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QR Codes and Beyond?

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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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The Future of mLearning?

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The Mobile Learning Edge Home About Contents Resources Apps & Content Assessment Associations Authoring Tools Bibliography Blogs Collaboration Conferences Consultants Content Creation Games & Sims Hardware Information Sources Learning Management Mentoring Presentation Skills Researchers Services Social Media Videoconferencing Buy the Book The Future of mLearning? WordPress Admin

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. A good rule of thumb is that “the more financially viable, the more accurate the stats”.

Mobile Learning Considerations – Native Apps or Web Apps

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Chad used this for his presentation at mLearnCon 2010. With advent of HTML5 and the emergent web standardization across smartphone devices, I feel rather optimistic about web apps as better choice over native apps in near future. I stumbled upon this presentation , shared by Chad Udel , comparing four main mobile OSes. Take a look -. So Native Apps vs Web Apps? Native Apps.

This Flash Player (Frash) Runs On iPad

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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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2010: the year we make contact?

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Welcome to 2010. I 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? Tags: Future mobile/miniaturisation uLearning 2010 interface iPod Touch iSlate tablet touch

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. These tips may seem self-evident, yet I felt it good to reiterate.

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QR Codes: Here Today, but Gone Tomorrow

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I 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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mLearning Demand Is Growing

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I 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.

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.

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

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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.”. - Related posts: The Future Of E-learning Is Mobile – mLearnCon Mobile Learning (mLearning) Applications – An Example Skill-Pill: Just-in-Time Mobile Learning. networked device. GPS enabled.

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.

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 Reality – Controlling Objects With Your Mind

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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 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

My mLearning Predictions for 2010

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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?

2010: A year in review

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This is my “brag pack&# for 2010. Future plans. Read the one for 2009. What I did. As fellow for 21st century learning at the Shuttleworth Foundation I spent the year focusing on my m4Lit , or mobiles for literacy, project. It was launched in 2009 as a pilot initiative to explore whether teens in South Africa will read stories on their mobile phones. What worked.

MOCOM's Vision for 2020

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MOCOM 2020 is a non-profit open think tank for mobile media and communication worldwide, it was jointly created and is managed by simyo and by the innovation agency Ahead of Time. WordPress Admin

October Hot List: Mobile Learning Content

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Best of Mobile Learning October 1, 2010 to October 31, 2010 Featured Sources The following are the top items from featured sources based on social signals. PLENK2010 the future of education, my vision of the future - Ignatia Webs , October 15, 2010 Sad News.Drop.io Removed Voice Recording Feature, but There Are Some Good Alternatives!

September Hot List: Mobile Learning Content

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Best of Mobile Learning September 1, 2010 to September 30, 2010 Featured Sources The following are the top items from featured sources based on social signals. Three reasons why I hesitate - Ignatia Webs , September 22, 2010 Will Mobile Apps Change Training Forever? Reusing eLearning material (OER) from other sources or not, asks UNESCO.

A List of Interesting Mobile Learning Links

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2010 Horizon Report. 25+ mLearning Tools in 60 Minutes – DevLearn 2010. The Future of Learning is Mobile. Future Mobile Learning (29 August 2011) by Judy Brown. Mobile learning is in the air, almost everyone realizes the potential, and some companies are now taking tentative first steps. Do note some of these link up to dated articles. Mobile Learning Portal.

Computers aren’t so special anymore, but the kids may be better off: An introduction to mobile ‘appliance computing’ in Queensland schools

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The results of a Telstra Neilsen survey from July 2011 revealed that Australian smartphone ownership may already be as high as 46%, a 10% jump from 2010 ([link]. Ahonen, 2010) to the point where by as long ago as 2004, 45% of 13-15 year olds owned one (Allison, 2004), it is inevitable that such devices are having an impact in Queensland. How do we know this? see p20). phone? link].

April - June Hot List: Mobile Learning Content

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Best of Mobile Learning April 1, 2010 to June 30, 2010 Featured Sources The following are the top items from featured sources based on social signals. how to get students engaged by Kevin Roberts - Ignatia Webs , April 14, 2010 What is mobile learning? moblearn , May 17, 2010 Growth Accelerates CellCast Solution Innovations - mLearning Trends , June 11, 2010 How is it used?

Where is Australia at on the mLearning to uLearning journey?

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1:1 Future mobile/miniaturisation uLearning Australia iPad iPod Touch mlearning OLPC XONearly two years ago, I closed down my Google top ten Mobile Learning blog after 3 years and over 10,000 hits. I felt that the time of calling from the roof tops that mobile learning existed was over. students. So in a world such as that, what will ubiquitous learning need to look like? Learning? link] /.

Review of the cheapest ubiquitous learning tech I’ve yet seen: Talk Time

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The mobile future

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Last week I went to another seminar, or rather a presentation about the future of the mobile web in 2010. According to Schärer and Wieser, some of the mega trends of 2010 are the more increased use of social networks on mobile phones, location-based services and augmented reality. A few interesting products (hardware and software), some of which I have never heard of, were shown. Altough mobile learning per se was not mentioned, one or two of those products certainly will have an impact on the mobile learning scene of this year. In Europe that is.

mLearning Gets Physical

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Cisco’s Tablet Cius

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More evidence that more IT majors are turning to tablet computing as the future. Good for consumers, good for the future of learning. Related posts: The Advent of Mobile Learning Technology Learning Technologies 2010 – Day 2 Recap General Considerations for Mobile Learning (mLearning). Cisco announced its Cius tablet computer yesterday.

The Mobile Learning Edge: Table of Contents

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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

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.

Another Tablet Computer – Blackberry Playbook

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The 35 Dollar Tablet Computer

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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?

Moving at the speed of Learning: a case for mLearning and the iPod touch

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It draws on Blooms Taxonomy and challenges teachers to aim higher and to engage with how mobile tools are becoming an increasingly necessary tool for all of us as we seek to prepare students for a digital future (and present). Each slide includes notes explaining what the PDF files are showing. The slides basically fall into these three sections: A. PART 2. PART 3.

So what are these super popular tablet computers capable of anyway?

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I am really hoping that in near future the developers will add a video-out capability so the work could be projected to a big screen to show the brainstorm taking place live – that way the whole class could contribute. The iPad is selling over 1 million devices a month, and it seems that conversely, about a million different Android tablets get announced each week. What can they do?

Mobile learning - The Future of Education

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Join The Future of Education RSS Welcome to The Future of Education Sign Up or Sign In About Steve Hargadon created this Ning Network. July 26-30, 2010 | August 2-6, 2010. 13 hours ago RSS © 2010 Created by Steve Hargadon on Ning. Tags: Share Twitter Facebook Comment You need to be a member of The Future of Education to add comments! Create a Ning Network!

Get some perspective… (a primer piece re: lofty ideals vs on the ground realities in regards to educational technology deployments)

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I’ll have more to say about this stage of the process in a future post… Posted via email from Jonathan Nalder’s posterous. I just found out that I’m one of about 20,000 people in Australia working in the area of information and communication technology in education ( [link] ). That’s a lot of us. My first reaction was, why aren’t we having a bigger impact? So, should we aim high?

The Future of Mobile Learning? « Online Blogucation

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Online Blogucation Subscribe via RSS Home About 28 Jul/10 1 The Future of Mobile Learning? If you’ve had any exposure to media about distance education or online learning lately, then you’re probably aware that just about everyone is talking about mobile learning. Okay, well maybe not in the Kyzylart Pass of Tajikistan, but everywhere else.) First, the obvious: the iPhone and iPad. Simple!

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

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IDOS Blog IDT Roundtable Search Instructional Design for Mediated Education Blog Entry Location-Based Learning by Eruditio Loginquitas One comment 07 January 2010 In higher education, the uses of location-based learning seem to be limited to particular projects. Privacy concerns (which arise with wireless connectivity) for users are fairly low but may change in the future. One reads of digital installations as parts of student social spaces and libraries. Personally, I am hoping that this year will involve some spatialized augmented-reality projects. Wiki Mania!

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

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of Informatics, Univeristy of California, Irvine Keynote: Dr. Mimi Ito, 16 June 2010 Dr. Ito began with photos of what Japanese teenagers carry in their purses or backpacks. Good to look at Japanese youth to monitor future trends as they’re about 10 years ahead of US youth. My fingers didn’t always keep up with the speakers or facilitators. Thanks! Social viewing. Joi Ito.