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Designing Courses with Mobile in Mind

I recently wrote the following article for the the Keep Learning blog sponsored by Instructure.  The article focuses on designing online courses with implications for mobile users. http://learning.instructure.com/2014/05/designing-courses-with-mobile-in-mind/

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HETL 2014: Utilizing Digital Media to Facilitate Professional Development of Mobile and eTextbook Technologies

Conference: HETL 2014: Utilizing Digital Media to Facilitate Professional Development of Mobile and eTextbook Technologies Presenters:  Ryan Seilhamer, University of Central Florida (rseilham@ucf.edu; Twitter: @rseilham) Aimee deNoyelles, University of Central Florida (aimee@ucf.edu; Twitter: @aimeedeno) Description: Two forms of professional development focusing on

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Open Collaborative Professional Development at UCF: Meet the Mobile/eTextbook Focus Group

Conference: 2014 FCTL Summer Faculty Development Conference – Open Collaborative Professional Development at UCF: Meet the Mobile/eTextbook Focus Group Presenters:  Aimee deNoyelles, Ryan Seilhamer, Linda Gibson-Young, Renee Montgomery, Steven Hornik, and Anna Turner Description: The Mobile/eTextbook Focus Group, consisting of instructional designers, librarians, faculty,

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Canvas Mobile Essentials

CanvasCon Florida 2014 Presenter: Ryan Seilhamer Description: This session goes over the basics of the Canvas by Instructure app and design considerations for making a course mobile friendly while using Canvas and the mobile app. Resources: Canvas Mobile Essentials presentation

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Mobile Essentials for Faculty

2014 ELI Spring Focus Session Presenters: Ryan Seilhamer & Luke Bennett Description: This session will introduce you to UCFs mobile learning professional development course. The course was derived from the results of the 2012 Mobile/E-Textbook Survey, which indicated that while

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Creating a Virtual Health Sciences Library for the 21st Century

Conference: 2014 Information Fluency Conference – Creating a Virtual Health Sciences Library for the 21st Century: From Vision to National Leader Presenters: Nadine Dexter, Michael Garner and Deedra Walton, members of the Mobile/eTextbook Focus Group; Shalu Gilum; Pamela Herring; Kerry

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Using a Digital Clinical Experience for an Online Classroom

Conference: 2014 Information Fluency Conference – Using a Digital Clinical Experience for an Online Classroom: Identifying Challenges of New Media Presenter: Linda Gibson-Young, member of the Mobile/eTextbook Focus Group Description: This presentation describes an educational, fun, and innovative teaching strategy

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Just-In-Time to Adopt an App (Mobile Learning)

Conference: 2014 Information Fluency Conference – The Age of New Media: Literacy in the 21st Century Presenters:  Sue Bauer and Luke Bennett Description: Just like the adoption of any new technology, instructors need fast and accurate support to analyze and

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Exploring Digital Practices using Mobile Apps and eTextbooks in Higher Education

Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) 2013 Presenters: Aimee deNoyelles; Baiyun Chen, UCF Mobile devices, apps and eTextbooks are becoming more integrated into education due to their innovative ability to provide heightened access to information and interactivity with content,

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A Framework for Implementing Mobile Learning

EDUCAUSE 2013 This session will explore the adoption of mobile apps at the University of Central Florida. We will present our 2012 UCF mobile survey findings and our Mobile Implementation Framework, which can be used as a scalable solution to

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