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  • 1. Mobile Technologies Timothy Laubach telaub@gmail.com April 6th, 2010
  • 2. Session Objectives
  • 3. Session Objectives Increase awareness of how technology has changed the way we live and work.
  • 4. Session Objectives Increase awareness of how technology has changed the way we live and work. General appreciation of mobile technology advancements.
  • 5. Session Objectives Increase awareness of how technology has changed the way we live and work. General appreciation of mobile technology advancements. Examine why mobility has become essential.
  • 6. Session Objectives Increase awareness of how technology has changed the way we live and work. General appreciation of mobile technology advancements. Examine why mobility has become essential. Evaluate whether smart phones can be used in the classroom.
  • 7. Session Objectives Increase awareness of how technology has changed the way we live and work. General appreciation of mobile technology advancements. Examine why mobility has become essential. Evaluate whether smart phones can be used in the classroom. Think Different!
  • 8. Physical
  • 9. That was then... Some Examples from History
  • 10. That was then... Some Examples from History
  • 11. That was then... Some Examples from History
  • 12. That was then... Some Examples from History
  • 13. That was then... Some Examples from History
  • 14. That was then... Some Examples from History
  • 15. That was then... Some Examples from History
  • 16. This is now...
  • 17. This is now...
  • 18. This is now...
  • 19. This is now...
  • 20. This is now...
  • 21. This is now...
  • 22. Current Trends...
  • 23. Current Trends... Shift from the PDA/laptops to smart phones
  • 24. Current Trends... Shift from the PDA/laptops to smart phones Mobile Video
  • 25. Current Trends... Shift from the PDA/laptops to smart phones Mobile Video Mobile Web Experience
  • 26. Current Trends... Shift from the PDA/laptops to smart phones Mobile Video Mobile Web Experience Texting
  • 27. Current Trends... Shift from the PDA/laptops to smart phones Mobile Video Mobile Web Experience Texting Physical keyboard?
  • 28. Current Trends... Shift from the Security Issues PDA/laptops to smart phones Mobile Video Mobile Web Experience Texting Physical keyboard?
  • 29. Current Trends... Shift from the Security Issues PDA/laptops to smart phones Voice Activated Mobile Video Mobile Web Experience Texting Physical keyboard?
  • 30. Current Trends... Shift from the Security Issues PDA/laptops to smart phones Voice Activated Mobile Video Social Networking Mobile Web Experience Texting Physical keyboard?
  • 31. Current Trends... Shift from the Security Issues PDA/laptops to smart phones Voice Activated Mobile Video Social Networking Mobile Web Cellular Networks Experience Texting Physical keyboard?
  • 32. Current Trends... Shift from the Security Issues PDA/laptops to smart phones Voice Activated Mobile Video Social Networking Mobile Web Cellular Networks Experience Hacking Texting Physical keyboard?
  • 33. Current Trends... Shift from the Security Issues PDA/laptops to smart phones Voice Activated Mobile Video Social Networking Mobile Web Cellular Networks Experience Hacking Texting Data Loss Physical keyboard?
  • 34. Reliance on Mobility
  • 35. Reliance on Mobility In 2009, there were 4 billion registered mobile phone subscriptions. World population at the time was 6 billion.
  • 36. Reliance on Mobility In 2009, there were 4 billion registered mobile phone subscriptions. World population at the time was 6 billion. 10% of those phones are smart phones.
  • 37. Reliance on Mobility In 2009, there were 4 billion registered mobile phone subscriptions. World population at the time was 6 billion. 10% of those phones are smart phones. Mobile media accounted for a $71 billion dollar industry in 2008. Worldwide DVD sales and rentals valued at $80 billion.
  • 38. Reliance on Mobility In 2009, there were 4 billion registered mobile phone subscriptions. World population at the time was 6 billion. 10% of those phones are smart phones. Mobile media accounted for a $71 billion dollar industry in 2008. Worldwide DVD sales and rentals valued at $80 billion. In the developing world more people access the Internet by mobile phone than by PC.
  • 39. Mobility in the Classroom
  • 40. Implications for the Classroom
  • 41. Implications for the Classroom Lower costs
  • 42. Implications for the Classroom Lower costs One to One can be a reality
  • 43. Implications for the Classroom Lower costs One to One can be a reality Safety concerns
  • 44. Implications for the Classroom Lower costs One to One can be a reality Safety concerns Loss of control
  • 45. Implications for the Classroom Lower costs One to One can be a reality Safety concerns Loss of control Capabilities approaching that of a netbook.
  • 46. Implications for the Classroom Lower costs One to One can be a reality Safety concerns Loss of control Capabilities approaching that of a netbook. Personal attachment
  • 47. Implications for the Classroom Lower costs One to One can be a reality Safety concerns Loss of control Capabilities approaching that of a netbook. Personal attachment Think Different
  • 48. The Future
  • 49. The Future Cellular Broadband
  • 50. The Future Cellular Broadband Battery Technologies
  • 51. The Future Cellular Broadband Battery Technologies Mobile Web (Browser agnostic)
  • 52. The Future Cellular Broadband Battery Technologies Mobile Web (Browser agnostic) Smarter & Smarter Phones
  • 53. The Future Cellular Broadband Battery Technologies Mobile Web (Browser agnostic) Smarter & Smarter Phones Alternative Energy (Bloom Box)
  • 54. The Future Cellular Broadband Battery Technologies Mobile Web (Browser agnostic) Smarter & Smarter Phones Alternative Energy (Bloom Box) Flash Memory
  • 55. The Future Cellular Broadband Battery Technologies Mobile Web (Browser agnostic) Smarter & Smarter Phones Alternative Energy (Bloom Box) Flash Memory Say goodbye to DVD
  • 56. The Future Cellular Broadband Battery Technologies Mobile Web (Browser agnostic) Smarter & Smarter Phones Alternative Energy (Bloom Box) Flash Memory Say goodbye to DVD On Demand TV viewing
  • 57. The Future
  • 58. The Future
  • 59. The Future
  • 60. Questions?
  • 61. Bibliography MG Siegler. “The Future of Energy? Bloom Boxes Already Power Google, eBay, Others” 2/22/2010. Web: TechCrunch http://techcrunch.com/2010/02/22/ bloom-energy-boxes/ Chris Meadows. “Mobiles ‘round the world: Figures that may surprise you.” 2/6/2009. Web. http://www.teleread.org/2009/02/06/mobiles-round-the-world- figures-that-may-surprise-you/ Tom Hormby. “Think Different’: The Ad Campaign that Restored Apple’s Reputation.” 4/9/2007. Web. http://lowendmac.com/orchard/07/apple-think- different.html http://www.gartner.com/it/products/research/asset_129501_2395.jsp Gartner Research Elliot Soloway. “The Power of Handheld Computers in the Classroom.” 2008. Web/ Video: goknow inc. http://www.goknow.com/Video/LearningWithHandhelds/