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  • Leveraging technologies or bringing new technologies into the classroom can often be uncomfortable <br />
  • Tools <br />
  • Luddites <br />
  • Technology is a disruption and is often difficult to deal with…much like trying to get rid of a bomb <br />
  • What is the biggest obstacle to tech in school? Students not allowed to use tech in school. <br />
  • The pile of cell phones tells one story, but the body language of the in the first row tells an even bigger story. <br />
  • Students will use devices, to access information, tweet, comment your lecture, get over it. <br />
  • Military mobile field phone <br />
  • The introduction of the iPhone 2007 basically changed classroom technology. <br />
  • We often think of this as the zombie apocalypse. <br />
  • As educators, we often think of this as the zombie apocalypse. <br />
  • As educators, we often think of this as the zombie apocalypse. <br />
  • ½ of 1% of students will sign up for general SMS notifications about class <br />
  • SMS can be an important tool in communicating with students. <br />
  • SMS notifications can be a “Get Out of Jail Free” card for you later in the term. <br />
  • 98% of students will sign up for SMS notifications if it about cancelling class <br />
  • Old technology plus new technology transforms the older technology into something new. <br /> 10 year old daughter works on her math homework in the treehouse with a blackboard, <br /> Apple FaceTime and email. <br />
  • Old technology plus new technology transforms the older technology into something new. <br /> 10 year old daughter works on her math homework in the treehouse with a blackboard, <br /> Apple FaceTime and email. <br />
  • Old technology plus new technology transforms the older technology into something new. <br /> 10 year old daughter works on her math homework in the treehouse with a blackboard, <br /> Apple FaceTime and email. <br />
  • LMS apps support iPhone, Android and Blackberry. But what are your students bring to class? <br />
  • Most likely a feature phone or other Os not supported by the app. <br />
  • BYOD <br />
  • Students become closed off to content become disengaged. <br />
  • An LMS effectively padlocks your course content <br />
  • Solution – go responsive <br />
  • Solution – go responsive <br />
  • Pioneering is difficult, filled with tangents, stumbles and getting lost. <br />
  • Pioneering is difficult, filled with tangents, stumbles and getting lost. <br />
  • Pioneering is difficult, filled with tangents, stumbles and getting lost. <br />
  • Pioneering is difficult, filled with tangents, stumbles and getting lost. <br />
  • Tools <br />
  • Tumblr is an excellent tool for field research, students being able to post text, photos, video <br />

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  • Guacamelee copyright Juice Box Games Leveraging mobile to increase student engagement Andrew Smyk High Ed Web – Michigan May 20, 2013
  • Andrew Smyk Program Coordinator twitter: @andrewsmyk Interactive Multimedia Sheridan College Leveraging mobile to increase student engagement Andrew Smyk HighWeb Ed – Arkansas July 27, 2012
  • New technologies Leveraging mobile to increase student engagement Andrew Smyk HighWeb Ed – Arkansas July 27, 2012
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/thetriggerhappypenguin/5141870424
  • Comfy? Let’s begin 6
  • Content Knowledge 1.1 WHAT?!?
  • #icantbelievehejustusedaninvertedgutwrenchpowerbomb beinchargeofyou.com 8
  • Professors With Personal Tweets Get High Credibility Marks http://chronicle.com/blogs/wiredcampus/professors-with-personal-tweets-get-high-credibility-marks/30635
  • Content Knowledge No Twitter With Twitter 1.8 4.6
  • What do the slate tablet, pencil, calculator, laptop and cell phones all have in common?
  • What do the slate tablet, pencil, calculator, laptop and cell phones all have in common?
  • 15
  • .5% of students will sign up for general SMS notifications about class
  • 98%
  • 98% of students will sign up for SMS notifications if it is about cancelling class
  • 31
  • Broadcasting and communicating needs to be focused and strategic
  • •Folding Chalk Board + •Face Time
  • •Folding Chalk Board + •Face Time Building relationships with technology
  • Learning Management Systems Leveraging mobile to increase student engagement Andrew Smyk HighWeb Ed – Arkansas July 27, 2012
  • Become a LMS Luchador Leveraging mobile to increase student engagement Andrew Smyk HighWeb Ed – Arkansas July 27, 2012
  • your LMS is a Black Box
  • build a Clear Box experience
  • What about my mobile LMS app?
  • But it’s a BYOD world
  • 55% can’t participate
  • #ffly #rwd
  • • responsive Wordpress themes • responsive boiler plates • responsive frameworks
  • What to learners/students want? Content Access Presentation/ Attractiveness Communicative Enablement Technical Functionality Learner Support July – September 2004: International Journal on E-Learning Alex Koohang & Jacques De Plessis
  • It’s all about the Content and content access
  • Create opportunities for full (contact) interaction with your course content
  • Multi-sensory experiences enhance interaction and the relationship with content
  • The higher the number of devices you can reach, the higher the engagement with your course content.
  • access = engagement (that’s pedagogy, baby!)
  • Free-roaming learners Anywhere, Anytime 57
  • Mobile has become the student’s first choice for internet access - NMC Horizons Technologies Report 2011
  • 48% of 18 to 29-year-olds, a mobile phone is the primary way of getting online - Cell Internet Use 2012 – Pew Internet
  • 90 percent of young people sleep next to their cell phones – Pew Research Center The Databank
  • 90 percent of young people sleep next to their cell phones – Pew Research Center The Databank
  • Pivot, Snack, Burst
  • students “snack” in bed and more often during times of boredom
  • 4 in 10 students do last second prep on a phone before a test - Hack College Survey
  • students do last second prep on a phone before a test - Hack College Survey
  • students do last second prep on a phone before a test - Hack College Survey
  • Quality of Content Strictly LMS 1.2 4.6 Mobile Friendly Built in Bias?
  • Forge ahead
  • Make mistakes
  • Stay calm
  • There is no road map
  • • encourage tweeting • provide a hashtag • post tweets relevant to content • retweet relevant student tweets • acknowledge student work*
  • 44% of its active user base access FB using mobile
  • • posting class notices • responding to student questions • general topic conversations • providing resources
  • Ethnography • text • email • camera
  • Examples of evolving user interfaces (photo journal)
  • It’s OK to make mistakes, this is not brain surgery (Unless you are actually doing brain surgery)
  • will Students forgive mistakes, when trying to implement something new. (You will get lots of feedback how to make it better) (Unless you’ve performed brain surgery on said students)
  • Questions? Comments? twitter: @andrewsmyk andrew@andrewsmyk.com Leveraging mobile to increase student engagement Andrew Smyk HighWeb Ed – Arkansas July 27, 2012
  • Resources & Credits • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • http://www.flickr.com/photos/21976482@N04/3244983458/sizes/z/in/photostream/ - treasure - Piotr Lewand http://www.flickr.com/photos/cavercaroline/4425551695/sizes/l/in/photostream/ - phone in bed - Caroline Caver http://www.flickr.com/photos/photogirlaz/4524779331/sizes/l/in/photostream/ - sleeping - Photo Girl AZ http://www.flickr.com/photos/hackny/5607484228/ - Lecture Hall – Hack NY http://www.flickr.com/photos/threehundredsixtyfive/3506146606/sizes/l/in/photostream/ - chalkboard - Unique Apple http://www.flickr.com/photos/rosipaw/4328473236/sizes/l/in/photostream/ - cellphones - Rosie Paw http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephenccwu/3403571542/sizes/l/in/photostream/ - student surfing – Stehpen CC Wu http://farm1.static.flickr.com/178/437300414_c9c2c0ef78_b.jpg - payphone keyboard http://www.flickr.com/photos/terrycady/5399344827/sizes/l/in/photostream/ - Stanton Cady - speakers http://www.flickr.com/photos/cubagallery/3986524856/sizes/o/in/photostream/ - Cuba Gallery - old radio http://www.flickr.com/photos/leehaywood/7509715314/sizes/l/in/photostream/ - Lee Haywood - military radio http://www.flickr.com/photos/vincetemplement/3333125657/sizes/z/in/photostream/ - zombie - Vince Templement http://www.flickr.com/photos/christopherw/536546030/sizes/l/in/photostream/ - messy room - Christopher Woods http://www.flickr.com/photos/margolove/2309415588/ - Chalk Board –Margolove http://www.flickr.com/photos/lyza/7382255242/ Trail of Devices – Lyza Danger Cellphones in a Pile - Courtesy Geitan Lee, flickr.com Blackboard Mobile Learning - http://www.blackboard.com/Platforms/Mobile/Products/Mobile-Learn.aspx Professors With Personal Tweets Get High Credibility Marks Essential Elements of Digital Literacies Cell Internet Use NMC Horizons Technologies Report 2011 Educating for innovation Architecting Usability Properties in the E-Learning Instructional Design Process