In-Brief: mobile devices and learning Lyn Lall and Steve Saffhill firstname.lastname@example.orgGo to View > Header & Footer to editwww.jiscrsc.ac.uk/eastmidlands December 12, 2012 | slide 1 RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning
Do you have access toA. no mobile devicesB. your own mobile deviceC. your organisations single mobile deviceD. a number of different mobile devicesE. a suite of mobile devices
What mobile technology are learners using in your organisation?A. Learner owned devices predominantlyB. Apple devicesC. Android devicesD. A mix of devices including learner owned
Starting off with mobile devices for learning• Edutopia• BYOD or loaned devices?• What about disadvantaged learners?• Android or Apple?
Apps that are floating our boat• Smoothboard Air • Collaborate (not really an app) • Edmodo• Bambuser • Class Dojo• Notetaker • Google Drive• 123d Catch
What are some of your favourite apps?http://tinyurl.com/rscemmobile
From a single app to a workflow of appsDistribute Document Learners Document Tutor link to is stored develop converted uploads tolearners information to .pdf and Doc AS emailed to and tutor provides feedback. December 12, 2012 | slide 8