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Mobile learning roadtrip: a review of three not very well known m-learning projects that I love, and a look at some of the conceptual stumbling blocks that people seem to have with m-learning!

Mobile learning roadtrip: a review of three not very well known m-learning projects that I love, and a look at some of the conceptual stumbling blocks that people seem to have with m-learning!

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  • Pictures of “visual literacy”, and uploaded e-books / study guidesTools for a job (interview / pictures etc)
  • Pictures of “visual literacy”, and uploaded e-books / study guidesTools for a job (interview / pictures etc)Jess??? What else???

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  • 1. Mobile Learning road-trip
  • 2. Geoff Stead @geoffsteadwww.m-learning.org
    Director – Digital Learning Studio www.tribalgroup.co.uk
  • 3. Building collaborative literacy skills in South African Schools
    On the job learning for Taxi / Bus / Truck drivers across Europe
    BLOOM project
    MoLE project
    Building skills to support disaster relief.
    Mobile health
    Putting wrongs to right
  • 4. “ubuntu”
    Now in 5 schools in South Africa. All ages. Mix of devices
    All poor. All under-resourced. All about supporting the teachers.
    Ongoing - new batch of 1000 phones recycled by Sprint, USA
  • 5. E-Books where there is no paper
  • 6. Reading. Reference. Shared devices
    Improving the school dance!
    Poetry
    Discovery
  • 7. Politicised Visual Literacy
  • 8. Student generated quizzes – Natural sciences
  • 9. My lessons
    Ubuntu = Collaborative learning, and supporting multiple agendas
    Not about the devices – rather about a long term vision spanning multiple projects
    Don’t assume ...
    - Own devices. Shared devices.
    Successes from the simple things
    The bads?
    • logistics, especially when the devices are shared and the schedules are rigid
    • 12. cultural change takes time
  • BLOOM project
    On the job learning for Taxi / Bus / Truck drivers across Europe
    Working within existing pedagogies and approaches, then growing out
    Exploring BOTH the pedagogies, and the commercial model
  • 13. Micro-courses. Multi-lingual. When and where you need them
    Customised and translated by local trainers, unions, enthusiasts
  • 14. My lessons
    BLOOM project
    Extremely learner centric.
    • “Don’t under-estimate the willingness of a self-motivated learner”
    • 15. Average age group 35-45
    Working via local champions: Unions, Training organisations
    Importance of easy localisation and translation
    Balancing commercialisation with learning needs
    It keeps on going ...
    The bads?
    • clear communication with all stakeholders
  • MoLE project – m-learning for health, and disaster relief
    Access to better health, and medical information
    Multi-agency collaboration
  • 16. MoLE project – m-learning for health, and disaster relief
    Norway
    UK
    Poland
    Canada
    Romania
    Bulgaria
    Azerbaijan
    USA
    Italy
    CNE/CNA
    Egypt
    Mexico
    Funded by US Gvt
    Driven by Tele-medicine and ADL teams
    Wide number of beneficiaries
    Singapore
    Peru
    Technical advisors:
    Building x-platform Apps
    Localisation & translation
    Online frameworks to customise & create
    Open Source !!
  • 17. The learner is the traveller
    We are tour-guides
    Technology is the vehicle
    Learning the destination
  • 18. When you hear
    The best device you can use is an iPhone / Android / Streak ...
    you are choosing the transport, not defining the journey
    The learner is the traveller
    We are tour-guides
    Technology is the vehicle
  • 19. When you hear
    M-learning is all about connecting to our VLE with mobile phones
    you are merely discussing different routes
  • 20. When you hear
    Our software / tools / apps are all you need for successful m-learning
    You are comparing different ways of getting to the destination
  • 21. The learners have their own
    preferences
    The learning has its own needs
  • 22. Reminder: M-learning is broader than just courses(it’s the journey)
    Location aware (GPS)
    Text messaging (SMS)
    Social networking
    Virtual worlds
    Phone calls
    Collaboration tools
    Media capture (image, sound, video)
    Media playback
    Media sharing
    eBooks
    Surveys / polls
  • 23. When planning your route, see where mobile fits
    Characteristics:
    Single and Multi-usersIn a class group and aloneLearning vs Screening vs Performance support vs ReferenceEvidence collectionSmart searchShort and sharpBuilding recallRe-use of existing e-learning vs new-build
  • 24. Mobile course interactivity involves compromise
    Works on more devices
    Richer interactivity
    But there are some great toolkits & frameworks out there trying to make sense of this ...
  • 25. Other tour guides you may find useful ...
    Molly project
    layar.com
    wikitude.org
  • 26. Images by GeoffStead/Tribal, JessWakelin/Tribal, PlayingWithBrushes/Flickr, DVidsHub/Flickr, Pierre Poliquin, MarkRichardson/ZenAndNow, Eurodroid
    Who was that?
    Geoff Stead, Digital Learning Studio, Tribal
    @geoffsteadmoblearn.blogspot.com
    www.m-learning.org
    The learner is the traveller
    We are tour-guides
    Technology is the vehicle
    Learning the destination