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SEPTEMBER 5, 2006 mobile literacy?
What are the key skills we need our mobile learners need to have? Have a look at this great starter-list for mobile literacy on the Keitai site. It feels like the computer-list is quite a bit more complete than the handheld-one, but they are both fantastic starting points
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SEPTEMBER 5, 2006 QR Codes anyone?
QR Codes have been around for a while. They are one of several different attempts to improve on barcodes, offering a small image that contains machine readable data. You may not realise, but your phone could tell you that the one on the right says "www.m-learning.org" learning.org" QR Codes are one of several similar systems to start being used with camera-phones, and this is where it gets interesting to us
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SEPTEMBER 8, 2006 Indiaâ€™s mobile phone users increasing by 1m a week
More than 1 million people a week are becoming new mobile phone users in India, reports The Business Online. According to the Cellular Operators' Association of India, the number of mobile users in India has topped 110m. About half of India's towns and villages now have mobile reception and the Indian Ministry of Communication and Information aims to reach 90% coverage by the end of the
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SEPTEMBER 8, 2006 Free SMS: "call me back"
The third world has led the way for quite a while, when it comes to creative uses of the most simple phone technologies. Pay as you Go started there. Sending credits via SMS started there. Using private mobiles as pay phones is common there. But here is yet another great idea, this time from an operator in the Maldives If you have run out of credit, how about being able to send a free SMS
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SEPTEMBER 8, 2006 Create-A-Scape: another futurelabs adventure!
Create-A-Scape looks like a great, free set of tips and resources to enable teachers and pupils to create digitally-enhanced, personalised learning experiences. You use HP’'s Mediascape authoring toolkit to ‘attached a collection of location-sensitive sounds and images to’ the local landscape, and then you discover tham all using mobile technology. From what I can see, it looks like a
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SEPTEMBER 8, 2006 more mediaBoard-style action
At the risk of sounding a bit like a stuck record, I still think the apex of creative, constructive, empowering mobile learning with ANY phone is all about sending and sharing media. tend to go an about the mediaBoard, in this regard, but I only just stumbled on another, game-play variant called the Go Game. Techologicaly, it is way behind the mediaBoard. But where it scores is in the efforts
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MOBLEARN Good podagogy
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2006
If you are on this site, I assume you know what podcasting is, and how it can be used for learning. if you are unsure, try wikipedia) the good news: many learning institutions know this, and are starting to use podcasting or it's younger brother "audio-based learning" to extend their reach (albeit slowly). This blog-post is dedicated to some of the really nice sites that help you know what you MORE >>
MOBLEARN Lost in translation? Try a podcast!
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2006
About six months ago I wrote an article for a becta publication about the future technologies for learning (Full publication available for free from Becta) In it I quoted an african lady, moved to europe, who created podcasts for her euro-family to teach them her home language. These podcasts were a surprise hit worldwide! Today I tried to track her down - but she has gone missing. Instead MORE >>
MOBLEARN Great tools for learning about IT
| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2006
Many of the learners on our m-learning projects started as very unconfident users of PCs. One of the surprise findings was that involvement in mobile learning was a very solid launch pad into mainstream ICT learning. Mobile learners were building confidence to become ICT learners. This finding has been confirmed in several LSN reports and papers But what next? What are the tools you can use to MORE >>
MOBLEARN free SIM cards?
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2006
if, like us, you have a lot of mobile devices hanging around for trialling and testing, you will also be familiar with the pain of SIM swapping. picture the scene. You have 10 different phones you need to test your new phone game on. Each of the phones need a SIM in them to start up. But since you only lkeep the phones for testing you don't have a contract per phone.) well, the solution to MORE >>
MOBLEARN Make your own Playstation (PSP) resources!
| WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2006
This is a hot-off-the-press sneak preview. have just seen some of our mobile learning materials running on a PSP! We have been dabbling with it for a while, but what I am looking at right now is materials, built by a non-technical author, using our Mylearning authoring tool. The games were intended for display on a PocketPC, but the team here in cambridge have been reconfiguring MORE >>
- more PSP learning please! MOBLEARN | MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2006
- mobile learning myopia? MOBLEARN | FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2006
- more and more hands are holding handhelds. MOBLEARN | FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2006
- The mobile web is alive and well. in Africa! MOBLEARN | FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2006
- A Beacon award for mobile learning! MOBLEARN | MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2006
- Pocket PCs: storing them and charging them safely MOBLEARN | WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2006
- Put those podcasts to work on your PDA! MOBLEARN | WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2006
- m-learning in the cleaning sector MOBLEARN | TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2006
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