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Teaching & Learning - Cell Phones in Class: A Student Survey - Magna Publications

Teaching & Learning - Cell Phones in Class: A Student Survey - Magna Publications | IPAD, un nuevo concepto socio-educativo! | Scoop.it
Cell phones in the classroom—it’s a topic that generates much consternation among faculty. Are policies that prohibit their use enforceable? Are students texting in class? If so, how many? If a student is texting, does that distract other students? Are students using their phones to cheat? Are there any ways cell phones can be used to promote learning? The questions are many and the answers are still a long way from definitive.

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10 Colleges Most Creatively Using Mobile Technology | Online Universities

10 Colleges Most Creatively Using Mobile Technology | Online Universities | IPAD, un nuevo concepto socio-educativo! | Scoop.it
Get inspired by some of the creative ways these schools have harnessed mobile media for current and future students.

by: http://www.onlineuniversities.com/about/

 

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Seeing as how mobile devices and related technologies have completely overtaken a good chunk of society already, naturally the education sector has followed suit. Oddly enough, though, smartphones, social media, tablet computers, and other hallmarks of the mobile technology revolution still have yet to fully creep onto campus, with many schools somewhat puzzled over exactly what to do with the exciting new toys the kids are into these days. Others, however, saw innovation as opportunity, and went about drawing up innovative strategies for letting these digital developments enhance lessons, streamline college life, open up new possibilities, or some combination thereof. Get inspired by some of the seriously cool, creative ways the following schools have harnessed mobile media for current and future students

 


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Dokeos 2.1: mobile learning | Dokeos

Dokeos 2.1: mobile learning | Dokeos | IPAD, un nuevo concepto socio-educativo! | Scoop.it

Yes, we've become nomads ! The smartphones and tablets market is exploding, disrupting training practices.

 

Dokeos 2.1 was thoroughly redesigned for mobile devices. Because mobility is not only a change of support, but a change in practices, leading to an intuitive and touchscreen experience.


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Teaching With Tablets | Inside Higher Ed

Teaching With Tablets | Inside Higher Ed | IPAD, un nuevo concepto socio-educativo! | Scoop.it

Stephanie Hedge is a graduate student in the Department of English at Ball State University. You can follow her on twitter at @slhedge.


I present this post with a two caveats: first, this post is written with iPads in mind (particularly as I discuss apps), because that’s what I use, but the basic principles hold for any tablet, including the neat-o Microsoft Surface. Secondly, I recognize that tablets can be prohibitively expensive for graduate students. However, new advances in tech are bringing down prices, and some schools may provide a tech budget for students. Check what kinds of devices are available to you! Although the cost can be high, I find the flexibility and utility of an iPad to be well worth the investment.

Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/gradhacker/teaching-tablets#ixzz2DXpCoLQr
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Schools head hails 'magic' of learning via smartphone

Schools head hails 'magic' of learning via smartphone | IPAD, un nuevo concepto socio-educativo! | Scoop.it
The death of classroom textbooks is predicted today by the new leader of the country's top girls' schools.

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Ray Tolley's comment, December 29, 2011 7:29 AM
Yes, but why only smartphones?