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How One Classroom Actually Used iPads To Go Paperless (Part 1: Research) | Edudemic

How One Classroom Actually Used iPads To Go Paperless (Part 1: Research) | Edudemic | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
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Mobile learning anytime, anywhere: What are our students doing?

Recent developments in mobile technologies have provided unique opportunities for learning and teaching. This paper reports on recent research undertaken at a …
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The latest article from our project to develop a mobile learning evaluation framework. #mlearn #mobilelearn #edtech #edchat #edu

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Mobile Learning Trends among Students in Vietnam

Mobile learning has the potential to expand access to education in developing countries. Little is known about the preferences of students in some Asian countr…
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10 Free Resources for Flipping Your Classroom

10 Free Resources for Flipping Your Classroom | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
Thanks to the folks over at Khan Academy, alternative modes of delivering classroom instruction are all the rage. We’ve got face to face models, labs, rotations, online-only, self-blend, and of course, flipped.
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A useful resource!

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Wearable technology – fashion drives the market | Australian Digital Futures Blog

Wearable technology – fashion drives the market | Australian Digital Futures Blog | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it

The recent decision by Google to halt production of its Glass augmented reality glasses is an important development in the wearable technologies space. The reason attributed to the product’s demise was succinctly summed up by BBC technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones, who felt that Google Glass users look daft.

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Check out this ADFI blog article by Neil Martin!

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Mobile Learning for Adult Education

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Mobile Learning for Adult Education, by Nell Eckersley: information about using mobile learning for adult education
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Bill Gates: digital learning will revolutionise education in global south

Bill Gates: digital learning will  revolutionise education in global south | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
Microsoft founder predicts cheaper digital devices and better software will bring big change to learning as lives of poor people improve faster than ever
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e-Learning on Tablets: Three Advantages of Using Tablets for ...

e-Learning on Tablets: Three Advantages of Using Tablets for ... | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
Technology in education has evolved from learning on black boards to learning on interactive whiteboards. Today, education is expanding to include e-Learning on tablets, desktops or laptops. There are three advantages to ...
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The $35 Tablet That Is Changing The Education Landscape In India

The $35 Tablet That Is Changing The Education Landscape In India | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
As anyone in the US with children of school-age can attest, technology enhanced learning has become a standard. Increasingly, that computing is embedded in the methods that children learn.
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20 Wonderful Online Museums and Sites for Virtual Field Trips to Use in Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

20 Wonderful Online Museums and Sites for Virtual Field Trips to Use in Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
20 Online Tours and Virtual Museums ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning http://t.co/YUzxHIDb8p via @medkh9 #ecmp355
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All without leaving home!

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The 23 Best Game-Based Education Resources for 2014

The 23 Best Game-Based Education Resources for 2014 | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
Edudemic has covered game-based learning and gamification in the classroom on numerous occasions in the past. When learning becomes a game, it’s an enjoyable, effective experience for students and teachers alike.
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A great way to engage learners!

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BYOD4L – Bring Your Own Devices For Learning | ALT Online Newsletter

BYOD4L – Bring Your Own Devices For Learning | ALT Online Newsletter | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
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What Teachers Need to Know about Depth of Knowledge (DOK) Framework ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

What Teachers Need to Know about Depth of Knowledge (DOK) Framework ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
RT @edwaves: What Teachers Need to Know about Depth of Knowledge (DOK) Framework http://t.co/ZW5Fn9Lk6q #mlearning #edtech
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How Google Glass Is Being Used In Classrooms Around The World

How Google Glass Is Being Used In Classrooms Around The World | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
I’ve been lucky to be a member of the Google Glass Explorer Program for the past year.
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Report reveals the staggering cost of being digitally savvy – especially if you have kids | Suncorp Bank

Families with children living at home are spending 50 per cent more to stay digitally connected to the world than singles, couples without children and empty nesters, according to figures released today by Suncorp Bank.

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Taking eBook Readers to Prisons: A Tale of Two Projects

This paper reports on a project that was first introduced to World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning attendees in 2012, the PLEIADES project (Portab…
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Zuckerberg and Others Discuss Growing the Internet | MIT Technology Review

Zuckerberg and Others Discuss Growing the Internet | MIT Technology Review | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
Efforts to expand Internet access via mobile technologies may be stymied by economic and social challenges.
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We often forget the other 60%. Interesting too, that 25% less women than men access the internet in the developing world.

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Gen Z: Growing and Learning with Mobile (Infographic below)

Gen Z: Growing and Learning with Mobile (Infographic below) | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
While educators have been busy trying to understand and teach Millennials and Generation Y over the past several years, a new generation of mobile natives has been growing up.
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App Gives Students an Incentive to Keep Their Phones Locked in Class – Wired Campus - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education

App Gives Students an Incentive to Keep Their Phones Locked in Class – Wired Campus - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
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Is this compatible with mobile learning? Good or bad?

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Mobile Citizen Science: nQuire-it Site Launched

Mobile Citizen Science: nQuire-it Site Launched | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it

#One of the most important aspects of using a mobile device for learning is being able to use it to interact with your environment. A major part of that is the various sensors that enable you to gat...

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A great application for mobile learning!

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iPad Apps for Education - Bloom's Digital Taxonomy & Using iPads for Autism Education

My iPads for Autism Education Course Series is now available with University of North Dakota Autism iPad Techniques to Bridge Learning Gaps http://educators....
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20 tips for mobile learning in Moodle – Moodlemoot 2014

Epic's Head of Learning Platforms Mark Aberdour presented a Pecha Kucha presentation at Moodlemoot 2014 in Edinburgh. This quickfire session presents 20 tips f…
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So simple, and yet somehow we still don't do it!

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7 Random Mobile Learning Stats | LearnDash

7 Random Mobile Learning Stats | LearnDash | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
7 Random Mobile Learning Stats http://t.co/ABRJe992wj
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Interesting!

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ADFI Celebrating Research Seminar: Dr Patrick O'Shea

Recently we welcomed Dr Patrick O'Shea of Appalachian State University for a research seminar titled 'An Introduction to the theory and practice of educational augmented reality games.'

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Explores augmented reality for education!

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How Teachers Make Cell Phones Work in the Classroom

How Teachers Make Cell Phones Work in the Classroom | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it
In the most ideal class settings, mobile devices disappear into the background, like markers and whiteboards, pencil and paper – not because they’re not being used, but because they’re simply tools.
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