BYOD, or Bring Your Own Devices. Is this the future of using technology for learning? What are the issues of using learner owned devices? What do institutions need to do to be able to ensure that learner owned devices can be used within the institution for learning? What about e-safety? Bring it on…
MoLeNET was a three year multi-million pound programme of mobile learning projects for Further Education, funded by the LSC and managed by the LSN. Two years on what is the legacy of MoLeNET and where are we with mobile learning now in FE. Have other sectors listened and learned from the lessons of MoLeNET. Listen to the legacy of MoLeNET.
From a recent presentation at a CILIP Excecutive Briefing on e-Books. Through the use of a number of mobile devices James will give an overview of how the FE sector is promoting their e-book collections through mobile technologies and how this can enhance the learning experience and extend the access and use of e-books.
With James Clay.
This is the 82nd e-Learning Stuff Podcast, e-Books go Mobile.
Good news. The e-Learning Stuff podcast returns with a brand new episode after our summer break. James, David and Lilian discuss various news items, what they’ve been doing, sharing practice, collaboration and they have their tips and picks of the week.
So what is your digital footprint? Where can others find you online? What can you do about other people who post stuff about you on services such as Facebook, Google+ and the Twitter. Are you CMALTed? How many apps do you have on your iPhone?
The most expensive iOS App James has bought is TomTom for the iPhone.
Audioboo lets you record and publish audio files along with an image the the geodata.
It was a normal busy Friday morning in the small West Yorkshire market town of Wetherby when someone working in a café spotted a man acting a bit suspiciously on the street. He appeared to have a small plastic box in his hand and after fiddling with the container he bent down and hid it under a flower box standing on the pavement. He then walked off, talking to somebody on his phone. Geocaching: the unintended results.