Instructional Technology UNCW MIT. Ray Pastore, Ph.D. University of North Carolina Wilmington. Introduction. The following presentation will address projects that I have been working on in the instructional technology dept . here at UNCW Mobile Learning Gaming Time compressed instruction
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Ray Pastore, Ph.D.
University of North Carolina Wilmington
“the use of a wireless handheld device; a cell phone, personal digital assistant (PDA), mini-computer, or iPod to engage in some form of meaningful learning (p.3)”.
*This is where education is headed and
Education innovators are already doing
Mobile learning is in it's infancy
Research on mobile use and design is just starting to emerge
Much of this research focuses on mobile use rather than mobile devices for learning
The purpose of our first research study on mobile learning was to examine students perceptions of developing and using instruction for the mobile web
Developing courses via Moodle
Students learn how to manage their own LMS like Blackboard
They then learn best practices for implementing these course
Design and develop their owncourses
Teach all of our classes via webex
Students can choose to attend in the class or go online
Classes tend to be 50/50
Instructional strategies not sacrificed
Currently writing a paper as adept on students preferences
Mobile app design
Competencies in the field
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