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Mobile Essentials for Faculty (215986461)

Mobile Essentials for Faculty (215986461)

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This session will introduce you to UCFs mobile learning professional development course. The course was derived from the results of the 2012 Mobile/E-Textbook Survey, which indicated that while the majority of students had access to devices and were using them for academic purposes, there was mixed belief in their ability to enhance understanding of the course content. The course is self-paced and modular, which meets the needs of many instructors. The course includes an overview of mobile learning with definitions, common barriers to integrating mobile technology into content, pedagogical consideration, and practical examples of mobile integration.

Outcomes: Briefly review the results of the 2012 survey and their relevance to the development of the mobile course * Learn about the structure of the mobile course * Evaluate your setting for possible mobile integration opportunities
http://www.educause.edu/events/online-spring-focus-session-faculty-engagement-and-development/2014/mobile-essentials-faculty
This session will introduce you to UCFs mobile learning professional development course. The course was derived from the results of the 2012 Mobile/E-Textbook Survey, which indicated that while the majority of students had access to devices and were using them for academic purposes, there was mixed belief in their ability to enhance understanding of the course content. The course is self-paced and modular, which meets the needs of many instructors. The course includes an overview of mobile learning with definitions, common barriers to integrating mobile technology into content, pedagogical consideration, and practical examples of mobile integration.

Outcomes: Briefly review the results of the 2012 survey and their relevance to the development of the mobile course * Learn about the structure of the mobile course * Evaluate your setting for possible mobile integration opportunities
http://www.educause.edu/events/online-spring-focus-session-faculty-engagement-and-development/2014/mobile-essentials-faculty

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 ELI Spring Focus Session Participant Chat: Links and Abbreviated Transcript
April 2, 2014: 1:45 p.m. ET (UTC-4; 12:45 p.m. CT, 11:45 a.m. MT, 10:45 a.m. PT)
April 2, 2014: 2:00 p.m. ET
April 2, 2014: 2:15 p.m. ET
April 2, 2014: 2:30 p.m. ET
 Session Links:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Claim Badge at: bit.ly/uainnovativelearning
 
Use Materials at: bit.ly/uaaeli
 
Abbreviated Chat Transcript:
 
A Blended Journey in Faculty Development
Thomas Carey Vancouver Island University: (13:55) "Trial and error" might be better framed as a need for adaptation of exemplary practices and resources from the professionsal community, iteration to apply local insights, and assessment for improvement and contribution back to the professional community :). Veronica Diaz: (13:55) nice list! Thomas Carey Vancouver Island University: (13:56) Yeah, "trial and error" sounded a bit too much like the 'amateur artisan' approach.
 
ELI145Attendee35 @university: (13:57) Of the last chart: I'd like toi know the pedagogical motives for the use of the new strategies. ELI145Attendee35 @university: (13:57) What was the name of that tool that lets students annotate videos? Barbara Taylor @ California State Univ, San Marcos: (13:57) Can you repeat the name of the tool that allowed the students to annotate videos. Michelle Pacansky-Brock @ Cal State Univ, Channel Islands: (13:58) @Barbara https://vialogues.com/  Michelle Pacansky-Brock @ Cal State Univ, Channel Islands: (13:59) Curation tool Jill mentioned is http://www.scoop.it/ 
Mobile Essentials for Faculty
Malcolm Brown: (14:06) I wonder if they got info on what kind of use? Malcolm Brown: (14:07) Interesting they are referencing smartphones.What role do tablets play? Patrice Prusko @ Cornell University: (14:07) I worked on a similar study that included students from Latin America and the U. The results were similar Patrice Prusko @ Cornell University: (14:09) Did the data plan students had impact their use of smartphones for course use? Patrice Prusko @ Cornell University: (14:11) I recently attended a student panel and was surprised to hear students say they preferred to use their laptop for coursework and smartphone foe social. Debra Fowler @ Texas A&M University: (14:16) How was accessibilitywith mobile learning addressed? Cindy Jennings @ Univ of South Carolina Upstate: (14:17) Is it possible to see the Mobile App Evaluation Test
EduPass: A Digital Badge Journey to Professional Learning at UA
Linda Futch @ University of Central Florida: (14:18) The resources they recommend are on the blog, Bobby White @ California College of the Arts: (14:19) Just posting that tool again that Jill mentioned: https://vialogues.com/ (Thanks to Elizabeth Dalton for catching)
 
Jeho Park@Harvey Mudd College: (14:19) bit.ly url please Jill Leafstedt @ Cal State University, Channel Islands: (14:19) Thanks @Bobby Veronica Diaz: (14:20) bit.ly/uaaeli @Todd_Conaway: (14:23) I got badges in Cub Scouts and they were meaningful becuase the culture valued and honored the work I did to get them. Linda Futch @ University of Central Florida: (14:23) btw, for those looking for the UCF Mobile App Checklist in particular plz see http://bit.ly/ucfmobile_checklist  Veronica Diaz: (14:24) thanks Linda! Patrice Prusko @ Cornell University: (14:24) @Todd_Conway Good point it needs to become a part of our culture ELI145Attendee32 @university: (14:24) I am married ELI145Attendee2 @university: (14:25) sailboat @Todd_Conaway: (14:25) My laptop has a #ds106 sticker on it. Kristi & Ryan @ Missouri State University: (14:25) I am wearing a department name badge Brianne Bruington @ University of Wisconsin Madison: (14:25) jewelry I created Cathy Long @ Ivy Tech Comm College of Indiana: (14:25) jewelry Linda Futch @ University of Central Florida: (14:25) nametag Fred Zinn @ Univ of Massachusetts Amherst: (14:25) 4 wedding rings in the room Lisa Moske @ Cal State University, Long Beach: (14:25) I have a wedding ring and I have library deco on my desk. CITL @ Indiana University Bloomington: (14:25) wedding ring Bryan Best @ University of La Verne: (14:25) a department shirt Bobby White @ California College of the Arts: (14:25) I wear an unobtrusive, but visible chain on my wallet. Michelle Pacansky-Brock @ Cal State Univ, Channel Islands: (14:25) Medic Alert bracelet. lol Kristi & Ryan @ Missouri State University: (14:25) jjewelry SNHU: (14:25) Darth vader on laptop

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