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Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations
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Patterns of Mobile Learning: From Mobile Content and Blended Learning to Mixed Reality Simulations

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In this presentation I outline some educational design patterns for making use of mobile learning. …

In this presentation I outline some educational design patterns for making use of mobile learning.

The presentation has been held at the Interagency Mobile Learning Webinar Series on 22 May 2014 - Make certain you also watch the recording: http://bit.ly/1m06gRz

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  • 1. Patterns of Mobile Learning From Mobile Content and Blended Learning To Mixed Reality Simulations
  • 2. Christian Glahn - About Myself • Researcher at the ISN Zurich (part of the ETH) ! • 14 years R&D on M-Learning, E-Learning and Knowledge Management • Make technology jump through hoops • Share knowledge and technologies
  • 3. Content and Analysis Digital Library Communities E-Education About Us C ISN Zürich and CC http://www.flickr.com/photos/floridanationalguardonflickr/7096123921/ since 1994
  • 4. Develop and promote tools and strategies for introducing technological innovation for the organizational education and training in international relations, security 
 and defence. Our ADL Mission
  • 5. Mobile 
 Learning Börner  et  al.,  2010 Access to learning Personalisation Collaboration Technologies Organizations Contextual Influences Orchestrating in and across Contexts
  • 6. Next Generation of 
 ADL Interoperability
  • 7. Mobile Learning Activities
  • 8. Design Patterns for Bridging 
 Mobile Learning 
 Theory and Technology
 Into Practice
  • 9. What Is A Pattern?
  • 10. “Each Pattern is a rule which describes what you have to do to generate the entity which it defines.” Alexander,  1979:  182 “Each Pattern is a three-part rule, which expresses a relation between a certain context, a problem and a solution.”Alexander,  1979:  247
  • 11. Activity Patterns
  • 12. CC  http://www.flickr.com/photos/armyciog6/5035777711 Mobile Content
 Delivery
  • 13. Mobile Practicing
 and Exercises Mobler  Cards Glahn  et  al.,  2004
  • 14. Mobile Inquiry-based Learning Collect  real-­‐world  data  using  the  sensors  of  mobile  devices  

  • 15. Mixed Reality Simulations Image:  C  www.panoramio.com Ternier  et  al.  ,  2012
  • 16. Supporting Patterns
  • 17. Mobile Learning Analytics Glahn,  2009;  Verpoorten,  2013
  • 18. Mobiles
 Learning Badges
 Portfolios http://lo-­‐f.at/glahn/2013/07/xapi-­‐open-­‐badges-­‐and-­‐e-­‐portfolios.html
  • 19. Connecting Patterns
  • 20. Mobile Blended Learning Combined  
 approach Timed  Activities Linked  Activities Activities  for  Groups
  • 21. Things to Remember • Mobile Learning is not just a delivery channel but goes beyond traditional ADL • New interoperability standards help to shape new forms of ADL • Patterns can help translating technologies into ADL practice • Conventional ADL systems hold already the seeds for mobile learning
  • 22. Dr. Christian Glahn christian.glahn@sipo.gess.ethz.ch
 http://www.isn.ethz.ch 
 https://github.com/ISN-Zurich/ @phish108   http://slidesha.re/phish108     http://lo-­‐f.at/glahn   The  presented  research  has  been  partially   funded  by  the  ADL  Co-­‐Labs  and  awarded  by  the   Office  of  Naval  Research  Global  (ONRG)

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