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Home Access - Who Benefits? (Articles/Latest)
...manufacturers, TV networks, cable and satellite operators.  Apple has demonstrated with its latest iPhone how the mobile phone and the PC will become the same device. The number of people using h …
28 September, 2008
The New Apple Core (Articles/Latest)
... now Chairman of Handheld Learning gazes into the crystal ball and considers his bet's on the new Apple iPhone.Now here is one particular view of the world, perhaps controversial, but a different way …
11 July, 2008
Derek Robertson - Hero Innovator (Articles/Latest)
... Technology platforms used include Nintendo DS and Wii, Sony PSP and PlayStation, Xbox as well as mobile phones. On my visit I was invited to see the work that had been achieved by year 2 primary s …
23 March, 2008
It's the Learning, Stupid! (Articles/Latest)
...get me thinking about young people’s relationship with technology.My 7 year old, a keen iBook owner, an iPhone want-to-have and Nintendo Wii demon, is quite taken with the RM miniBook / Asus EEE PC wa …
01 March, 2008
Identity, Ownership and Mobility (Articles/Latest)
...s. I would even suggest that all work is treated with adequate respect and status. When we lose a mobile phone or a laptop, when a hard disc drive fails beyond repair, what do we lament most, the devi …
21 January, 2008
Back and Forward (Articles/Latest)
...and marketed by the consumer electronics industry. Games consoles, handheld entertainment devices, smart phones are outselling traditional computing devices and more importantly across nearly all soci …
21 December, 2007
Handheld Learning 2007: And the Winner Is … (Articles/Latest)
...by PowerPoint sessions.  Best New Device I Saw: Samsung’s Q1 (closely followed by Graham’s “mobile” phone from the 1980s ).Best Software I Saw: RedHalo. I think it’s strength is that it’s almost …
20 November, 2007
Handheld Learning 2007 - Review (Articles/Latest)
...ferent shapes and sizes to learn wherever they happen to be. The ones I heard mentioned most were mobile phone, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, Sony PSP, the One Child Per Laptop computer (OLPC) iPod, and …
26 October, 2007
The Steering Committee Speaks (Articles/Latest)
...ers gave their not-inconsiderable amount of time freely not just during meetings but also via relentless phone calls and emails from myself as we developed each theme and considered the many hundreds …
17 September, 2007
From Brick to Slick (Articles/Latest)
...of the internet, The parallel with the GSM network is in my humble opinion even more striking The mobile phone and the great role the GSM agreement has had in making that happen are even more striking …
06 September, 2007
Mobile Learning and the demise of the PDA (Articles/Latest)
... “PDA” will always be associated with the simple personal information managers, i.e. digital diaries and phone books, from which they originated. Even when PDAs started to be called “Pocket PC’s” they …
15 August, 2007
Creative Assessment with Handhelds (Articles/Latest)
... it. The students went further and suggested the digital pen would be better if it had a camera and microphone built in. They were essentially describing a PDA and when we subsequently trialled with P …
17 March, 2007
Handhelds in Feltham - An Evaluation (Articles/Latest)
...nificant consideration for young children and those with physical disabilities), more part of the mobile phone technology familiar to pupils and parents and easier to carry undetected.  The last …
17 March, 2007
Handheld Learning 2006 - Review (Articles/Latest)
...cket PC, with barely a mention of Palm handhelds. There was also plenty of discussion about using mobile phones and Sony PSPs in classrooms. Many presenters echoed the sentiment that the hardware and …
31 October, 2006
mLearn 2006 - Review (Articles/Latest)
...iland, Nigeria, Brazil and Argentina. Each device has a CPU, WiFi, sunlight readable screen, video, microphone, speakers, gamer buttons and a hinge so you can turn it into an e book.  Power is su …
31 October, 2006
Handheld Learning 2006 (Articles/Latest)
...ic fun! Can we really ignore them?Similarly, Symbian the producer of the operating system in many mobile phones such as those by Nokia and Sony Ericsson, rather than adopting a bloat-ware strategy tha …
04 October, 2006
Ubiquitous Computing: More than Handhelds (Articles/Latest)
...ticle).The fact that technology is everywhere, and can be used anytime by everyone (ATMs, scanners, cell phones, handhelds, gaming devices, iPods, cars, kitchens)……..it’s ubiquitous.As a result, these …
28 April, 2006
What is Handheld? Does size matter? (Articles/Latest)
...d portable devices are varied. Different people have different perspectives and opinions. Is it a mobile phone? A PDA? An MP3 player? UMPC? Reader? Games console? Tablet PC? Laptop? Classroom response …
28 April, 2006
Origami, An Educators Perspective (Articles/Latest)
...s for media player etc. It has all of the usual interfaces 2 x usb ports, wireless, Bluetooth , headphone, mic socket, WLAN, etc. THERE IS NO ONBOARD CAMERA! The devices will have a 1Gh …
19 March, 2006
Mobile Technologies vs New Victorian Architecture (Articles/Latest)
... to accept that personalised mobile technologies such as handheld computers, gaming consoles and smart-phones are a part of that future. These devices are often as powerful as desktop computers, ha …
10 March, 2006
A Clear view and strong signal for mLearning (Articles/Latest)
...ila and Timo Fordell Department of Education, Finland showed us how really young children can use mobile phones to analyse their surroundings and communicate with each other and the tutor.Geoff Stead …
14 November, 2005
Handheld Public Services (Articles/Latest)
...se devices are in car units with A5 screens, others are ‘traditional’ laptops and tablets, some are smartphones, and soon there will be a new device – the Airwave Data Companion, a highly portable A5 …
03 May, 2005
Lightweight gadget with a Heavyweight effect (Articles/Latest)
...lessons, the mpa player can be relaxing (depends on your choice of music!).  And, through my mobile phone, I can surf the internet.  Also via the “mobile”, txt msgs R mch easier 2 write (u c …
03 May, 2005
BIG CHANGE for $mall ˘hange (Articles/Latest)
...ren; with wires wrapped around their heads, batteries stacked in mounds on their desks at home, and cell phones veritably glued to their ears they see technology as important. Therefore, if we are goi …
03 May, 2005
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...periences both in and outside the traditional education environment.These technologies range from mobile phones to games consoles, low cost laptops to media players, social media platforms to media sh …
19 June, 2008
TutorByTxt (Web Links / Links to educational resources)
Education SMS turning any phone into a learning tool. …
16 April, 2008
Joined-up Texting (Web Links / Research)
Research report by MORI - The role of mobile phones in young people's lives" including the topline results. …
29 April, 2007
Mobile Phone Health & Safety Issues (Web Links / Safety)
... Association this site provides information regarding the health and safety risks associated with mobile phone masts and use of mobile (cellular) phone technology. …
24 April, 2007
Symex mTeacher (Web Links / Links related to software for handheld devices)
...oday... 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
VoIP for Palm OS (Web Links / Links to Palm related sites)
Make free or very cheap phone calls using your Palm OS device. …
07 March, 2006
Skype for Pocket PC (Web Links / Links to Pocket PC sites)
Voice over IP. Make free or very cheap phone calls using your Pocket PC. …
07 March, 2006
MAME game emulator (Symbian version) (Web Links / Entertainment Software)
MAME emulator for Nokia, Motorola and other Symbian based phones. …
13 February, 2006
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