Models of Mobile Learning

Posted: December 26, 2011 in mlearning, mobilelearning
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In incorporating mobile learning into everyday teaching and learning, one first must think of a workable model to frame the discussion and the implementation.  Here are four resources that provide models and/or ideas for models of mobile learning.

1) Models of Mobile Learning – Mobl21: A Web model vs App model vs. Cellular model discussion

2) 7 Learning Models of Mobile Learning – Mobl21: a look at 7 different ways mobile devices can be incorporated into everyday teaching and learning

3) A Proposed Theoretical Model for M-Learning Adoption in Developing Countries - An 11 page article for the University of South Africa.  The title says it all.

4) Towards a Theory of Mobile Learning – A nine page paper (PDF) from the University of Birmingham looking at the design of mobile learning systems.

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  3. Derek Bruff says:

    Mind if I add my taxonomy (http://derekbruff.org/?p=355) to the mix? Mine is focused more on teaching and learning activities than logistics and implementation.

    1. “Super-clickers” allowing for multiple-choice as well as free-response questions during class
    2. Tools for student-to-student communication and collaboration during class (e.g. backchannel discussion)
    3. Portals to the world outside of the class (e.g. Google jockeys)
    4. Mobile platforms for delivering content (lecture notes, videos, texts, etc.) anywhere students happen to be
    5. Tools for collecting and analyzing data (interviews, photos, scientific data, etc.) while out in the field

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