""The Library Beyond the Book" by Jeffrey Schnapp
Mobile Devices for Learning: What You Need to Know
Digital Media and Technology in Afterschool Programs, Libraries, and Museums"
"What differentiates iSchool from other education tablets created for use in the developing world, such as the Aakash 2, One Laptop Per Child XO tablet and the Intel Studybook, is the company's focus was on creating a solid curriculum first and a technology product second."
Great visual resource created by @tonyvincent, Learning in Hand expert.
"So which apps can help build global competence? With a world of possibilities, what follows is a short list of mostly Apple iOS apps to help you get started. To download, go to the Apple iTunes store, search for the app by name, and click on the price button to synch with your device. Several of these apps are available for Android and other devices, too."
BTOD Responsible Use Policy
BYOD Links and Resources
Videos from the Learning Without Frontiers event in London 2011
Use your phone in a new way. The SageMilk mobile learning system helps you learn important facts and figures at a pace that fits your lifestyle. Learn a new language, brush up on professional terms, or cram for an upcoming school exam by quizzing yourself. SageMilk quizzes make it possible to learn in an entertaining way anywhere you have your phone.
Develop a smart phone app "
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Groups interested in mobile