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Presentation discusses efforts at Bristol Community College in integrating the iPads into its technology classroom toolbelt.

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  • Working with the iPad Class Sets Technology Management and Classroom Activities Kevin Forgard Instructional Designer Bristol Community College Presentation available at:
  • Working with the iPad Class Sets Technology Management and Classroom Activities Session Objectives: • Develop a basic understanding of the concept of mobile learning • Learn the basics of the BCC iPad distribution process • Develop a conceptual understanding of how to use the iPad in a face-to-face class
  • History of iPads at BCC The iPad class set functioning as a mobile computer lab
  • History of iPads at BCC ① Purchased first set of iPads – distributed to faculty for pilot use – collected feedback ② Purchased iPad class sets with sync cart ③ Facilitated various training programs ④ Rolled cart into classrooms for initial student use ⑤ Distributed iPads to students in a learning community for a semester (twice) ⑥ Integrated use into some courses ⑦ Continued support of iPads through training
  • What is mobile learning? Mobile learning relates to iPads, iPhones, and all other tablet computers.
  • Time for a quiz
  • What is the name of the U.S. science station on the South Pole?
  • Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station
  • What are some things to do in Xi’an China?
  • What are some things to do in Xi’an China? Hint: There is no right answer
  • What is the most powerful tool of mobile computing devices?
  • Say Cheese! Capture Produce Disseminate
  • iPad Distribution Model Phase One: Get the iPads in faculty hands Phase Two: Train for classroom use Phase Three: Schedule in-class use and support Phase Four: Develop sustainability plan Evaluate and identify useful apps
  • iPad Functionalities Screencast Communications Content delivery Desktop publishing Reference Data/File access Assessment
  • Screencast/Lecture Capture Explain Everything VoiceThread Doceri ScreenChomp
  • Communications Twitter VoiceThread Skype Email College eLearning
  • Content Delivery Air Sketch – remote whiteboard Blogsy Prezi Keynote Discipline Specific - Astronomy - Anatomy and Physiology
  • Desktop Publishing/Notetaking Evernote (and Skitch) iAnnotate – for pdf highlighting and notetaking Penultimate iA Writer Dragon dictation – voice to text recorder SimpleMind & Popplet – mind mapping Quickoffice
  • Assessment Socrative (Teacher app lets you create quizzes – Student app is for answering) Chrome – use to access Google tools such as surveys
  • Concern: How to get things created on college iPads to faculty? Homework
  • Concern: How to project what’s on the iPad? Only 2nd generation and beyond
  • Concern: Who manages the iPads?
  • iPad Distribution Model Phase One: Get the iPads in faculty hands Phase Two: Train for classroom use Phase Three: Schedule in-class use and support Phase Four: Develop sustainability plan Evaluate and identify useful apps
  • Distribution models 1:1 – 1 iPad per student Bring iPads into class via a cart. Students use for just that class. Most Popular Approach
  • Distribution models 1:group – 1 iPad for group Only 4 or 5 iPads needed in a class Distribute for more classes
  • Distribution models 1:class – 1 iPad for a class Instructor uses iPad similar to classroom computer- can pass it around Similar to classroom desktop
  • Thanks for attending my session! Kevin Forgard | Instructional Designer Bristol Community College (BCC) kevin.forgard@bristolcc.edu @kforgard www.linkedin.com/in/kevinforgard/