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Monthly Archives: September 2011
In keeping pace with technological advances in education, George Fox University is now supplying all incoming students to its master’s degree in teaching program with Apple’s new iPad 2 device. Beginning with this fall’s cohorts, candidates in the university’s Master … Continue reading
I often ask my parents what college — and, therefore, learning — was like before the Internet came to be. Because when I enrolled at Indiana University in 2005, the Internet ran the show. My classes were organized, registered and … Continue reading
Seattle, WA – September 21, 2011 – Ambient Insight’s latest report indicates that the worldwide market for Mobile Learning products and services will grow from $ 3.2 billion in 2010 to reach $ 9.1 billion by 2015. The five-year compound … Continue reading
Epic is proud to be sponsoring the International Mobile Learning Challenge, run by the International Association of Mobile Learning. The Mobile Learning Challenge seeks to uncover new and inspiring ideas to address learning on mobile devices. It has attracted the attention of … Continue reading
Mobile learning – Push or pull? The universal advice for m-learning is to keep it short. The argument is that workers these days are busy professionals with the attention span of a juvenile gnat, so anything longer than a few … Continue reading
In this latest STAR (School Technology Action Report), “Education’s Guide to Mobile Devices: Everything You Need to Know About Mobile Tech and Your Schools,” the editors of eSchool Media Inc.—with support from Kaseya—highlight what every school needs to know about … Continue reading
The renowned physician William Mayo said that “in order that the sick may have the benefit of advancing knowledge, a union of forces is necessary… It has become necessary to develop medicine as a cooperative science.” The IAEA’s Human Health … Continue reading
In 20 years our technology will reach a level of personalization that will enhance every moment of our lives. We’ll be more physically comfortable with the furniture we sit on and the products we hold; only the most relevant and … Continue reading
I am sick of people saying that the iPad is for consuming and not creating online digital content. There is no doubt that the iPad is a great device to browse the web, read an eBook and check email (consuming) … Continue reading
In 2008 for the first time, laptops outsold desktops. In 2010 for the first time, smartphones outsold laptops. We are entering a new technology age. But rather than calling it the “Post- PC Era,” which is a negative way to … Continue reading
ZEELAND — As students walk through the halls of Zeeland West High School, their backpacks are a little lighter. Stacks of paper and some textbooks have been replaced by the Apple iPad — one for every high-schooler in the district. … Continue reading
Learning about mLearning: Thoughts from The International Mobiles for Education Symposium | MobileActive.org
USAID recently hosted the International Mobiles for Education Symposium (M4Ed4Dev for short) in Washington, DC. The conference brought together academics, development professionals, tool developers, educators, and representatives from the private sector to assess the current state of mLearning and consider … Continue reading
With the advent of the 2011/2012 school year, teachers who have access to mobile technology are scrambling to find the best education apps for the iPod Touch, iPad and iPhone. Educators use apps for everything from communicating with students to … Continue reading
In 20 classrooms at the University of Michigan (UM), smart phones and laptops are no longer the bane of professors’ professional lives. via Profs use student smart phones to their advantage | eCampus News.
Mobile learning is more than simply learning via mobile devices (see What is mobile learning?). Planned and implemented properly, mobile learning initiatives allow for educational institutions to reflect upon the nature of their provision for learners via Mobile Learning infokit … Continue reading