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The Future Of Mobile Learning
The Future Of Mobile Learning
The Future Of Mobile Learning
The Future Of Mobile Learning
The Future Of Mobile Learning
The Future Of Mobile Learning
The Future Of Mobile Learning
The Future Of Mobile Learning
The Future Of Mobile Learning
The Future Of Mobile Learning
The Future Of Mobile Learning
The Future Of Mobile Learning
The Future Of Mobile Learning
The Future Of Mobile Learning
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The Future Of Mobile Learning


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    • 1. March 28, 2009 - Spring 2009 ED 480 Educational Technology Northern Marianas College Jovannalyn C. Mafnas
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      • Also known as m-learning, means learning that is enhance with mobile tools and mobile communication.
      • Many see it as a follow up to e-learning, which is teaching and learning through the use of computers and the internet.
      • Researchers, developers, and practitioners in the field of education have presented interest in using mobile tools for teaching and learning.
      • With the growth of mobile phones, educators have started to think that they could utilize the technology that students are already carrying with them.
      • Several schools and universities are already using mobile phones to manage learning related tasks.
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      • It is enabled by wireless access in learning spaces and offers new opportunities for engaging learners.
      • In a study, researchers found that:
      • Integrating wireless laptops into general psychology courses had a positive impact on students’ motivation and test scores.
      • Also, on material covered and notes taken during class lectures.
      • Wireless in learning environments improved communication and collaboration in the classroom.
      • Increased student engagement in learning activities in classroom and non-classroom settings.
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      • In the classroom, mobile learning gives instructors and learners increased flexibility and new opportunities for interaction.
      • Mobile technologies support learning experiences that are collaborative, accessible, and integrated with the world beyond the classroom.
      • Wireless access in learning spaces:
      • Integrates technology into teaching without taking up classroom space or requiring students to move from the classroom to lab.
      • Fosters group work by students and communication between students and instructors.
      • Allows learners to easily take classroom activities, presentations, and notes with them after class.
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      • Mobile learning encourages around the clock ownership and use of the mobile handheld computer by the learner.
      • The device goes home when normal school finishes and also can be used at the home and on weekends for school associated work and normal leisure pursuits.
      • Students are able to:
      • Use the device on outdoor field trips
      • Read e-books anywhere and anytime
      • Personalize the device
      • Share work and other things on the device with family members
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      • The Learning2Go project has identified the benefits of mLearning as:
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      • In the Learning2Go project, the learners themselves have identified the benefits of mLearning as empowering for the learner because they can:
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      • PDA – Personal Digital Assistant
      • It is a computer that fits in your hand.
      • Handheld computer that is also known as a palmtop computer.
      • Today, the vast majority of PDAs sold are Smartphones, and sell more than the stand alone PDAs.
      • Typical features include:
      • Touch screen
      • Wireless connectivity
      • Synchronization
      • Wired connectivity
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      • Tablet PCs are a cross between a notebook PC and a personal digital assistant (PDA).
      • Is a wireless personal computer (PC) that allows a user to takes notes using natural handwriting with a stylus, digital pen, or on a touch screen.
      • It can wirelessly connect to the internet and other PCs and is intended to provide the power of a notebook in hand-held form.
      • The main feature of the tablet PC is portability.
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      • Learning2Go
      • Technology Enhanced Learning Research
      • Mobile Knowledge for Social Change
      • Tech Target Networking Media
      • Tech Faq – What is a PDA?
      • Educause Learning Initiative
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      • Learning2Go . Wolverhampton LA Mobile Learning
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      • Mobile Learning . Technology Enhanced Learning Research. The Ohio State University.
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      • Mobile Learning – What is it? Mobile Knowledge for Social Change. Share
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      • Tablet PC . Tech Target Networking Media.
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      • What is a PDA? Tech Faq.
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      • What is Tablet PC . R. Kayne. Wise Geek.
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