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Presentación para entender mejor los móviles para el aprendizaje en el Tec de Monterrey campus Queretaro

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  • 1. ENTENDIENDO LOS DISPOSITIVOS MÓVILES EN EL APRENDIZAJE Diseño Industrial, campus Querétaro (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 2. Cambios de actitud
    • Altas expectativas al recibir el móvil, transformadas en decepción ante problemas de operación, interface, etc
    • Sensación de potencial hacia posibles aplicaciones del dispositivo, limitadas por falta de tiempo para explorar
    • Bajas expectativas iniciales, aumentando al descubrir nuevos nichos de aplicación
    • Creación de dependencia , nuevas necesidades
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 3. Usos del dispositivo
    • Ventajas y desventajas de conexión 24/7
    • Limitaciones como teléfono
    • Orientación hacia negocios, viajes
    • Instalación de aplicaciones (suite educativa)
    • Alternativa ante riesgos de seguridad (laptop)
    • Período inicial de adaptación a interface
    • Descarga de batería
    • Modem para laptop
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 4. 24/7 communication (1)
    • Always online
      • “ I am very happy to be communicated always ”
      • “ really useful to be connected all the time ”
      • “ I reply mails… (but only short answers) ”
      • “ I can always read my mails no matter where I am ”
      • “ I like to be able to check my e-mail right away and keep in touch with my teammates ”
    • Social relations
      • “ cada vez que sacaba el telefono... alquien hacia un comentario del tipo "que presumido... con tu blackberry" ”
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 5. 24/7 communication (2)
    • Gateway
      • “ I just use it to check my mails to know if I need to check it on the computer or not ”
      • “ now I dont miss any email… good for cheking mails but not for writing ”
    • Security
      • “ I dont like to bring it everywhere because I'm afraid I might lose it ”
    • Dependency
      • “ but I also feel trapped by technology and compelled to answer e-mail right away ”
      • “ Having MSN online all day , was at first cool, but it turned annoying ”
      • “ some of us are becoming slowly adicts to the blackberry, in my case to the fact of having an Internet connection all day ”
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 6. Functionality
    • Overwhelmed
      • “ too many functions for me ”
      • “ I have so little time to really explore it… I believe there is still lots of features I have to find ”
    • Unrevealed
      • “ a lot of applications we haven't discovered ”
      • “ I want to find something more useful to do with it ”
      • “ I don't know to use a lot of applications and to configurate a lot of things ”
    • Relevance
      • “ for students like us bb is not very necesary yet. ”
      • “ if Tec made some applications specially for the BB we would use it more often for educational purposes ”
      • “ The most useful thing it had made for me is waking me up so I didn't miss a class ”
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 7. Uses (1)
    • Bored
      • “ I use it when I am very bored ”
      • “ When I'm bored or in a trip I use it ”
      • “ only when i´m bored i take it and i begin using it ”
      • “ I use it a little, only in my free time ”
      • “ The function I have used the most is the entertainment part beacuse now I have TV, messenger, games, web pages wherever I am ”
    • New scenarios
      • “ a lot of people, (teachers, security) have problems accepting this new technology ”
      • “ I have misused it being in messenger during classes ”
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 8. Uses (2)
    • Needs
      • “ being honest, it wasn't something I really needed ”
      • “ before having it I really didn´t need it ”
      • “ I have not found yet the advantage a student of Tec de Monterrey can have with a BB ”
      • “ very useful for the kinds of things that I do, is like having my laptop with me ”
      • “ it has been useful also for my outside job ”
      • “ I think that student groups can improve the performance by using it ”
    • Anxiety
      • “ when the battery is running out I feel some anxiety to charge it as soon as posible ”
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 9. “ Creative destruction”
    • Camera
      • “ I don’t have to carry my camera ”
      • “ this camera is easy to hide so people don't notice they are being captured ”
    • Phones
      • “ now I am caring 3 phones!!! ”
    • SMS
      • “ I always fought with predictive text but this cell I have begun to worship! ”
    • Computer
      • “ I still take a long time to write mails... so I rather use my computer ”
      • “ it is easier and confortable to take my lap to do any kind of homework ”
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 10. Transition (1)
    • Intuition
      • “ it hasn't been easy… certain things that weren't so intuitive ”
      • “ t he interface is not very intuitive ”
      • “ t he keyboard at first was horrible, but it is only a matter habit ”
      • “ it's quite frustrating trying to write anything ”
      • “ at first, typing was not very easy for me ”
      • “ instead of "enter" y always pressed the delete key ”
      • “ I have used the sure type mode and it is very easy for me ”
    • Excitement
      • “ I was not excited about getting it ”
      • “ at fist, is difficult to use… the first feeling is frustration ”
      • “ At the begining i was very excited… but after a week it became less charming ”
      • “ I feel happy to have it, but now it`s not as exciting as it was the first day ”
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 11. Transition (2)
    • Adaptation
      • “ I especially took me time to learn ... I'm like getting addicted to it ” [sic]
      • “ At first, it was a little complicated to get used to the interface… now it is very easy for me to work with it ”
      • “ I get used and in fact it was easy to use ”
      • “ I am used to write messages in the regular cell phone so the change is difficult to get used to ”
    • “ As time went by i used it less and less ”
    • “ I feel sometimes frustrated with it, because sometimes I don't know how to do some actions ”
    • “ I'm hopeful that the device will get better with time, and when we get used to it we can try some new possibilities with it ”
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 12. Bugs & problems
    • “ text messages arriving very late (20 min) ”
    • “ desktop manager is very very slow”
    • “ things are quite different depending on the applications”
    • “ it does not have a good communication with the user ”
    • “ the tiny screen you can't see things easily”
    • “ I will feel better when I find something to do”
    • “ webpages d not look like in a computer and it difficult to read them ”
    • “ what I dont like about it is the time the battery last ”
    • “ the device and interface are difficult to use and understand ”
    • “ it has cons too, the beeping and lighting every time I receive a spam ”
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 13.
    • Propuestas concretas
    Aprendizaje fuera del aula (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 14. Aprendizaje móvil
    • “ Sacar” el aprendizaje del aula (laptop)
    • Breves cápsulas de repaso, aplicación, aportaciones para/por los alumnos
      • Canales RSS por materia: incluir a otros profesores, graduados
    • Nuevas vías de interacción para mantener contacto fuera de la sesión (asincrónica)
      • Cuestionarios, encuestas por tema/parcial
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 15. Formato: “chunks” RSS
    • Aplicaciones relevantes por su formato, tipo de información, cantidad, temáticas...
      • http://www.litefeeds.com/
      • http://www2.mobispine.com/
      • http://www.viigo.com/
    • Propuesta: software ITESM-RSS con canales por carrera/materia
    http://www.miblackberry.com/2007/06/13/lectores-rss-para-dispositivos-blackberry.html (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 16. Interacción: Surveys
    • Aplicaciones relevantes por su duración e interactividad, útiles como guías de estudio (feedback)
      • http://www.surveymonkey.com
      • http://freeonlinesurveys.com/
    • Propuesta: aplicaciones ITESM para crear y manejar encuestas con retroalimentación
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)
  • 17. Proyecto “Carpooling”
    • Sistema móvil para coordinar trayectos compartidos casa-escuela-casa
    • Mensajes instantáneos
      • Twitter, MSN, GoogleTalk, BB messenger...
    • Masa crítica
    • Segmentación geográfica
    • Incentivos en campus (estacionamiento)
    (C) Dr. Ricardo Sosa (rdsosam@itesm.mx)