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MIT Launches a new Center for Mobile Learning

Mobile Learning Edge

MIT has launched a new Center for Mobile Learning that “will focus on the design and study of new mobile technologies and applications, enabling people to learn anywhere anytime with anyone. Research projects will explore location-aware learning applications, mobile sensing and data collection, augmented reality gaming, and other educational uses of mobile technologies. &#. The project is housed in MIT’s famous Media Lab, and is funded with seed money from Google. This is the kind of initiative that can really help drive research and growth in the field of mobile learning.

Recent Mobile Learning Innovations

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Mobile Learning Innovations is the first of a planned monthly series of posts on new and interesting developments in mobile computing and learning. Here is what I uncovered recently: 1) Protect [.]. Innovations crowdsourcing environments iBallz iPad mobile learning

Doomadgee pre-prep kids catching fish XO-style, & learning to use a trackpad at same time #olpc #eqelearn #mlearn

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Posted via email from Jonathan Nalder’s posterous. uLearning

Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility has unforeseen implications

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Chances are by now you’ve heard Monday’s announcement from Google that it expects to acquire Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, pending approval from federal antitrust regulators. Google said in its Aug. [.]. Mobile Technology Android Google mobile Motorola Mobility patents smartphone

New to Mobile Learning Development: 3 Big Problems and 7 Solutions

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XO teachers rejoice- u can now project an XO screen via VGA-out adapter in latest XO-AU version #olpc #mlearn #eqelearn

uLearning Blog

See the full gallery on Posterous. Posted via email from Jonathan Nalder’s posterous. uLearning

Scratch marks become daystars in sky over north Qld on way to Doomadgee #eqelearn

uLearning Blog

Posted via email from Jonathan Nalder’s posterous. uLearning

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