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A presentation for the JISC RSC Mobile Learning event on 21 March 2012 in London.

A presentation for the JISC RSC Mobile Learning event on 21 March 2012 in London.

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  • Mobile Learning:Let’s Get Started! Image CC BY-NC Curnen
  • Structure:Intro Mobile Learning infoKit Pros and cons Pedagogical underpinnings Case studies Quick wins
  • Doug Belshaw, Researcher/Analyst atJISC infoNet, is one of the authors of theJISC Mobile Learning infoKit. In thissession, Doug will present the pros andcons of learning and teaching withmobile devices as well as thepedagogical underpinnings of doing so.He will give examples of whatinstitutions are currently doing in the FEand HE sectors and share some ‘quickwins’ for getting started.
  • Doug Belshaw, Researcher/Analyst atJISC infoNet, is one of the authors of theJISC Mobile Learning infoKit. In thissession, Doug will present the pros andcons of learning and teaching withmobile devices as well as thepedagogical underpinnings of doing so.He will give examples of whatinstitutions are currently doing in the FEand HE sectors and share some ‘quickwins’ for getting started.
  • Researcher/Analyst Senior Leader Teacher Husband Father WriterDoug Belshaw Tweeter(@dajbelshaw) Photographer Swimmer Runner Guitar player
  • Doug Belshaw, Researcher/Analyst atJISC infoNet, is one of the authors of theJISC Mobile Learning infoKit. In thissession, Doug will present the pros andcons of learning and teaching withmobile devices as well as thepedagogical underpinnings of doing so.He will give examples of whatinstitutions are currently doing in the FEand HE sectors and share some ‘quickwins’ for getting started.
  • infoKitsInnovation Programme supportWorkshops http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk Guidance Synthesis
  • Doug Belshaw, Researcher/Analyst atJISC infoNet, is one of the authors of theJISC Mobile Learning infoKit. In thissession, Doug will present the pros andcons of learning and teaching withmobile devices as well as thepedagogical underpinnings of doing so.He will give examples of whatinstitutions are currently doing in the FEand HE sectors and share some ‘quickwins’ for getting started.
  • Helpful guides:Emerging Practice Mobile Learning in a Digital Age infoKit (JISC) (JISC infoNet)
  • http://bit.ly/mobilelearninginfokit
  • Doug Belshaw, Researcher/Analyst atJISC infoNet, is one of the authors of theJISC Mobile Learning infoKit. In thissession, Doug will present the pros andcons of learning and teaching withmobile devices as well as thepedagogical underpinnings of doing so.He will give examples of whatinstitutions are currently doing in the FEand HE sectors and share some ‘quickwins’ for getting started.
  • Let’s deal with some myths about mobile learning...
  • Mobile Learning Myth #1Mobiledevices havescreens too smallto allow for learning. Image CC BY Dominik Syka
  • Mobile Learning Myth #2 n t ioMobile are a a c t rdevices d is Image CC BY-SA Ed Yourdon
  • Mobile Learning Myth #3Mobilelearningis justlearningon themove     Image CC BY-SA themonnie
  • Mobile Learning Myth #4Mobilelearningis aboutbite-sizedcontent Image CC BY-NC-ND Jorge Quinteros
  • Mobile Learning Myth #5 Mobile devices make learning inaccessible   Image CC BY-NC-SA daveknapik
  • Mobile Learning Myth #6 Mobile devices: kidz jus grok it Image CC BY-SA garryknight
  • Work-based learning isabout context.
  • Mobile learningis also very muchabout context.
  • Doug Belshaw, Researcher/Analyst atJISC infoNet, is one of the authors of theJISC Mobile Learning infoKit. In thissession, Doug will present the pros andcons of learning and teaching withmobile devices as well as thepedagogical underpinnings of doing so.He will give examples of whatinstitutions are currently doing in the FEand HE sectors and share some ‘quickwins’ for getting started.
  • Where to go for theory and context: http://mobilereview.jiscpress.org
  • Laurillard’s conversational framework arning bile le to mo levant ks r e eworF ram Park’s framework for mobile learning
  • Koole’s model for framing mobile learning arning bile le to mo levant ks r e eworF ram Puentadura’s SAMR model
  • Puentadura’s SAMR model: http://www.hippasus.com/rrpweblog
  • Thom Cochrane’s Mobile Web 2.0 http://web.me.com/thom_cochrane/MobileWeb2
  • Doug Belshaw, Researcher/Analyst atJISC infoNet, is one of the authors of theJISC Mobile Learning infoKit. In thissession, Doug will present the pros andcons of learning and teaching withmobile devices as well as thepedagogical underpinnings of doing so.He will give examples of whatinstitutions are currently doing in the FEand HE sectors and share some ‘quickwins’ for getting started.
  • HigherEducation
  • QR Codes: Suffolk (Case Study 8, Emerging Practice)
  • Campus information: Oxford (Case Study 9, Emerging Practice)
  • Campus information: Bristol (http://mymobilebristol.com)
  • SMS: ALPS(Case Study 7, Emerging Practice)
  • FurtherEducation
  • http://delicious.com/elearningcasestudies
  • ““I can access the e-portfolios wherever I am,either using the college’s or other designatedWi-fi, or via 3G whilst out at the learners’workplace which is particularly useful. I cangive feedback to the learner and employerwhilst on site – not just on a singleobservation, but on overall progress whichemployers really value. I can upload my reportalong with any evidence submitted and showthe candidate what they need to do next.” Matt Thompson, Construction and Plumbing assessor
  • Oakwood Court College
  • Doug Belshaw, Researcher/Analyst atJISC infoNet, is one of the authors of theJISC Mobile Learning infoKit. In thissession, Doug will present the pros andcons of learning and teaching withmobile devices as well as thepedagogical underpinnings of doing so.He will give examples of whatinstitutions are currently doing in the FEand HE sectors and share some ‘quickwins’ for getting started.
  • Quickwins
  • Quick wins“Communications tools dont get sociallyinteresting until they get technologicallyboring.” (Clay Shirky)
  • Quick wins SMS“Communications tools dont get sociallyinteresting until they get technologicallyboring.” (Clay Shirky)
  • Quick winsSocialmedia SMS “Communications tools dont get socially interesting until they get technologically boring.” (Clay Shirky)
  • Quick winsSocialmedia SMS “Communications tools dont get socially interesting until they get technologically boring.” Photos (Clay Shirky)
  • http://bit.ly/mobilelearninginfokit
  • Other helpful resources:• JISC Mail (e.g. PDA-EDU)• IAMLearn mailing list• mLearnopedia• NMC Navigator
  • Questions?doug.belshaw@northumbria.ac.uk