The growth of mobile technologies is unprecedented
There are over 7+ billion people in the world
5.3 billion of them are phone subscribers
In 2009, more than half a billion people accessed the Internetthrough a mobile device.This number is expected to double wi...
More than 8 trillion text messages were sent in 2011 alone
In the past year, mobile searches have quadrupled
Source: Flurry,comScore, AlexaJeff Haynie, @jhaynie
Mobile in 2007Source: Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie)
2008: Apple still rulesSource: Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie)
2009: Winds ofchange fromAndroidSource: Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie)
2010:The iPad hit.So did Android.Source: Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie)
December 2010:Mobiles Out ShipDesktopsDesktop Mobile
2012: MobileChaosSource: Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie)
April 2011
AppStore569,000+ apps10,000,000,000+ billion downloads
iBooks2iBooksAuthoriTunesU
It’s not just about(sorry, Jack)
It’s not just aboutiPad
Source: Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie)
It’s not aboutVS
It’s about(i.e. learning)
How do tablets, smartphones, and appsfundamentally changeteaching & learning?
Hint:They don’t
But they do allow us to RETHINK teachingand learning
The growth of mobile technologies is unprecedented
Thank you!Liberally borrowed and adaptedfrom Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie) andyiibu
Tablets, smartphones, and mobile apps
Tablets, smartphones, and mobile apps
Tablets, smartphones, and mobile apps
Tablets, smartphones, and mobile apps
Tablets, smartphones, and mobile apps
Tablets, smartphones, and mobile apps
Tablets, smartphones, and mobile apps
Tablets, smartphones, and mobile apps
Tablets, smartphones, and mobile apps
Tablets, smartphones, and mobile apps
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A presentation to the VCCS Advisory Council of Presidents (ACOP) in February of 2012 on the potential offered by mobile devices to fundamentally transform teaching and learning.

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  • This is not an iPad. It may not be a very good product at all. But it throws down the gauntlet for making mobile tablet technology cheap and widely accessible.
  • Tablets, smartphones, and mobile apps

    1. 1. The growth of mobile technologies is unprecedented
    2. 2. There are over 7+ billion people in the world
    3. 3. 5.3 billion of them are phone subscribers
    4. 4. In 2009, more than half a billion people accessed the Internetthrough a mobile device.This number is expected to double within 5 years
    5. 5. More than 8 trillion text messages were sent in 2011 alone
    6. 6. In the past year, mobile searches have quadrupled
    7. 7. Source: Flurry,comScore, AlexaJeff Haynie, @jhaynie
    8. 8. Mobile in 2007Source: Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie)
    9. 9. 2008: Apple still rulesSource: Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie)
    10. 10. 2009: Winds ofchange fromAndroidSource: Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie)
    11. 11. 2010:The iPad hit.So did Android.Source: Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie)
    12. 12. December 2010:Mobiles Out ShipDesktopsDesktop Mobile
    13. 13. 2012: MobileChaosSource: Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie)
    14. 14. April 2011
    15. 15. AppStore569,000+ apps10,000,000,000+ billion downloads
    16. 16. iBooks2iBooksAuthoriTunesU
    17. 17. It’s not just about(sorry, Jack)
    18. 18. It’s not just aboutiPad
    19. 19. Source: Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie)
    20. 20. It’s not aboutVS
    21. 21. It’s about(i.e. learning)
    22. 22. How do tablets, smartphones, and appsfundamentally changeteaching & learning?
    23. 23. Hint:They don’t
    24. 24. But they do allow us to RETHINK teachingand learning
    25. 25. The growth of mobile technologies is unprecedented
    26. 26. Thank you!Liberally borrowed and adaptedfrom Jeff Haynie (@jhaynie) andyiibu
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