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iPads for Accessibility

The disability service evaluated the mobile learning environment and accessibility aspects of iPads. Students assessed how the devices cope with vision impairment, utilising on-screen enlargement and text to speech software. The assessment extends to how learning resources may be delivered read more ›

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Demonstrating Mathematics

This investigation looked at the use of iPads in mathematically based subjects to improve the student experience. One key area investigated was how to reduce or break down the barrier for distance students having difficulty with problem solving. Replicating physical read more ›

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Apps for Simulation

iPads were deployed with the patient monitor app SimMon as part of CSU’s mLearn Project. The iPads were used to enhance the simulation environment in the skills ward and were used in conjunction with simulation manikins that were already in read more ›

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Smart Phones to Smart Students

The following post has been developed from a presentation given at CSUED 2013 which you can find the slides here Mobile devices are the perfect technology to deploy for authentic performance assessment. Their ubiquity and versatility provide a viable tool read more ›

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Current Research

An Introduction There is plenty of active research being done around the world into mobile learning. A good starting point would be the 12 Principles Of Mobile Learning which lays a foundation for some of the areas and topics currently read more ›

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