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Unplugged: getting mobile in education Gihan Lahoud Sydney Institute, TAFE NSW
Smartphone Penetration 2011
How Smartphones are being used
@SI Survey - Which of the Internet based activities do you use on your handheld device?
Every 6.5 minutes 150 times a day
Possibilities for teaching and learning........
What is mLearning? Device Pocket size 80% with you Connected Personal Mlearning is no just about being mobile Ubiquitous access Not about the device – but the experience and capability Look at what your students are using
Examples Travel and Tourism Automotive Draping
Tools /Apps Facebook Dropbox Video – YouTube Images – flickr/picasa Goodreader Quick office Pages
Student feedback - benefits Learning is personal Ubiquitous Portable - anytime anywhere Student centred – peer to peer networks Saves time Green
Challenges Wireless access Equity Security Test apps
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Mobile Technologies for Learning and Assessment Twitter: #rsctvmlearn Grainne Hamilton e-Advisor: e-Assessment 15 February 2011.
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