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  1. Mobile Learning for Sustainable Developmentin Vietnam Prof. Dr. Son Vuong University of British Columbia Vancouver, BC Canada and NguyễnTấtThành University HCM City, Vietnam Digital Education Workshop HCMC, 02/08/2014

  2. Mobile Learning for Sustainable Developmentin Vietnam Outline Intro to Sustainable Development (SD) Smart Rural via Mobile Learning and ICT SD Project Ideas: One Tablet per Farmer Conclusions

  3. Sustainable Development (SD) Definition Development that meets the need of the present without compromising the ability of the future generation to meet their own needs. (Brundtland, 1987) • World Commission on Environment and Development: Our Common Future

  4. Sustainable Development (SD) Our Definition = Innovative &Green Development ICT Mobile Learning (VTS, 2014)

  5. Elements of Sustainable Development (SD) Environment Economy Society - World Commission on Environment and Development, 1987

  6. Sustainable Development (SD)Elements Environment • Biodiversity • Materials • Energy • Biophysical interactions • Human diversity (cultural, linguistic, ethnic) • Equity • Quality of life • Institutional struct. • and organization • Political structures • Money and capital • Employment • Technological growth • Investment • Market forces Society Economy - World Commission on Environment and Development, 1987

  7. SOCIETY ECONOMY • HEALTH • Green ENVIRONMENT The Healthy Community Model

  8. Sustainable Development (SD) Our Definition = Innovative &Green Development ICT Mobile Learning [VTS, 2014] = Economic Development (Innovative) + Environment Protection (Green) + Social Reform (Quality of life) + People’s Empowerment (Equity)

  9. G-System G-Systemvs Ecosystem transformed Human Things Environment EcoSystem G-System Green, Global, Glory

  10. Climate change and global problem • The biggest challenge in 21 century • Basic elements- water, foods, health, environment. • 332 millions people could be homeless • 400 millions people facing malaria • 600 millions people facing innutrition • 1,8 billion people facing shortage of water in 2080 • Serious ecological crisis in South Asia and North China • Nick Stern www.sternreview.org.uk • Annual Cost and risks = 5% GDP • Expenses on reducing GHGs = 1% GDP .

  11. Germanwatch – Report on Risk Index of Global CC 2010 • 10 most vulnerable countries include: • Bangladesh, Myanmar, Honduras, Viet Nam, Nicaragua, Haiti, India, Dominican, Philippine and China • Low –income countries: The poor suffer most • 1990 – 2008 period: • 11.000 floods, typhoons, droughts • 600.000 dead • Economic loss: US$ 1,700 billions

  12. Most likely and serious Impacts • 3,000 km coast line • Sea level rises as the key impact

  13. WB report - Problem from CC in Viet Nam • Sea level rises 20 cm in the last 50 years • 500 dead per year • US$ 1.5 billion (1,5% of annual GDP) • 80% farmers living in rural areas with agriculture livelihood • Threats for millennium objectives, sustainable development and poverty reduction • The poor suffer twice • Vietnam is the second biggest rice exporter

  14. Coming Threats • Scenario 1: If the rise is 65 cm- 12.8% of Mekong River Delta will be covered

  15. Threats for Viet Nam • Scenario 2: Sea level rises 33 cm in 2050 and 100 cm in the next 100 years • 90 % of Mekong River Delta will be covered. (40,000 sq. km) . • 5% of total land will be covered • 11% of households become homeless • 5% rice production decreased (5 millions ton) • 10 % of GDP will be lost

  16. Education

  17. Education

  18. Sustainable Development (SD) Back on Agenda • UN Millennium Development Goals were committed to by every country in 2000 • In 2015, every country will have committed to Sustainable Development Goals, reflecting both advances, gaps as well as emerging opportunities • Research for Sustainable Development is a framework currently • This will be the new paradigm for international cooperation in research at all levels: R4SD • IT, mobile computing, esp. mobile learning plays a dominant role.

  19. Mobility and Mobile Learning in Sustainable Development (SD) • A vast new opportunity • Rise of mobile devices in developing countries unprecedented phenomenon (in spread of a suite of tech- in scale and pace) • Many developing countries consider mobility a new “frontier” in economic development • A number of requirements can only be addressed through blends of local and global innovations

  20. Smartphone Users

  21. Tablets Growth > PCs

  22. Tablet Users – Growth Ahead

  23. The Mega Trends for Internet Connected Group Reed Law (2n) ? ? Individual Metcalfe Law (n2) Smart Content User Generated Content Content User Interaction Level of Interaction 1012Consumer products 108Vehicular telemetric 1010Industrial automation 109Residential & commercial buildings 107Computers 1011Shipping logistics 0 50Years Time Information

  24. Big Changes in Access Devices • Smartphones generate > half of mobile data traffic • Smartphones/tablets exceeded PC sales

  25. Massive User Expectation Change Number of Days to Reach 1 Million Units Sold 28 74 180 300 360 iPad iPhone Netbook Blackberry iPod

  26. The End State of Connectivity User’s Expected Quality of Experience IncreasesUbiquity, mobility, large content Connected Mobility 24/7 200 Millions (5B downloads) 3 Billions Exponential Growth and Heterogeneity of Media Contents and Services Media Consumption across all Screens at Record Pace

  27. The Rise of Mobile Broadband To enable x10 (speed) x10 (devices) x10 (industries) Number of end devices and contents increases exponentially Connected Devices Tablet and Smartphone Laptop and Cellphone Anything that can be connected will be connected

  28. Mobile Device Battles • In 2013, mobile devices passed PCs as the most common Web access tools. By 2015, over 80% of handsets in mature markets will be smart phones.

  29. LePlaza EVENT

  30. LePlaza – Location-based recommendation

  31. Mobile Learning Cloud-assisted Mobile Search Scalable Mobile Object Search with Contextual Mobility Media Cloud Large-Scale Object Database Mobile Inputs Media Processing\Multimodal Mobile Search Engine Mobile Social Network Data Collection\Indexing

  32. 503 Reviews 3 cross-selling nearby stores coupons product details & reviews Mobile Inputs Media Processing\Multimodal Mobile Search Engine Mobile Social Network Data Collection\Indexing

  33. recommendations OTC z z z Viral Allergies Bacterial Fungi Stress ailmentclassification consultation Mobile Inputs Media Processing\Multimodal Mobile Search Engine Mobile Social Network Data Collection\Indexing

  34. ICT Infrastructure in Vietnam - Facts Year Number of mobile phone subscribers (Source: White Book on Vietnam’s ICT 2010)

  35. NôngThônThông Minh – TổngQuan 3 GiaiĐoạnCanhTác 1.Tiền canhtác • 3. Hậucanhtác • 2. Canhtác

  36. NôngThônThông Minh via ICT and Mobile Technologies“One Tablet Per Farmer” 1. Truy cập thông tin và kiến thức nông nghiệp

  37. NôngThônThông Minh via ICT and Mobile Technologies “One Tablet Per Farmer” 2. Trao đổi thông tin:nông dân - nông dân nông dân - chuyên gia

  38. NôngThônThông Minh via ICT and Mobile Technologies “One Tablet Per Farmer” 3. E-commerce (và M-commerce):

  39. NôngThônThông Minh via ICT and Mobile Technologies “One Tablet Per Farmer” 4. Hệ thống thông tin địa lý (GIS):

  40. NôngThônThông Minh via ICT and Mobile Technologies “One Tablet Per Farmer” 5. Mạng cảm biến không dây (Wireless sensor networks)

  41. NôngThônThông Minh via ICT and Mobile Technologies “One Tablet Per Farmer” 6. Tự động hoá (Automation)

  42. NôngThônThông Minh via ICT and Mobile Technologies “One Tablet Per Farmer” 7. Truy cập giáo dục đào tạo

  43. Mobile Learning via Improves Lives Dr. Son Vuong LIVES Mobile Corp. (LMC) Spin-off from University of British Columbia (UBC) In Partnership with The Commonwealth of Learning (COL)

  44. LIVES Target • Illiterate or semi-literate individuals (20% world population) • Learning in parallel with daily life • Primarily in rural area (empowerment)

  45. LIVESExperience

  46. Mobile Server via MiniPC and WiFi • Mobile Class GreenEducation

  47. GREEN EDUCATION LE ANH (GELA) Website: ge.edu.vn ĐT: 0919250044 • Green ITEnglish • Đàotạonguồnnhânlực IT • Đàotạonguồnnhânlựccao • Đàotạomẩugiáosángtạo Họctheonhóm Mobile Class

  48. NôngThônThông Minh MáyTínhBảng (Tablets)Mộtmáytínhbảngchomổinôngdân(One tablet per farmer)

  49. NôngThônThông Minh MáyTínhBảng (Tablets)CácChứcnăng

  50. NôngThônThông Minh MáyTínhBảng (Tablets) vàHạTầng (Infrastr) Mobile Server