Fabulous, engaging presentation by mobile analyst Judy Brown about the future of mobile technology and education. I’m excited to see what lies ahead and am glad ECC Library is already exploring this area.

My Notes:

Personal devices
Rate of change
Uncomfortable high rate of change – so fast
FB not ready for mobile
Strictly On mobile FB change 23%
Tablets changing even faster
IPad uses majority Internet
Hard copy replacement
62% doctors use tablets
70+ % nurse use smart phone
iPads for NFL players for security
More primary use
Usage chAnge on web access – small piece
Small digestible pieces
No standard def for mobile learning
You don’t have to be mobile to use mobile
Knowledgable to knowledge-able
Ambien insight – knowledge and Learning, executive summary
2nd generation of mobile technology
Invert learning pyramid – do rather than teach
Mobile is a fundamental shift
To think outside the course
Test e-learning with mobile device
Perishable info should not be taught in the classroom – make it an app!
Spacing effect – long term memory must have repetition
Text4Baby.org
Snapguide – how to create little course
Coach’s Eye – how to do it, draw arrows
Abilene Christian University – iPad and iPod research
Font determines credibility to reader NYT?
Getting students involved in creation
EmpowerED -UCLA, each student gets iPad, $9800
Purdue – tools, Twitter background
ARIS – interactive storytelling
MASLO – access content, online and offline
Hyundai Equus – comes with iPad manual
Gamification with mobile
Distance Learning to Proximity Learning
Ford Taurus -drive well, plants grow
GPS, education at point of need and self correcting
Bendable screens and batteries, sensors, anticipation (MEMs)

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