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Exploring mobile learning with JISC Advance ; Implementing mobile learning in your institution

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Presentation at the MobileLearn2011 Symposium hosted at the College of North West London

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Exploring mobile learning with JISC Advance ; Implementing mobile learning in your institution

  1. 1. Implementing Mobile Learning in Your Institution Image CC BY-NC Curnen
  2. 2. Your presenters: Steve Boneham JISC Netskills Doug Belshaw JISC infoNet
  3. 3. Where to go for theory and context: http://mobilereview.jiscpress.org
  4. 4. Helpful guides: Emerging Practice in a Digital Age (JISC) Mobile Learning infoKit (JISC in foNet)
  5. 5. Structure: Intro Quick wins Intermediate Getting more complex... End bit
  6. 6. Intro
  7. 7. Mobile Learning Myths: <ul><li>Mobile devices have screens too small to allow for learning.Mobile devices are unsuitable for learning as they are a distraction.Mobile learning is just ‘learning on the move’.   (more at http://bit.ly/mobilelearninginfokit )     </li></ul><ul><li>)     </li></ul>
  8. 8. &quot;Students respond to requests to shut off their phones with a sense of panic, a feeling that they will be cut off from their world of personal relationships. This feeling, taken to its extreme, has been dubbed &quot;nomophobia,&quot; the fear of being forced to shut off a phone, or the obsessive worry of losing a phone. There is even a support Web site for nomophobics.&quot; (Woodill, 2011, p.150) ‘ Nomophobia’
  9. 9. Mobile learning is here to stay: http://blog.observatory.jisc.ac.uk/2011/09/15/workshop-report-technology-outlook Society Institutions
  10. 10. Quick wins
  11. 11. These are the kind of mobile learning projects that can be done by individual academics, learning technologists, etc. Individual level: Image BY-NC tim ellis
  12. 12. QR codes University Campus Suffolk Social mediaUniversity of Wolverhampton University of Ulster University of Glamorgan Map of projects:
  13. 13. QR Codes: Suffolk (Case Study 8, Emerging Practice )
  14. 14. Puentadura’s SAMR model: http://www.hippasus.com/rrpweblog
  15. 15. Social Media: Wolverhampton (Case Study 3, Emerging Practice )
  16. 16. Social Media: Ulster (Case Study 1, Emerging Practice )
  17. 17. Social Media: Glamorgan (p.48, Emerging Practice ) http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/elearning/ltig/scale.aspx
  18. 18. Intermediate
  19. 19. These are the kind of mobile learning projects that really need some kind of buy-in or acceptance by department or faculty to work well Department/faculty level: Image BY-NC inkelv1122
  20. 20. Recording lecturesUniversity of Exeter eBooksUniversity of Leicester (DUCKLING project) Map of projects:
  21. 21. Thom Cochrane’s Mobile Web 2.0 http://web.me.com/thom_cochrane/MobileWeb2
  22. 22. Recording Lectures: Exeter (Case Study 2, Emerging Practice )
  23. 23. eBooks: Leicester (p.48, Emerging Practice ) http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/beyond-distance-research-alliance/projects/duckling
  24. 24. Calibre http://calibre-ebook.com
  25. 25. Getting more complex...
  26. 26. These are the kind of mobile learning projects that usually require the buy-in/adoption of a whole institution to make sense. Institutional level: Image BY-NC-SA Sprengben
  27. 27. Campus informationUniversity of Oxford MyMobileBristol SMSUniversity of Exeter Map of projects:
  28. 28. Campus information: Oxford (Case Study 9, Emerging Practice )
  29. 29. Campus information: Bristol ( http://mymobilebristol.com )
  30. 30. Koole’s mobile learning framework <ul><li>On an institutional level, things need thinking through from several points of view: </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul><ul><li>Strategic </li></ul><ul><li>Pedagogic </li></ul><ul><li>IT </li></ul><ul><li>Marketing </li></ul><ul><li>etc. </li></ul>
  31. 31. SMS: Exeter (Case Study 2, Emerging Practice )
  32. 32. End bit
  33. 33. AND TOP-DOWN BOTTOM-UP
  34. 34. What’s on the horizon? <ul><li>Augmented Reality (University of Exeter) </li></ul><ul><li>Next-generation interfaces (King’s College, London) </li></ul><ul><li>Gamification (University of Edinburgh) </li></ul><ul><li>(see Emerging Practice in a Digital Age , p.48-9) </li></ul>
  35. 35. Helpful guides: Emerging Practice in a Digital Age (JISC) Mobile Learning infoKit (JISC in foNet)
  36. 36. Other helpful resources: <ul><li>JISC Mail (e.g. PDA-EDU) IAMLearn mailing list mLearnopedia </li></ul><ul><li>NMC Navigator </li></ul>
  37. 37. Questions? [email_address] [email_address]

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