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  • 1. Lifelong mobile learning:Increasing accessibility and exibility with tablet computers and ebooks Dr. Marco Kalz, Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies, Open Universiteit Nederland marco.kalz@ou.nl 1
  • 2. Structure• Mobile lifelong learning• State of the art: Market & academic studies• Technological trends: PLE & ePub 3• Beyond content delivery• The end of the book as we know it 2
  • 3. Hype and realityElectronic Books as one of the futuretrends within the next 2 to 3 years 3
  • 4. Eurostat, AdultEducationSurvey, 2009 4
  • 5. Eurostat, AdultEducationSurvey, 2009 4
  • 6. Eurostat,AdultEducationSurvey, 2009 5
  • 7. Eurostat,AdultEducationSurvey, 2009 5
  • 8. Eurostat,AdultEducationSurvey, 2009 5
  • 9. Eurostat,AdultEducationSurvey, 2009 5
  • 10. Eurostat,AdultEducationSurvey, 2009 5
  • 11. Eurostat,AdultEducationSurvey, 2009 5
  • 12. Eurostat,AdultEducationSurvey, 2009 5
  • 13. Basic idea: user contexts •  @home •  @work •  @school •  What does this mean for the @education provider?http://flickr.com/photos/kjarrett/1195498600/sizes/l/#cc_license 13 6
  • 14. Seamless Learning Support• (MSL1) Encompassing formal and informal learning;• (MSL2) Encompassing personalized and social learning;• (MSL3) Across time;• (MSL4) Across locations;• (MSL5) Ubiquitous knowledge access• (MSL6) Encompassing physical and digital worlds;• (MSL7) Combined use of multiple device types (including “stable” technologies such as desktopcomputers, interactive whiteboards); 7Looi et al., 2010
  • 15. Seamless Learning Support•(MSL8) Seamless switching between multiplelearning tasks (such as data collection + analysis +communication).•(MSL9) Knowledge synthesis (a combination of prior+ new knowledge, abstract + concrete knowledge,and multi-disciplinary learning);•(MSL10) Encompassing multiple pedagogical orlearning activity modelsLooi et al., 2010 8
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  • 19. PWC (2010): Turning thepage. The future of ebooks. 10
  • 20. Market studyPWC (2010): Turning thepage. The future of ebooks. 11
  • 21. Market studyPWC (2010): Turning the 12page. The future of ebooks.
  • 22. State of the art• Lam et al. (2008): Longitudinal study at the Chinese University of Hong Kong• Focus on usability & actual use• Results: Mixed attitude over time and functionality problems, high learning curve 13
  • 23. State of the artNie et al. (2011) study: 28 students ofmasters’s programme occupationalpsychology & education 14
  • 24. State of the art• El-Gayar et al. (2011): Technology acceptance study of tablet PCs• Focus on implications for educational institutions 15
  • 25. State of the art• Woody et al, (2010): Study about preferences ebook/book• No gender effects, no indication that previous ebook experiences in uences choice, no diff. in learning outcomes 16
  • 26. Two trends: PLE & ePub3 !Wilson 2005 17
  • 27. Two trends: PLE & ePub3 18
  • 28. Two trends: PLE & ePub3“Personal Learning Environments arelearning environments where learners canintegrate distributed information,resources and contacts and reflect aboutlearning progress and learning productsbased on standards and interfaces”.Schaffert/Kalz 2010 19
  • 29. Two trends: PLE & ePub3Schaffert/Kalz 2010 20
  • 30. Two trends: PLE & ePub3 21
  • 31. Two trends: PLE & ePub3 ePub3• HTML5• Media Overlays• Scripting• MathML• Accessibility 22
  • 32. Beyond content deliveryPortability,Social Interactivity,Context Sensitivity,Connectivity,Individuality 23
  • 33. Beyond content delivery !"#$%&(%")*+% 24
  • 34. Beyond content delivery 25
  • 35. The end of the book as we know it...Stein, 2011 26
  • 36. Summary LLL Seamless Outlook LearningEarly MarketInnovators Study Academic Technology Studies Trends Mixed PLE/ results ePub3 27
  • 37. Thank you for your attention! ! ! !marco.kalz@ou.nl 28