How Can the Telecommunications Industry Benefit from Mobile Learning?

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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?

New Issue of the International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies

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Here is the Table of Contents: Global Telecommunications Security: Effects of Geomagnetic Disturbances. The latest issue of the International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (Vol. 5, No. 3) and is available as a free download (but you have to register on the site). McManus, H.H. Carr, B.M. Adams. A Software Tool to Visualize Verbal Protocols to Enhance Strategic and Metacognitive Abilities in Basic Programming. Carlos A. Arévalo, Estela L. Muñoz, Juan M. Gómez.

Mobile Learning And The BYOD Movement

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In its Technology, Media & Telecommunications Predictions 2012 , Deloitte predicts that by the end of the year 2012, 500 million smartphones with a retail price of $100 or less will likely be in use worldwide. In its Technology, Media & Telecommunications Predictions 2012 , Deloitte predicts that by the end of the year 2012, 500 million smartphones with a retail price of $100 or less will likely be in use worldwide.

Mobile Messaging News Roundup

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Petition Before The FCC To Recognize Text Messaging As A Telecommunications Service Under Title II Of The Communications Act Heats Up – A good summary of the “Text Neutrality” debate so far! This brilliant app will send you a positive text message every morning – A wonderful article about ShineText, a service sending positive affirmations daily via text. Stay inspired!

Tech in Africa – your weekend long reads

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In less than twenty years the continent “leapfrogged” landline telecommunications to enlist half a billion mobile subscribers. The rapid uptake of mobile technology in Africa has, for some time, been the source of much excitement. Such a feat of digital acrobatics fuelled the narrative, started by Aristotle 2300 years ago, that out of Africa there is always something new.

Top 5 Mobile Articles to Read This Week

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16 announced a partnership with Norwegian telecommunication giant Telenor Group that will bring RCS messaging to some 214 million additional people across Europe and Asia. A U.S. senator reveals calls to the U.S. Capitol switchboard have SHATTERED the previous record Never in the history of the country have more people contacted their elected representatives than they have recently.

MIT Introduces First Graduate Course on Mobile Phones for Social Activism

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International speakers ranging from Zimbabwean activists to telecommunication experts will discuss the problems with existing ICTs, and suggest parameters for new systems. I just read an interesting post on MobileActive. It mentioned a new graduate course/seminar being offered at MIT. The graduate seminar (Call4Action) focuses on how mobile phones and other devices are being used around the world for activism.

MIT Introduces First Graduate Course on Mobile Phones for Social Activism

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International speakers ranging from Zimbabwean activists to telecommunication experts will discuss the problems with existing ICTs, and suggest parameters for new systems. I just read an interesting post on MobileActive. It mentioned a new graduate course/seminar being offered at MIT. The graduate seminar (Call4Action) focuses on how mobile phones and other devices are being used around the world for activism.

Benefits of Text Messaging vs. Mobile Messaging Apps

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That’s because SMS spam is strictly regulated by carriers and the telecommunications industry. Messaging smartphone apps such as WhatsApp, GroupMe, and even Facebook messenger have recently experienced a spike in popularity. Since these “chat apps” share many common characteristics with text messaging , many businesses may wonder which channel is better for connecting with consumers. Here are four ways text messaging proves to be more valuable than chat apps.

Mobile Messaging News Roundup

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Adding end-to-end encrypted messaging to your app just got a lot easier – Twilio, a leading telecommunications company, announced a partnership with Virgil Security to enable developers to build strong encryption into their messaging services.

Its 2009 but ‘world’ in www still only means 23.5%

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Notes: a) Population data comes from the US Census Bureau; b) Internet estimates come from ITU, Nielsen Online, GfK, official telecommunications regulating agencies and other trustworthy surveys; c) Mexico is included in Central America and Turkey is included in Europe, according to the United Nations grouping; d) P.R. I just recieved my email newsletter from Internet World stats today.

Evaluating mHealth Solutions for Healthcare Organizations

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The American Telemedicine Association defines this mHealth solution as the “remote delivery of health care services and clinical information using telecommunications technology.” A revolution is underway in the healthcare industry, and it hinges on a technology that fits in your pocket.

mLearning-World.com: Why mLearning is Cheap- by Leonard Low

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Current Australian telecommunications industry statistics are that over 8 million mobile phone handsets were sold in Australia in 2005 , 98% of Australia’s population has mobile phone coverage , and around 20 million Australians (95%) own a mobile phone , with penetration among young people even higher.

mLearning-World.com: The iPhone will NOT start a mLearning revolution!

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According to a 2006 article in Telecommunications Online , 30 Countries Passed 100% Mobile Phone Penetration in Q1 06. skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Thursday, January 18, 2007 The iPhone will NOT start a mLearning revolution! A revolution or a revelation? A lot of eLearning blogs have touted the new iPhone as the beginning of the mLearning revolution.

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Mobile Commons Launches Integration with Twilio Connect

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Twilio ([link] the cloud communications company, is reinventing telecom by merging the worlds of cloud computing, web services and telecommunications. New Mobile Commons Features Will Pull User Data Directly from Twilio Apps. This Functionality Will Let Organizations Run All Their Mobile Communications from One Web Dashboard. NEW YORK, September 21, 2011 : Mobile Commons today announced a new integration with cloud telephony platform Twilio.

Create a free SMS auto-reply learning tool

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It’s possible for us to set up customised SMS-response systems by working with a telecommunications services provider, but this can be a pricey or time-consuming exercise. I’ve previously blogged about StudyTXT , a system deployed at a number of New Zealand educational institutions (to whom it is available for free), which allows students to send an SMS and receive on-demand learning and support information on their mobile phones.

TIME between TIMES: the joy of educating during a time of rapid technological change.

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Instructional Designer with a Fortune 500 telecommunications company. In a few days, I get to present at a massive educational conference – Ulearn09 in Christchurch, New Zealand. This year there will be over 1700 educators present. I’m presenting the following paper.

Mobile is taking over the world: Are you ready?

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This phenomenon is not just occurring in the US – According to a report by International Telecommunications Union (ITU) mobile subscription growth was strong in developing countries (which have 3.8 Today Net Wits Think Tank confirmed what we’ve all be thinking: mobile is taking over the world.

Mobile Learning: Our Goldilocks Problem - Ray Henderson

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 And we’re creating a dedicated support team with the knowledge of device, telecommunication issues and learning software features that this mesh of technologies will demand.

Why M-Learning Is Cheap. | Mobile Learning

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Current Australian telecommunications industry statistics are that over 8 million mobile phone handsets were sold in Australia in 2005 , 98% of Australia’s population has mobile phone coverage , and around 20 million Australians (95%) own a mobile phone , with penetration among young people even higher. Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Why M-Learning Is Cheap.

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per cent in the US, according to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) 2009 report Measuring the Information Society.

The Hindu News Update Service

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Sanyal School of Telecommunications, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur; and serving as Director, Zee Telefilms and Sonata Software. News Update Service Wednesday, January 28, 2009 : 1155 Hrs RSS Feeds Sections Top Stories National International Regional Business Sport Sci. Entertainment Agri.

Ebook Readers vs. Ipad for Education? « Educational Technology and Change Journal

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Buzz Textbook Tweets – Integrating Twitter into a Telecommunications Design Class Digital Nation – Geeks May Be Normal, but Are They Listening? Home About Conferences FAQs Focus Index Previews Staff Submissions Educational Technology and Change Journal Entries RSS | Comments RSS ETC Journal A co-operative blog journal for e ducational t echnology & c hange. Recent Posts Ebook Readers vs. Ipad for Education? Social Media Doesn’t Threaten Literacy!

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Doc’s Blog » Blog Archive » how do you use your mobile computing device to support your learning?

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I may be almost 40 and I did work in telecommunications but I feel that those who live by their devices are missing so much human interaction that I believe it will be a problem years down the road. Doc’s Blog blogging innovation in the way we learn and work in an internetworked world how do you use your mobile computing device to support your learning? There is likely to be a wide range of frequency and types of use of mobile devices in support of learning.

Mobile Learning « Shijina’s Blog

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Ally also makes the point that mobile learning requires organizational change and careful planning: existing course materials must be converted and new ones developed for delivery on mobile technology; it is necessary to establish a telecommunication infrastructure, train staff and faculty, and so forth.

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E-learning on Mobile Phones | MoSo Technology Blog

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Telecommunications is merging with mass media resulting into a compact solution for all. Follow me on Twitter RSS Feeds Home About MoSo Tech! Directory Technology Channel Science Channel Stores « Why were we born in the now human history, not in the past or in the future? Green Electricity Production – Have You Heard The News ? » E-learning on Mobile Phones by Cyprien E-learning on Mobile Phones The main advantage of E-learning is independence of both location and time.

Going Mobile: Debating and Using Cellphones in School - The Learning Network Blog - NYTimes.com

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The number of mobile subscriptions in the world is expected to pass five billion this year, according to the International Telecommunication Union, an intergovernmental organization. They might also look at statistics about cellphone use, such as BigTime Wireless’s Ten Eye-Opening Cellphone Infographics and the International Telecommunications Union’s Cellphone Statistics from Around the World. Home Page Todays Paper Video Most Popular Times Topics Education World U.S.