Mlearning: learning by mobile (cell) phone and other mobile devices

A few weeks ago I did a presentation about Mobile Learning (Mlearning) for low-literate adults with graduate students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s Center for International Education.  I made the slides on my computer, uploaded them to my iPhone and projected them from the iPhone to a multimedia projector. You can see the presentation (from your computer or web-accessible mobile device) at:

http://www.slideshare.net/djrosen/mlearning-international-projects-for-adults.

Note: on many of the slides where you see web addresses you should be able to select the link and play demonstration videos. After you look at the slide show presentation, I would be happy to have your comments here, particularly if there are other good examples of Mlearning for low-literate adults that I might include in the presentation.

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3 Responses to “Mlearning: learning by mobile (cell) phone and other mobile devices”

  1. djrosen Says:

    Leave your comments here.

  2. Melinda McDonald Hefner Says:

    Thanks, David, for sharing this. I looked briefly at the Slideshare and, when I have more time, will check out the strategies for using mobile technology listed on the wiki.

    Melinda

  3. shenitrastokesdees Says:

    Thanks for the slideshare. These are some very interesting strategies for using mobile technology!

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