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Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age
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Teaching and Learning in the Mobile Age

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As technology continues to advance, we're moving into the "post-PC" era as we find an increasing number of students and faculty alike relying on the mobile devices in place of traditional desktop or laptops. These mobile devices are continually becoming powerful and rapidly affording profound new opportunities for teaching and learning, both in and outside the classroom. During this keynote presentation at the 2011 College of Lake County Technology Conference, Jason Rhode explored current trends in mobile technology adoption among students and faculty and consider how mobile devices are changing the way we communicate and access information. Also discussed were the possibilities for new teaching and learning experiences using readily available mobile technology. The complete session handout is at http://j.mp/clctech11

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