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Using Mobile Devices in The Library and Classroom

Page history last edited by Jennifer Wyatt 8 years, 7 months ago

 

 

Basic Smartphone features

 

 

  • Calculator

  • Calendar

  • Notes

  • Reminders 

  • Maps 

 

Student Response

 

 

QR Code

 

  • i-nigma app -- Activity: Download the app and participate in a qr code activtiy

  • Quickmark

  • QR Stuff 

  • QR Voice 

 

Digital Camera

 

 

Research

 

 

Google Apps

 

Other Features

 

  • Blogger

  • Voki -- Activity: Create an avatar and record voice with your phone 

  • Ipadio  -- Activity: Podcast from your phone

  • Yodio  -- Activity: Create and share a yodio

 

 

Resources:

 

Liz Kolb http://cellphonesinlearning.blogspot.com/

Liz Kolb, Toys to Tools: Connecting Student Cell Phones to Eductaion, ISTE, 2008

Liz Kolb, Cell Phones in the Classroom: A Practical Guide for Educators, ISTE, 2011

Kipp D. Rogers, Ph.D. Anytime, Anywhere! Mobile Learning Using Cell Phones: Activities for the Classroom, Visions Technology, 2009

Lisa Nielsen & Willyn Webb. Teaching Generation Text: Using Cell Phones to Enhance Learning, Jossey-Bass Teacher, 2011

Jarrod Robinson www.thepegeek.com

 

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