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This is a revised version of the slides I shared at my talk at the London Knowledge Lab on 9 January, 2009.

This is a revised version of the slides I shared at my talk at the London Knowledge Lab on 9 January, 2009.

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  • 1. 1/12/09  Mark A.M. Kramer, M.A.  
  • 2. In the age of Reflections of a Nomadic Learner Ubiquitous Communication
  • 3. In the age of Ubiquitous Communication Mark A.M. Kramer
  • 4. Abstract:   Ubiquitous communication and mixed-reality computing scenarios are becoming commonplace and have a huge influence in the way in which individuals relate with others and their surroundings...
  • 5. Abstract:  mobile information & communication technologies are increasingly impacting the lives of individuals and are a major factor in helping re-shape our cultures and societies...
  • 6. This talk will present reflections of MAMK, a nomadic learner who is examining how existing and emerging information & communications technologies and services are redefining formal and informal learning scenarios
  • 7. ts Full Pocke
  • 8. My travels are perpetual learning experiences
  • 9. Nomadic Ethnographer
  • 10. Participatory Observer
  • 11. Quote of the Day:  There is a need to re-conceptualize learning for the mobile age, to recognize the essential role of mobility and communication in the process of learning. -- Mike Sharples: University of Nottingham
  • 12. Research Reflections
  • 13. What do I do?:
  • 14. Ubiquitous Computing:
  • 15. Ubiquitous Computing: Is a post-desktop model of human- computer interaction in which information processing has been thoroughly integrated into everyday objects and activities
  • 16. Mobile Learning: mobility of the individual is the key  The aspect of mobile learning, which enhances the individuals’ capacity to learn and acquire knowledge anytime, anywhere.
  • 17. Mobility
  • 18. Ubiquitous & Pervasive Learning: mobility of the individual is the key  The aspect of mobile learning, which enhances the individuals’ capacity to learn and acquire knowledge anytime, anywhere.
  • 19. Contextuality
  • 20. Personal Learning Spaces:
  • 21. Questions We Must Ask:
  • 22. Issues We Must Face:
  • 23. eWaste:
  • 24. Social Isolation:
  • 25. Generational Differences:
  • 26. Impact on Children:
  • 27. Social Network: compete for our attention
  • 28. Media Choices: compete for our attention
  • 29. Conclusions:
  • 30. Mark A.M. Kramer  Research Fellow / Doctoral  Candidate  h@p://mamk.net  1/12/09  55 

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