Sunday, May 06, 2007

MLearning papers and periodicals coming thick and fast

This time in the Special Issue of Educational Technology Magazine on Mobile Computing

http://ubiquitousthoughts.wordpress.com/2007/05/03/special-issue-of-educational-technology-magazine-on-mobile-computing/

Thanks to Mark van 't Hooft of RCET at Kent state University . Looking around to find someone who taking the journal abstract looks good though. The contents list is enough to wet your appetite,.

Educational Technology Magazine, vol. 47, no. 3
CONTENTS
Special Issue on Highly Mobile Computing

Introduction to Special Issue
Mark van ‘t Hooft and Philip Vahey (link to article)

Educational Technology for the Mainstream: A call for Designing for Simplicity and Reliability
Cathleen Norris, Namsoo Shin, & Elliot Soloway

Highly Mobile Devices, Pedagogical Possibilities, and How Teaching Needs to Be Reconceptualized to Realize Them
Karen Swan, Annette Kratcoski, & Mark van ‘t Hooft (link to article)

Using Handhelds to Link Private Cognition and Public Interaction
Philip Vahey, Jeremy Roschelle, & Deborah Tatar

Teacher Uses of Highly Mobile Technologies: Probes and Podcasts
Robert Tinker, Paul Horwitz, Stephen Bannasch, Carolyn Staudt, & Tony Vincent
Classroom Connectivity: Increasing Participation and Understanding Inside the Classroom
Stephen Hegedus

What Happens to “Writing Across the Curriculum” with Handheld Devices?
Louise Yarnall, Sara Carriere, Tina Stanford, Carmen Manning, & Bob Melton

Can Handhelds Make a Difference? Lessons Learned from Large and Small Scale Implementations
Christine Tomasino, Kellie Doubek, &Meg Ormiston

Learning Bridges: A Role for Mobile Technologies in Education
Giasemi Vavoula, Mike Sharples, Peter Lonsdale, Paul Rudman, & Julia Meek

In and Beyond the Classroom: Making Informal Learning Truly Ubiquitous with Highly Mobile Devices
Yimei Lin

Handheld Computers in Education: An Industry Perspective
Mark van ’t Hooft and Philip Vahey (link to article)

Blurring Lines with Mobile Learning Games
Eric Klopfer

Creating a Powerful Learning Environment with Networked Mobile Learning Devices
Valerie M. Crawford

Education’s Intertwingled Future
Judy Breck

The industry perspective is worth a read http://www.rcet.org/research/publications/ET_May-June_2007_industry.pdf

Notice Graham Brown Martin of handheld learning gets his views in as a industry luminarie good on Graham.

1 comment:

dutchboyinohio said...

The full issue of Educational Technology Magazine, vol. 47, no. 3, Special Issue on Highly Mobile Computing is online at
http://asianvu.com/bookstoread/etp/Educational_Technology_May_June_2007.pdf