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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
In general, the cloud is the concept of remotely hosted IT services (cloud apps) provided by a supplier (cloud providers)
Mobile Technologies for Learning and Assessment Twitter: #rsctvmlearn Grainne Hamilton e-Advisor: e-Assessment 15 February 2011.
Hot Topic mlearning. Ambition in Action Paula Williams Jo Kay Mobile Technology in Education Getting the message across ANYWHERE, ANYTIME…
ELearning 2006 Day 5 Julie Collareda. Day five - mLearning Definition Use of mobile phones and personal digital assistants (PDA) Examples.
Mobile-learning. Definition Mobile learning perspectives Mobile technologies Reasons for using mobile devices.
Hot Topic Conversations Using Social Media within TAFE NSW.
Cloud Computing FOR SCHOOL LIBRARIES Mary Rose V. Image by Equinix.com.
EM Councils – Member Development Network 5 December 2012 Empowering Councillors through ICT.
Addition to Networking. There is no unique and standard definition out there Cloud Computing is a general term used to describe a new class of network.
By: Paige Schulte. According to Dictionary.com, mobile devices are a portable, wireless computing device that is small enough to be used while held.
Mobile Technology in Education. Ambition in Action Mobile Technology in Education Getting the message across ANYWHERE, ANYTIME…
Guess what happens in an Internet minute? 204 million s are sent, six million Facebook pages are viewed and 1.3 million YouTube clips are downloaded.
ELearning 2006 Day 3 Julie Collareda. Day three – Web 2.0 & PLE Web 2.0 continued RSS Social bookmarking Photo sharing Podcasting Audacity
Visual Learning, Online Social Networks and Knowledge Construction Dr. Marina McIsaac Arizona State University Dr.
PRINT REDUCTION AND FLIPPED CLASSROOMS ADAM KURTH, ADM COMMUNITY SCHOOLS.
A Force for Good How can cell phones be used as instructional devices? Problem solving Students already use apps on phones and handheld devices to solve.
No Mobile App For Your Retail Business In 2013 Is Like Listening To The Radio To Watch The News! Mobile Marketing Made Easy!
STORAGE LOCAL OR ONLINE. DATA STORAGE: DATA YOU STORE ONLINE FILES SUCH AS IMAGES, SPREADSHEETS, VIDEO OR MUSIC. ONLINE DATA STORAGE: WHEN FILES ARE STORES.
Mobility Speed Anywhere Anytime By 2009 in the U.S. alone, wireless service revenue will surpass wireline service revenue for the first time.
1 Context-base Access Management in Ubiquitous Environment 윤혜진
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Wi-Fi Hotspot Guide Wi-Fi Hotspot feature lets you connect & share phones data connection (2G or 3G) to other five Wi-Fi devices through Wi-Fi This is.
R. FRANK NIMS MIDDLE SCHOOL A BRIEF INTRO TO THE MOBILE INTERNET.
NOTE: To change the image on this slide, select the picture and delete it. Then click the Pictures icon in the placeholder to insert your own image. CLOUD.
Franklin Consulting Wireless Networking in Education Tom Franklin TechLearn ‑ consulting.ac.uk.
DHP-W306AV is a new D-Link Powerline solution features n wireless speeds of up to 300 megabits per second and HomePlug AV data transmission speeds.
MLearning. What does teaching look like? Currently military schools are instructor centered Soldiers just sit and listen and test Goal is to create a.
Hot Topic Facilitating Online. Ambition in Action Facilitating Online Alex Hayes, eLearning Consultant Paula Williams, Learning & Innovation.
Can You Research Now? Mobile Computing Access in Libraries Jason Bernard, RIS Business Librarian Judith Pinnolis, RIS Humanities Librarian.
Smartphones. Lesson Objectives To understand and demonstrate an understanding of Smartphones.
UPnP Printing Joe Keller Product Manager Hewlett-Packard.
The Changing Face of the Contact Centre 18 th September 2013.
VIRTUAL WORLD LANGUAGE LEARNING. HISTORY 1970s Colossal Cave Adventure, a text- only simulation in which the user communicated with the computer by typing.
Mrs Lee Cheng Ean Associate University Librarian (Resources)
Cisco Confidential 1 © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 21 st Century Learning Video Enabled Teaching and Learning.
Knowledge Management Edmodo. What is edmodo ? Edmodo is a micro blogging platform created by Jeff O'Hara and Nic Borg. is an emerging style of communication.
MathAmigo Your Helping Hand. What is MathAmigo? K – 8 Math Software for Handheld Technologies and Computers.
Engaging Digital Natives with THEIR Technology Dr. Danan Myers Adjunct Day of Learning November 16, 2013.
SmartPhones Student 1 Student 2 Student 3. SmartPhone Definition “A SmartPhone is one device that can take care of all your handheld computing and communication.
Back to Start 1 of 10 Connect with a Mobile Device You can use your company’s Windows SBS computer network to extend your connectivity by using mobile.
Mobile technologies in the Classroom 21 st Century Learning What are mobile technologies? Mobile technologies are portable, wireless, and Wi-Fi enabled.
NEW MEDIA. “ New media i s a term that emerged in the later part of the twentieth century. For example, new media holds out a possibility of on-demand.
Stephen Masiclat Director, Graduate Program in Media Management The S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications Syracuse University.
Chapter 1 Digital Literacy Discovering Computers Technology in a World of Computers, Mobile Devices, and the Internet.
Introduction to Technology. Objectives Overview Differentiate among laptops, tablets, and servers Describe the purpose and uses of smartphones, digital.
Implement and deploy mobile learning at open universities -- The big promise and many challenges ahead Harris Wang School of Computing and information.
Strand 3 Maya Mangindin 3.5 Public and Personal Communications.
Electronic Diaries 1 Appropriate slots for appointments are automatically found; Routine appointments can be programmed in one easy step, for instance.
QR CODES What are they? A Quick Response code… something like a bar code you would see in the grocery store. QR’s were first created and used in Japan.
ITExpo January 24, 2006 Networks C OGNITRONICS Network Media Servers Conferencing and Collaboration Mike Keefe CTO Presented by.
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