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FSI 2012: A Classroom in Your Pocket: An Intro to Mobile Learning

Presented at FSI 2012 on May 16. In this session, participants will learn about mobile teaching and learning.
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Stephanie Richter

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Transcript of FSI 2012: A Classroom in Your Pocket: An Intro to Mobile Learning

A Classroom in Your Pocket
Introduction to Mobile Teaching and Learning
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Away from the classroom
In the REAL world
Uses mobile technology
What?
Why?
By 2014, mobile internet use will surpass desktop internet use
93% of adults age 18-29 use a cellphone
New ways of engaging with students
New ways of analyzing, creating
Mobile devices are distracting
Why not?
Not all students have smart phones
Who?
Smartphones
iOS (Apple)
Android
Blackberry
WebOS (Palm)
As of May 2011, 234 million Americans ages 13 and older used mobile devices
35% of Americans own smartphones
Source: PR Newswire, 2011, j.mp/rj5W3w
Source: As Learning Goes Mobile, PewInternet, October 2011, j.mp/KF7MdC
Source: Are We Wired for Mobile Learning? 2011
j.mp/pmWsUZ
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l
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Tablets
Apple iPad
Motorola Xoom
Samsung Galaxy Tab
Blackberry PlayBook
Others
Cell phones
Netbook
eReader
Laptop
Mobile Web
Native Apps
Full websites or mobile-optimized
Device agnostic
Cannot use advanced device features
More control
Duplicate development
Requires users to update
j.mp/ngbootcamp
Developed with html
Specialized languages
QR Codes
Shortcut for
typing
Life is mobile learning
Stephanie Richter
Instructional Technologies Coordinator
Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center
srichter@niu.edu
eBooks
Media
Common in
marketing
Scanned by
a reader
QR Codes can
Create for free at i-nigma.com or other sites
Project, print, or post online
Great for
Can contain
multimedia
More interactive
and customizable
than PDF
Can be created
with Pages,
iBooks Author, or
conversion software
Can be read on
desktops,
eReaders, or
mobile devices
Jan 2011, Kindle books outsells paperbacks on Amazon
Source: j.mp/qtC8OZ
Add notes,
highlight text,
lookup words
Most mobile
devices have
a camera
Ideas:
Photo scavenger hunt
Video demonstrations
Videos to practice presentations
Windows Phone 7
Source: nielsenwire, May 7 2012
j.mp/K3gr4T
Kindle Fire
According to Morgan Stanley 2010 prediction, http://j.mp/KQprJj
Source: As Learning Goes Mobile, PewInternet, October 2011, j.mp/KF7MdC
Source: Are We Wired for Mobile Learning? 2011
j.mp/pmWsUZ
Source: ECAR National Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2011
j.mp/vdyE30
Source: ECAR National Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2011
j.mp/vdyE30
Nook Color
Acer Transform
i-nigma
Qrafter
Send SMS
Open a link
Display a message
qrchocolates.com
bluemarblebrand.com
zazzle.com/rainforest
dynotag.com
handouts
contact info
scavenger hunts
information about
a location
Apps
Location-Based
Can use GPS capabilities of mobile devices
Use a check-in app like Foursquare
Can be game-based, like ARIS: arisgames.org
Get the presentation at j.mp/FSI12IntroMobile
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