19.99 / €24.99

Blogphilosophy: #socialmedia #participation is reproducing powers that be

Ignatia Webs

Social media allows everyone with an internet connection (and who is not behind censored internet walls) to like or dislike any topic or content open to voting. When social media got on to societies stage I was thrilled. belief – every time – that this or that new technology will save us and give birth to a world where all creatures great and small will live in harmony. Adams.

Limitless learning plenary #OEB16 on owning learning

Ignatia Webs

Neil Postman on 5 things we need to know about technological change. Using learning technologies is our best bet to be able to do this. So we need to use the technology to scaffold/cascade those who do need education and cut off. With technology we can enhance the advocacy of both. What is the social structure as we live in an increasingly connected society?

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Mark Chrisman on How Swedish Medical Center is Using Mobile

Float Mobile Learning

I recently sat down to talk tech with Mark Chrisman, senior learning technology consultant of Swedish Medical Center. mHealth collaboration Mark Chrisman mhealth mobile learning social media Swedish Medical Center user-generated contentThe open space in which we sat was full of activity and [.].

Changing the #twitterheart to X via simple coding

Ignatia Webs

coding social interaction social media technology tools twitterWhen twitter first changed the star into heart, I could not be bothered. Although I must admit I did follow some of the discussions (one from Kate Bowles here ). Software is always biased and represents the cultural and philosophical background of the developer/s (nice overview paper from Friedman and Nissenbaum, 1996 , but also a lot articles, latest one from Gizmodo on job application software ). This is also true for the symbols socmed companies use, in this case the #twitterheart. oh Yes.

#ic_moveme Agnes Kukulska-Hulme mobile learning applications for newcomers in a city @agneskh

Ignatia Webs

It is a newcomer is a universal experience: new job, new region, new social group… we all have these experienes to draw on when we meet a newcomer. We move from this broad perspective to the more narrow options of technology. But you also look up similar groups, so it is in some respect also a social experience. We live in an increasingly mobile workld. Online free manual.

European report on 'The Impact of Social Computing on the EU Information Society and Economy' also mobile social media

Ignatia Webs

The European Commission JRC (Joint Research Center), Institute for Prospective Technological Studies released last week at the EU Ministerial Conference on e-Government a comprehensive report on social and economic implications of Social Computing [aka Web2.0, social media]. The Impact of Social Computing on the EU Information Society and Economy' (Eds.) Valverde.

#DigiWriMo on curation and MOOCs loosing individuality

Ignatia Webs

And when you look at online learning now, with the emergence of MOOCs, social media… you can see how information is curated and/or marketed to some extend to make it easier for people to find ‘the best’ (whether that best is paid for or not by algorithm pushing companies). blogphilosophy digiwrimo eLearning mooc online learning technologyWhere does that leave us as individuals?

How to choose a #mobile device for #mLearning purposes

Ignatia Webs

It also depends on what you want to do with it and how easy you can get used to technology. The iPhone is above all an incredibly easy phone to use (very intuitive in its user interface), so for those not that comfortable with technology, the iPhone is the way to go (although it is expensive). Social media widgets: does the device offer easy to install social media widgets (e.g.

New #gender & #mlearning news mobiles to end violence

Ignatia Webs

In the aftermath of each of these, mobile technology solutions and internet-based advocacy campaigns surged. It’s almost like clockwork: violence happens, a technology response follows. gender ICT4D mLearning mobile mobile learning social change The Gender and Mobile Learning Newsletter is a great read and is now available. And 2013 has seen an explosion of new efforts.

Use Smartphones in class, say school principals

moblearn

The National Association of Secondary School Principals have been trying to make sense of the whirlwind that is Social and Mobile Technologies. They actively encourage schools to accept smartphones, and social networking as part their educational provision, and offer a range of guidelines and advice to different levels of practitioner. In the report, they deal head on with the challenges: The rapid growth in the use of social media and mobile devices has created both a crisis and an opportunity for school leaders. Very impressive!

Advancing Literacy through Mobile Technologies: Empowering Women and Girls – Phase II: From Insight to Action

Steve Vosloo

At the recent mEducation Alliance Symposium in Washington, D.C., I presented, on behalf of my colleague, Diane Boulay, Advancing Literacy through Mobile Technologies: Empowering Women and Girls – Phase II: From Insight to Action. For this project we are looking for partners for funding, technology support, content provision, and more. The abstract is as follows: Mobile technologies carry the power and potential to accelerate and scale-up literacy education efforts and to counteract the effects of social isolation and exclusion, especially in post-conflict/post-disaster settings.

Top 50 Mobile Learning Resources

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Using Mobile Technology to Enhance Students’ Educational Experiences. Mobile technologies and Learning. Mobile Learning Technologies and the Move towards ‘User-Led Education’. The ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2009. In putting this list together, I used Tony Karrer’s eLearning Learning site extensively to match links that are also popular based on social signals. Tags: Learning Technology Mobile Learning Design Mobile Technology Apple Education. Marc Prensky Blog. Learning Org. Will at Work Learning. Kapp Notes.

Remembering the Social Contexts of Learning

The Mobile Learner

I’m struggling with a few thoughts at the moment… I continue to read, and be inspired by, blog posts, statements, tweets, etc from educators about the need to integrate technology into daily teaching and learning. continue to see, and am inspired by, evidence of educators successfully integrating technology in their classrooms and the benefits to their students.

A recorded conversation with Michael Wesch @mwesch #teaching

Ignatia Webs

After two years of studying the implications of writing on a remote indigenous culture in the rain forest of Papua New Guinea, he has turned his attention to the effects of social media and digital technology on global society. education eLearning social interactionWhy I found this video interesting? like that idea, it is very human.

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Exploring Educational Technology

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Exploring Educational Technology Front Page About Multimedia Photos Files 2009 MLearning Projects Overview June 19, 2009 · Leave a Comment The projects are guided and supported by weekly “technology sessions” (Communities of Practice, or COP) facilitated by a ‘technology steward’ (Wenger et al., technologies for integration within each course.

The Future Of Mobile Learning

Upside Learning

We’d like to share what we presented because it encapsulates technologies that will impact/affect the future of mobile learning and learning in general, readers of this blog will probably find it of special interest. Our presentation identified four key technology areas that will impact learning in the future: Big data, huge quantities of user generated content and sophisticated curation.

A fantastic pedagogical issue of IRRODL free #research #eLearning #pedagogy

Ignatia Webs

Kissaka HTML PDF MP3 EPUB Dyads Versus Groups: Using Different Social Structures in Peer Review to Enhance Online Collaborative Learning Processes Francesca Pozzi, Andrea Ceregini, Lucia Ferlino, Donatella Persico HTML PDF MP3 EPUB Learners’ Interpersonal Beliefs and Generated Feedback in an Online Role-Playing Peer- Feedback Activity: An Exploratory Study Yu-Hui Ching, Yu-Chang Hsu HTML PDF MP3 EPUB Should Instructors Require Discussion in Online Courses? collaborative learning education eLearning k12 mooc multimedia online education online learning pedagogy research social learning