New Technologies & The Future of M-Learning

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Presentation of "New Technologies & The Future of M-Learning". Presented @ Mobile Learning Development Workshop, Ministry of Education and Culture, Indonesia, 2013

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New Technologies & The Future of M-Learning

  1. 1. Winastwan Goragora@teach-indonesia.co.id
  2. 2. • Name: Winastwan Gora• Consultant– Full Time: Intel Corp. Indonesia(Senior Trainer)– Freelance: PamongFoundation,PT. Pugajinou, Sampoerna Schoolof Education, WorldBank• Entrepreneur– Director/Founder of PT.Edukasi101 (Kelase.Com)
  3. 3. Trends and Future TechnologiesLearning TrendsM-Learning ConceptM-Learning Apps DevelopmentProposed Model*
  4. 4. MobileLearningM-LearningTechnologyPeopleContentProcess
  5. 5. TECHNOLOGY TRENDSNew Technologies & The Future of M-Learning
  6. 6. The change of technology is exponential
  7. 7. The release of the Leap Motion sensor, which enables users tointeract with their computers using intuitive gestures, has beendelayed until July. (Leap Motion)
  8. 8. IDC has revised its forecast for the number of tablets that willbe sold in 2013 up from 172.4m to 190.9m - suggesting that itthinks tablets will outsell laptops this year.
  9. 9. M-Learning also means as “Multi-screen Learning”
  10. 10. LEARNING TRENDSNew Technologies & The Future of M-Learning
  11. 11. The Future LearningIs Open
  12. 12. The Future of Learning is Social
  13. 13. Future Learning is Personal
  14. 14. The Future of Learning is Augmented
  15. 15. The Future of Learning Will Merge VirtualAnd Real World
  16. 16. The Future of Learning is Visual
  17. 17. The Future of Learning is Mobile
  18. 18. The Future of Learning is Gamification
  19. 19. The Future Learning is BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)
  20. 20. MOBILE LEARNING CONCEPTNew Technologies & The Future of M-Learning
  21. 21. The Characteristics of Mobile Learning• Spontaneous(Anywhere & Anytime)• Private (Personal)• Portable• Situated (Real WorldConnection)• Informal• Bite-sized (Small Scopeof Learning Topic)• Light-weight (Small Sizeof Files)• Context aware
  22. 22. MOBILE LEARNING APPLICATIONDEVELOPMENTNew Technologies & The Future of M-Learning
  23. 23. Thank Yougora@teach-indonesia.co.idTwitter: @winastwangora

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