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Eleven new ed-tech services to watch | News | eClassroom News - 4 views

    day in the life of digital educator
Lucy Gray

Mobile Pulse Survey 2012 - 2 views

  • We at The MASIE Center were curious about how far along organizations are in using mobile devices for learning. In particular, we wanted to explore the current state of - and aspirations for - mobile learning, ask where the interest in mobile learning is coming from, and determine the key challenges and opportunities organizations associate with delivering mobile learning.
  • Interest in delivering learning on mobile devices is high but implementation is in the very early stages of development. Approximately 80% of organizations reported at least a moderate interest in mobile learning
  • less than 30% of organizations have an enterprise strategy for mobile learning.
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  • responses demonstrate the interest in many responding organizations to be more effective in providing on-the-job performance support and shorter, more focused learning activitie
  • Pressure to provide learning on mobile platforms is coming mostly from employees, including increasingly mobile workforces. Approximately 50% of survey responders reported that at least 50% of their employees already use their own smartphones/devices to access work-related sites or information
Lucy Gray

Half of High Schoolers Own a Smartphone or Tablet - PR Newswire - The Sacramento Bee - 0 views

    According to a mobile learning report released today from Blackboard Inc. and Project Tomorrow®, nearly 50 percent of high schoolers and 40 percent of middle schoolers now own or have access to a smartphone or tablet, marking a 400 percent increase since 2007. The report, which compares key opportunities and challenges in mobile device usage among K-12 students, finds that with this widespread adoption, more schools and school districts are considering the incorporation of mobile devices into instruction
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McMEL - Leadership: Lead4Change Model - 0 views

    Leadership: The Lead4Change Change Model Overview How might leadership be different for large scale school change? Large scale school change, change that really redefines the way things are done in school, requires careful attention to implementing the right components in a thoughtful way.
Lucy Gray

Turning on Mobile Learning in North America - 1 views

    A white paper from UNESCO and CoSN
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