In a newly released report, the GSMA points out that mobile has the potential to change dramatically the way education is delivered, thus enhancing learning for more than a billion people around the world.
Donovan Group Inc. , www.donovangroup.ca, today released the latest in its Tweep in Profile® podcast series, offering thoughtful insight into the emerging trends that organizations need to be capitalizing on, with guest Shel Holtz of Holtz...
Your iPhone’s camera can do more than just take photos. It can also help you record measurements for do-it-yourself projects.
I recently tested two apps – one that lets you record measurements on the photos you snap and another that also taps into your iPhone’s accelerometer to do the measuring for you. Here’s my look at how both these apps measure up.
In just a few years, handheld computers like smartphones and tablets have gone from niche items to the primary way many people use the Internet. Their popularity has led some supporters to predict that the devices will revolutionize how college students learn and experience college. Seton Hill University, in Pennsylvania, has branded itself as "the leader in mobile learning" and heavily advertises its iPad program as a way to reel in prospective students.
A useful report produced by Francis Kneebone and James Angus, under the Australian Flexible Learning Framework. The report covers methods for implementing m-learning, technical considerations and case studies the Youth ministry YMIS.
If you are interested in mobile learning (mLearning) in a variety of aspects, feel free to join MobiMOOC2012. MobiMOOC2012 is a free, open and online course that will focus on the subject learning with mobile devices in a wide variety of fields.
The course will show examples from around the world with facilitators and speakers from different continents. The registration is simple: just sign up for the MobiMOOC Google group and you will be informed of any new developments, announcements...
Details of the course: Date: 8 - 30 September 2012 Course format: open and with emphasis on discussion and knowledge exchange Cost: free Location of the course: online, the course uses many social spaces, but there are 2 core spaces the course wiki and the MobiMOOC Google group. How to register for the course: request membership for the MobiMOOC2012 group here.
The eLearning Guild has released its 2012 research report on current trends, practices, and important strategic considerations for mobile learning (mLearning). This report, by respected learning technology advisor Clark N. Quinn, Ph.D., updates the information in the 2011 Mobile Learning Research Report.
Over the past few years, increasing numbers of students in my classes have been using e-readers of different sorts. But this semester marks something of a turning point in that trend, as I’d estimate at least half of my students in each of my two literature courses this semester have been using e-readers.
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