Based on the popularity of my previous mobile learning reading list blog post, I decided to post another reading list with some of the more recent items I’ve read or seen around the topic of mobile learning. All of these articles and more can be found under the mobile learning tag in my del.icio.us bookmarks.
1. Mobile Phones and Computers Debate: Educational Technology Debate exploring ICT and learning in developing countries. The debate is relevant to teaching and learning in developed countries as well.
2. iTouch Learning: iPhone and iPod Touch: A compilation of articles posted by the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies on using Apple Inc.’s iPhone and iPod Touch in learning.
3. School Matters: Mobile Phones, Mobile Minds: A teachers.tv video series on young people, their mobile phones, and the impacts on their schools and education.
4. 10 Disruptions that Could Transform your Classroom: A Dean Shareski presentation. The CoolIris browser plug-in is required to view the presentation.
5. 8 Mobile Technologies to Watch in 2009, 2010: A ReadWriteWeb article on future trends in the continued development of mobile technologies.
6. 20 Best Websites to Download Free eBooks: This is pretty self-explanatory.
7. Personalized Learning With the iPod Touch – iPod Touch Apps: A list of apps that an Australian teacher/blogger uses with students to personalize their learning experiences. The entire blog is definitely worth perusing as well.
8. Are You Ready for Mobile Learning?: An Educase article investigating the readiness of both students and teachers in using mobile devices in learning.
9. Mobile Learning: Transforming the Delivery of Education and Training: A book of articles published by Athabasca University. While the physical book can be purchased, the eBook can be downloaded for free.
10. Opera Reports Explosive Mobile Web Growth Worldwide: Another ReadWriteWeb article. This one links to and summarizes a report by Opera, the maker of the Opera, Opera Mobile and Opera Mini web browsers, on the explosive growth of mobile web browsing worldwide.