Tag Archives: BYOD

Revisting the 5Cs to discover value for different times

I have had an immense feeling of warmth and solidarity this evening as good thoughts and memories have been triggered by Sheila’s post on How Sheila Sees It ‘Bring your own device for learning or bringing learning to your device?’ … Continue reading

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Relating Smart Learning to Mobile Learning

I made this video to explain how the idea of Smart Learning has grown, in part, from mobile learning. This captures some of the ideas from the introductory chapter to the forthcoming Smart Learning book.

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Education 3.0 and 3Cs

As we approach the second iteration of Bring Your Own Devices for Learning (BYOD4L) it is inevitable that we’ll reflect on whether the structure provided by the 5Cs is the right one. It is an illuminating and formative exercise. The … Continue reading

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#BYOD4L Why me? (And who else should be here?)

I don’t have a role in technology enhanced learning formally at my university. I wonder how many other people involved in the #BYOD4L course this week would say they have ‘developing our understanding of BYOD4L’ specifically on their work plan. … Continue reading

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#BYOD4L – Reflections Day 3: Curating – “Spoilt by the Riches of Apps’ aka Cupboarding

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BYOD – organic proliferation of the 21st century pencil case

Answers to questions being asked by educational developers and universities about what are the best change models for adopting BYOD may include the proposition that we are entering uncharted territory. It almost looks like there isn’t a role for the … Continue reading

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