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    1. Mobile Learning Janet L. Ochs Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3)

    2. Definition • Mobile Learning – “the intersection of mobile computing (the application of small, portable, and wireless computing and communication devices) and e-learning(learning facilitated and supported through the use of information and communications technology)”. Source: Based on definition by Clark Quinn, PhD, retrieved August 24, 2009 from Are You Ready for Mobile Learning? by Corbeil, J. and Valdes-Corbeil, M. located at www.educause.edu/Educause+Quarterly/EDUCAUSEQuarterlyMagazineVolum/ AreYouReadyforMobileLearning/157455

    3. Teacher’s View of Mobile Devices Photo Source: Creative commons Flickr.com matsuyuki

    4. “What the cynics fail to understand is that the ground has shifted beneath them.” Source: Barack Obama’s Inaugural address

    5. Because the World is Mobile Thailand2005 Photo Source: Creative commons Flickr.com Keng’sphotostream

    6. We have a Communication Problem Student E-mail Usage Photo Source: Creative commons Flickr.com MzelleBiscotte

    7. Classroom Student Survey • Students want text messages, not e-mail • Fall 2008 – 60% • Spring 2009 – 92%

    8. The Survey Says… Photo Source: Creative commons Flickr.com Annie Mole’s photo stream

    9. The Solution

    10. RAVE Web Based Software • Access RAVE using the Computer • Send text messages to students • Send e-mail at the same time I can use my laptop to send text messages and e-mail at the same time. Photo Source: Creative commons Flickr.com Jesse757’s photostream

    11. One more Problem • Majority of Student cell phones • Lack Internet Access • Data plans are • Cost Prohibitive

    12. You Can’t Take it With You Photo Source: Creative commons Flickr.com James F. Clay

    13. The Solution • Wireless iPod Touch • No Monthly fees • Connects to internet like a laptop $ 229.00 iPod Touch registered trademark Apple

    14. What does it mean? • Student cell phone combined with iPod touch • Provides same functionality as a laptop

    15. Mobile Learning is a Reality • Clark “predicted that mobile learning would one day provide learning that was truly independent of time and placeand facilitated by portable computers capable of providing rich interactivity, total connectivity, and powerful processing.” Source: Based on prediction by Clark Quinn, PhD, retrieved August 24, 2009 from Are You Ready for Mobile Learning? by Corbeil, J. and Valdes-Corbeil, M. located at www.educause.edu/Educause+Quarterly/EDUCAUSEQuarterlyMagazineVolum/ AreYouReadyforMobileLearning/157455

    16. Are you ready? • Gates said “Mobile phones are the PCs of the future.” Source: Creative commons Flickr.com Leststalkdotcomphotostream Babcock, C. (2009) Why Windows Must Go Open Source Information Week Feb. 2, 2009

    17. This is your wake up call