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In theory, most learners are mobile. Many have a smart phone, tablet, netbook or laptop. Are they actually engaged in mobile learning? Are we providing content for the mobile environment? Come hear ...

In theory, most learners are mobile. Many have a smart phone, tablet, netbook or laptop. Are they actually engaged in mobile learning? Are we providing content for the mobile environment? Come hear how one community college (GRCC) sees the "State of the (Mobile) Union!" Participants will get an opportunity to try new mobile apps and use the iPad, iPhone and other mobile technologies. They will also get to experience and share examples of mobile learning.

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  • Since 2000, EDUCAUSE (well respected non-profit organization geared toward leveraging information technology) has conducted a survey of IT professionals and CIOs around issues and trends in IT in Higher Ed. This year , Mobile ranked at #5 in strategic importance with Mobile ranked as #1 with the potential to become more significant over the next year.
  • Mobile has grown rapidly over the past few years… we see this not only in our day to day lives but also on campus. The potential is clearly there to transform instruction for truly anytime/anywhere learning.
  • When you get back to campus, here are a few questions to consider regarding mobile. Strategy / Infrastructure / Security / Support / Adoption
  • If you are looking for building strategy at your campus - Since 2005, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative and New Media Consortium and an advisory board work to monitor and review student trends, emerging technologies, and challenges - Each year, the Horizon Report describes six areas of emerging technology that will have significant impact on higher education and creative expression over the next one to five years. The areas of emerging technology cited for 2011 are… The 2010 Horizon Report placed mobile computing on the near term horizon, with an emphasis on the wide range of activities that are now possible using mobile devices. This year, mobiles are here because so many people use them as their first choice for accessing networked resources. The impact of mobiles is being felt in every part of the globe and by more people than ever before.
  • Back in April there was a 5 day focus on Mobile technologies hosted by EDUCAUSE. This webinar series was broken down into daily themes. The take away in large part was that there is: Huge Potential . The need to adapt . New Roles Flexibility . Soup to nuts set of archived webinars that are valuable to review.
  • EDUCUAUSE Center for Applied Research - Over 36,950 responses from students at U.S. and Canadian institutions. Examples include iPhone, Treo, BlackBerry, other Internet-capable cell phone, iPod touch, PDA, Pocket PC, etc. They are here… and not provided by the college…
  • (Facebook, MySpace, Bebo, LinkedIn, etc.) How can we tap into this interest and meet students where they are with our CMS and learning? The best learning is social learning - and builds connections between content/technology/pedagogy (TPACK Model)
  • How can we tap into this for content creation and use in generating and producing mobile learning activities and transition from consumer to participatory focus which is part of learning. Here is an opportunity for education to shape and change thinking about the device itself…

ETOM 2011 - State of the (Mobile) Union ETOM 2011 - State of the (Mobile) Union Presentation Transcript

  • State of the (Mobile) Union ETOM Higgins Lake Retreat June 14, 2011 Mobile
    • Presented by:
    • Garret Brand, J.D.
    • Professor and Faculty Development Coordinator
    • Eric Kunnen, M.A.
      • Director, Distance Learning and
      • Instructional Technologies
  • http://www.polleverywhere.com/dlitgroup
  • Top 10 IT Issues in Higher Ed
    • 1.    Funding IT
    • 2.    Administrative/ERP/Information Systems
    • 3.    Teaching and Learning with Technology
    • 4.    Security
    • 5.    Mobile Technologies
    • 6.    Agility/Adaptability/Responsiveness
    • 7.    Governance, Portfolio/Project Management
    • 8.    Infrastructure/Cyberinfrastructure
    • 9.    Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity
    • 10.   Strategic Planning
    EDUCAUSE Current Issues Survey Report: http://www.educause.edu/2011IssuesResources
  • Top 10 IT Issues in Higher Ed
    • “ Mobile technologies have the potential to transform instruction, in the classroom and remotely, by providing unprecedented access to educational resources anytime, anywhere.”
    EDUCAUSE Current Issues Survey Report: http://www.educause.edu/2011IssuesResources
  • Critical Questions for Mobile Technologies
    • Has the institution developed a strategic direction for supporting mobile technologies?
    • Is the institutional infrastructure adequately robust and flexible to accommodate the inevitable and rapid influx of diverse mobile devices from which users will expect to connect to network resources?
    • Does the institution's security strategy address access to sensitive systems and data by mobile devices, including the storage of sensitive data on those devices?
    • To what extent is the IT organization prepared to support the growing number and variety of mobile technology devices and uses?
    • How can the content delivered by the institution's information systems be adapted for effective utilization on mobile devices?
    EDUCAUSE Current Issues Survey Report: http://www.educause.edu/2011IssuesResources
  • 2011 Horizon Report
    • Time to adoption: One Year or Less Electronic Books Mobiles
    • Time to adoption: Two to Three Years Augmented Reality Game-based Learning
    • Time to adoption: Four to Five Years Gesture-based Computing Learning Analytics
    http://www.nmc.org/publications/2011-horizon-report
  • EDUCAUSE Mobile Sprint http://www.educause.edu/resources/mobile
  • ECAR Results (EDCAUSE Center for Applied Research)
    • Do you own a handheld device that is capable of accessing the Internet (whether or not you use that capability)?
  • ECAR Results (EDCAUSE Center for Applied Research)
    • Which of the following Internet activities do you do from your handheld device?
    • Use social networking websites
  • ECAR Results (EDCAUSE Center for Applied Research)
    • Which of the following Internet activities do you do from your handheld device?
    • Read or contribute to blogs
  • GRCC App Development
    • Digital Initiative
      • Software
        • Bb Mobile Learn
        • GRCC Mobile
        • bbStats
      • Hardware
        • Netbooks
        • Tablets
        • eReaders
        • Other Mobile Devices
  • Our Team
  • Bb Mobile iPhone / iPad / Blackberry / Android – NEW!
  • GRCC Mobile
  • GRCC Mobile
  • GRCC Mobile
  • GRCC Mobile
  • GRCC Mobile
  • bbStats App
  • bbStats App
  • bbStats App
  • bbStats App
  • Thank You!
    • [email_address]
    • [email_address]