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JUNE 24, 2010 IPhone- User Interface Guidelines- Part I
The iPhone’s revolutionary user interface has changed the way we look at mobile devices. The iPhone SDK let’s you create native applications for the device. The document is divided into two parts: Planning Your iPhone Software Product : Covers types of applications, fundamental human interface design principles and the iPhone OS environment. E.g. Mail.
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AUGUST 20, 2010 Training Plan For iPhone Application Development
Right now, everyone wants to develop applications for mobile devices and in particular for the iPhone, as it has changed the way we look at mobile devices. There is lots of material available about iPhone development on the web but very little about how to go about it. While working on IPhone development I have collected some links and we thought of creating a training plan for iPhone development for other Upsiders. The training plan below, assumes that you'll have the following skills to speed your iPhone development: Knowledge of C/C++/Java.
OCTOBER 11, 2010 | MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS
Place-based Learning and Mobile Devices – Part I
JULY 24, 2010 | MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS
Learning as Reflexive; Reality as a Series of Filters « The Ddeok is Always Greener on the Other Side ?? ?? ? ? ???
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NOVEMBER 15, 2009 The Powerful Combination of Mobile Devices and Learning Apps
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. The mobile device, after all, is a hardware tool that makes certain tasks possible but the actualization of those tasks ultimately depends on the use of software or web tools.
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OCTOBER 11, 2010 Place-based Learning and Mobile Devices – Part I
Utilizing the smart phone’s camera, GPS and real-time connection to a database allow any number of possibilities for a user to walk, point, and interpret. Here at Oregon State University, we recently finished a place-based tree tour iPhone application and many of these instructional issues helped us define our design and development process. UF Pest Identification.
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JUNE 27, 2010 Mobile Learning: A 4th Reading List
5) 50 Fun iPhone Apps to Get Kids Reading and Learning : This blog post provides links to iPhone apps that can be utilized for student learning. 9) 12 Interesting Ways to Use an iPod Touch in the Classroom : A google docs page providing various tips on utilizing an iPod Touch for Learning. 10) Why Mobile Innovation is Blowing Away PC’s : A Techcrunch article comparing innovation trends between mobile devices and PC and a discussion about why mobile will surpass PC’s. Links to the other 3 lists can be found at the bottom of this blog post.
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JUNE 9, 2009 E-learning in the Mobile World and the Right Business Model to Deliver It
I think it is safe to say that for most of us the personal computer is the first place we go when we are looking for web-based information; however, new web-ready mobile devices are emerging with increased speed and are blurring the line of what traditionally constitutes a viable endpoint for digital content. Have you seen the new Verizon netbook ? Is it a laptop, a souped-up PDA?
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THE MOBILE LEARNER iPods in Education Part 14: Enhanced Science Education
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010
True, mobile devices
work well across the curriculum. While I myself am not an expert in the field, I find the possibilities so exciting that I feel the need to add a bit to the conversation about using mobile devices
in science instruction. As a result, the app is currently only built for the iPhone
and iPad. In addition, there are the built in apps that can be utilized
during study: scientific calculator. camera for capturing images or recording results of experiments (iPhone
only but sure to come to the iPod Touch soon). Firstly, I go to the apps. MORE >>
MLEARNING IS GOOD M-Learning Decisions: Web App or Native App?
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2009
But one thing seems to be clear and that’s the fact that mobile browsers are getting much better and most newer mobile browsers are implementing the WebKit Open Source framework similar to what Apple did when they created Safari for the iPhone
. Native applications are great and can benefit from the performance gains of being on a device
. It also doesn’t hurt that so many devices
nowadays are Wi-Fi enabled. Check out these previous posts on Apps for the future and Google vs Apple to see where I was coming from. Some experts see consolidation among platforms (ex. MORE >>
MOBILE LEARNING This Edu-Netbook *might* be the best yet.
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2010
The Mirus Schoolbook Convertible looks like it’s a decent step forward in the design of a low-cost mobile computing device
for education. It’s a step up from existing netbooks and even the OLPC because it features a convertible design – the screen can be swivelled and locked flat so that it turns into a “tablet computer, which responds to both the built-in stylus and to finger touch (like an iPhone
). The finger-responsive touch screen is particularly useful in an educational tablet computer because if the device
as an ebook reader. MORE >>
ULEARNING BLOG Current thoughts on ubiquitous computing and learning
| SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 2010
Writing now some 14 months later, and being based in Australia as I am, I see currently three movements that indicate we as a country are further along the road to computing becoming just another human right/ utility
in the same way as electricity say. One Laptop Per Child Australia (with and partly for whom I am currently working) is at the very beginnings of deploying up to 400,000 XO learning devices
to remote schools in Western Australia, Northern Territory, and Queensland. The second sign is at the opposite end of the Australia schooling system – remote primary schools. MORE >>
UPSIDE LEARNING Will Mobile Apps Change Training Forever?
| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2010
With the availability of just-in-time access to information through mobile computing devices
(including tablets ) the notion of knowledge (sometimes a.k.a. Today there are hundreds of apps for education available on the Apple Appstore – here’s a big list of iPhone
apps for education. Foreman’s Mate – a utility
for the workers in construction industry. They will eventually replace a lot of varied tools, manuals, charts, technical support, calculators, and the like, perhaps making the mobile computing and communication device
the only tool one needs. Why Mobile? MORE >>
- Embracing Mobile To Educate For Tomorrow | MobileBehavior MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | SATURDAY, MAY 29, 2010
- Futures of Learning MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 2009
- "The students don't think of it as learning" | Education IT | ZDNet.com MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2009
- Learning as Reflexive; Reality as a Series of Filters « The Ddeok is Always Greener on the Other Side ?? ?? ? ? ??? MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | SATURDAY, JULY 24, 2010
- Mobile Learning: A Springboard Discussion - Taking Teaching Further MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2009
- The Mobile Generation « NWP Walkabout MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | MONDAY, MAY 18, 2009
- Relevant Science: "Mobile Learning: Trends and Challenges" MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 2010
- Cloud Computing: money and mobilty MLEARNING WORLD | FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2008
- Cloud Computing and mobility Part 2. MLEARNING WORLD | MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2008
- This Edu-Netbook *might* be the best yet. MLEARNING | TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2010
- Portable Apps: your PC in a USB key | Mobile Learning MLEARNING | TUESDAY, JULY 4, 2006
- mLearning-World.com: WebEx Presentation- Hitting a Moving Target: Serving the Mobile Learner MLEARNING WORLD | TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2007
- Media Encoding Tools for Mobile Learning MLEARNING TRENDS | WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2010
- Cell Phones in Education Part 2: Assistive Technology THE MOBILE LEARNER | SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2009
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