Shark Net Leverages Location Data to Make Connections

Float Mobile Learning

Shark Net is a mobile learning app that utilizes location data for safety and making connections between people and white sharks. iOS Pedagogy and Learning geolocation location data location research location services Shark Net

Location-Based Mobile Learning On The Way

Float Mobile Learning

Three-quarters of smartphone owners get real-time location-based information, says a new report from Pew. Location-based mobile learning apps like Float''s Wayfiler help you get what you need. Industry News Mobile Apps Uncategorized geolocation location research Pew Wayfiler

Mobile Learning for Single Location Enterprise

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Recently I met a well-known retailer, with physical presence in just one location. They have a decent training setup including sales and training academies, and they do induction and other compliance training. However, they’ve not ventured into elearning yet. But, they do wish to get started with mobile learning now. Does that sound odd? Actually […]. Mobile Learning Mobile Learning In Workplace

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Tropical hideaway holiday location…

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Using Location-Based Services to Fill Our Brains, Not Just Our Bellies

Float Mobile Learning

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Location Moblogging.Resources? I've exhausted my search.

Cell Phones in Learning

I got the idea to start researching "loco mobloging" or location mobile blogging, where you can use your cell phone to immediately pinpoint your location on a map and post to the internet. I think location moblogging could be a very useful resource for social studies teachers who are doing local history projects or science teachers studying geographical distances and features. In other words I think there could be many applications for location moblogging in education.

Location Blogging for Free without Software!

Cell Phones in Learning

application that couples with cell phones for location blogging. For example if you wanted to ask students to document local historical landmarks in their everyday experiences to the map above, they can take a picture with their cell phones of the historical artifact and immediately send it ( m02pe @flagr.com) to the class Flagr map, along with a text message of the location and any other information to describe the item. Finally!

Location Blogging for Free without Software!

Cell Phones in Learning

application that couples with cell phones for location blogging. For example if you wanted to ask students to document local historical landmarks in their everyday experiences to the map above, they can take a picture with their cell phones of the historical artifact and immediately send it ( m02pe @flagr.com) to the class Flagr map, along with a text message of the location and any other information to describe the item. Finally!

Location is the next big thing, how will m-learning take advantage?

mLearning is Good

I keep reading and hearing more and more about how location and location based services will be the the next big wave in mobility. Many devices already come equipped with GPS antennas and others are able to approximate the user’s current location through triangulation (measuring distance by calculating signal strength from multiple cell towers or WiFi hot spots). Let’s focus on how we can use location in our training and education.

Cell Phones in Education Part 4: Learning on Location

The Mobile Learner

When I reflect on what is traditionally thought of as a field trip in a typical K-12 school setting, what often comes to mind is a visit to a location that may have some direct or indirect connection to the unit of study being taught. GPS locators found in many of today’s mobile phones allow students to explore their surroundings while also applying mapping skills.

Flickr for Location-based Learning | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Flickr for Location-based Learning 29 09 2006 The recent addition of geotagging (the ability to add geographic location data to each photo you upload) in Flickr may enable Flickr to be used for situated, location-based, socially connected mobile learning approaches.

Futurelab’s location-based learning projects

mLearning Blog

Both of these projects can demonstrate that location-based learning might become a huge hit within the mobile learning community in the near future. While commuting, I watched a podcast by Dr. Leila Walker, who is a senior researcher at Futurelab. A few very interesting projects were shown, including “Create-A-Scape&# , a free program, which enables anyone to create an interactive map for GPS devices for free.

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. One reads of examples of location-based learning in architectural classes where students may experience what a neighborhood may have looked like decades ago.

Geolocation App Wayfiler To Change How To Browse Files and Websites

Float Mobile Learning

Mobile Apps Press geolocation geolocation app infographic location data Wayfiler Float Mobile Learning announces Wayfiler, the geolocation app that helps you browse files and websites near you.

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. A related Social Web tool, Socialight ( [link] ) allows people to post location-specific notes using words, pictures and sounds.

denCity: location-specific QR-Code project | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact denCity: location-specific QR-Code project 21 08 2006 denCIty is a student project originating in Germany, which is intended to create “virtual networks of real places&#. Using a mobile phone, users can take a picture of any QR-Code tag, which provides information on the location on the user’s mobile phone.

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mLearning-World.com: From Leonard Low» Mobile Blogging + GPS data = Locoblog Mobile Learning

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mLearning-World.com: Gartner Names Hot Technologies With Greatest Potential Impact

mLearning World

on Wednesday identified the technologies it believes will have the greatest impact on businesses over the next 10 years, naming such hot areas as social-network analysis, collective intelligence, location-aware applications and event-driven architectures. skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Saturday, September 30, 2006 Gartner Names Hot Technologies With Greatest Potential Impact Researcher Gartner Inc.

QR Code generator extension for Firefox | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact QR Code generator extension for Firefox 6 09 2006 I just located an extension for PC-based Firefox browsers that allows automatic generation of a QR Code for the current URL.

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27 Benefits Listed for Mobile Learning

Mobile Learning Edge

While there may be a few items missing, this is about as complete a list as you get: Convenience (learning location). Convenience (assessment location). A recent review of research on mobile learning by Dr. Naomi Norman surveyed benefits for mobile learning as perceived by members of the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK. Convenience (timely learning). Reassurance. Flexibility. Relevance. Control of learning. Quick and easy access to information. Quick and easy communication.

8 Surprising Topics at #MWC17

Float Mobile Learning

Conferences are ideal locations for gathering business intelligence about a specific industry. There are presentations revealing the latest thinking in the field, and exhibitors want to show off their sparkling new ideas. Even at a distance, looking at the online program of a major conference can point to where an industry is heading. With that … The post 8 Surprising Topics at #MWC17 appeared first on Float.

How can you get started?

mLearning is Good

Location aware applications (gaining popularity). location aware web/native apps with hooks to blogs, etc.). This is a series of posts related to our mobile learning session at the GMU/DAU E-Learning Symposium – Easy/Free ways to publish mobile learning content. There are lot’s of ways to get started. The mobile web is prevailing and devices are gaining capability.

mLearning: ‘Using Your Senses’

mLearning is Good

Through the browser, you have access to geolocation through the devices location sensors (GPS and WiFi can be used to access the location of the device [link] And with native applications, you can access the camera, accelerometer, GPS location and any other sensors on the device. Much of mLearning has to do with repurposing existing content or building modules similar to other eLearning modules.

mLearning is Bigger than Mobile Devices. The “m” is for Multiscreen.

mLearning Revolution

Here’s how Wikipedia defines mLearning today: Any sort of learning that happens when the learner is not at a fixed, predetermined location, or learning that happens when the learner takes advantage of the learning opportunities offered by mobile technologies. [1] 1] In other words mobile learning decreases limitation of learning location with the mobility of general portable devices.

4 Reasons You Should Download Wayfiler for iOS

Float Mobile Learning

Just hit the Add button and tag a location to them – a picture you took at your favorite beach, a document you need in your factory, or a menu for the best restaurant at your vacation spot. Simply grab a photo or a spreadsheet, sync it with either service, and it will automatically be tagged with your current location. The latest version of Wayfiler is now available – for free! – on iTunes, and it’s one you should download to your iPhone today.

MIT Launches a new Center for Mobile Learning

Mobile Learning Edge

Research projects will explore location-aware learning applications, mobile sensing and data collection, augmented reality gaming, and other educational uses of mobile technologies. &#. 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.

10 Things Adobe gets Right about Mobile Learning with Captivate 8 [Review]

mLearning Revolution

Geolocation is a nice feature in Captivate 8 that uses the location-based feature on mobile devices to pinpoint exactly where a learner might be in the world. This could be used to provide personalized learning based on where learners are located at the time he or she takes the learning. The more I test #AdobeCaptivate 8 for my Review, the more I realize this is the version for #mLearning I’ve been waiting for! eLearning. — RJ Jacquez (@rjacquez) January 9, 2015.

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Engineering Intelligent Content for Mobile Learning by Rick Wilson & Gary Woodill : Learning Solutions Magazine

Mobile Learning Edge

Consider the possibilities open to teaching and engaging students when you take away the restrictions of a classroom-style format, allowing them to learn at a pace and in an environment that suits them … Once we add the ability to move around and to contextualize learning based on the learners location, the classroom metaphor barely works at all. Missed Gary and Rick Wilson’s paper on Engineering Intelligent Content at the Learning Solutions Conference?

Happy 12th Birthday iPod! [The Beginning of the Mobile Revolution]

mLearning Revolution

The iPod wasn’t the first MP3 player in the market, there were many before it (including the popular Rio MP3 Player), but it was the first device that included a great user experience with a minimalistic design approach, and the UI controls were located precisely were they need to be. Apple iPod vs. Diamond Rio MP3 Player. Twelve years ago yesterday, Steve Jobs and Apple introduced the first iPod using the amazing tagline: 1,000 songs in your pocket.

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The brand new Captivate 9 puts Adobe years ahead of the competition

mLearning Revolution

There’s so much to like about the new Captivate 9 software, including enhancements to the multi-device preview via Adobe Edge Inspect and more Geo-location support. What a difference three short years make in technology.

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Play and Learn

Mobile Learning Edge

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. Heard of Jane McGonigal yet? Ranked the 16th best TED lecture in 2010 — one better than Bill Gates — she’s changing the way we learn and offering playtime for adults via ARG (alternate reality games).

Mobile Devices in Research Labs

mLearnopedia Blog

With location awareness, accelerometers and orientation sensors, plus increased storage and processing power, the devices we carry have powerful capabilities to improve our lives. We are beginning to see the future of mobile devices with information coming out of research labs. Much of this research can also be applied to learning at the point of need.

Is eLearning on Tablets really Mobile Learning? [Chime in]

mLearning Revolution

Does the location of the navigation change accordingly between devices to make the experience seamless for learners as they shift from device to device? The only thing better than Blogging is the comments one gets below a post. Comments I believe is the real killer app of Blogs and some times comments are so insightful than they trigger ideas for new posts. Here’s one such comment I received in my is it time to remove the “e” and “m” from Learning ?

Livescribe Pulse Smartpen

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It is fairly easy to see the potential value to students, journalists and administrators or others who need to regularly capture and share or locate notes from meetings or events. After almost a year from announcement (see 3 June 07 post ) I received my Pulse Smartpen this week. Livescribe ([link] ) has added a recorder to its Anoto technology Pulse Smartpen, as well as additional applications, with a retail price of $149 to $199 (depending upon 1 GB or 2 GB of storage.)

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10 Ways a Cross-Platform eBook SDK Can Help Publishers

Kitaboo

Gather critical app data such as location or device type, which can help to boost the value of mobile ad inventory.

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Two new ubiquitous technologies for Education

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iBeacons – this is the location-aware bluetooth technology that allows information to pop up on your smart device when you enter specific physical locations. Wanted to post about two new technologies I am exploring for their ubiquitous impact on technology that I wanted to share… Both are currently being deployed, but as it is very early days, especially for Education, the ultimate uses of them in a learning context are yet to be defined.

A Lesson in Mobile Learning Design from Yelp [#mLearning]

mLearning Revolution

And here’s another interesting statistic that came out of that same research, 77% of mobile searches are in a location (work or home) likely to have a PC available to them. I love this tweet, because it epitomizes how most people view the mobile experience, often as the “light” version of the desktop: “It looks like you’re on a train. Would you like me to show you the insultingly simplified mobile site?”

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Steve Richey’s Article in International Society of Performance Improvement publication April 2018

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In this article located on Wiley Online Library Steve … The post Steve Richey’s Article in International Society of Performance Improvement publication April 2018 appeared first on Float. Utilizing Presence in Augmented?Reality

Understanding how the new Quizzes work in Adobe Captivate 5.5 [VIDEO]

mLearning Revolution

Finally, thanks for visiting my blog and watching the video above, and as always I appreciate it if you could help me share the post with your Twitter followers by clicking the Tweet button, located at the top left of this post. I hope you are enjoying learning more about our new Adobe Captivate 5.5 and Adobe eLearning Suite 2.5 releases , and also that you have had a chance to download the trials and take the new features for a spin.

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M-Learning Game Report

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M-learning—the combination of e-learning with mobile technologies—captures the very nature of e-learning by providing users with independence from the constraints of time and location. Thanks to the folks at Games, Learning + Society (GLS) in Madison, I just discovered "Experiencing the Past through the Senses: An M-Learning Game at Archaeological Parks" by Carmelo Ardito, Paolo Buono, Maria F. Costabile, Rosa Lanzilotti, Thomas Pederson, and Antonio Piccinno, University of Bari, Italy. "M-learning—the

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Using an iPod Touch with 8 Year Old Students

The Mobile Learner

To play the video, click on the video itself or on the&# click to play&# link located immediately below the video. Here is a video of how one teacher (who was fortunate enough to obtain a full class set if iPod Touch devices) is using new technologies with 8 year old children to help them learn. This video raises a number of questions for me: What lesson can we learn from this? What is the role of experimentation of new methodologies in the classroom?

Topical Review Book Company Partners with KITABOO to Deliver Interactive Practice Tests

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Currently, they are located in the Irish Hills of Michigan. With the world of education moving to online environments, delivering effective education through digital mediums has become the top priority for educators and institutions.

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