Mobile Learning

By msumaet
  • DynaBook

    Wikipedia The Dynabook concept was created by Alan Kay in 1968, two years before the founding of Xerox PARC. Kay wanted to make “A Personal Computer For Children Of All Ages.
  • Apple IIc

    Apple IIc
    Wikipedia The 80's were spent creating smaller computers such as the Apple IIc and laptops.
  • Alphasmarts

    Wikipedia The 90's and into the early 00's, Alphasmart devices became popular.
  • Personal Digital Assistant

    Personal Digital Assistant
    Wikipedia The 90's brought the advent of the PDA - Personal Digital Assistant. Many companies designed and produced PDA's but probably the most successful was Palm.
  • iPod

    Wikipedia iPod started to change the face of how we listened to music and a lot of other things. Podcasts became popular and are used in education in many ways.
  • Nintendo DS

    Nintendo DS
    Blog on classroom use Although meant for entertainment, the Nintendo DS and other personal game devices like the Sony PSP were used in some educational programs.
  • E-Book Readers

    E-Book Readers
    Wikipedia E-Book readers are gaining popularity. In July 2010, online bookseller reported sales of ebooks for its proprietary Kindle outnumbered sales of hardcover books for the first time ever during the second quarter of 2010, saying it sold 140 e-books for every 100 hardcover books, including hardcovers for which there was no digital edition.
  • iPhone and iTouch

    iPhone and iTouch
    Wikipedia The iPhone and iTouch revolutionized smart phones and devices.
  • Smart Phones

    Smart Phones
    Wikipedia Smart Phones are made by many companies and supported by many phone services.
  • Netbooks

    Wikipedia Netbooks were smaller versions of the laptop. They were less expensive but offered many of the perks of a regular laptop.
  • iPad

    Wikipedia iPad is the newest member of the Apple family.