Mobile Learning - City of Glasgow College - June2014

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Mobile Learning - City of Glasgow College - June2014

  1. 1. City  of  Glasgow  College   18/06/2014   Mobile  Learning   Joan  Walker   Jisc  RSC  Scotland   Advisor:  learning  &  teaching     #rscmob  
  2. 2. Quick  Poll   Mobile  Learning   3   I  use  Mobile  Technology  in  the  context  of   my  work  every  day        www.pollev.com/joanwalker          Text    to  +447624806527        426690  for  YES        426691  for  NO        Tweet  @poll        426690  for  YES        426691  for  NO  
  3. 3. Mobile  Learning   4   The  exploitation  of  ubiquitous  handheld  hardware,   wireless  networking  and  mobile  telephony  to   FACILITATE support   ENHANCE  AND  EXTEND  THE  REACH  OF   teaching  and   LEARNING.   MOLENET  (2007  –  2010)   What is MOBILE learning?
  4. 4. Mobile  Learning   5   “New  generations  of  young  people   who  have  grown  up  with  digital   technology  have  high  expectations   of  anytime,  anywhere  learning,  but   many  learners  do  not  have  a  clear   understanding  of  how  courses   could  or  should  use  technology  to   support  learning.  They  are  still   very  much  reliant  on  lecturers  for   guidance.”   JISC  LEARNER  EXPERIENCES  
  5. 5. Mobile  Learning   6   The  Gartner  Cycle   Image by sucellolelloes from flickr licensed under creative commons  
  6. 6. Mobile  Learning   7   The  Gartner  Cycle   Image by sucellolelloes from flickr licensed under creative commons  
  7. 7. Mobile  Learning   8   According to a recent report from mobile manufacturer Ericsson, studies show that: “by 2015, 80% of people accessing the Internet will be doing so from mobile devices.” Perhaps more important for education: “Internet- capable mobile devices will outnumber computers within the next year.” Johnson,  L.,  Smith,  R.,  Willis,  H.,  Levine,  A.,  and  Haywood,  K.,  (2011).  The 2011 Horizon Report - Austin,  Texas:  The  New  Media  Consortium.  
  8. 8. Mobile  Learning   9   Using  the  Cloud  to  Access  Information  
  9. 9. Quick  Poll   Mobile  Learning   10   Express  in  one  or  two  words,  a  benefit  of  using   mobile  technologies  to  support  learning        www.pollev.com/joanwalker          Text    to  +447624806527        441535  plus  your  message        Tweet  @poll  441535  plus  your  message          
  10. 10. Mobile  Learning   11   Encourages time-management Fits  into  the  lives  of  learners   CONTEXTUALISATION   Enables new learning environments Bite-­‐sized  learning  content   IMMEDIACY  OF  COMMUNICATION   Opportunities for reflection close to learning event PERVASIVE & UBIQUITOUS Personal, private and familiar Promotes Active Learning Access to Mentors, Tutors and Peers User-­‐generated  Content   Increases accessibility for many Portable More learner centered Why MOBILE learning? Convenient  
  11. 11. Apps  that  support  successful  learners   These  apps  can  helps  individuals  to  plan  and  organise  their  studies.  They  can  be   invaluable  for  students  with  a  wide  range  of  support  needs  or  learning  styles.   » Calendar  (built  in)   » Reminders  (built  in)   » Notification  Centre  (built  in)   » SQA  My  Study  Plan   » Mind  jet  mind  mapping   » Audio  Note/  Paperportnotes  -­‐  case  study   » ibooks  /  eBooks   » Evernote  /  DropBox   Planning,  Organising,  Note-­‐taking,  Research,  Managing  Information   Mobile  Learning   12  
  12. 12. Apps  that  support  the  learning  process   These  apps  are  focused  on  the  learning  process  and  can  be  used  to  create  bespoke   resources,  interactive  activities,  collaborative  activities  and/or  assessment  evidence   » Pinterest   »   Scoop.it   » AudioBoo   » Voicethread  /  SpokenPhoto   » Polleverywhere  /  Socrative   » Educrerations/ASK3/ScreenChomp   » Book  Creator   Resource  Collections,  Creation,  Interaction     image from wikicommons licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license" Mobile  Learning   13  
  13. 13. What  does  it  look  like?   Mobile  Learning   14   Case  studies  -­‐  http://bit.ly/1ojbuer     Jisc  RSC  Scotland  Showcase  
  14. 14. Key  Issues  for  Learners   » Accessing  WiFi  networks   » Finding  mobile  friendly  resources  &  learning  activities   » Potential  to  feel  digitally  excluded   » Very  short  attention  threshold   Mobile  Learning   15   image from wikicommons licensed under the CC2.0 Generic license" CC  Image  courtesy  of  {Flixelpix}  David  Flickr  
  15. 15. Key  Issues  for  Institutions   » Provision/security  of  wireless  networks   » Supporting  wide  range  of  devices   » eSafety  &  eSafeguarding   » Managing  devices  and  apps   » Ensuring  mobile  friendly  systems  and  resources   » Fast  paced  change   » Need  for  staff  provision  /  development   » Open  Education  movement  (iTunesU)   Mobile  Learning   16   CC  Image  courtesy  of  blakespot  Flickr   CC  Image  courtesy  of  Sean  MacEntee  Flickr  
  16. 16. Augmented  Reality   Mobile  Learning   17   Augmented  reality  brings  together  elements  of  the  real  world   with  the  virtual  world,  enhancing  what  we  see  with  information   and  other  sources.     » Wikitude   » Blippar   » Around  Me   » String     Uses  in  education   » Anyone  can  be  a  mechanic  –  Demo  Video   » Street  Museum  by  the  Museum  of  London  
  17. 17. Google  glasses   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSnB06um5r4   A  new  way  to  hurt  yourself   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3TAOYXT840      
  18. 18. Mobile  Learning   19   image  from  Flickr  by  opensourceway  licensed  through  cc  
  19. 19. Mobile  Learning   20   Evaluation   http://goo.gl/wgqlkI  

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