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Reynolds has a good grasp on the upcoming technology issues for general learning technologies. I actually believe the timelines are a bit faster then what he publishes, but these are useable for planning and projecting. Education and Technology Trends 2011 … Continue reading
Number 3: BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE ADVICE. For educators who want to find the best way to leverage their students’ devices, whether it’s their mobile phones or home laptops, CoSN’s newly launched Access4ed provides a host of resources about working … Continue reading
Knowing where we’ve come from will help us understand where we’re headed. Mobile learning in its purest form isn’t a new idea, although it is a new coin phrase that’s catching a lot of buzz. What exactly is mobile learning? … Continue reading
Why Mobile Is a Must We need a new educational model that makes learning personal and motivating, and helps secure our students’ future in the knowledge economy. Mobile technology opens the door to it. * By Mary McCaffrey * 02/08/11 … Continue reading
Mobile devices are becoming increasingly more powerful, better connected and are able to provide better user experience and new services based around location and context of users, which opens new possibilities for learning. The paper presents an overview of mobile … Continue reading
In my quest to understand how a mobile phone can be considered a learning tool, and whether it can actually help bridge the digital divide between low-income, at-risk kids and those with access to computers, I had an illuminating conversation … Continue reading
All Korean textbooks to go digital by 2015 From wire service reports South Korea believes that digital textbooks will bring about a sea change in the classroom and boost the country’s educational competitiveness. Thick textbooks weighing on students’ shoulders might … Continue reading
Teachers and administrators have been bringing technology into the classroom for decades now, but with the advent of cloud computing and the proliferation of smaller, more portable computers and Internet-capable devices, it’s now possible to bring the classroom into the … Continue reading
Although this article was published recently, it seems to address old PDA technology. I presume the findings would be quite different if the technologies studied included iPads and iPhones- CCD Technological developments influence every field of educational environments. With recent … Continue reading
HAYWARD, Calif.—On a rainy Wednesday morning at Tyrrell Elementary in Hayward, sixth-grade teacher Francisco Nieto was giving his students—all English language learners —an in-class assignment: To fill in the blanks of sentences with new words they learned from reading Lois … Continue reading
At a time when kids are putting mobile devices at the center of their social lives, Britannica Digital Learning is extending that to education, bringing the company’s highly acclaimed apps to schools through a discount program from Apple. via Bringing … Continue reading
In 2006, Naismith and Corlett, published “Reflections on Success: A Retrospective of the mLearn Conference Series 2002-2005” which focused on earlier pilot projects in mobile learning. The following were identified as critical success factors for mobile learning: via Success Factors … Continue reading
A national survey of more than 1,000 high school students, faculty, and IT professionals, finds that the more things change in educational technology—the more they stay the same. The second annual CDW-G 21st-Century Classroom Report, released today, finds faculty and … Continue reading
SlideShare presentation with lots of good mobile learning statistics- CCD The Advent Of Mobile Learning Technology.
More cool learning apps for mobile devices- CCD As a mobile learning device, the iPod Touch encourages learning anytime, anywhere! These mobile devices do not tie students to their desks or the classroom; they bring the world into the classroom … Continue reading