Tag Archives: mobile learning

New IEEE article on sensor technology for learning support

The new Bulletin of the IEEE Technical Committee on Learning Technology (Volume 16) is now available at: http://www.ieeetclt.org/content/bulletin-16-2-3 I have one overview article on sensors for learning support: Abstract: One major technology revolution of the last 2-3 years is the broad integration … Continue reading

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New publications about sensors and smart city learning

Bernardo Tabuenca has published two new articles. He is doing work in the area of integrating life-long learning services into every day environments and linking them to the objects we use every day in our studies and learning activities. Title: … Continue reading

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iStanford and daily lifelong learning

 

While spending my summer sabbatical at Stanford University beside the inspirational environment and some smaller projects I am working on I recently have tried a bit of iStanford. The mobile phone app of Stanford University, basically it giv… Continue reading

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Sensors for reflection and learning (Topic of the month)

There is a whole movement of using sensor data for self tracking and self analysis.

The Quantified Self Group has lots of examples in their blog about using sensor information from different tools, apps, and gadgets importing them into vi… Continue reading

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Upcoming Workshops and Conferences

Recently lots of activities are coming up around mobile, contextual, and new one-to-one learning models. This is a small collection of upcoming events with which we are involved in organization or as PC member:

– International Workshop on "Tec… Continue reading

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Mobile Task Management

Yesterday I made short survey of task management tools. Originally the purpose was to have a good cloud based service for managing small teams and distributing tasks to team members. I personally use OmniFocus which I like a lot for GTD (Getting thin… Continue reading

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PhD Voice Interactive Classroom

 

Victor Manuel Alvarez Garcia (http://www.di.uniovi.es/~victoralvarez/) had his successful PhD defence for his thesis on “Voice Interactive Classroom, a service-oriented architecture to enable cross-platform multiple-channel access to Internet-ba… Continue reading

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CELSTEC co-organizer of Mobile Learning Day 2010

CELSTEC is co-organizer of the Mobile Learning Day 2010 at Fernuniversität Hagen (http://mlearning.fernuni-hagen.de/mld-programm/).

I will give there an opening keynote and an overview of mobile learning research projects and application fields … Continue reading

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Best educational iPhone app

This is the most promising app for education that I have seen so far in the app store: WikiServer. The interface is crap and not well-suited for a tiny screen, but the idea is great.

WikiServer does what it says on the tin, it installs a wiki server -… Continue reading

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Dagstuhl Session on Emerging Learning Landscapes

 

Begin of September I have organized a Dagstuhl Session on Emerging Learning Landscapes together with Marcelo Milrad and Ulrich Hoppe. We have been really lucky to have an outstanding list of international researchers from the fields of… Continue reading

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