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Oeb09 Session1 Basic To Mobile20

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This ppt was presented during the mLearning workshop 'How to start with mLearning' during the Online Educa Berlin 2009 conference. …

This ppt was presented during the mLearning workshop 'How to start with mLearning' during the Online Educa Berlin 2009 conference.

It shows 4 mobile cases varying from basic to more complex mLearning.

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  • 1. Mobile Learning from basic to mobile2.0 Inge de Waard
  • 2. We are witnessing the dawn of the global knowledge and technology revolution!
    • Mobile technology is changing our lives and it does so for people all around the world.
    • mobiles are the computers of the future
  • 3. Why is mLearning so appealing?
    • On-the-go: no place attached
    • Anytime: no schedule, but your own
    • Ubiquitous, it is omnipresent
    • Just-in-time, when you need it
    • Localized
    • Informal and formal learning
    • Connected to everyone
    • … . And it is possible all around the world
  • 4. Mobile? Out is In
    • Your knowledge in your pocket for you to use when you want, wherever you are, … and you are no longer alone, it is US
    • Escaping the classroom will no longer be possible… well unless you switch it off…
  • 5. Making mLearning look heavy: statistics and numbers
    • http:// www.morganstanley.com/institutional/techresearch /
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  • 12. Where to start?
  • 13. YOU CAN develop mobile projects 4 examples with different technologies
    • co design and co deploy with all stakeholders
  • 14. Case 1 : Telemedicine: peer to peer discussion forum with mobile access website Starting from web-based content User created content + peer to peer knowledge exchange
  • 15. Provide content which is cross media/platform Think about copyright and disclaimers also between peers!
  • 16. Know the needs that your learners face and adapt Wimax bluetooth Some programming Connect your mobile to a television set and use it as a desktop for bigger screen ( this technology will be standardized in new mobile devices, you can even use it as a desktop check it out on another youtube movie, it is a brandname, sorry for the marketing)
  • 17. CME for lifelong learning?
    • Keeping physicians in contact with peers will enhance knowledge exchange in priority settings (HIV/AIDS is increasingly spreading)
    • Getting the latest medical information out there is crucial
  • 18. Adding CME modules to the Telemedicine website
    • CME keeps physicians on top of their speciality & if it is linked to the Telemedicine website => growing number of users
  • 19. Feedback of the pilot group
    • Advantages
    • They liked the relevant information that was brought to them
    • Learning at their own convenience
    • Opened new ways of learning
    • They felt connected with peers
    • Disadvantages
    • Access was not ensured in the field and this could drain the battery
    • The screen was small for learning (in the older cell phone types)
    • Without electricity the battery can run out
    • Graphics/tables sometimes unclear on small screens
  • 20. Case 2 : research based on simple data exchange: FAMACHA anaemia
  • 21. analyze before setting up a mobile project Target Group Build on what exists Cost
  • 22. incorporate all the stakeholders Sms Delimiters Sms: 8431,1,3,2,1,3,2,4,2 farmer cattle eye data
  • 23. Assure benefits for all stakeholders Mobile data connection: great for statistical, rural research!
  • 24. Case 3: eSCART online courses Different media suit different learners’ skills
  • 25. Redesign existing strong projects only when this has a surplus! eXelearning.org Javascript Html & CSS Big mobile multimedia files? consider sending SDcards to learners to reduce download costs. Mobile course example: http://tinyurl.com/yqb47s
  • 26. Make learning a multi-sensory experience
    • Natural Evolution HIV/AIDS
    Screen capturing (captivate, camtasia) Video editing (final cut, premiere) Audio editing (audicity = free) Asynchronous discussion +
  • 27. Explore your (future) software Mobile offline possibilities enabling multimedia courses. Mobile = mp4 conversion so you have any video you want. Use cheap video converter software like AVS4you (39,95 EUR) Connect your mobile to a television set and use it as a desktop for bigger screen ( this technology will be standardized in new mobile devices, you can even use it as a desktop check it out on another youtube movie, it is a brandname, sorry for the marketing) Solar panels are already out there.
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    • Health care workers involved in HIV/AIDS care in Peru
    • 20 Clinics in Department Capitals (urban and peripheral)
      • More than 70% of the national patients receive treatment on those selected health facilities
      • The selection was made working closely with the Ministry of Health
    Case 4: Tibotec: mLearning2.0
  • 29. Scenario in South America Internet cafes ADSL Mobile devices: localized solution
  • 30. Pre-test (day 1) -access LCMS ( MLE Moodle) -via email -website Clinical Case (day 3) -3d movies (podcast deliver using itunes) -Questions related with clinical case (start discussion forum Moodle) -Critical thinking Send summary material Website Link (day 11) Post-test (day 15) Summary Day 1: Pre-test with focus on this topic Day 3: Send Clinical case with questions and start discussion Day 10: Conclusion of clinical case Day 11: Summary of module (articles and review) Day 15: Post-test Example of clinical module wifi
  • 31. The mLearning tools used in this case
  • 32. Wrap up: the mobile learning essence
    • Plan carefully before setting up a mobile project
    • Explore the latest mobile world for ideas and possible technical solutions
    • Only start if you know a mobile project will make a difference
    • Incorporate all stakeholders from the start
    • Understand the technical conditions your learners face (and find solutions were needed)
    • Keep the courses simple/intuitive, clear and fun
    • Diversity in courses, fit different learning skills
    • Engage the learner (interactivity, implement context as much as possible, user generated context).
  • 33. Mobile developing…. YES!
    • Go open source (free) and all the way: (for would-be mobile developers)
    • The W3C mobile web initiative: mobile web from W3C
    • The mobile validator , checking whether your mobile website is accessible
    • DOM Compatibility - CSS Object Model View with different cell phones
    • Mobile web training from W3C (only 99$!)
    • More advanced:
    • mobile2.0 messaging: funambol
    • develop your own mobile apps with betavine or dev.mobi
    • Other mobile programming: Dotnet for mobile : free course; Linux for mobile : free course;
  • 34. Contact Email: idewaard@ itg.be Blog: ignatiawebs.blogspot.com (click the ‘mobile’ tag) Slideshare (ppt): http:// www.slideshare.net/ignatia linkedIn: http:// www.linkedin.com/in/ingedewaard

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