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Mobile wireless eReader a sign of the ubiquitous future to come

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Having said that, as en educator and former libary worker, I can see several direct eduational applications, especially with the just announced Kindle 2 having the ability to read out its content. This is the future of mobile, wireless devices and why they are leading towards a true ubiquitous, everware future. Even small mobile devices now have the ability to connect wirelessly to all the information etc they need to be fully functioning. Tags: eReader Kindle wireless communications mobile eBook Amazon mobile/miniaturisation cloud computing wireless

Mobile Learning Conferences

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June 20-24, 2011 IEEE International Symposium on World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks (WoWMoM), 12 th , Lucca, Italy. June 22-24, 2011 Mobilware2011 : International Conference on MOBILe Wireless MiddleWARE, Operating Systems and Applications, 4 th , London, the United Kingdom. July 18-21, 2011 International Conference on Wireless Information Networks and Systems , Seville, Spain. July 20-22, 2011 International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS) International Conference on Wireless Applications and Computing , Rome, Italy.

Latest issue of the International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies available

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Here is the Table of Contents: Mobile Tourist Guide – An Intelligent Wireless System to Improve Tourism, using Semantic Web. Developing Mobile Collaborative Learning Applications for Mobile Users. The International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) (Volume 5, Issue 4, 2011) has just published its latest issue. Most of the articles are on mobile learning. Kwang B Lee).

Mobile wireless eReader a sign of the ubiquitous future to come

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Having said that, as en educator and former libary worker, I can see several direct eduational applications, especially with the just announced Kindle 2 having the ability to read out its content. This is the future of mobile, wireless devices and why they are leading towards a true ubiquitous, everware future. Even small mobile devices now have the ability to connect wirelessly to all the information etc they need to be fully functioning. (Guest post by Jonathan Nalder) I’m not a fan of Amazon’s Kindle eBook Reader. Read a detailed overview via Appleinsider. learing+2.0

BLOG.MAGWEBBER.COM: Week 12 - Mobile, Wireless and Ubiquitous Learning

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Indiana University R685 - WebberBlog Main Navigation BLOG.MAGWEBBER.COM: Week 12 - Mobile, Wireless and Ubiquitous Learning Week 12 - Mobile, Wireless and Ubiquitous Learning This week we had a great synchronous session hosted by Dr Bonk with John Traxlar presenting from the UK and students engaging from all over the US, which was also taped for viewing asynchronously at a later time. 

Duke Digital Initiative into its fourth wireless year | EDC Blog

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Home About RSS Log in Duke Digital Initiative into its fourth wireless year Posted on January 30, 2009 by Hamish Filed Under Uncategorized As promised, I’d like to bring to your attention a few items regarding mobile learning (mLearning) and the way it’s being used in educational spheres. They provide students with the tools and means to use wireless mobile devices (WMDs) to gain greater access to course materials put out by instructors, and in various formats specific to different applications. Duke University was the one that set the trend in motion.

Mobiles, Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing Merge — MobileBeyond

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As mobile smart phone applications, mobile data, the wireless Internet and smartphones morphed into location aware systems, the need for augmented reality disappeared. After all, people across the globe equally shared mobile assistance systems (MAS), wireless devices worn around the neck or embedded into clothing or the human brain, neural nets connected to the Cloud.

Global Mobile Awards

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This category was created “to highlight the rapidly increasing convergence of the mobile and education sectors, and to highlight some of the key areas of genuine innovation in learning initiatives, products, services or applications throughout the world today.” An important part of this conference is the 17th annual Global Mobile Awards. The device also has phone functionality.

Mobile Learning in Canada: an Update

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The Mobile Experience Innovation Centre is a not-for-profit association that supports design leadership, experience innovation and applied research in Canada’s mobile and wireless industries. The mission of CMER is to engage in leading edge applied research to develop state-of-the-art applications and services to facilitate and enhance mobile education and learning, and to provide leadership in integrating mobile devices into the computer science curriculum. The research carried out in CMER has real and immediate applications in mobile education and learning. Dr. K.

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How to choose a #mobile device for #mLearning purposes

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It is also handy for health check-ups, they use bluetooth for instance for wireless interaction between a blood pressure meter and the software to analyse diabetes. Look here for those interested in the applications of gyro-sensors. Applications - can you add software that is build for your mobile phone, to your mobile phone? Or is it of interest to you?

Enterprise Mobile Learning 2011 - Year in Review

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This one was spot-on and even I was amazed how quickly the omnipresent BlackBerry wireless handset, the standard issue weapon of choice for mobile enterprise workers, started to lose its’ place inside every corporate pocket and purse. a.k.a. How On Target Were My 2011 Predictions? Prediction #1 - mLearning Engagements Expand. examples the industry has waited for over the past many years.

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Mobile Learning in Canada

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The mission of CMER is to engage in leading edge applied research to develop state-of-the-art applications and services to facilitate and enhance mobile education and learning, and to provide leadership in integrating mobile devices into the computer science curriculum. The research carried out in CMER has real and immediate applications in mobile education and learning. Consultants.

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Enterprise mLearning Predictions for 2011

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speculate RIM’s first generation PlayBook tablet will also ship to mixed fanfare with enterprise learning customers due to the lack of available applications supporting off-grid learning. After almost 18 months, RIM’s AppWorld site has only grown to around 15K “apps” for BlackBerry wireless handhelds and none of these current apps work on the upcoming PlayBook tablet meaning a whole new series of apps must be written – the classic “chicken & egg” problem. mLearning Engagements Expand. If 2010 was the year of the pilot, then 2011 will be the year of the deployment.

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Best Practice Guidelines for Mobile Web Applications | Mobile Learning

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… it starts here Moblogging with Location Tagging » Actions Information Date : 19 July 2006 Categories : Applications , Mobile Phone , PDA , Recall , Technical Create a free edublog to get your own comment avatar (and more!) technorati tags: guidelines , mlearning , m-learning , mobilelearning , mobileapps , wap , w3c , education , standards Blogged with Flock « M-Learning 2.0… Using Twitter in the classroom The iPad and its impact on m-learning. Ubiquette. learning device for $60. This Edu-Netbook *might* be the best yet.

Rethinking Healthcare Conversations with Text Messaging

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Almost every person in the United States has a mobile phone, with text messaging the most commonly used application on such devices, according to statistics from the Pew Internet Research Project  and CTIA , a wireless industry trade gro. Healthcare organizations have many reasons to make meaningful connections with people in the populations they serve. Why reaching patients is vital.

Why Text Messaging is the Optimal Tool for Patient Engagement: Reach

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As of April 2014, wireless penetration was 104%. Text messaging is the most commonly used application on mobile phones. A wide reach is necessary for any patient engagement strategy for the simple reason that patients come from varied demographics, lifestyles, and communication preferences. Almost every person in the United States owns a mobile phone. In 2013, over 1.9

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What to take into account when chosing a mobile device for learning?

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It is also handy for health check-ups, they use bluetooth for instance for wireless interaction between a blood pressure meter and the software to analyse diabetes. Applications - can you add software that is build for your mobile phone, to your mobile phone? Both iPhone, Windows Mobile and Android offer 'application market place', and for the android many of them are for free.

mLearning Tech A’plenty Released at CES 2011

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The real question is whether the application ecosystems that surround each of these new devices can overcome the market lead Apple’s current (and future) generation iPads already enjoy. All four of the major US wireless carriers ( ATT , Verizon Wireless , T-Mobile and Sprint ) plus several others announced support for next-gen device communications resulting in faster access speeds. This year’s event is as big as ever with 100K+ attendees roaming through 2,700 vendor booths across multiple sites. Better Devices. Way Faster Networks.

5 steps to improve my #mobile #diabetic life

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the wireless scale in combination with iPad/iPhone ). When the CGM sends encrypted information to a smartphone as mentioned above, additional health applications can be build. Add to this a training application to inform diabetic newbies: YouTube movies, cause and effect information, food advice, workout advice (e.g. Since March 2011 I am a diabetic type 1.

mLearning-World.com: 480 x 320 is the new 1024 x 768 (From Clark Quinns Learnlets Blog)

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skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Wednesday, April 30, 2008 480 x 320 is the new 1024 x 768 (From Clark Quinns Learnlets Blog) Clark Quinn has an interesting thought I would like to challenge: How do we achieve a balanced solution for mobile content and applications? The new 800 x 600? 160 x 160 is the new 640 x 480, etc.

2010: mLearning Year in Review

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In the smartphone realm, mobile web-delivered content will prove to be a less compelling mlearning experience as compared to mobile application-delivered. Augmented reality applications for mobile learning will begin to appear but because solution development is expensive, technically challenging, and device dependent, AR will capture more headlines than actual budgets. A.K.A.

Moodle on a Nokia 770 | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Moodle on a Nokia 770 5 09 2006 Nokia produce a Debian Linux-powered, portable, wireless internet browser, the Nokia 770. Here’s a picture of it running Moodle.org’s login screen, from Martin Langhoff at the Moodle discussion board (at right). Leave a comment September 2006 M T W T F S S « Aug Oct » 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 29 30 Recent Posts “A kitten learns to fish using the iPad.&#

Mobile Learning in India

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According to TRAI, there are 286 million wireless subscribers in India, June 2008, of which 76 million were capable of accessing data services. Having a browser on the phone opens up all the learning resources available on the web, including Google, LMS applications, typical eLearning courseware and other tools/applications. Viewed simply; phones are capable of : 1.

Total Control! Mwahaha… | Mobile Learning

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Mwahaha… 18 09 2006 I don’t usually blog commercial mobile applications, but this one stands out from the usual offerings. Clicker is a neat application for most mobile platforms – PDAs, mobile phones and converged devices – that allow you to control many applications on your desktop PC using the wireless capabilities of your mobile device. As it works with both Bluetooth and Wireless LAN, it has the potential to be used on the widest range of mobile wireless devices. Ubiquette. learning device for $60.

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. Mobile Pair Share encourages wireless collaboration through storytelling. At  St.

Going Mobile: Debating and Using Cellphones in School - The Learning Network Blog - NYTimes.com

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In this lesson, students learn about innovative uses of cellphone technology and applications in the developing world, then explore how their phones can be used as learning tools. Alternatively, students work in groups and develop ideas for a mobile phone application that can be used for education or for the betterment of society in general. Politics Education Bay Area Chicago N.Y.

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

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And I should have known better since Higher Education has been a very early adopter of wireless networking and our customers are constantly interested in the latest technology. I had less than an hour to walk the expo floor, but during that time I had multiple discussions that proved just how mobile education already is. What I should have said instead though is “Learning is Mobile”.

ScienceDirect - Computers & Education : Using mobile learning to increase environmental awareness

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Motiwalla Abstract Wireless data communications in form of Short Message Service (SMS) and Wireless Access Protocols (WAP) browsers have gained global popularity, yet, not much has been done to extend the usage of these devices in electronic learning (e-learning). This project explores the extension of e-learning into wireless/handheld (W/H) computing devices with the help of a mobile learning (m-learning) framework. This framework provides the requirements to develop m-learning applications that can be used to complement classroom or distance learning. Method 4.1.

Instructional Design for Mediated Education | Blog | Location-Based Learning

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She defined location-based learning as “a type of knowledge transfer based on location-based intelligence enabled by wirelessly networked interfaces and sensors adapting to the presence of the user at a specific location.” “A Very Healthy Market” Mobile learning (m-learning) taps into the mobile web, which is enabled by wireless connectivity, a variety of mobile devices (handhelds, laptops, smart phones, wearable computing devices, and head-mounted devices, among others), GPS-(global positioning system) enablements, and a variety of software applications. Wiki Mania!

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Mobile phone translates English to Japanese | Mobile Learning

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Mediaseek just announced a mobile phone application called “Camera Dictionary&# (Kamera Jiten), which uses a cellphone’s built-in camera to scan and translate words into Japanese. 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 Ubiquette.

M-Learning With Adobe Captivate and Flash Lite 2 | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact M-Learning With Adobe Captivate and Flash Lite 2 21 08 2006 M-learning is starting to really take off, with more and more attention from developers, platform and application providers, and the mainstream press. Flash Lite 2 is a version of Adobe Flash for delivering animated and interactive applications to mobile devices. tutorial and some useful advice on development and deployment is provided. Ubiquette. learning device for $60.

Moblogging with Location Tagging | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Moblogging with Location Tagging 20 07 2006 An interesting innovation – only available in the USA on selected Nokia handsets at the moment, but with potential educational applications if it’s made more widely available. Zonetag , a research product being dveloped by Yahoo, allows the user to upload photos to their Flickr account with automatic location-specific tagging, based on their current cellphone tower. Ubiquette. learning device for $60.

CellCast Takes Top Honors at DemoFest 2010

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The awards were given in support of our entry titled " mLearning: Learning on the Go " in the Sales Training category that OnPoint jointly submitted for consideration with CellCast customer Verizon Wireless. Our winning entry in the Sales Training category also was recognized as "Best in Show - Vendor" for the entire event.

“Scan” Learning Content to PDF | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact “Scan&# Learning Content to PDF 15 06 2006 A new, innovative web application called ScanR turns your mobile phone into a mobile scanner. Both of these applications are ideally suited to electronically saving learning content for distribution to students; or for students to record their own learning content for their own reference. I’ve tried it out and can attest that the results are very satisfactory. Ubiquette. learning device for $60.

RSS Tools at XFruits | Mobile Learning

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application that allows users to manipulate RSS feeds in a number of very useful ways. technorati tags: mlearning , m-learning , mobile-learning , mobilelearning , mobile , learning , clcommunity , talo , rss , xfruits « Podcasting Activities The DataMatrix Strikes Back » Actions Comments rss Trackback Information Date : 12 September 2006 Categories : Applications , Products , Web 2.0 XFruits allows users to aggregate a number of feeds into a single RSS feed; convert an RSS feed to an XHTML 1.0 Both are accessible on a new page, [link]. Ubiquette.

Portable Apps: your PC in a USB key | Mobile Learning

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These applications are stored, and can be executed, on an ordinary USB key, allowing a user to take not only their data, but a fully configured application environment, around with them in their pocket, to use on any current PC. Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Portable Apps: your PC in a USB key 5 07 2006 The latest edition of Australian PC User magazine, released today, has a feature on Portable Apps, as well as full versions of various PAs on its cover DVD. « Mobile Learning 2.0?

spread the word: Telemedicine/eHealth Training Workshop at the Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp - Belgium

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Fixed and wireless telecommunication networks Tele-education, distance learning: tools, courses Still-images versus on-line tools; low cost videoconferencing systems for medical application Developing a framework for evaluation Funding opportunities and partnerships (e.g., The workshop has a strong and good outcome, so feel free to send a request if you are interested.

2D Barcodes get data from Print to Mobile | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact 2D Barcodes get data from Print to Mobile 20 06 2006 I’ve become interested in the possibilities of 2D Barcodes – in particular, “QR Codes &# – and their potential application to mobile learning. If there are any interested educators that would like to try creating and decoding QR Codes, I’ve located a couple of free, Java-based applications on this site (Look for the QR Code demos). « What will you do with your PDA?

2010 Forecasts

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Due to more powerful mobile data networks, ubiquitous access to wireless, mobile tools that work across platforms and more smart phones and devices that are Flash ready, many types of learning can be set free from the personal computer. Today's mobile devices are used to access a huge variety of applications and content types. but "how?". Expect mobile learning to increase.

The New York Times Features Text Messaging in “New Tools for Disaster Aid”

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Government officials have been working with wireless carriers to build the alert system, which contacts anyone within an affected geographic area whose mobile devices can get text messages. The New York Times also describes how city officials have favored text messaging over the use of smart phone applications. When Hurricane Sandy arrived two weeks ago, city officials turned to text messaging as a means to deliver crucial information in a time of emergency. In an article entitled “New Tools for Disaster Aid,”  The New York Times  writes. Read the full article here.