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  1. 1. Tennessee Board of RegentsMobilization of Higher EducationmTBR<br />Tablets<br />eReaders<br /> Apps<br />SmartPhones<br />Robbie K. Melton<br />Associate Vice Chancellor<br />Tennessee Board of Regents eLearning<br />www.TBReLearning.org<br />
  2. 2. Mobilization of Higher Education<br /> Learning On Demand<br /> In Your Hand<br />
  3. 3. Impact of Mobilization in Higher Education<br />
  4. 4. Poll # 1What is your primary mobile device?<br />Tablets<br /> Apple<br />Androids<br /> Smart Phones<br />( ) Apple iPod( ) Apple iPad( ) Apple iPhone( ) Android Phone( ) Android Tablet( ) Blackberry Phone( ) Blackberry Playbook( ) other<br />
  5. 5. Poll # 2Has your school established a strategic plan for incorporating mobile devices and apps?<br />Tablets<br /> Apple<br />Androids<br />SmartPhones<br />( ) YES( ) In Progress( ) Unsure( ) No<br />
  6. 6. Faculty and Students Use of Mobile Devices for EnhancingLearning and Teaching<br />A Pilot Study at ETSU<br />Sponsored by Academics Affairs TBReLearning<br />Presented by Carolyn Novak<br />Emerging Technology Center<br />East Tennessee State University<br />
  7. 7. The purpose of this survey was to determine attitudes towards, and feasibility of, students/educators using mobile devices and educational applications (apps) to enhance their learning/teaching.<br />
  8. 8. Student (learning) Survey Statistics<br />Conducted April 4, 2011 – May 7, 2011<br />Link made available via<br />E-mail<br />Facebook<br />Twitter<br />Goldlink Portal page<br />Calendar announcement on ETSU web site<br />Home page ETSU web site<br />1 on 1 interviews (ETC staff)<br />995 respondents<br />Incentive prize – iPod Touch<br />
  9. 9. Faculty (teaching) Survey Statistics<br />Conducted April 14, 2011 – May 31, 2011<br />Link made available via e-mail to all full-time faculty<br />277 respondents<br />Incentive prize - iPad<br />
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  16. 16. How Students Use Mobile Devices for Class Work<br />Checking email<br />Internet searches & research<br />Checking D2L<br />Checking grades<br />
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  18. 18. Use of Education App Types - student<br />Dictionary <br />Email <br />D2L<br />Calculator <br />Study Aids/Reference <br />Note-taking <br />
  19. 19. Use of Education App Types - faculty<br />Clinical Apps (Medical)<br />Music <br />Study Aids <br />Teaching Resources <br />Interactive Classroom Tools <br />
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  23. 23. Reasons that Mobile Devices Are Not Allowed<br />Student<br />Classroom distraction<br />Promotes cheating<br />Faculty<br />Classroom distraction <br />Promotes cheating<br />Technological/financial disadvantage for some students<br />
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  28. 28. Possible benefits in adopting mobile technology to enhance the learning experience (Likert scale responses)<br />
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  37. 37. Possible barriers in adopting mobile technology to enhance the learning experience (Likert scale responses)<br />
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  49. 49. Student Thoughts on Using Mobile Technology to Enhance Learning<br />
  50. 50. Faculty Thoughts on Using Mobile Technology to Enhance Learning<br />
  51. 51. Closing Remarks<br />It’s here and it’s staying <br />More information & education is needed, and wanted<br />Too expensive <br />More cross-platform Apps are needed<br />There is enthusiasm but there are concerns<br />Cheating and classroom distraction need to be addressed<br />
  52. 52. Thank you!<br />
  53. 53. Mobilized Community College Walters State Community College (mWSCC)www.ws.edu<br />Tablets<br /> Faculty<br /> Students<br />SmartPhones<br /><ul><li>Academic and Departmental Mobilization Plans</li></li></ul><li>WSCC Departmental Mobilization Evolving Plans<br /><ul><li>mNatural Sciences
  54. 54. mPlanHumanities
  55. 55. mPlanMathematic
  56. 56. mPlanBehavioral and Social Sciences
  57. 57. mPlanHealth Education
  58. 58. mPlanTechnical Education
  59. 59. mPlanBusiness Technology
  60. 60. mPlanParalegal Studies
  61. 61. mPlanPublic Safety Division
  62. 62. mPlanStudent Success
  63. 63. mPlanCulinary Arts
  64. 64. mPlans- Chef Plan l / Chef Plan ll / Chef Plan lll
  65. 65. WSCC Off-Campus Mobilization Plans: mGreeneville / mSevierCampuses</li></li></ul><li>Tennessee Board of Regents eLearning Mobilization Strategic Plan:Quality Assessment<br />Mobile Product Sample <br />System wide Sample / Purchase<br />ADA Compliance<br />TBR IT [security/networking]<br />IMS Global Common Cartridge Standards<br />Cost & Resources<br />Mobilization Outcomes<br />Program Alignment<br />Student Outcomes<br />Educational Pricing <br />System Wide Purchase<br />Annual Evaluations<br />Mobilization Examination<br />30 Days Campus Evaluations<br />Faculty & Staff Testers<br />Pilot Studies<br />Surveys & Observations<br />Curriculum /Program Alignment<br />Student Outcomes<br />Mobilization Demonstration<br />Vendor Showcase<br />Product Demonstration<br />Faculty & Student Usability <br />Vendor Use References <br />Vendor IT & IMS Demos<br />
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  68. 68. Poll # 3Has your school established procedures for identifying educational apps for faculty and students?<br />Tablets<br /> Apple<br />Androids<br />SmartPhones<br />( ) YES( ) In Progress( ) Unsure( ) No<br />
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  70. 70. Prices of Mobile Apps<br />
  71. 71. TBReLearning Mobile App Quality Standards for Education and Workforce Development<br />
  72. 72. Sloan-C Five Pillars of eLearning/Online APP Excellence: <br />
  73. 73. The SLOAN-C 5 Pillars
SLOAN-C QUALITY APP FRAMEWORK<br />1. LEARNING EFFECTIVENESS<br />2. SCALE (COST EFFECTIVENESS AND COMMITMENT)<br />3. ACCESS<br />4. FACULTY SATISFACTION<br />5. STUDENT SATISFACTION<br />
  74. 74. <ul><li>It complies with ADA Standards
  75. 75. It can be accessed from all mobile devices (Apple, Androids, Netbooks, etc.)
  76. 76. It is aligned with the curriculum
  77. 77. It can be measured in terms of students’ outcomes
  78. 78. It allows the instructor to monitor and track students’ progress
  79. 79. It provides at least two (2) learning options (visual, audio, etc.)</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>It meets instructional design best practices
  80. 80. It adheres to Human Subject Review requirements
  81. 81. It meets federal, state, and local mandates
  82. 82. It respects the privacy of others
  83. 83. It meets the PG rating standards
  84. 84. It can be modified to meet the needs of student learning styles.
  85. 85. It can be used without the Internet. </li></li></ul><li>Tennessee Board of Regents eLearning Mobilization Strategic Plan<br />Mobile Product: Apps<br />System wide Sample Purchase<br />ADA Compliance<br />App Quality Standards<br />Mobilization Examination<br />MERLOT Peer Reviewers<br />Faculty & Staff Testers<br />Pilot Studies<br />Surveys & Observations<br />Curriculum /Program Alignment<br />Student Outcomes<br />Mobilization Demonstration<br />Podcasting / YouTube viewing<br />Hands-On Demo/Curriculum Team <br />Mobilization Outcomes<br />Apple App Volume Pricing <br />Annual App Evaluations<br />Technology Prediction & Changes<br />
  86. 86. TBReLearning Mobilization Support to Campuses Campus Mobilization Strategic Planning<br />Campus Mobilization Phase I <br />Presentations<br />Research & Data Regarding the Impact of Mobilization<br />Alignment of Mobilization with Campus Strategic Olan <br />Mobilization Quality Standards<br />Strategic Planning for Mobilization<br />Business Models for Mobilization <br />Accreditation and Student Outcomes<br />Faculty Development <br />Showcase of Mobile Devices<br />TBR Purchases & Contracts<br />Mobile App Resource Center<br />Apple App Volume Purchase Program<br />Campus Mobilization Phase II <br />Examination<br />30 Day on-site Assessment of Devices<br />Updates for Strategic Plans<br />Alignment with QEP<br /> Pilots<br />Campus Surveys<br />Curriculum & Program Alignment of Mobile Apps<br />Faculty Training <br />Funding of Specialized Mobilization Consultants and/or Conferences / Training<br />Campus Conference / Summit<br />
  87. 87. www.MERLOT.org Peer Review Process for Mobile Apps<br />Expertise in field<br />Excellence in teaching<br />Experience in using technology in teaching and learning,<br />Connections to professional organizations in their discipline.<br /><ul><li>Peer Review Rating System
  88. 88. Reviewers’ Comments
  89. 89. Personal App Collection
  90. 90. Teaching & Learning Exercises with Apps </li></li></ul><li>www.TBReLearning.org<br /> *Biology College App<br />
  91. 91. Emantras’ Frog Dissection iPad App (√ Model App)*Cross Platform App / Assessment / Sample Lesson PlansFrog Dissection: Frog Dissection from Punflay, is a greener alternative for teaching dissection in the classroom. Students can try dissecting a virtual specimen with all the trappings that come with the real procedure-minus the mess of course! Besides a virtual chloroformed specimen, the app comes with all the dissection tools and detailed instructions to complete the procedure. Once dissection is complete, the frog’s organs are exposed for further study. Vivid 3D images will help students visualize the internal organs very effectively. For enhanced learning experience, the app also has information on the different types of frogs, frogs’ life cycle, anatomical comparison of frogs with humans, an interactive quiz and detailed descriptions of the organs.

 *Further information regarding the cost, feedback, and how to download:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/frog-dissection/id377626675?mt=8#<br />
  92. 92. Tennessee Board of Regents eLearning Mobilization Strategic Plan<br />Mobile Product: Apps<br />System wide Sample Purchase<br />Apple App Volume Purchase<br />ADA Compliance<br />App Quality Standards<br />Mobilization Demonstration<br />Podcasting / YouTube viewing<br />Hands-On Demo/Curriculum Team <br />Mobilization Examination<br />Faculty & Staff Testers<br />Pilot Studies<br />Surveys & Observations<br />Curriculum /Program Alignment<br />Student Outcomes<br />Mobilization Outcomes<br />Apple App Volume Pricing <br />Annual App Evaluations<br />Technology Prediction & Changes<br />
  93. 93. TBR System Wide Scalability of Apps through Apple App Volume Purchase Program<br /> Frog Dissection App<br />
  94. 94. TBR Educational & Workforce Mobile App Resource Bank<br />*Forward Apps to:<br />robbie.melton@tbr.edu<br />
  95. 95. TBReLearimgMobilizationAwareness Presentation<br />Pilots<br />Campus Mobilization Planning & Purchasing<br />Equipment 30 Day Loan for Review<br />Consultation<br />Mobilization Training<br />TBReLearn<br />Out-of-State<br />Campus<br />Evaluation<br />
  96. 96. Quality Standards and Scalability of Mobilization for Higher EducationTennessee Board of RegentsmTBR<br />Tablets<br />eReaders<br /> Apps<br />SmartPhones<br />Robbie K. Melton<br />Associate Vice Chancellor<br />Tennessee Board of Regents eLearning<br />www.TBReLearning.org<br />

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