Who is using it?
When are they using it?
Where are they using it?
What are they doing with it?
The original impetus for the proposed standards began while observing mobile phone use by students in both educational and public settings. Students share their devices in study groups, cafeterias, libraries, student unions, on busses, in parks. They stay in the moment with others using WhatsApp, texting or other mobile applications. Mobile devices also enable sharing with desktop devices using email, LMSs, One Drive (for Word) and Google Docs/Hangouts.
Some specifics for m-Learning standards examined in this presentation are:
1. The pedagogical uses including the cognitive, physical, psychological, personal and cultural factors
2. Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) standards.
3. Learning Objects for mobile learning
4. Peer learning with mobile devices
5. Combining apps with the mobile tools, e.g., camera, measurement, audio,
6. Active engagement of learners using the apps
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