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MAY 21, 2010 The mobile future
Last week I went to another seminar, or rather a presentation about the future of the mobile web in 2010. The presenters, Markus Schärer ( Web2com AG, Germany & Switzerland) and Florian Wieser (Co & Co AG, Switzerland) both are leading consultants for online and multimedia projects and have been involved in the industry since the 90s. Other products which seemed promising to the presenters were the Lenovo U1, the Google Tablet, the Google Nexus One and of course the iPhone 4G. Some of these, obviously aren’t even on the market. In Europe that is.
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NOVEMBER 10, 2011 Are #mLearning projects in Africa really successful? #ICT4D critique
Although a propagator of learning with mobile devices, in this seminar John Traxler takes a look at learning with mobile devices from another angle, a critical one while looking for answers from all of us. During his seminar, John raised two major questions: Are learning projects based on mobile devices really helping Africa forward? John Traxler lives and breathes mobility.
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APRIL 19, 2012 #ict4d challenges to deliver sustainable #mLearning in developing regions
In a previous post I linked to a presentation by John Traxler , focusing on the discrepancy between current mLearning projects constructed by the mLearning research community that are often lacking rigorous evaluation and sustainable options, and the mobile corporate world pushing for scalable, sustainable mobile projects that are based on pragmatic, transparent facts. and so on.
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APRIL 22, 2010 ASCD Inservice: Mobile Learning: You Can Take It with You
In 2004, the Pew Research Center reported that 45 percent of teens had a cell phone. At "Growing Up with the Mobile Net," a seminar presented today by Common Sense Media, author Liz Keren-Kolb noted that this leads not only to "powered-down" students, but also to "powered-down" pedagogy. In 2009, that number jumped to 75 percent.
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MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 2009 dougbelshaw.com/blog » Blog Archive » Looking to the future of education: learning spaces and mobile devices
I’ve worked with them many times as part of their Teachers as Innovators programme, was interviewed for their website, and have presented with them at the BETT Show. Image by Dan Zen @ Flickr) Leave a Reply 176 views, 35 so far today | Tags: edte.ch , educational technology , Futurelab , learning spaces , mobile technologies , school design , Twitter My Seminar at BETT Interesting ways to use Twitter in the classroom 90% digital, or 12 ways my teaching ecosystem is evolving. Home About Archives Get in Touch! New here? Look to your right! Thanks for visiting! 7 views) Ed.D. MORE >>
MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2009 Pontydysgu – Bridge to Learning » Blog Archive » Using mobile devices in schools
One of the sponsored presentations. link] >> 3 hours ago Follow Graham Attwell on Twitter Social Networking: Thriving as a Community of Practice - free conference [link] via www.diigo.com/~cristinacost >> 4 hours ago Follow Cristina Costa on Twitter For field research on digital literacy and more ;-) : Link by Link: Exploring News by the Amish Online - [link] >> 15 hours ago Follow Dirk Stieglitz on Twitter Other Pontydysgu Spaces Pontydysgu on the Web Watch the Pontydysgu Videos Our Wikispace for teaching and learning Join our Sounds of the Bazaar Facebook goup. MORE >>
MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | SUNDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2009 Mobile learning & iTunes U | e-Taalim
Français e-Taalim Institutions Higher Education Professional Devolopment Resources Solutions Initiatives Research Events Mobile learning & iTunes U Sat, Dec 26, 2009 Featured articles , Resources , Solutions Mobile learning is getting more and more interest these days, as mobile devices are becoming more sophisticated and the infrastructure ready to support multimedia content. Once classroom presentations and lectures have been captured and published, students can download them from iTunes. Home About Archives Directory Sponsor Advertise Jobs Contact A A Eglish | ???? MORE >>
MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2009 Pontydysgu – Bridge to Learning » Blog Archive » Going mobile
One of the sponsored presentations was by a local elearning company who demonstrated their mobile learning platform. « Open seminar on Open Content Using mobile devices in schools » This entry was posted on Monday, September 21st, 2009 at 17:01 and is filed under Informal learning , Knowledge development , Mature , PLEs , Wales Wide Web , e-learning 2.0 , mobile learning. One of the sponsored presentations. was totally sceptical. The screen was to small I said, no-one would want to learn on a phone. was wrong. We had one laptop, two ipods and an iphone. MORE >>
MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | FRIDAY, JULY 31, 2009 Eye on Learning: Mobile learning for adult learners
View this interesting video: And, if youd like a quick overview an introduction to mobile learning, heres a great set of slides: GMU/DAU Mobile Learning Workshop View more presentations from judyb. ACCESS Project National ICT in Education Seminar The World is Flat OERs (Open Educational Resources) OpenCourseWare from USQ Web 2.0 Also in charge of quality, research and innovation at the university. skip to main | skip to sidebar Eye on Learning learning, e-learning, m-learning, Learning 2.0, Learning 3.0 Ten ways universities share information using soci. Web 3.0 4) web 3.0 MORE >>
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