New Mobile Learning Research

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ASTD last week released its new research report, titled ‘ Mobile Learning – Delivering Learning in a Connected World ‘, which we are very pleased to have sponsored. The report is based on the analysis of responses to an ASTD/i4cp survey of over 500 business and learning professionals apart from insights gathered from interviews conducted with representatives of several organizations in Feb/Mar’12.

New Mobile Learning Research Report

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We have always believed that mobile is the future of learning and have continually strived to evolve our offerings in line with that belief. As predicted early last year, 2013 saw an explosion of mobile devices in the learning field, with tablets in particular being in the forefront of this growth. Being associated with and […]. Mobile Learning

Studies Show: Recent Research on Mobile Learning

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Every day around the world, thousands of research studies are produced on every conceivable subject. Pedagogy and Learning ResearchSo, when I checked out the Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE) recently, that there were [.].

Tappestry Updated, mAgriculture Research Released

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Float's latest research looks at the use of mobile technology in agriculture. Tappestry now includes search, Web bookmarklet and geolocation. Featured Newsletter Search Tappestry Tin Can ASTD ASTD Mobile Learning Certificate mAgriculture Marshall McLuhan mobile agriculture Tin Can API Tin Can Statement Viewer Web bookmarklet webinar

Google Research: Navigating The New Multi-Screen World

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We use multiple devices in order to achieve a goal, according to a Google research report. Industry News Pedagogy and Learning Google multiscreen

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Download Mobile Learning Research for Your Organization At Half Price

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Each item in Float's library of mobile learning research available at a 50% off discount from Oct. Research DevLearn 2012 mAgriculture mHealth mobile learning research return on investment ROI29-Nov. 2, 2012.

Float Mobile Learning Research Report Shows How Mobile Agriculture Has Arrived in North America

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Featured Press Releases mAgriculture mobile agriculture mobile apps mobile learning research mobile research researchMorton, Ill. August 29, 2012 – Float Mobile Learning, a consulting firm that develops mobile strategies and apps for major agricultural organizations and Fortune 500 companies, has released a [.].

Using Mobile Devices as Research Tools

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Because traditional e-learning has mostly been about presentations and activities designed by expert instructors, distributed to learners via desktop and laptop screens, we tend to forget the power of the

Float Featured in USA Today for Mobile Agriculture Research

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Float Mobile Learning has been cited as a source for mobile agriculture research in a USA Today article that was released this past Sunday, March 3. Press DuPont PIoneer Growmark mAgriculture mobile agriculture mobile technology in agriculture researchWriter Christopher Doering used data from [.].

Research Points to Future Uses of Mobile Technology in Agricultural Industries

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Mobile agriculture research report from Float Mobile Learning looks at the future uses of mobile in farming, fishing and forestry. Research agriculture mAgriculture mobile agriculture mobile app research mobile learning research mobile research

Mobile Agriculture Research Explores Benefits for Mobile Technology in North America

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Research mAgriculture mobile agriculture mobile app research mobile learning research researchFloat Mobile Learning shows how mobile agriculture in North America is expanding, surveying 60 apps.

Research: New Uses for Mobile Devices in Healthcare

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Yesterday, we announced the release of the final series of our healthcare research. Research EHR EMR Float Mobile Learning Primer health care hospitals mam mdm mhealth-tag mobile application management mobile device management mobile medicineThroughout the rest of this week, we’ll preview what these documents contain. The wonderful thing about tablets such [.].

5 Point Guide to Publishing a Research Paper in a STEM Journal

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In the wake of such developments, many publishing houses have revised the rules that need to be followed by aspirants wanting to publish their research papers. With such an elaborate, yet rigorous process adopted to scrutinize research papers for publishing, there is no straightforward formula that dictates the process applicants must follow to get their research recognition. Always remain attentive towards how the research is being displayed throughout the paper.

Research around using and selecting apps for literacy learning

Cell Phones in Learning

Over the past couple of years there has been a few very robust reports and research around apps and websites for literacy learning. Much of this research is the basis for the engagement strand of the Triple E Framework that our preservice teachers use at the University of Michigan to design lesson plans with apps and websites. The majority of apps labeled for "education" have no research, literacy experts or co-use strategies to inform the development of the tool.

Student Research with ChaCha

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Chacha is a free resource which allows anyone to do research via mobile phone. 1) Research checking Often with Wikipedia, students are asked to check the accuracy of the information they find at the wiki site. Students could call in to ChaCha and ask a research question about something they are studying (such as a definition of a scientific phenomenon), get the ChaCha answer, then check reliable authoritative resources to see how accurate the definition was.

Student Research with ChaCha

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Chacha is a free resource which allows anyone to do research via mobile phone. 1) Research checking Often with Wikipedia, students are asked to check the accuracy of the information they find at the wiki site. Students could call in to ChaCha and ask a research question about something they are studying (such as a definition of a scientific phenomenon), get the ChaCha answer, then check reliable authoritative resources to see how accurate the definition was.

Float Mobile Learning Research Report Suggests mHealth is Poised to Explode in Next Decade

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Android iOS Press Releases Research apps healthcare apps medical apps mhealth-tag mobile healthMorton, Ill. March 13, 2012 – Float Mobile Learning, a consulting firm that develops mobile strategies and apps for major healthcare organizations and Fortune 500 companies, released the final [.].

New Research on Student's and Cell Phone Use

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New Research on Teens and Cell Phones and What it Means for BYOD Schools

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PEW has just released a new study about teenagers (13-17 year olds) and their cell phone use and ownership. It's very important for educators to know the statistics around digital divide so they can make more informed decisions around lesson planning.

New Research on Student's and Cell Phone Use

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researchThe annual Speak Up Report (Download Speak Up Press Release 2009 ) has emerged with some interesting data sourrounding mobile devices. The results are excellent news for teachers and schools considering mobile devices in learning! Below are a few of the findings from the report.

Mobile Devices in Research Labs

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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. An article in MIT's Technology Review showcases Palo Alto Research Center's (PARC) mobile software, Magitti, which suggests things to do based u.

Mobile Learning Research Workshop

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I’ve been kindly invited a mobile learning research workshop at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) in a couple of weeks, facilitated by Laurel Dyson and Andrew Litchfield, members of the Technology and Education Design and Development (TEDD) Research Group at UTS. Laurel and Andrew have been involved with quite a bit of recent research into mobile learning, with a summary of their research contained in this ASCILITE paper: [link].

Mobile Learning Research Issue Available

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I haven't had time to read it all yet, but wanted to pass along the posting of The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning,Vol 8, No 2 on the topic of Mobile Learning. Thanks to George Siemens for posting it and to Sam Adkins for passing it along.)In

My Mobile iReporting and Research Experience!

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Cell Phones hold so much potential for citizen journalism and research/reference information. I have posted a few times about citizen journalism or iReporting. Citizen Journalism is when everyday people report on current news or happenings. I decided to become a CNN iReporter earlier this week. On Wednesday, spur of the moment, I decided to drive 2 hours to Grand Rapids Michigan and attend the Barack Obama campaign rally.

My Mobile iReporting and Research Experience!

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Cell Phones hold so much potential for citizen journalism and research/reference information I have posted a few times about citizen journalism or iReporting. Citizen Journalism is when everyday people report on current news or happenings. I decided to become a CNN iReporter earlier this week. On Wednesday, spur of the moment, I decided to drive 2 hours to Grand Rapids Michigan and attend the Barack Obama campaign rally.

mLearning-World.com: eLearning Guilds Mobile Learning Research Report 2006

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skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Wednesday, August 16, 2006 eLearning Guilds Mobile Learning Research Report 2006 The long-awaited advent of mobile learning appears finally to be upon us.

Students Can Use Text Messaging to Search the Internet, Gather Research

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However since you can only ask one question at a time and the answer is limited by 140 characters, DOTGO allows students to research information further and get more specific details. While students have access to the Internet at school, many do not have Internet access at home. According to a recent survey by CITA, 71% of U.S. Households have Internet access. Thus a decent percentage of U.S. children do not have access to the Internet in their own home.

Students Can Use Text Messaging to Search the Internet, Gather Research

Cell Phones in Learning

However since you can only ask one question at a time and the answer is limited by 140 characters, DOTGO allows students to research information further and get more specific details. While students have access to the Internet at school, many do not have Internet access at home. According to a recent survey by CITA, 71% of U.S. Households have Internet access. Thus a decent percentage of U.S. children do not have access to the Internet in their own home.

Pontydysgu – Bridge to Learning - Educational Research

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Home People Blogs Chalkface Projects Publications Multimedia Research Events Services Contact Pontydysgu – Bridge to Learning Home Blogs Wales Wide Web Working & Learning My Learning Journey Anges Blog Jos Blog Dialogos PARADYGMAT 2.0 GoogleTranslate Service The use of mobile devices for learning and the importance of context May 4th, 2010 by Graham Attwell The next in what will, I suspect, be a series of short posts from the Mature project meeting in Barcelona.

How to Use Mobile Apps to Track Food from Farm to Table

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Know what you eat – Float Mobile Learning mobile agriculture research report details how you can be a better consumer. Research agriculture mAgriculture mobile agriculture mobile app research mobile learning research research

Mobile, Scholarly Research | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Mobile, Scholarly Research 7 09 2006 Thanks to my colleague Marg, who pointed me in the direction of this peer-reviewed paper, “The new mobile scholar and effective use of ICT&# (Bills, Holliman et al.

Pontydysgu – Bridge to Learning - Educational Research

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Home People Blogs Chalkface Projects Publications Multimedia Research Events Services Contact Pontydysgu – Bridge to Learning Home Blogs Wales Wide Web Working & Learning My Learning Journey Anges Blog Jos Blog Dialogos PARADYGMAT GoogleTranslate Service Using mobile devices for learning in the workplace I’ve written a lot recently about the potential of the use of mobile devices in the workplace.

Cell Phones in Learning Radio Show April 7th: Science Teacher Victor Fitzjarrald's Cell Phone in Classroom Research

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Cell Phones in Learning Radio Show April 7th: Science Teacher Victor Fitzgerald's Cell Phone in Classroom Research

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New Book Details Mobile Health Examples, Trends, Obstacles and Benefits

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Research Strategy mHealth research mHealth strategy mhealth-tag mobile health mobile health books mobile health research mobile health strategy mobile healthcareGary Woodill reviews mHealth: From Smartphones to Smart Systems, a book edited by Rick Krohn and David Metcalf.

How Important Is A Teacher For Learning?

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One researcher writes that learners are ultimately in charge of how much they engage and understand. Pedagogy and Learning Grant Wiggins learning research

Ethical Issues in Mobile Learning: Scenarios for Discussion

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European researchers have developed six scenarios related to the ethics of mobile learning research. Industry News Research IamLEARN mobile learning ethics

ADL’s MoTIF Project Releases Survey Results on Mobile Learning

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Industry News Mobile Strategy Pedagogy and Learning ADL mobile learning research mobile research MoTIF More than 800 respondents address instructional design, eLearning, design process models and more in the first MoTIF report from ADL.

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The Top 10 Industries Interested in Mobile Learning

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Industry News Mobile Strategy Newsletter Research agriculture defense and space eLearning government admin HR industries industries interested in mlearning industries interested in mobile learning learning mining and metals mLearning mobile mobile learning mobile learning in restaurants mobile technology pharmaceuticals research retail telecommunications Top 10Have you ever wondered what industries are interested in mobile learning?

Mobile Learning + Mining and Metals

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Industry News Research Top 10 Industries Interested in Mobile Learning artificial intelligence augmented reality case studies implementations mining and metals mining industry mining industry safety mLearning mobile mobile learning mobile technology research safety wearablesWith the question of who exactly is interested in mobile learning, in the back of our mind, Float decided to get down to the bottom of things.

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Typing With Our Thumbs Changes Our Brains

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Comic Industry News neuroscience research smartphones A recent study suggests that typing on our smartphones changes the relationship between our thumbs and brains.

Contextual Technologies Make Learning Relevant Again

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Industry News Mobile Apps Research learning theory mLearnCon mobile learning mobile technology performance support symposiumThe first cluster in CHAMPIONS is Contextual. What exactly does this mean? Dorsey Dixon gives us an answer in his latest blog post.

Ambient: Africa The Fastest Growing Market for Mobile Learning

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Ambient Insight’s latest research forecasts that Africa’s mobile learning revenues will reach $530 million by 2017, up from $102 million in 2012. Industry News Africa Ambient Insight mobile learning research