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10 questions about mobile learning presentation by David Wicks from Seattle Pacific University at the SLN SOLsummit 2011 March 10, 2011 http://slnsolsummit2011.edublogs.org


  • 1. Ten Questions about MobileLearninghttp://tinyurl.com/sunymobileDavid WicksSeattle Pacific University

2. Augmentation Not DeliverySo mLearning is not aboutputting e-learning courseson a phone; you should notthink about mLearning asdelivery of courses.mLearning is aboutaugmenting ourlearningand ourperformance. This includesa role in formal learningand, occasionally can be thedelivery mechanism for afull learning solution, but thereal opportunity isaugmenting learning andperformance, not learningdelivery. Kindle Location 590) (Quinn, 2011, 3. Quinns Four Cs of Mobile (2011) 4. 1.What is mobile learning? 5. Which of the following is NOT considered mobile learningtechnology? http://www.flickr.com/photos/ekosyste m 6. 2. What are the advantages?http://www.flickr.com/photos/courosa/http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomcochrane (Traxel, 2007) 7. 3. What are the challenges? 8. 4a. Where can (cant) we make use of mobile learning? 9. 4b. Where can we make use ofmobile learning?accessingCapture of ability to CommunicateContent in the informationCompute awith othersform of media response Just-in-time Capture Formative and Share courselearning,evidence of summative information Learn whilecompetencyassessment Collaborate onwaiting QR codes Note-taking projects Replay leading to more Concept Createchallengingcontent mapping portfoliosconcepts Movies of Share Social reading student reflections performance 10. 5. What does the pedagogy look like? 11. 6. What does the research say? Learning activities supported through mobile tools (Laurillard, 2007) 12. 7. How is m-learning beingintegrated into learningmanagement systems? 13. 8. How is it being integratedwith social media? 14. 9. What are the must-havemobile learning apps?accessing Capture of ability toCommunicateContent in theinformationCompute a with othersform of mediaresponse YouTube Edu Google Google Forms Twitter iTunes UGoggles Dragon Texting AudioBoo DoubleTake Other speech- Skype Kindle iMovie to-text apps WordPress GhostReader Flickr NoteTaker HD Wiki Mindmapping apps 15. 10. How can instructors and students be productive with mobileaccessingdevices? ability toCapture of CommunicateContent in theinformation Compute awith othersform of media responseInstructors Instructors ask Instructors useInstructors learnprepare directstudents to share speech-to-text how to text, tweet,instruction content video, audio, orand Google forms and blogin formats that text tips on howfor assessment.can be consumed they are beingin chunks using productive withmobile devicesmobile appsStudents take Students capture Students useStudents learnadvantage of JITevidence ofmindmapping orhow to sharelearning andcompetencies met notetakingdocumentedavailable time tosoftware forlearning throughlearn. classroom notes.digital portfolio 16. Comments or Questions? David Wicks Director, Instructional Technology Seattle Pacific Universitydwicks@spu.edu Twitter: dwicksspuThis work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License. Toview a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/ or send a letter toCreative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA. 16