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Great Mobile Learning Blogs

Here's a list of mobile learning blogs created by the Mobile Learning Blog itself (http://themobilenative.blogspot.com/). It's a great list!

Source: http://themobilenative.blogspot.com/2012/01/mobile-learning-blogroll.html

From Toy to Tool: Cell Phones in Learning

Liz is an associate researcher and lecturer at The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI. She authored Toys to Tools: Connecting Student Cell Phones to Education (published by ISTE in 2008). A second publication titled Cell Phones in the Classroom: A Practical Guide for the K-12 Educator (published by ISTE in 2011). Liz has published numerous articles on new technologies and education in prominent publications such as Education Leadership, Scholastic.com, and Learning and Leading with Technology. Liz has done consulting work and has been a featured and keynote speaker at conferences all over the United States and Canada. She is passionate about engaging students in education and educational opportunity through their own technologies. Liz is a former social studies and computer technology teacher. In addition she spent 4 years as a technology coordinator and integration specialist in Ohio. Liz's

The Mobile Learner

Name: Rob De Lorenzo, B.A., M.Ed.

Academic Position: Vice-Principal with the Toronto Catholic District School Board

This blog is the result of several desires: (1) To investigate the effectiveness of mobile devices on student learning; (2) To discuss issues of importance with regards to the use of mobile technologies in classrooms; (3) To engage in conversation about how to reach students on their level.

TeachPaperless

TeachPaperless began in February 2009 as a blog detailing the experiences of one teacher in a paperless classroom. It has grown to be something much more than that. In January 2011, TeachPaperless became a collaboratively written blog dedicated to conversation and commentary about the intertwined worlds of digital technology, new media, and education.

Mobile Learning

Mobile Learning is authored by Leonard Low, an E-Learning Designer at the University of Canberra’s Teaching and Learning Centre.

Previous Work

In his previous role as Educational Technology Strategist at the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) Centre for Educational Excellence, Leonard was

A.C.T. Representative on the E-Standards Experts Group (EEG).
Lead Researcher for the EEG’s Standards for M-Learning project.
Involved with a number of Australian Flexible Learning Framework (AFLF) projects including Flexways, Toolbox Champions, and as a consultant for the New Practices and Innovations national projects.
Community Representative on the Board of Directors for the Hindmarsh Education Centre (the education branch of the A.C.T.’s juvenile detention facility)
A regular contributor to AFLF’s National Networks Community, both as a Forum member and a Presenter, has written for The Knowledge Tree, and regularly conducts presentations and workshops on a variety of topics in flexible learning around Australia.
mLearnopedia

Judy Brown is a Mobile Technology Analyst who has been involved in technology for learning for over 25 years and with mobile learning since 1996. She coordinates the mlearnopedia.com site. Currently Judy is the mobile learning lead for ADL (Advanced Distributed Learning).

Tony Vincent's Learning in Hand - Blog

Learning in Hand is an educator's resources for mobile learning. It was started in 2002 as part of Tony Vincent's classroom website. At first focusing on Palm handhelds, Learning in Hand now covers podcasting, iPods, iPod touch, iPhone, iPad, and netbooks.

m-learning is good

Welcome to m-Learning is Good! This site covers mobile learning (m-Learning), e-Learning, mobile devices. Hope you enjoy your visit.

Living in the 4th Screen - Exploring the use of mobile technology in education and life

My goals with this blog is to share how mobile technology is impacting the world of education and our personal lives. If you read my first post you will see why I named the blog "Living in the 4th Screen."

K-12 Mobile Learning

Johnny is Google Apps for Education Individually Qualified, an Apple Distinguished Educator, and a Microsoft Partner in Learning.