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Mike Sharples - Hero Innovator (Articles/Latest)
...d well in schools where the majority are using 90’s Web 1.0 technology such as VLE’s:As mentioned at the start of this article, the LSRI is a hive of activity. Mike was keen to give me a flavour of so …
11 July, 2008
The New Apple Core (Articles/Latest)
... GSM will catapult it ahead of Blackberry as the optimum pocket e-mail/browser solution. businesses will start to provide managers with iPhones, replacing Blackberries and PDA's. I am told that it tak …
11 July, 2008
It's the Learning, Stupid! (Articles/Latest)
...ch are used as identifiers of trend, fashion and tribe. The launch of ultra low cost laptops in the UK, started by RM at our last conference and followed by others priced as low as £99, has sparked a …
01 March, 2008
Identity, Ownership and Mobility (Articles/Latest)
...y educators, that drives the move towards confirmed identity over the net. How? Well, it’s a question of starting them young, building a users online identity from within the system, a system which ca …
21 January, 2008
Back and Forward (Articles/Latest)
...ers (I can only hope they were learning) staring at 20” LCD screens. At any time the teacher could stop, start or take over the learners screen or see what they were doing without ever leaving the pen …
21 December, 2007
Handheld Learning 2007 - Review (Articles/Latest)
...with one another. The conference had about two dozen delegates posting to Twitter. Posting was slow to start but by the end of the conference the posts were frequent. Twitter users can "star&q …
26 October, 2007
The Steering Committee Speaks (Articles/Latest)
...ought” hoping that this year’s conference would deliver “A sense that mobile technologies in schools are starting to be ready for 'second adopters' - and then the majority”For Valerie Thompson, Chief …
17 September, 2007
Mobile Learning and the demise of the PDA (Articles/Latest)
...l information managers, i.e. digital diaries and phone books, from which they originated. Even when PDAs started to be called “Pocket PC’s” they were intended to be devices to augment an existing PC a …
15 August, 2007
Learning in the Air (Articles/Latest)
...hieved through through two buttons on the upper edge. I pulled a hot pink USB out of my handbag and started my usability test. I had a conference Powerpoint that I needed to check, so I wanted …
17 March, 2007
Creative Assessment with Handhelds (Articles/Latest)
...tions(to get pupils contextualised and thinking about the task)• working in teams of three(to get pupils started and help critique their developing ideas)• modelling kits(to resource 3D thinking/rapid …
17 March, 2007
Handhelds in Feltham - An Evaluation (Articles/Latest)
... else involved agree that the classes’ work with PDAs has had a strong motivating effect generally, with startling developments in enthusiasm for learning and attainment in some previously disaffected …
17 March, 2007
mLearn 2006 - Review (Articles/Latest)
...al and practice of learning with mobile and portable technologies.The conference got off to an inspiring start with a presentation from Dr Mary Lou Jepson, Chief Technical Officer, One laptop per Chil …
31 October, 2006
Handheld Learning 2006 (Articles/Latest)
... happened since Handheld Learning 2005. Last year we were hearing about new initiatives that were just starting. This year we will be able to discover the progress these projects have made and whet …
04 October, 2006
Education Beyond the Classroom (Articles/Latest)
...nd are keen to really explore the potential of handhelds visit the website (www.wildkey.co.uk) and let’s start making full use of these devices’ capabilities!About the AuthorNeil Bailey is a post Doct …
23 June, 2006
Origami, An Educators Perspective (Articles/Latest)
... stand was. Now I was under the impression that Project Origami was the next big thing in ICT, but I did start to get a little concerned when Jill and I couldn’t find the project on the Microsoft stan …
19 March, 2006
Adding value through podcasting (Articles/Latest)
...in the collaborative learning process. The next stage is for you to reflect and then rip it apart. So, a starting point might be to revisit those questions I raised earlier.Author: Andy Ramsden (andy. …
03 March, 2006
A Clear view and strong signal for mLearning (Articles/Latest)
...Dan Corlett and colleagues from the University of Birmingham reported on the continuation of the journey started by Mike Sharples using tablet pcs to “personalise” the student experience and Dan Sutch …
14 November, 2005
Learning with Inspiration (Articles/Latest)
...ted students age 9-10 in the use of Inspiration for handhelds during their study unit on electricity. “I started by asking the students to brainstorm what they knew about electricity using the RapidFi …
11 November, 2005
Handheld Public Services (Articles/Latest)
...es. But by far the greatest number are handhelds in the conventional sense; XDAs, Ipaqs, Palms. They are starting to take root in the pockets and affections of emergency services staff right across th …
03 May, 2005
BIG CHANGE for $mall ¢hange (Articles/Latest)
...s, Fling-It, PAAM, etc. are based on 15 years of classroom-based research at the University of Michigan. Starting out as an Assistant Professor at Yale University, Elliot worked in the New Haven Schoo …
03 May, 2005
Handheld Learning TV (Menu)
Subscribe Handheld Learning TV via iTunes, Miro, or RSS   …
03 July, 2008
Symex mTeacher (Web Links / Links related to software for handheld devices)
Enabling teachers to live the mLearning vision today... use SYMEX mTeacher and start your mLearning experience, at school, at home, in the park on a PDA phone with T-Mobile. …
22 May, 2006
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