Educational Applications for Palm SmartPhones

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Palm Z22 Vidcast | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Palm Z22 Vidcast 7 09 2006 From jnxyz’s blog, a nicely edited YouTube vidcast of Palm Z22’s – relatively simple Palm-based PDAs – being used as a learning tool with primary-age children, with examples of actual use, input methods, and more.

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Palm Z22 Vidcast | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Palm Z22 Vidcast 7 09 2006 From jnxyz’s blog, a nicely edited YouTube vidcast of Palm Z22’s – relatively simple Palm-based PDAs – being used as a learning tool with primary-age children, with examples of actual use, input methods, and more.

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mLearning-World.com: Review, Palm Treo 650

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skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Friday, April 21, 2006 Review, Palm Treo 650 Recently I have been testing many of the new ‘all in one’ wireless products. One of the exceptions to this rule is the Palm Treo 650. The Treo 650 is in essence a Palm PDA and 1X CDMA wireless phone combination.,

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mLearning-World.com: Book Review-mLearning: Mobile Learning and Performance in the Palm of your Hand

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skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Monday, September 18, 2006 Book Review-mLearning: Mobile Learning and Performance in the Palm of your Hand Dr Michael Thomas has a very in depth and insightful review of Dr. David Metcalfs book, mLearning: Mobile Learning and Performance in the Palm of your Hand.

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mLearning-World.com: mLearning: Mobile Learning and Performance in the Palm of your Hand

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skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Thursday, February 16, 2006 mLearning: Mobile Learning and Performance in the Palm of your Hand I received notification from Dr. David Metcalf that his new book, mLearning: Mobile Learning and Performance in the Palm of your Hand is soon to be released and Ill have a small acknowledgement based on some case studies Ive submitted to David.

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Palm Pre and mobile learning (Part II)

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Only a few days left until the Palm Pre is finally released in the US. According to several sources, the Palm Pre will be fully synchronizable with iTunes. This would mean that -at least for a short time span- Palm Pre users can at least download podcasts and vodcasts to their Palms. Other sources write that the Palm Pre will already be fully supported by existing IT infrastructures and can therefore be used for corporate mobile learning within a short time period.

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Death of the PDA

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By Jonathan Nalder, www.mlearnxyz.net : A now finished Palm special deal giving away a z22 handheld with every TX handheld sold (see HERE ) has been called the beginning of the end for PDA’s. Conducted in February, just shortly after Palm had closed its retail stores, it seems obvious that this special was nothing more than a chance for Palm to clear out unsold stock of the PDA’s it still (obviously) has.

The world in the palm of your hand… | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact The world in the palm of your hand… 23 06 2006 Need to know, on the go? Then head to Wapedia – the mobile version of Wikipedia, available from PDAs and mobile phones.

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Mobile Learning Round-Up, Week 36 « Ubiquitous Thoughts

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E-learning in the Mobile World and the Right Business Model to Deliver It

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Smartphones like the iPhone and Palm Pre are quickly building a loyal following of application developers and end-users. Tags: New Media e-learning instructional design mobile devices smartphones iPhone Palm Pre

Top 6 Things We are Looking Forward to at ATDTK

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From February 6-8, in West Palm Beach, Florida, there will be 125+ sessions, over 15,000 attendees and 70+ exhibitors — including Float. ATD’s 2019 TechKnowledge Conference is less than a month away and Float could not be more excited. We are also excited to be a part of ATD’s TechKnowledge 20th anniversary. ATDTK is focused … The post Top 6 Things We are Looking Forward to at ATDTK appeared first on Float. Uncategorized ATDTK TechKnowledge techknowledge 2019

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PDAs: going the way of the dinosaurs… | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact PDAs: going the way of the dinosaurs… 10 10 2006 Research firm Gartner have reported a worldwide slow-down in the sale of PDAs, with global sales increasing only 5% in the last year, and Palm not bothering to release a new model in 2006 at all, according to a post on MobHappy.

mLearning Presentations using Google Docs

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NOTE: While I didn't test it on a Palm Pre, I'd expect it works better there (similar to an Android device)]. A RT from Tim Martin at the Elearning Guild brought my attention to a blog posting by Wesley Fryer at Stormchasers about his use of Google Presentation -- part of the free cloud-based Google Docs service -- as a means of distributing mobile learning content to his ecosystem.

CES 2009

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The biggest mobile news in my opinion was that of the Palm Pre. If you are interested in the Palm Pre, check out the Palm site for information and the announcement video. Last week I was at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas seeking mobile learning related tools and announcements. The demo was very impressive and it should again move the industry, but until we get a chance to put it through its paces we will have to wait.

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A List of Interesting Mobile Learning Links

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Mobile Learning: Learning In The Palm of Your Hand Is Now Available. Mobile learning is in the air, almost everyone realizes the potential, and some companies are now taking tentative first steps. While I haven’t blogged in a while, I continue trawling through my RSS feeds, seeing more and more references to mobile learning, mlearning, performance support, ‘just-in-time’ and so many other terms that make sense in that context.

MOBI to ePUB Conversion Made Easy with These 7 Converters

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The MOBI file extension was created by Mobipocket for eBook readers (Kindle, Windows Mobile, Palm OS, etc.), For regular eBook readers, MOBI and ePUB are quite familiar terms. Both of these are popular eBook file formats that are used by various eBook readers, including Apple, Kindle, Sony, Google, and more. When it comes to MOBI eBook format, it is specialized for Kindle devices, and since Kindle is not an open-source format, the eReaders which support MOBI are not many.

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Digital eBook Library- How Can Institutions & Publishers Benefit

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On the contrary, a digital library fits in the palm of your hand. Colleges and universities have huge libraries stacked with books. Brick and mortar libraries are still standing strong and are maintained by educational institutions. But let’s be practical here, how often are students excited at the prospect of going to the library to search for a book? An internet search is all it takes to find the information they require.

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Mobile Landscape Really About to Change

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Palm, I want to see them succeed, but they need to do a bunch of things to help their chances, like get their devices on major networks, build a bigger developer base for application and services development and continue to come out with new and different devices. At this time, Palm’s future doesn’t look so good even with their new WebOS, but they could also find a savior in Android, or they could find a way to make their device a major player in other ways.

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Take A Leap Of Faith With Mobile Learning

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Mobile’ is a unique device that brings together the capabilities of numerous disparate devices – like a phone, a camera, an audio/ video player & recorder, a computer, eBook reader, a GPS device, a game console – all in the palm of your hand. This article was originally published in Learning Technologies 2013’s special show guide issue. Mobile Learning has been on the horizon for a long time but has met with scepticism and technical constraints in its early days.

M-Learning Decisions: Web App or Native App?

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Palm may join with another company to gain strength), and some people see even more platforms emerging. I’ve written a couple of posts about the differences and the advantages and disadvantages of native applications and web applications when it comes to mobile learning. Check out these previous posts on Apps for the future and Google vs Apple to see where I was coming from.

Josh Topolosky has written my fave #WebOS Touchpad review. I agree that it “sticks with u” #slide2learn #mlearn #eqelearn

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HP has certainly tightened up much of what Palm started, and navigating the TouchPad quickly became not only second nature, but an experience I found myself missing going back to the iPad or a Honeycomb device. [link]. IN REVIEWS. HP TouchPad review. Posted by: Joshua Topolsky on June 29, 2011 7:13 pm |.

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Everyone Welcome our Newest Author- Jonathan Nalder

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First writing about mLearning in early 2006, Jonathan has now published over 60 articles and posts at mlearnxyz.net, authored video podcasts (over 16,000 views at youtube and teachertube ), and continued to explore the improved engagement and outcomes his students experience through being able to access digital devices such as Palm PDA's , digital camera's, voice recorders and even pedometers!

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New mobile platform arrives: Android

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While only available on one handset in the US at the moment, its open-source nature and backing from Google mean that it is destined to become a major new mobile platform alongside the existing Palm OS, Windows Mobile, RIM Blackberry, and iPhone OSX. By Jonathan Nalder of www.mLearnxyz.net As most geeks would know, the Google-developed mobile OS known as Android had its public unveiling last week.

Enterprise mLearning Predictions for 2011

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We wouldn't be shocked to find Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 7 OS appearing on new Nokia handsets or tablet device, or RIM getting acquired by Microsoft or another tech titan like IBM Global Services in a deal akin to HP acquiring Palm in 2010. It is time once again to ponder the research, extrapolate on recent experience, and attempt to read the tea leaves so we can predict the future of enterprise mobile learning in 2011.

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Mobile Augmented Reality – A Brief Overview

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And mobile touch interfaces like those on the iPhone, Palm Pre, Storm, etc. . The integration of innovative technology in learning has always been a goal of educators. In the past two decades, we’ve seen advances in learning technology that allow learners to connect to powerful learning systems and sources of information that were previously unavailable. However, most recent technologies have forced the learner to learn through computer-generated reality or “virtual reality&#.

GeoLearning Acquired by SumTotal: The mLearning Impact?

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GeoLearning, on the other hand, has made solid strides in recent months with their GeoMaestro Mobility Solution to design and develop their own mobile apps (for iPhone, iPad, Android and WebOS/Palm -based devices) and provide a continuum of mobile authoring, delivery and reporting via their GeoMaestro suite to the benefit of their customers now considering mobile learning for the first time (and who isn't?).

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Soloway explains his mobile learning software

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The system features a learning management system and there are versions running on Windows Mobile, Palm OS and a few others. Elliot Soloway is not a stranger to many people in the field of e-learning and m-learning, in this short and interesting video he demonstrates his mobile learning products and endorses cell phones in classrooms.

A Big Week for Smartphones

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AT&T is set to expand their smartphone stable by announcing the coming availability of new Android and Palm WebOS-based devices later this Spring. We can only assume the Palm devices will be the Pre and Pixi or some as yet unannounced varient.

Enterprise Mobile Learning 2011 - Year in Review

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We wouldn't be shocked to find Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 7 OS appearing on upcoming Nokia handsets or tablet devices, or RIM getting acquired by Microsoft or another tech titan like IBM Global Services in a deal akin to HP acquiring Palm in 2010. a.k.a. How On Target Were My 2011 Predictions? It’s time once again to take stock of what happened in enterprise mobile learning and see if any of my 2011 predictions hit their intended targets.

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Picking the "Right" Smartphone for mLearning

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In our role of assisting customers and partners with planning and deploying successful mobile project projects, one of the key requirements every team wrestles with is where they need to "set the bar" when determining the target mobile devices they'll need to reach and support.

mLearning with PDA survey's

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This is the second year in a row we have run a unit using the free Ninepoll survey program on our Palm Z22's. For my first cross-post from the mLearnxyz blog, I'd like to zoom right back to my frontline: Tullawong State School, Caboolture. Year 7 students with learning difficulties are required to brainstorm different survey ideas before writing them out with A,B,C and D answer options. They then enter these into Ninepoll and check their spelling and punctuation.

The Powerful Combination of Mobile Devices and Learning Apps

The Mobile Learner

That having been said, this reality is changing quickly with the likes of Palm, RIM and Microsoft also developing a marketplace and vendor space for apps that will increase and improve the availability of learning app for students. In discussing the use of mobile devices, it is easy to forget that the educational and productive power of mobile devices comes through the integration of the devices with other tools.

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

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Of interest also is what HP releases in the way of a ‘PalmPad’ tablet that will run the WebOS they bought along with Palm. Its hard to deny that in the book that tells how computing has become more and more mobile such that its already almost ubiquitous, the current chapter would be titled ‘tablets’.

My "Top Ten List" for Mobile Learning News in 2009

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Virtually all of top-shelf models from Apple, RIM, Motorola, HTC, Palm and others (save Nokia here in the USA) are available (subsidized via a 2-year plan) for around US$200. I was recently asked by one of our strategic partners to offer my "Top Ten List" of the most significant events (e.g., new stories, technical advances, market trends) that shaped the "mlearning marketplace" in 2009.

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The touchscreen XO – a (p)review & update on OLPC Australia

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In 2007 as a young mobile learning blogger who had been writing about digital voice recorders, Palm and Windows Mobile PDAs and dumbphones (although we thought at the time they were smart) I wrote about how the XO was the first major computing product that had been designed for children first, rather than just being corporate hardware requiring teachers to translate into schools. Preview: XO-4 Duo hybrid laptop/tablet from OLPC Australia.

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Mobile Commons, Sanofi US, and the Prostate Cancer Foundation Partner to Improve Patient Understanding with the New PROST8CARE™ Text Messaging Program

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Lemoine, APRN, MN, AOCN, RN-BC, Interim Louisiana State University Public Hospital, New Orleans, LA. Karen Minder, RN, MSN, Palm Beach Cancer Institute, West Palm Beach, FL. Jacqui Mitchell, MSN, APRN, AOCNS, Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, HI. PROST8CARE Provides Free Support with Timed Text Messages That Coincide with Each Patient’s Chemotherapy Cycle. NEW YORK, NEW YORK (PRWEB) February 05, 2013.

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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A Physical Education Head of Department at Palm Beach Currumbin State School has had his students approach him to request permission to use their mobile phones to improve their learning productivity by recording lessons. A strong case can be made that a revolution is underway in how computers are being perceived and used in schools across the world. In Australia it could be said Queensland is one of the epicenters of this change. How do we know this?

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Failed $1.25 Million Handheld Project in Missouri Goes Nowhere

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Projecting your handheld screen | Mobile Learning

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In this case, their preferred option is to use Handshare for Palm, or Pocket Controller for Windows Mobile. Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Projecting your handheld screen 7 09 2006 The Mobile Musings blog reflects on how to share your PDA interface with a larger audience, using software that “mirrors&# your PDA on your PC screen so it can be projected on a big screen.

The Future of Cell Phones in Schools.

Cell Phones in Learning

How this could affect schools: Students could share files with each other by beaming them through cell phones (similar to Palm pilots, only now with a basic cell phone). You can now purchase a cell phone with a built-in projector. The cost is $373.oo (cheaper than some iPhones!). There has been some talk for the last few years about the possibility of cell phones having built-in LCD projectors.

The Future of Cell Phones in Schools.

Cell Phones in Learning

How this could affect schools: Students could share files with each other by beaming them through cell phones (similar to Palm pilots, only now with a basic cell phone). You can now purchase a cell phone with a built-in projector. The cost is $373.oo (cheaper than some iPhones!). There has been some talk for the last few years about the possibility of cell phones having built-in LCD projectors.

Cell Phones in Education Part 2: Assistive Technology

The Mobile Learner

More and more cell phone manufacturers including RIM and Palm are 0pening up their own app store with free and paid apps to personalize and extend the potential uses of their hardware. There is baggage that comes with the term “assistive technology&# as the use of this term often generates certain stereotypes. One of them is that assistive technology is specialized technology.