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  • 1. Smart Phones, the next step to improving productivity in the circular world.
  • 2. Objectives/table of contents
    • Define smart phones. Pictures of smart phones.
    • 3. Effects of smart phones on productivity discussed comprehensively.
    • 4. Statistics of usage of smart phones and the increase in sales.
    • 5. Information on research done on smart phones.
    • 6. Research findings.
    • 7. Conclusion, on the effect of smart phones.
  • What is a smart phone?
    • A smart phone is a mobile phone offering advanced capabilities, with Pc like functionality.
  • Features of smart phones.
    • instant messaging applications.
    • 8. Decent sized internal hard drive to store email,etc.
    • 9. Receive, send email instantly which enables productivity.
    • 10. Allow easy editing and printing of documents.
    • 11. 3G web access and wi-fi enabled.
    • 12. Allow easy access to work place servers.
  • The positive impact of smart phones on the work place,social engagement & education.
    • Employees can send,receive email instantly.
    • 13. means,they are informed about office occurrences.
    • 14. Social engagement is instant and easy.
    • 15. thanks to applications like blackberry messenger,google talk.
    • 16. Students can access vital information from professors.
    • 17. .e.g cancelled,deferred classes,aided by smartphones.
    • 18. .with in built email function,employees can conduct business.
  • Smartphone Statistics by Mark Brownlow.
    pie-chart, shows smart phones sales.
    sales percentages give ideas to smartphone usage.
    figures for 2010 released by Gartner,they accounted for,
    297million(19%)of the 1.6billion mobile phones sold that year.
    that’s 72.1% more smartphone sales than in 2009.
    Research predicts global sales of 2.5billion over 210-2015 period.
    From figures smartphones are widely being used.
  • 19. Research done on smartphones and the research question.
    • Research:-The design & use of new technologies in adult education/vet & higher education.
    • 20. Introduction:It describes a project involving students at the faculty of education the university of Wollong(Melbourne),in using smartphones as tools in learning of a variety of subjects.
    • 21. Aim: To see whether students could complete a module on mobile learning.
    • 22. .i.e. students were required to develop an authentic resource in the form of a digital narrative or a teaching episode that would highlight a skill or concept required in their profession by using a smartphone to complete the task.
    • 23. Research Question: How do adult educators use a smartphone in creating a teaching episode in an authentic learning environment? What was possible with a smartphone that would have been difficult without it?
  • Research findings & Conclusion.
    Research Findings.
    With regard to the aforementioned presentation.
    It is clear that:-
    smartphones are beyond reasonable doubt, Impacting:
    the work place,social engagement and education positively.
    • It was found that by using a smartphone, most students;
    • 24. learnt how to edit and print documents.
    • 25. Shoot high quality videos & Edit them for their presentation tasks.
    • 26. Also to set up Wi-fi networks.