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ELI 2017 Mobile Presentation

Elevate Student Engagement beyond the Learning Experience through Mobile Technology Tuesday, February 14 | 1:45pm – 2:30pm ET | Fort Bend Successful methodologies coupled with learning technology can be implemented across an institution to mitigate the challenges of increasing enrollment

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AECT 2016: Exploring the Use of Mobile Technologies in Higher Education: A Multi-Year Study

Conference: AECT 2016: Exploring the Use of Mobile Technologies in Higher Education: A Multi-Year Study Presenters: Baiyun Chen, University of Central Florida Aimee deNoyelles, University of Central Florida Description: Results from the 2016 Mobile/eTextbook survey report are shared and compared against

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VIDEO: Going Mobile with Webcourses@UCF

A presentation and Q&A regarding the faculty and student use of the Canvas Mobile apps, facilitated by Ryan Seilhamer. Ryan, CDL Instructional Designer, heads Instructure’s Canvas Mobile User’s Group (CMUG).

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Presentation: Promoting Innovation Through Blended Learning and Fully Online Courses

Conference: 2015 Special Operations Forces (SOF) Education Conference Presenters: Sue Bauer, Instructional Designer, University of Central Florida Description: This session will assist faculty in developing an implementation plan for innovative technologies, such as Mobile learning, in a blended or online

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Online, Yes! But Mobile? Let’s Talk About It.

Conference: InstructureCon 2015 Presenters: Ryan Seilhamer, Instructional Designer, University of Central Florida Sandesh Tuladhar, Columbia University Description: You work hard on your courses so students will have the best educational experience, but what happens when they log in with their mobile

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Mobile Essentials for Faculty: A Course Overview and the Initial Impact on Faculty

Conference: ELI Annual Meeting 2015 Presenters: Luke Bennett, Instructional Designer, University of Central Florida Description: This session will discuss UCF’s Mobile Essentials faculty development course. Originally presented at the February 2014 ELI Focus Session , the course was derived from the

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2014 UCF Mobile & eTextbook Survey Report

Mobile technologies are playing an increasingly important role in college students’ academic lives. The New Media Consortium’s 2014 Horizon Report listed mobile apps and mobile learning as key emerging technologies that have potential relevance to teaching, learning, and creative inquiry

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AECT 2014: Exploring the Use of Mobile Technologies and eTextbooks in Higher Education

Conference:  AECT 2014: Exploring the Use of Mobile Technologies and eTextbooks in Higher Education Presenters:  Baiyun Chen, University of Central Florida Aimee deNoyelles, University of Central Florida Description: Results from the 2014 Mobile/eTextbook survey report are shared and compared against the 2012

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Mobile Technologies and Textbooks: How students are using them in academic work

Presenters: Sue Bauer & John Raible Presentation of preliminary findings for the 2014 Mobile and eTextbook Survey/Report presented at Seminole State College’s Collegewide Convocation 2014. File to Presentation: SCC 2014 Presentation

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Going Mobile with Canvas: Beyond the Basics

Conference: InstructureCon 2014 Presenters: Ryan Seilhamer – University of Central Florida Sandesh Tuladhar – Columbia University Description: Canvas Mobile Apps offer convenience for teachers and learners, but how do you leverage the true potential of mobile learning? This session will show

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