Archive for November, 2009
Mobile Delivery of Content. Perhaps the simplest form of “mobile learning,” simply making content available to learners via a mobile interface: through a proprietary interface like Blackboard Learn or a mobile website developed in house.
Mobile Communication. In addition to mobile delivery of content, mobile learning can take advantage of anytime/anywhere and always on communication channels to enable increased communication: learner-to-learner, learner-to-faculty, learner-to-group, or learner-to-public.
Augmented Reality. Rather than simply delivering traditional content through mobile devices, augmented reality learning leverages mobile technologies to juxtapose information and content with an out-of-classroom type experience. For example, having learners use Art, an iPhone application, to access content and information while viewing select pieces by an artist during an individual museum visit. More >
I’m interested in recommendations for iPhone Apps – educationally related or otherwise. This is what I currently have installed, in simple alphabetical order for easier comparison of app lists. The vast majority of these are only installed because I explored them initially and just haven’t removed them yet, and the exploration could be education related or not. Are there any apps you use on a regular basis that I currently don’t have? How do you use those apps? How could having the app and using it the way you use it be helpful for me? More >