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  1. Take Out Your Cellphones, Please. Ann Rader Notre Dame of Maryland University Baltimore, Maryland

  2. Survey Against personal devices (Note: Do not attempt to access this link prior to the actual conference presentation; we will be populating it during the session.)

  3. Why Support BYOD? If faculty can more fully integrate technology into their curricula, they’ll see improvements in student participation, collaboration and learning outcomes. A robust mobile-enabled environment also can be a powerful competitive differentiator in a college or university’s efforts to recruit top students. CDW-G White Paper, "Bring Your Own Device"

  4. Why Support BYOD? • In campus study, 88% students access online for text, e-mail, collaboration, research, social networking, create content • Consumerization fuels use on campus • Key to competition in future • 85% of campuses wireless / internet access

  5. Student Use of Technology - study • Study conducted for educational publisher Pearson, polled more than 2,300 American students in grades 4 through 12 (aged 8 to 18) about their use of digital technologies for educational purposes. • Most elementary and secondary students use mobile devices in their studies • classroom or at home • would like to be able to use them more in class. • Half use smartphones for educational purposes • Student smart phone / tablet use

  6. Goals/Constraints • Use WiFi • Locate free apps • Encourage sharing • Increase student engagement • More hands-on: show and do (not just show)

  7. Camera shots • Bring a picture to class • Swaps • Make a video • Emergency shots • Scan the board

  8. Apps and Programs • Evernote • Padlet • Socrative • Dragon dictation • iTranslate

  9. Media & Reference • Radio • Newspapers • ABC • ElPaís • ElMundo • Le Monde • Dictionaries • Real Academia Española • Dictionnaire Littré • Wörterbuch • Chinese dictionary

  10. Additional reading • 34 smart ideas for using smartphones in the classroom • 44 better ways to use smartphones in the classroom