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  • Instead of “how can I teach for 50 minutes?” think “How can I facilitate a session?”Commercials with bank robbery hostages calling Jimmie Johns for sandwichesWhat can mobiles really do<number>
  • M Learning2009 Fsi

    1. 1. M Learning Distance and Tech-enhanced Learning with Mobile Technology Scott B Johnson Illinois Online Network 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    2. 2. Mobile Learning  Why is it different?  Why should we think about mobile?  What can mobiles really do? 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    3. 3. What can mobiles really do? 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    4. 4. What is a mobile?  Portable electronic communication/media device  Flexible  Application installable  Smart phones, Net books and Ultra-micro  Ebook readers, Kindle, mp3 players, portable gaming  Connectivity enabled  3g phone/data; wifi/max, bluetooth  Mobile Web / WAP 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    5. 5. Where is mobile learning?  Europe  Asia  Australia  growing in U.S. 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    6. 6. Within 2 hours……  How many mobile devices (of your own) could you gather up and put in a box?  0  1-3  4-6  7+ 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    7. 7. For those of you with >4; Why? 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    8. 8. What matters in learning? 1. Content (includes user-generated) 2. Interaction / community / presence 3. Assessment 4. Is there something else?  Why would mLearning be any different?  Think uLearning! 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    9. 9. Mobile platform as a supplement …or is it big enough to be a CMS?  Mobile only?  Web pages + mobile  Just in Time – about perfect?  Cognitive, Affective, Behavioral 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    10. 10. How different is mTeaching than mLearning?  mobile based teaching vs. students using mobiles  Do you want to tackle teaching by mobile?  Schools are beginning to provide/require mobiles for learning support 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    11. 11. When is mLearning exactly what is needed? 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    12. 12. Mobiles have accessibility options  Text to speech  Connection with Braille device Mobiles have portability options  Personal area network  Implanted, attached, wearable, carried  Power supplied by wearer, batteries, Sol 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    13. 13. Content  Generated by mobile  Audio  Video  Photo  Text  Data  Received by mobile 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    14. 14. Interaction  Generated by mobile  Audio  Video  Photo  Text  Data  Received by mobile 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    15. 15. Assessment  Generated by mobile  Audio  Video  Photo  Text  Data  Received by mobile 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois
    16. 16. To find out about MVCR: Making the Virtual Classroom a Reality (mvcr.org) Scott B. Johnson Program Coordinator Illinois Online Network (ION) 217-265-7722 desk 217-722-2093 cell  sbjhnsn@uillinois.edu  http://www.ion.uillinois.edu  http://www.linkedin.com/in/sbjhnsn 2009 Faculty Summer Institute University of Illinois

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