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Hugo Domingos

From Open Educational Resources to Open Educational Practices | eLearning - 3 views

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    Although open educational resources (OER) are high on the agenda of social and inclusion policies and supported by many stakeholders, their use in higher education (HE) and adult education (AE) has not yet reached the critical threshold.
Hugo Domingos

PLE y m-Learning con Moodle 2.0 - 2 views

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    La finalidad del presente proyecto es la de desarrollar un producto formativo sobre el uso de la Web 2.0 aplicada al e-Learning (e-Learning 2.0) impartido en modalidad m-Learning,
Hugo Domingos

Universal instructional design principles for mobile learning | Elias | The Internation... - 0 views

  • The report extends a previous analysis of universal instructional design principles in distance education by applying them to the design of mobile learning.
  • set of opportunities:
  • set of challenges.
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    The report extends a previous analysis of universal instructional design principles in distance education by applying them to the design of mobile learning
Hugo Domingos

Check out the Future of Moodle Mobile from Moodle HQ | Moodle News - 2 views

  • Compared with some of the already available Mobile Apps for Moodle (http://moodlenews.com/mobile) the official app looks to engage the device’s inherent tools more deeply in order to upload audio, video and images from a mobile handset directly to Moodle, allowing for mobile-specific activities and assessments.  Support for the other standard Moodle features is also implied.
  • The wire-frame mock-ups of the screens look promising
Hugo Domingos

Enabling Mobile Learning (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

  • The mobile revolution is finally here. Wherever one looks, the evidence of mobile penetration and adoption is irrefutable: cell phones, PDAs (personal digital assistants), MP3 players, portable game devices, handhelds, tablets, and laptops abound. No demographic is immune from this phenomenon. From toddlers to seniors, people are increasingly connected and are digitally communicating with each other in ways that would have been impossible to imagine only a few years ago
  • Why Not Mobile for Learning?
  • Using portable devices to support teaching and learning is not a new concept in educational circles.
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  • The heightened interest in mobile possibilities for teaching, learning, and research can be attributed to a number of factors: the continuing expansion of broadband wireless networks; the explosion of power and capacity of the next generation of cellular telephones; and the fact that mobile telephones, a familiar tool for communications, are already fully ingrained in contemporary life as part of our social practice
  • As a result, U.S. educators are finding themselves in the awkward position of knowing that the mobile revolution is coming, without really being able to imagine what it’s going to look like or what the possibilities for mobile learning may be.

  • mobile learning represents the next step in a long tradition of technology-mediated learning. It will feature new strategies, practices, tools, applications, and resources to realize the promise of ubiquitous, pervasive, personal, and connected learning. It responds to the on-demand learning interests of connected citizens in an information-centric world.
  • t also connects formal educational experience (e.g., taking a class, attending a workshop, or participating in a training session) with informal, situated learning experience (e.g., receiving performance support
  • The success of mobile learning will ultimately revolve around a mosaic of rich converged experiences. These experiences will rest, in turn, on a foundation of converged network and device technologies, wireless services, rights management, content management, search management, and transactional processing power. Successful mobile learning will demand a rich presentation layer that runs efficiently on a variety of platforms and a variety of form factors.
  • First, there are more wireless networks, services, and devices than ever before.Today’s wireless communications industry is in global growth mode
  • Second, consumers are demanding better mobile experiences than ever before. In reflecting on what makes an experience great, Kevin Mullet has noted that other things being equal, we want our experiences to be as vivid—as immediate, direct, and engaging to our senses—as possible.
  • Third, people want "anytime, anywhere" connections more than ever before.Demands for information, performance support, instruction, training, and education are being shaped by people who want access to resources, assets, program, and people when and where they need those connections most.
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    The mobile revolution is finally here. Wherever one looks, the evidence of mobile penetration and adoption is irrefutable: cell phones, PDAs (personal digital assistants), MP3 players, portable game devices, handhelds, tablets, and laptops abound.
Hugo Domingos

Mobile Learning: Using Tools at Hand - 2 views

  • Take a look around and chances are you’ll see a mobile device. Phones, iPods, laptops, netbooks, iPads, USB drives, and handheld games seem to be everywhere. Combine these ever-present gadgets with educational and productivity uses and you’ve got mobile learning.
  • Mobile learning can happen anywhere: in a classroom, at the dinning room table, on a bus, in front of a science exhibit, at the zoo…anywhere!
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  • A learner may take notes on her phone and later transfers them to a laptop where she adds images and shares the document online with her study group.
  • a podcast to view that visually explains the concept.
  • tudents create flashcards that they can access from their handheld computers at home.
  • lm video using their cell phones and transfer it to a computer for editing.
  • so he instantly accesses the article about Watergate online and views the Watergate complex on an interactive map.
  • mobile learning provides increased options for the personalization of learning
  • there are plenty of opportunities for formal and informal learning, both inside and outside the classroom.
  • Learners that harness the power of these tools can be more productive and have resources for learning when and where they are needed.
  • Learning in Hand
    Blog, podcast, and information about iPods, iPhones, iPads, netbooks and podcasting
eLearning Hoje

What My PLN Means To Me - 1 views

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    by @catspyjamasnz
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    Uma visão interessante (e muito pessoal) sobre a importância de uma Personal Learning Network (PLN)
eLearning Hoje

toonlet - 3 views

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    O poder da banda desenhada à distância de um click.
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