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E-Learning Future Trends for Mobile Technologies. An outline of 'Adam's Model of Digital Needs' and why reducing the associated issues at each level is important for allowing the full potential of ...

E-Learning Future Trends for Mobile Technologies. An outline of 'Adam's Model of Digital Needs' and why reducing the associated issues at each level is important for allowing the full potential of students own mobile devices.

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  • Link to the END of the Presentation, is from the bottom Left cupboard..’Bringing It All Together’ There are 3 ways to get to Discussion Boxes from this slide 1 – The Red Rectangle in the top left corner 2 – Clicking on the Kettle 3 – Clicking on the Biscuit Barrel takes you to a Pros and Cons Discussion Box Slide. ALL Discussion box slides will allow you to come back straight to whatever slide you were last at.

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  • Adam Blackwood
  • JISC Regional Support Centre South East www.rsc-southeast.ac.uk
  • . Example GIF Ideas What is Bluetooth Augmented Reality? Augmented What? Where is your Organisation The Dangers Proximity Communication Solutions Bluetooth ? Motivating the New Student Fears for the Future Issues Break
  • New Technology Old Fears…
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  • Turn your calculator off
  • The Phone
  • The Phone
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  • Twitter
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  • Motivation for Digital Students
  • Self Actualisation (Personal Growth, Fulfilment) Esteem (Achievement, Status) Relationship (People, Social Interaction) Safety (Protection, security) Basic Life Needs (Shelter, Food, warmth) Maslow’s Model of Hierarchy of Needs - Published 1954 to help explain the understanding of human motivation.
  • Self Actualisation (Personal Growth, Fulfilment) Esteem (Achievement, Status) Relationship (People, Social Interaction) Safety (Protection, security) Basic Life Needs (Shelter, Food, warmth)
  • Motivation for Digital Students Adam’s Model of Digital Needs
  • Self Actualisation (Personal Growth, Fulfilment) Esteem (Achievement, Status) Relationship (People, Social Interaction) Safety (Protection, security) Basic Life Needs (Shelter, Food, warmth) Self Actualisation (Understanding the technology, e-Learning, 2 nd Life?) Esteem (High numbers of ‘friends’ and ‘followers)’ on FB and Twitter, The latest Mobile Phone. Upgrade)) Relationship (Facebook and Twitter Connection , Chat Clients) Communication Comfort (Access to email, web browser) Connectivity (Power, Wireless) Adam’s Model of Hierarchy of Digital Student Needs - Developed 2009 to help explain understanding of socio-techno human motivation when entering a new space or campus .
  • Self Actualisation (Personal Growth, Fulfilment) Esteem (Achievement, Status) Relationship (People, Social Interaction) Safety (Protection, security) Basic Life Needs (Shelter, Food, warmth) Self Actualisation (Understanding the technology, e-Learning, 2 nd Life?) Esteem (High numbers of ‘friends’ and ‘followers)’ on FB and Twitter, The latest Mobile Phone. Upgrade)) Relationship (Facebook and Twitter Connection , Chat Clients) Communication Comfort (Access to email, web browser) Connectivity (Power, Wireless) Model of Hierarchy of Digital Student Needs
  • Self Actualisation (Personal Growth, Fulfilment) Esteem (Achievement, Status) Relationship (People, Social Interaction) Safety (Protection, security) Basic Life Needs (Shelter, Food, warmth) Self Actualisation (Understanding the technology, e-Learning, 2 nd Life?) Esteem (High numbers of ‘friends’ and ‘followers)’ on FB and Twitter, The latest Mobile Phone. Upgrade)) Relationship (Facebook and Twitter Connection , Chat Clients) Communication Comfort (Access to email, web browser) Connectivity (Power, Wireless) Model of Hierarchy of Digital Student Needs
  • Self Actualisation (Personal Growth, Fulfilment) Esteem (Achievement, Status) Relationship (People, Social Interaction) Safety (Protection, security) Basic Life Needs (Shelter, Food, warmth) Self Actualisation (Understanding the technology, e-Learning, 2 nd Life?) Esteem (High numbers of ‘friends’ and ‘followers)’ on FB and Twitter, The latest Mobile Phone. Upgrade)) Relationship (Facebook and Twitter Connection , Chat Clients) Communication Comfort (Access to email, web browser) Connectivity (Power, Wireless) Model of Hierarchy of Digital Student Needs
  • Self Actualisation (Personal Growth, Fulfilment) Esteem (Achievement, Status) Relationship (People, Social Interaction) Safety (Protection, security) Basic Life Needs (Shelter, Food, warmth) Self Actualisation (Understanding the technology, e-Learning, 2 nd Life?) Esteem (High numbers of ‘friends’ and ‘followers)’ on FB and Twitter, The latest Mobile Phone. Upgrade)) Relationship (Facebook and Twitter Connection, Chat Clients) Communication Comfort (Access to email, web browser) Connectivity (Power, Wireless) Model of Hierarchy of Digital Student Needs
  • Self Actualisation (Personal Growth, Fulfilment) Esteem (Achievement, Status) Relationship (People, Social Interaction) Safety (Protection, security) Basic Life Needs (Shelter, Food, warmth) Self Actualisation (Understanding the technology, e-Learning, 2 nd Life?) Esteem (High numbers of ‘friends’ and ‘followers)’ on FB and Twitter, The latest Mobile Phone. Upgrade)) Relationship (Facebook and Twitter Connection, Chat Clients) Communication Comfort (Access to email, web browser) Connectivity (Power, Wireless)
  • The Potential for Bluetooth
  • Touch and NFC Devices – Students ‘Touch’ the device with their phone and it ‘sends’ them their files. Students who have missed a day are automatically sent their file as they enter the campus The Tutor sends their files to the students in the proximity of the classroom. Students who are not in the lesson can be send the message via Bluetooth proximity broadcasting devices . In the Classroom Across the Campus Authentication BlueTooth
  • BlueTooth
  • 5 M 10 M 2 M 50M 100 M NFC ZigBee Bluetooth 1 (1Mbps) WiFi Bluetooth 2 (3Mbps) WiMAX 3.5G+ Text Graphics Internet Hi-Fi Audio Streaming Video Digital Video Multi-Channel Video Short Program Instructions Voice Bluetooth 3 (24Mbps) Global Increasing Bandwidth 
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  • Science Fiction Mobile Fact
  • Augmented Reality Apps
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  • Mobeedo Layar WikiTude WikiTude - Drive Augmented Reality Personal ID.
  • Summary Points
  • Your Points.. Thoughts - Ideas Calendar Events Address Book Contact Files.. Word, Excel Powerpoint Docs Picture Files
  • 60 Seconds 60 15 0 45 30 Example GIF Uses Start Timer
  • Useful Links.
    • www.tiny.cc/RSCSE_discussionboxes
    • www.tiny.cc/RSCSE_newpencilcase
    • www.rsc-southeast.ac.uk In The Classroom