Links leading to mLearning topics

Below are links to topics related to mobile learning.

Augmented Reality:

  1. Augmented reality on EduWiki.
  2. A European look at Augmented reality and how it helps students… that is if the glasses are accepted as a mobile device!
  3. A lengthy video lecture about Augmented Learning in Education

Simulated Learning on Mobile Devices

  1. Some ideas about using iPad simulation in workplace training.
  2. 3 iPad simulations for learning.
  3. An article about the use of simulation to teach physics with focus on models rather than mathematical complexities.

User Generated Teal Time Content

  1. A white paper about the use of Clicker in the classroom.
  2. A blog on Smart Planet about the use of Clicker in the classroom.
  3. An interesting European report about User Generated Content as applied in real time internet.

Behavioural Nutrition Uses

  1. From International Jouranl of Behaviural Nutrition: Global positioning system: a new opportunity in physical activity measurement. Useful for health practitioners or students in health related programs.
  2. This is a list of iPod/iPad apps related to physical training.
  3. Nice read from The New Your Times about the use of mobile devices in health training.

Near Field Communication (NFC)

  1. Wikipedia explanation of the Near Field Communication.
  2. An article that desribe NFC as the next generation QR.
  3. Very interesting paper about the implementation of NFC in higher education.

QR and Augmented Information

  1. A Pearltree page link about everything QR.
  2. Use of QR in Libraries.
  3. A good article about Augmented Reality in Education.

Coordinated Learning and GPS

  1. From SEDL: Using GPS to promote problem solving. Useful for K-12 classes or any other course related to problem solving using real life scenarios.
  2. From International Jouranl of Behaviural Nutrition: Global positioning system: a new opportunity in physical activity measurement. useful for health practitioners or students in health related programs.
  3. A Textbook: Google Earth and GPS Elementary Classroom Activities. A book filled with GPS activities to be used at schools.