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[iPhone] GeoWorld+

iPhone App - GeoWorld+

iPhone App – GeoWorld+

Im Rahmen unserer Vorlesung “Mobile Applications 2013” ist nun zu allerletzt auch die App GeoWorld+ entstanden. Gegen Punkte und Zeit sollen möglichst schnell und nahe geographische Ziele auf der Weltlandkarte gefunden werden.

GeoWorld+ is the ultimate city-quiz. Playfully learn the geographical location of many cities all around the world. Whether young or old, GeoWorld+ is a challenging way of having fun.

[Link zur App]

[vodcast] Zukunft von Lehr- und Lernmaterialien

Einer meiner Vorträge im Rahmen der OCG-Impulse 2013 wurde vom BildungsTV der Education Group aufgezeichnet und online zugänglich gemacht. Hier habe ich bereits die Folien veröffentlicht.

[L3T] L3T goes NFC

App for NFC

App for NFC

Im Rahmen einer Masterarbeit haben wir über die Möglichkeiten und Potentiale von Near Field Communication, kurz NFC, nachgedacht. Dazu wurde auch ein kleiner Prototyp, eine Android App, erstellt. Mit diesem kann man sämtliche Kapitel von L3T auf einen NFC-Tag schreiben, welcher dann mittels NFC-Reader auslesbar ist.

Hier kann man sich die App runterladen im Playstore [Link].

[iPhone] Super 1*1

iPhone App Super 1*1

iPhone App Super 1*1

Im Rahmen unserer Vorlesung “Mobile Applications 2013” ist die App Super 1*1 entstanden. Diese App stellt einen ersten Versuch am Forschungsfeld Gamification dar, indem man einerseits das Jump & Run schaffen sollte und gleichzeitig auch 1*1-Beispiele zu lösen hat.

Play 9 exciting levels in this fun platformer game! Try to get the fastest time in each level!
Answering a simple mathematical question correctly replenishes one life, use this to your advantage!
Features:

  • 9 exciting levels from 3 different worlds
  • 6 original soundtracks
  • lots of fun!

[Link zur App]

[publication] M-Learning in Sub Saharan Africa Context- What is it about

Our publication at this year ED-Media Conference in Victoria, Canada about “M-Learning in Sub Saharan Africa Context – What is it about” is now online available.

Abstract:

Mobile devices are changing the social, educational and economic situation especially in developing countries. Based on recent scientific publications, conference reports and educational blogs meaningful trends and critical challenges with reference to Sub Saharan Africa are explored in this meta-study. Since mobile phones are increasingly affordable and accessible this has become one of the most important topics concerning future education in Sub Saharan Africa. They are seen as key technology for bringing educational opportunities to even the most marginalized populations. The development of and the needs for education in Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) differs arbitrarily from other parts of the world. M-learning is one of the most emerging fields. This publication articulates and summarizes the wider issues raised by using mobile phones to deliver and enhance learning for dispersed population in Africa, Finally the key issues for further developments are pointed out to address the future needs for educational strategies.



Reference: Grimus, M. & Ebner, M. (2013). M-Learning in Sub Saharan Africa Context- What is it about. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2013 (pp. 2028-2033). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

[masterthesis] Relevant Information and Information Visualization for Lecturers in Web-Based Audience Response Systems

Karin did her masterthesis about Realfeedback and made a worthful contribution to the visualisation possibilities for ARS-Systems. Find here her presentation of the masterthesis:



If you like to try the application then do it here for free.

[iphone] Realfeedback App

Bildschirmfoto 2013-06-21 um 21.09.02Im Rahmen unserer Vorlesung “Mobile Applications 2013” ist die App Realfeedback entstanden. Damit ist es möglich das Audience Response System der TU Graz Realfeedback direkt mit einer native App am iPhone / iPad zu verwenden.

RealFeedback makes it easy to ask questions and get answers, like polling your audience during a lecture. The creator makes a project, adds some questions and shares the project ID with the participants. Each question can be activated individually. As soon as a question is active, participants can answer it until the creator closes it. Then the results are shown to the creator and all participants.

[Link zur App]

[masterthesis] Quantitative Digital Backchannel: Developing a Web-Based Audience Response System for Measuring Audience Perception in Large Lectures

Christian did his masterthesis about a quantitative backchannel for mass-interaction in large lecture halls. Find here his presentation of the masterthesis:

heute:Mittag – iPad-Klasse

Im Rahmen eines Kurzbeitrages bei heute:Mittag wurde die iPad-Klasse von Barbara Zuliani erwähnt und da kann auch unsere App MatheBingo vor. Wir freuen uns natürlich sehr, dass diese Arbeit praktisch verwendet wird.

[Beitrag iPad-Klasse]

[presentation] Mobile Learning – More than just a Hype?

My presentation for this year scholar-stream at ED-Media conference about “Mobile Learning – More than just a Hype?” is now online. I did as usual some minor changes to last year: