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Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Mobile Learning in Higher Education
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Mobile Learning in Higher Education

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Mobile teaching and learning in higher education is approaching a tipping point. One of the most significant promises of mobile learning is the ability for faculty members, teachers, and students to …

Mobile teaching and learning in higher education is approaching a tipping point. One of the most significant promises of mobile learning is the ability for faculty members, teachers, and students to use their own mobile computing devices. In the US, 75% of American teens have cell phones and almost 30% have smartphones with Internet capabilities. In universities, the numbers appear to be much higher. It seems instructionally sound and fiscally prudent for institutions and faculty members to leverage the existing devices in which students are most comfortable. The purpose of this paper is to (1) critically examine the definitions and affordances of mobile learning in higher education, (2) identify the ways mobile teaching and learning have been and could be accomplished in higher education, (3) identify the challenges to implementing mobile teaching and learning in higher education.

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  • 1. The Promise of MobileLearning in Higher EducationAffordances, Implementations &ChallengesMichael M. GrantJoanne GikasThe University of Memphis
  • 2. Michael M. GrantThe University of Memphis@michaelmgranthttp:/ /viral-notebook.com
  • 3. Joanne GikasThe University of Memphis@ecampusUMhttp:/ /ecampus.memphis.edu
  • 4. “ What is mobile learning?Mobile learning is more than justlearning delivered and supported byhandheld and mobile technologies. Itis learning that is both formal andfor the learner. “informal, context aware, and authentic (Traxler, 2005, 2007, 2010)
  • 5. Mobile devices Some images from Lisa Buser at http://www.memphisparent.com/2010/09/pint-sized-learners-have-the-touch/ & http://www.flickr.com/photos/ceardach/4549898097/sizes/m/
  • 6. Formal Learning Images from http://www.law.fsu.edu/prospective_students/VideoViewbook/images/sections/technology.jpg
  • 7. Informal Learning Image from http://www.flickr.com/photos/oncell/4711186271/in/set-72157624761515274/
  • 8. Twitter
  • 9. In between … Images from http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/mc/monitor/01-15-07/page26071.html
  • 10. Context aware Images from http://www.radford.edu/mdunleavy/445/ROAR.html
  • 11. Broadcastr.com
  • 12. Context aware & authentic
  • 13. Scvngr.com
  • 14. Uses of Increase interaction with course contentMobile Increased access to student information & campus resourcesDevices Create representations of knowledge Augment face-to-face instruction Support performance & decision- making Deploy instruction
  • 15. Uses of Increase interaction with course contentMobile Increased access to student information & campus resourcesDevices Create representations of knowledge Augment face-to-face instruction Support performance & decision- making Deploy instruction
  • 16. Increase interaction withcourse content Image from http://www.flickr.com/photos/chegs/5161314847/sizes/l/
  • 17. Increase interaction withcourse content Image from http://www.recordonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20100426/NEWS/100429736
  • 18. Phonecasting with iPadio
  • 19. Uses of Increase interaction with course contentMobile Increased access to student information & campus resourcesDevices Create representations of knowledge Augment face-to-face instruction Support performance & decision- making Deploy instruction
  • 20. Increase access tostudent information &campus resources
  • 21. Uses of Increase interaction with course contentMobile Increased access to student information & campus resourcesDevices Create representations of knowledge Augment face-to-face instruction Support performance & decision- making Deploy instruction
  • 22. Create representations ofknowledge
  • 23. Create representations ofknowledge
  • 24. Create representations ofknowledge Image from http://www.st-clair.net/ict/picomap.htm
  • 25. Uses of Increase interaction with course contentMobile Increased access to student information & campus resourcesDevices Create representations of knowledge Augment face-to-face instruction Support performance & decision- making Deploy instruction
  • 26. Augment face-to-faceinstruction Image from http://www.tommiemedia.com/news/professors-using-smartphones-other-technology-in-classrooms/
  • 27. Augment face-to-faceinstruction
  • 28. Augment face-to-faceinstruction
  • 29. Uses of Increase interaction with course contentMobile Increased access to student information & campus resourcesDevices Create representations of knowledge Augment face-to-face instruction Support performance & decision- making Deploy instruction
  • 30. Support performance &decision-making
  • 31. Support performance &decision-making
  • 32. Uses of Increase interaction with course contentMobile Increased access to student information & campus resourcesDevices Create representations of knowledge Augment face-to-face instruction Support performance & decision- making Deploy instruction
  • 33. Deploy instruction
  • 34. Deploy instruction
  • 35. Implementation Institutional supportChallenges Competing platforms & Student-owned devices v. institution selected Faculty members’ willingness & readiness
  • 36. Implementation Institutional supportChallenges Competing platforms & Student-owned devices v. institution selected Faculty members’ willingness & readiness
  • 37. Institutional support
  • 38. Implementation Institutional supportChallenges Competing platforms & Student-owned devices v. institution selected Faculty members’ willingness & readiness
  • 39. Competing platforms & Student-owned v. institution selected
  • 40. Implementation Institutional supportChallenges Competing platforms & Student-owned devices v. institution selected Faculty members’ willingness & readiness
  • 41. Faculty members’willingness & readiness
  • 42. Questions? Image from http://www.fbcfonthe.net/mediafiles/dareyou.jpg

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