Mobile Learning: A Brief Reading List

Posted: January 19, 2009 in mobilelearning, iPod in Education, digital culture, edushifts, Cell Phones in Education
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To further your exploration into the world of mobile learning, here is a list of 10 blog post, articles and other musing on the topic of mobile learning that I have read recently:

1.  iTouch Learning: A page on Jane Hart’s Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies website that lists of reasons why the iPhone/iPod Touch are ideal for mlearning.

http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/iTouchLearning/index.html

2.  Lift the Cell Phone Ban: Hosted on the Scholastic website, this article is a plea to lift the ban on cell phones in schools and to use these devices to help students learn.

http://www2.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=3751073

3.  From Toy to Tool: Cell Phones in Learning: Liz Kolb’s blog on using cell phones for learning.

http://www.cellphonesinlearning.com/

4.  100 Ways to Use Your iPod to Learn and Study Better: The title says it all.  A post found on the iPod Hacker Blog.

http://the-ipod-hacker.blogspot.com/2008/02/100-ways-to-use-your-ipod-to-learn-and.html

5.  Why an iPod Touch in Education? Chris Webb’s blog post with links to resources that can be used on an iPod Touch to help students learn.

http://projects.minot.k12.nd.us/groups/chris/weblog/5ce29/Why_an_iPod_Touch_in_education_.html

6.  School Axes Textbooks as Pupils Download their Homework onto their Mobile Phones: A news article in the UK’s Daily Mail newspaper on a school that is moving away from analog content and toward digital content.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1082928/School-axes-textbooks-pupils-download-homework-mobile-phones.html

7.  Using the iPod for Learning: A slideshare presentation from an Grace Poli, Media Specialist and Apple Distinguished Educator.

http://www.slideshare.net/gpoli/an-ipod-in-your-classroom-toolbox-presentation-736951?type=powerpoint

8. Mobile Phones and Citizen Journalism: A wiki on the MobileActive.org website on using cell phones in citizen journalism.

http://mobileactive.org/wiki/Mobile_Phones_and_Citizen_Journalism

9. MurMur: A concept where oral histories are collected and shared in various areas in 8 cities around the world (as of this writing) where the general public is free to both record and listen to personal histories connected to their neighbourhoods.

http://murmurtoronto.ca/

10.  Enabling Mobile Learning: An article about enabling mobile learning on the Educase Connect website.

http://connect.educause.edu/Library/EDUCAUSE+Review/EnablingMobileLearning/40549?time=1220792835

Comments
  1. Jorge says:

    Wow, thanks, nice.🙂

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