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© Dr. Frances Boylan Oct. 2015#12appsDIT
*raise awareness amongst educators of the benefits
mobile technologies and mobile apps present for
learning, teaching & as...
54% of the respondents noted that the course met
their expectations
A further 41% saying that it exceeded their
expectatio...
Infrastructure
34% of respondents said that they tweeted to
#12appsDIT
30% stated that while they didn’t tweet themselves
that they did r...
Challenges
91% of the respondents agreed that
each daily page released gave them
just the right amount of information
that they neede...
Feedback
19% reported integrating some apps in their teaching,
learning and/or assessment practices already as a
direct result of t...
“Thank you for a great course, it was
informative, practical and bitesized,
ideal for the busy lecturer!”
“This is actually the first free short
course I have ever completed. Others
are usually too demanding of your
time...so yo...
“I really enjoyed being involved in the
course when I could take part. It was a
really innovative idea and I enjoyed the
p...
“We need this so much to keep up with
our students...I think there is a huge
degree of ignorance among lecturers of
the po...
Impact Long-term?
http://tinyurl.com/nwhtzg2
* Integrating, on average, 2 to 3 apps each
* Some had found alternatives to the apps showcased
* Discipline specific apps
Q3. Could you give a short explanation of how
you are integrating any of these mobile apps
into your learning, teaching an...
Q4. If you have been integrating mobile apps
into your practices (either before or after the 12
Apps of Christmas course),...
Q5. What has been the reaction of your
students to the integration of mobile apps?
Q6. Do you think that the integration of mobile
apps into your learning, teaching and/or
assessment practices, has 'augmen...
Dr. Frances Boylan |frances.boylan@dit.ie| @boylanfm | http://www.linkedin.com/in/francesboylan
Presentation for the eLearning Award at the 14th European Conference on eLearning Oct 29/30 2015
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Presentation for the eLearning Award at the 14th European Conference on eLearning Oct 29/30 2015

  1. 1. © Dr. Frances Boylan Oct. 2015#12appsDIT
  2. 2. *raise awareness amongst educators of the benefits mobile technologies and mobile apps present for learning, teaching & assessment *upskill anyone interested in experiencing, exploring & learning more about integrating mobile learning technologies into their teaching, learning & assessment practices; and *help connect like-minded individuals & provide them with an opportunity to expand their PLNs & start powerful conversations with others interested in this emerging field.
  3. 3. 54% of the respondents noted that the course met their expectations A further 41% saying that it exceeded their expectations “It gave me some new ideas, in fact it changed my ideas, I had considered m-learning to be little more than a gimmick for kids”
  4. 4. Infrastructure
  5. 5. 34% of respondents said that they tweeted to #12appsDIT 30% stated that while they didn’t tweet themselves that they did read the tweets sent by others 16% of the respondents posted comments on the site with a further 46% noting that while they didn’t post comments there themselves that they read the comments posted by others 50% agreed that they learned from reading the tweets and/or comments posted
  6. 6. Challenges
  7. 7. 91% of the respondents agreed that each daily page released gave them just the right amount of information that they needed to get started with the app.
  8. 8. Feedback
  9. 9. 19% reported integrating some apps in their teaching, learning and/or assessment practices already as a direct result of the taking part in the course A further 57% stated that they intended to integrate apps during the following semester and academic year 42% agreed that the examples helped them think about how they might integrate apps, while they helped 12% change the way that they approach now the integration of apps and/or other technologies in general
  10. 10. “Thank you for a great course, it was informative, practical and bitesized, ideal for the busy lecturer!”
  11. 11. “This is actually the first free short course I have ever completed. Others are usually too demanding of your time...so you got this one just right. Thank you!”
  12. 12. “I really enjoyed being involved in the course when I could take part. It was a really innovative idea and I enjoyed the pedagogical approach taken in suggesting how to integrate the apps into someone's teaching and learning”
  13. 13. “We need this so much to keep up with our students...I think there is a huge degree of ignorance among lecturers of the potential of mobile apps and thus we need regular training. Thank you for getting me started.”
  14. 14. Impact Long-term? http://tinyurl.com/nwhtzg2
  15. 15. * Integrating, on average, 2 to 3 apps each * Some had found alternatives to the apps showcased * Discipline specific apps
  16. 16. Q3. Could you give a short explanation of how you are integrating any of these mobile apps into your learning, teaching and assessment practices?
  17. 17. Q4. If you have been integrating mobile apps into your practices (either before or after the 12 Apps of Christmas course), did the course influence you or change how you would normally integrate such apps etc.? If so, please explain briefly, how?
  18. 18. Q5. What has been the reaction of your students to the integration of mobile apps?
  19. 19. Q6. Do you think that the integration of mobile apps into your learning, teaching and/or assessment practices, has 'augmented', 'modified', or 'redefined' learning activities?
  20. 20. Dr. Frances Boylan |frances.boylan@dit.ie| @boylanfm | http://www.linkedin.com/in/francesboylan

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