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  • Ubiquitous broadband – how many have mobile phones with them – Smart phones? Integration of facebook, twitter etc. – one place for all those applications – where we had many devices for things we now have one with the capability to do a variety of things. Next 5 years – talking about using your mobile phone to replace a debit card.
  • 3G or 3rd generation mobile telecommunications is a generation of standards for mobile phones and mobile telecommunication services fulfilling the International Mobile Telecommunications-2000 (IMT-2000) specifications by the International Telecommunication Union.[1] Application services include wide-area wireless voice telephone, mobile Internet access, video calls and mobile TV, all in a mobile environment. 2G network allows for much greater penetration intensity. 2G technologies enabled the various mobile phone networks to provide the services such as text messages, picture messages and MMS (multi media messages). 2G technology is more efficient. 2G technology holds sufficient security for both the sender and the receiver. All text messages are digitally encrypted. This digital encryption allows for the transfer of data in such a way that only the intended receiver can receive and read it. Several times higher data speed; Enhanced audio and video streaming; Video-conferencing support; Web and WAP browsing at higher speeds; IPTV (TV through the Internet) support.
  • This platform offers over 500,000 courses from 1,000 universities that have been downloaded over 700 million times. Recently they also started moving into the K-12 space. All of these courses are free for anyone to take. So how do colleges, that charge steep tuitions, compete with “free”?
  • Active mobile accounts continue to grow dramatically, and the supporting infrastructure continues to expand both in urban and remote areas.The number of mobile devices produced and purchased each year continues to grow, and the new devices like the iPad and its counterparts are expanding our notions of portabilityAs more people choose to reach for a mobile rather than sitting at a desk to access the Internet, our views and behaviors about that access are shifting. Specialized applications are available that, for many, replace a standard web browser for mobile access. It is not unusual to use several different applications to access online financial information, read and contribute to social networking sites, check email, browse and upload media, and so on. Tasks that once were gathered into a single piece of software — the web browser — are now distributed among many specialized (and optimized) applications. Easy mobile access also means that the full range of networked information and applications accompany us wherever we go. The Internet is no longer something hat is piped into homes and offices via a cable anchored to the wall; it is a pervasive, ever-present entity, accessible from anywhere there is a cell signal.
  • Active mobile accounts continue to grow dramatically, and the supporting infrastructure continues to expand both in urban and remote areas. The number of mobile devices produced and purchased each year continues to grow, and the new devices like the iPad and its counterparts are expanding our notions of portability As more people choose to reach for a mobile rather than sitting at a desk to access the Internet, our views and behaviors about that access are shifting. Specialized applications are available that, for many, replace a standard web browser for mobile access. It is not unusual to use several different applications to access online financial information, read and contribute to social networking sites, check email, browse and upload media, and so on. Tasks that once were gathered into a single piece of software — the web browser — are now distributed among many specialized (and optimized) applications. Easy mobile access also means that the full range of networked information and applications accompany us wherever we go. The Internet is no longer something that is piped into homes and offices via a cable anchored to the wall; it is a pervasive, ever-present entity, accessible from anywhere there is a cell signal.
  • Mobile giant Everything Everywhere to spend £1.5billion on 4G technology Mobile network provider Everything Everywhere has pledged to invest £1.5billion in the next three years on rolling out superfast 4G technology. 4G technology will allow mobile users to download music at the same speed as laptops (Pic: PA) The operator’s owners, Orange and T-Mobile, said the technology would allow users to download music and films to smartphones at the same speeds as laptop or desktop computers. It has successfully tested 4G in St Newlyn East in Cornwall and will bid for coverage in auctions to be held by Ofcom later this year. Chief executive Olaf Swantee said the business was ‘ capitalising ’ on opportunities provided by smartphones. ‘ As a result of network sharing and customer experience improvements, we are seeing good commercial momentum and are capitalising on the smartphone and data opportunity to drive underlying growth,’ he added. Everything Everywhere recorded a 12 per cent rise in pre-tax profits to £12million in the three months to the end of last year, with a record 313,000 net customer additions in the quarter. Data and messaging revenue was also up at 43 per cent of average revenue per user, as more customers took up smartphones. Everything Everywhere was formed by a merger of its owners in 2010 to create a combined customer base of 27million, with 48 per cent of users now on contracts. The company has been driving down costs to improve its margins with £278 million in savings last year, which included 550 job cuts that focused on senior management or head office roles. At least 98 per cent of the population would have access to 4G technology, which will trigger a near six-fold increase in demand for smartphones and data, Ofcom said earlier this year. Read more: http://www.metro.co.uk/tech/891033-mobile-giant-everything-everywhere-to-spend-1-5billion-on-4g-technology#ixzz1n9jjvdky
  • Medical training, travel and tourism, business cards
  • electronic readers support note-taking and research activities, and are beginning to augment these basic functions with new capabilities — from immersive experiences to support for social interaction — that are changing our perception of what it means to
  • Dialogue between learners and teachers Collaboration between learners and teachers – apps, social network applications, other web based tools that can be used on the go like google docs etc. Interacting with others and using interactive applications to check knowledge, research, post research results (e.g your own e books, publications) Look at the apps on the devices and you will see every different person using these devices has added their own content – their own applications. Think about how it could change the approach to teaching and learning. Michael Wesch?

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  • Technology Teaching, Learning, Leadership…. Theresa Beattie, e Learning Advisor, WBL Kathy Boyer, e Learning Advisor, FE Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning
  • The Session
      • JISC RSC YH – About us
      • Overview of some existing, developing & emerging technologies
      • Application of technology in teaching & learning (and Business)
      • Future trends & developments
      • Leadership in application of technology in teaching and learning - Discussion
  • The Technology
      • How has the technology moved on in 5 years?
    • “ In five years, we’ve transitioned from keypad to touchscreen , from 2G to ubiquitous broadband , from social as an afterthought to social as an intrinsic part of the mobile web and to a world full of app stores . It’s impossible to predict the next five years, but imagine that mobile devices will continue to get faster, consume less power and slowly but surely supplant workstations and notebooks.”
    • http://mashable.com/2010/07/27/last-5-years-mobile/ 2010
  • Mobile Devices
      • “ There will be more mobile phones on earth by the end of 2012 than people.”
      • “ Tablet and smartphone sales are going to out run PC and laptop sales.”
      • “ 2012 will be the Year of the Mobile. As the world becomes more connected, begins truly global conversations, collaborates and develops colossal collective bargaining power, there will be pressure on businesses to deliver faster, cheaper and better.”
      • http://www.ciol.com/Technology/Mobility/Feature/Technology-A-snapshot-and-future-trends/158346/0/
  • Tablets/Mobiles - Features
      • Wifi
      • 3G/4G
      • Apps
      • Video/Still cameras (forward/back facing)
      • Calendars, email
      • Video creation, editing
      • Note taking, audio features
      • Accessibility features
  • Applications
  • Educational Apps
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  • iTunes U
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      • Mobile Devices
        • QR Codes
        • Augmented Reality
        • Data
        • e books
        • Social Networks
      • Anytime, Anywhere – Convergence of technologies
      • QR Codes
      • Anytime, Anywhere
    http://www.qrstuff.com/
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  • Augmented Reality Shopping
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  • Tourism/Location based apps
  • Construction
  • Future/emerging Trends 4G
  • Augmented Reality
      • Augmented Reality
        • Merging of printed materials with dynamic 3D computer graphics
        • Viewer sees computer graphics superimposed on the real world.
        • Advertising
        • Recruitment
        • Tourism
        • Education/Training?
      • Anytime, Anywhere
  • E Books
      • e Books
        • Increasingly enabling bookmarking, annotation, note taking, research activities, social interaction, multimedia, collaborative elements, dictionary look up.
        • You can create your own e books, magazines, publications
      • Anytime, Anywhere
  • Anytime Anywhere Content
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  • Enabling ….
      • Social Learning/bookmarking
      • Collaborative Learning
      • Active Learning
      • Interactivity
      • Personalisation
      • Independent Learning
      • Innovation
      • Online/Distance Learning
      • Recording of achievement
  • Education and Training
      • Are we keeping up?
      • As technology continues to develop, are we changing our programmes, curriculum, methods of teaching and learning?
      • Are we preparing learners for the future?
  • Over to you ….
      • Discussion