University of Wisconsin Stout Online
Learn how Chromebooks, iPads, smartphones, tablets, and e-readers integrate in training, the classroom, library media center, professional development, and administration/assessment activities. Learn how to use mobile learning instructional strategies and live assessment tools such as ebooks, digital textbooks, digital assessments and surveys, iBooks, Audioboo, QR Codes, Naiku, Socrative, Google Goggles, Blogger, Twitter, A+Pro, NPR, TED talks, and various applications. Create a simulation using Camtasia or an eBook, post it online, and analyze the benefits of learners writing content for eBooks, selecting images and links to web pages. Identify applications that work best for your learners (adult learners, K-12, or college-age students).
Learn how to use mobile tools for project management tasks, differentiation, transition to the flipped/blended learning, and assessment data analysis. Develop tools and metrics to evaluate the success of mobile learning technologies.