Have you noticed the recent craze on mobile learning? While recently looking at my blog and Twitter analytics, I’ve noticed 90% of my traffic is going toward any posts related to the topic. For example, today I posted a list of resources from the IT Forum on mobile learning, and had over 14 retweets within an hour (a lot for me–normally I’ll get one or two on a good day).
If you’re interested in mobile learning, here are some resources to get you started on your path of inquiry:
1. Mobile Learning SIG at SITE: born this past spring, the mobile learning SIG supports those involved in teacher education.
2. IT Forum list of Mobile Learning resources: very extensive list, a lot of information organized into helpful categories.
3. Using Mobile Technologies in the Classroom: 10 Easy Tips to Get Started: Barbara Schroeder’s blog entry
4. Grad course syllabus, Mobile Learning: Devices, Application, Pedagogy: course taught this past summer by our very own Schroeder & Haskell
5. ACU Connected: the innovative mobile learning initiative at Abilene Christian University
6. Pew mobile research reports: Trends in mobile use among teens and adults, mobile learning, apps use, etc.
Any other good resources to add to the list?