9 responses to “Mobile Devices and Digital Media for Social Networking in Learning”

  1. CubertsCube

    As always it is the parents and teachers who should make education relevant to students. Technology should become an inclusive tool. Where all are able to obtain access to hardware and applicationsif needed.Notebooks, iPads, and laptop computers — paid for with the help of state dollars — are becoming an increasingly popular sight in classrooms.

  2. Mobile Devices and Digital Media for Social Networking in Learning | Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology | Innovación, Creación y Evaluación en Docencia | Scoop.it

    [...] Representatives from England and Italy came to UBC to discuss the use of mobile devices and social networking in education.  [...]

  3. Mobile Devices and Digital Media for Social Networking in Learning | Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology | mLearning anywhere, anytime, anyhow ... | Scoop.it

    [...] Representatives from England and Italy came to UBC to discuss the use of mobile devices and social networking in education.  [...]

  4. Mobile Devices and Digital Media for Social Networking in Learning ... | Facilitated classroom | Scoop.it

    [...] This begs the question of whether educational institutions should incorporate these technologies into their curriculum or continue to ban cellphone usage in the classroom. The Social Mobile Networking for Informal Learning (SoMobNet) …  [...]

  5. Media Benchmarking

    i like it.thanks for sharing

  6. Mobile Devices and Digital Media for Social Networking in Learning ... | Education in Virtual Worlds | Scoop.it

    [...] It is estimated that consumers use their mobile devices up to 17.3 hours per week for everything from entertainment to education. New generations of students are becoming more proficient at using mobile devices, and social …  [...]

  7. Mobile Devices and Digital Media for Social Networking in Learning ... | mobile tech in ESL | Scoop.it

    [...] It is estimated that consumers use their mobile devices up to 17.3 hours per week for everything from entertainment to education. New generations of students are becoming more proficient at using mobile devices, and social …  [...]

  8. Mobile Devices and Digital Media for Social Networking in Learning ... | Virtual Learning & Educational Resources | Scoop.it

    [...] It is estimated that consumers use their mobile devices up to 17.3 hours per week for everything from entertainment to education. New generations of students are becoming more proficient at using mobile devices, and social …  [...]

  9. Mobile Devices and Digital Media for Social Networking in Learning … « Performance by Design

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