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  • Agenda:What is a Mobile DeviceWhat are the different typesWhat are the trends/Why is it important to understand where mobile is goingBenefits of Using Mobile DevicesFeatures of Mobile devices-Wifivs 3GAppseBooksHow can we best prepare for the shift?
  • 2010 Mobile Statistics provided by NielsenThere are 223m mobile phone users in the US 18% are Smartphones26% have the web/data package, up 33% since 2008Currently only 7% of mobile device owners viewed video on their phonesIn Q-3 of ‘09 over 25% of all mobile devices sold were Smartphones, 2010 it is predicted to be 40-50%.Looking ahead to mid-2011 it is estimated there will be 150m Smartphones in use in the US. 120m will be web-enabled.Video viewership will surge from 5m now, to 120mTexting has gone from 75b in 2008 to 1 trillion in 2009.
  • Discuss the Information Literacy and Technology Fluency and it’s importance.
  • Deb-We came upon an agreed upon definition of a mobile device. Generally when people talk about “mobile” it may or may not include a laptop.
  • Mobile Tablet – (Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Lenovo Thinkpad Slate, Blackberry Playbook)Smartphone- (iPhone, Blackberry, Android) ….uses its own system software, such as RIM (BlackBerry), Windows Mobile, or Apple iOSeReaders (Kindle, Nook, Sony Reader ) An e-book reader is an electronic device that is designed primarily for the purpose of reading digital e-books, periodicals and listening to audiobooks.
  • Do you have any you’d like to add? Why did you buy a mobile device/tablet?
  • "WiFi" is the nickname for Wireless Fidelity - high speed internet and network connection without the use of wires, cables and other stuff you can trip over.
  • iPhone, iPad, iTouch
  • Must use a g-mail account to get apps.
  • What is a mobile site? Any site that takes standard data and optimizes it to be viewed on a mobile device.
  • There is already a Blackboard Mobile Learn app available as a free download through iTunes or Google apps (tablets)What if we created a FSU mobile app. What would it look like
  • Virtual Storage via Internet or Wan.Mobile changes the way we save, share and access our data. Using cloud storage allows you to more efficiently access your personal documents
  • For more involved web browsing, reading, watching videos, or to use any of the tens of thousands of Internet productivity and lifestyle applications, the tablet provides just enough extra space to enable comfortable use over longer periods of time
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  • Mobile technology presentation

    1. 1. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATIONMobile Technology
    2. 2. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATION Presented by Clair Waterbury Instructional Technologist eto@framingham.edu
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    12. 12. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATIONAccording to a recent report frommobile manufacturer Ericsson, studiesshow that by 2015, 80% of people accessingthe Internet will be doing so frommobile devices.-Horizon Report Mobile is changing the way we work, learn, play, communicate and much more. It’s not just a trend.
    13. 13. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATION What is a mobile device?Any portable technology running an operatingsystem optimized or designed for mobilecomputing.Wikipedia: A mobile device (also known as a handhelddevice, handheld computer or simply handheld) is asmall, hand-held computing device, typically having adisplay screen with touch input and/or a miniaturekeyboard and less than 2 pounds.
    14. 14. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATION What are the different types of devices?Mobile Tablets Smartphones eReaders
    15. 15. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATION Poll Questions Do you own a mobile device? Do you own more than one device? What device do you own?
    16. 16. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATIONBenefits of Mobile Technology • Portability • Accessibility • Ease of use • Apps • Built in Features: Camera, Email, etc • Personalization • Convenience!
    17. 17. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATION 4G VS WIFI 4G WIFI• Cellular Internet Connection • Wireless connection• Range: Can be accessed nearly • Range: Approx. 200 feet of an access anywhere point • Use: Best for watching• Use: Best for surfing the videos, uploading, and downloading web, checking email and reading • Limits: No plan required, data amount• Limits: Requires data plan usually is not limited
    18. 18. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATION iOS Apps Apple iOSPurchase Apps for Apple Devices in iTunes Must have an Apple ID Can sync apps to other devices using iCloud
    19. 19. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATION Android Apps Android Devices Android MarketplacePurchase Apps for Android Devices from the AndroidMarketplace Must have an Gmail Account Purchase apps, music, books, and movies
    20. 20. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATION What is an optimized mobile site?Northern Essex Umass Boston Westfield StateCommunity College
    21. 21. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATIONDoes FSU have mobile sites?
    22. 22. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATIONWhat is the Cloud?
    23. 23. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATIONMobile devices should not beseen as replacement PC/laptopalternatives
    24. 24. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY TASK FORCE
    25. 25. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY TASK FORCEiPad Hands-on Activity• Separate into groups of two-three• Distribute iPads• iPad overview (handout guides) • Fooducate Lesson • Download app • Use Browse and/or scan option search for item • Record results on document
    26. 26. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY TASK FORCEFor next class-• Sign up for youtube or gmail (unless you already have an account)• Bring camera, tripod or webcam (computer)

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