The mouse is dead padla 2013

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The mouse is dead padla 2013

  1. 1. The Mouse is Dead: Welcome to the Post-PC Era Chris Penny, Ph.D. Jordan Schugar, Ph.D. West Chester University
  2. 2. Presentation back channelhttp://todaysmeet.com/padla
  3. 3. We were born to be mobile
  4. 4. Mobile is freeing us from the ball and chain that is the desktop
  5. 5. WELCOME TOTHE POST-PC ERA.
  6. 6. Mobile devices will notreplace the personalcomputer in the near future,but they expand the reach oftechnology in education withnewfound utility and meaning
  7. 7. Personal computers areimportant for getting workdone. We still need them.
  8. 8. “...e-book readers read anaverage of 24 books in the pastyear, versus the 15 books read bythose who didnt.”Pew Research Center April 4, 2012
  9. 9. ThereHere
  10. 10. Post PC devices will become theprimary computing tools inthe classroom
  11. 11. 1. convenienceMAKING TEACHING AND LEARNING EASIER2. engagementLEARNING EVENTS FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS 43. collaborationOPPORTUNITIES INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF THE CLASSROOM4. creativityCONTENT CREATION, NOT JUST CONTENT CONSUMPTION
  12. 12. convenience |kəәnˈvēnyəәns|nouna thing that contributes to an easy andeffortless way of life.
  13. 13. 1convenienceMAKING TEACHING AND LEARNING EASIER
  14. 14. stack of textbooks
  15. 15. engagement |enˈgājməәnt|nounthe action of engaging or being engaged.
  16. 16. 2engagementCREATING LEARNING EVENTS
  17. 17. “Faculty who are interested intheir work are better teachers.”- Phil Kamardy, CIO Seton Hill
  18. 18. 3collaborationINSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF THE CLASSROOM
  19. 19. collaboration |kəәˌlabəәˈrāSHəәn|nounthe action of working with someone to produce orcreate something.
  20. 20. “...mobile-learning...hasdramatically improved theconnection time between myprofessors and me.”- Caitlyn McCoySenior Political Science
  21. 21. “I can, on the Inklingtext, leave notes forthe students... andthey can refer tothat...”Cathy Giunta,Professor of Business
  22. 22. “I have a back channeling accountset up that allows students to sendme questions in real time duringclass, and then I respond out loudfor everyone.”- Jamie Fornsaglio,Associate Professor
  23. 23. “A pioneering gift of $1.8 million from AT&T”
  24. 24. 4creativityCONTENT CREATION, NOT JUST CONSUMPTION
  25. 25. “We’re discovering that the power ofmobility comes not only from theability to access information, butalso from the ability to create it.”-ACU Mobile Report
  26. 26. Benefits to Mobility• Multi-modal• Differentiated• New Literacy
  27. 27. “Every day someone at SetonHill comes up with an idea touse mobile technology in a newway, and not just in theclassroom.”Phil KamardySeton Hill CIO
  28. 28. 1. convenienceMAKING TEACHING AND LEARNING EASIER2. engagementLEARNING EVENTS FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS 43. collaborationOPPORTUNITIES INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF THE CLASSROOM4. creativityCONTENT CREATION, NOT JUST CONTENT CONSUMPTION
  29. 29. Post PC devices will become theprimary computing tools inthe classroom
  30. 30. WELCOME TOTHE POST-PC ERA.
  31. 31. Thanks,Bird books by Chalto Kindle by thekellyscopeRoad by Saxsbiker Textbooks by greenasianTelephone box by DanBrady Dictionary by jovikePostcard by MandyMnz iPad search by mortsanMouse by Macgidtosh Bored student by Pannell_2010Apple geek by deebeeandswivel :D 342 by Eva the WeaverPills by e-MagineArt.com iBird by 東東Hot Rod II Biczzz
  32. 32. The Mouse is Dead: Welcome to the Post-PC Era cpenny@wcupa.edu jschugar@wcupa.edu @chrispenny @jschugar

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