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OHIO to host Mobile Learning Symposium


OHIO Mobile Learning Symposium


Interested in iPods, iPads, netbooks, laptops, and phones? Excited about mobile technology for teaching and learning? Want to connect with other educators and students to learn from their successes and challenges?

Ohio University Office of Information Technology and University Libraries invite faculty, staff, & students to participate in the Ohio Mobile Learning Symposium on Monday, May 16, 2011, in Alden Library, Friends of the Library Room & Faculty Commons.

No registration required! No Fees! Come to any session that fits in your schedule!

MAY 16, 2011


10:10 AM Opening Speaker - Sarah Mann, Center for Innovation & Technology in Education, Northern Kentucky University;  Mobile in Academia ARCHIVE: Mobile Learning Symposium 16May2011 Part - 01

1:10 AM Library Apps Project - Megan Tomeo, Engineering Library and project manager for the Alden App, will briefly explain the development process of the library’s new app and highlight key features, including how the app can help with your research and how easy it is to connect with the library. 11:35 AM OHIO Map App Project - Cody House, Jamie Smith, Ryan Straight ARCHIVE: Mobile Learning Symposium 16May2011 Part - 02

 Noon Pizza/Discussion Matt Dagostino, ATT, will talk about emerging trends and Mobile Applications in Higher Education. ARCHIVE: Mobile Learning Symposium 16May2011 Part - 03

1:10 PM   Student Panel Using mobile apps in the classroom—from a teaching and a learning perspective ARCHIVE:    Mobile Learning Symposium 16May2011 Part - 04

 2:10 PM   iPad Pilot Project - Eugene Geist, Associate Professor in Teacher Education, will discuss how iPads can be used in the classroom and how students and instructors adapt to mobile learning.  He will discuss his experience with a Pilot Program in one of his curriculum development classes. ARCHIVE:   Mobile Learning Symposium 16May2011 Part - 05


Vendor Displays & Demo set up in the Faculty Commons throughout the day. Vendors included:

Blackboard logo Verizon Wireless logo McGraw Hill logo

See how Blackboard's Mobile Solutions have transformed User Experiences - Select one of several institutions.

Dell, Apple, Sprint, AT&T, Centage

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