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I recently presented at the Eduserv Symposium on the Mobile University – http://www.eduserv.org.uk/events/esym10

My slides are available from: http://www.slideshare.net/andyramsden/mobile-university-learning-and-teaching-landscape

The following is the twitter feed from #esym10 – the intention is to reflect on these and post a comment on this blog – linked to #esym10. This will feed into a further piece of work on the impact of twitter back channels on presentations.

  • Reply Retweet  Drofnub    Students CAN, but might NOT engage with mobile learning? Students Can’t and won’t! #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  electricchalk    Using Twitter in teaching. Example from Bath Uni http://bit.ly/173u7Z #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  MSJACOB    #esym10 great talk from Andy Ramsden, realistic wake-up call on how to get change actually happening
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  eduserv    Lunch break – back again at 2pm #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  damyantipatel    interesting question if these technologies are effective in education – problem is need more people using them to find out #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  carlbarrow    Students CAN, but might NOT engage with mobile learning #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Echofon
  • Reply Retweet  diarmaid    Just breaking for lunch here at #esym10…. live streaming continues at 2pm
    about 8 hours ago via Seesmic
  • Reply Retweet  m1ke_ellis    @MarkPower “risk”: the never-ending, infinite scale that stops most (IT) innovation, IMO #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to MarkPower
  • Reply Retweet  elibrarianstuff    Difficult to break down silos within institutions and share across disciplines and departments #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  pgolding    Frightening lack of innovation and experimentation in HE in terms of new tech for teaching #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  joypalmer    @go_geo excellent question. Cloud/shared services undermining business case for local services & creating new biz models/approach? #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to go_geo
  • Reply Retweet  alicroal    whats #esym10 ?
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  pat3460    So one carrot for academics might be to reward teaching and adoption of new technologies #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Twitterfall
  • Reply Retweet  diharrison    @pat3460 That’s scary and totally wrong; staff appraisal – yes! performance – no #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Seesmic in reply to pat3460
  • Reply Retweet  MarkPower    It’s @andyramsden’s birthday at #esym10? Altogether now delegates….”Happy Birthday….”
    about 8 hours ago via Tweetie
  • Reply Retweet  diharrison    At @briankelly’s prompting, switching over to tweetie for the afternnon at #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Seesmic
  • Reply Retweet  pgolding    Mobile tech in HE staff massively lag student usage of tech. What is “education” in the mobile 2/3.0 era? #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  elibrarianstuff    Andy Ramsden’s presentation : mobile university: learning and teaching lan… http://slidesha.re/apEdjI #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  pat3460    @DIHarrison Some insts have linked use of new technologies in with staff performance – not sure the stick is the right approach #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Twitterfall in reply to diharrison
  • Reply Retweet  diarmaid    @abbybarker Good stuff 🙂 … we’ll be archiving all presentations from #esym10.
    about 8 hours ago via Seesmic in reply to abbybarker
  • Reply Retweet  mhawksey    Ed Uni survey top 3 useful mobile uses: course info, timetables; PC availability http://bit.ly/9XT18S #esym10 about 8 hours ago via Seesmic
  • Reply Retweet 1 Retweet  MarkPower    Even the web scares them. Mobile?? #runforthehills #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Tweetie
  • Reply Retweet  andymee    Happy Birthday Andy Ramsden 🙂 #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TwitterGadget
  • Reply Retweet  electricchalk    How can mobile technology be used to satisfy what the student drivers actually are? #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  carlbarrow    Students are not driving mobile learning, at least at bath. We may not be a lot further on in 5 years #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Echofon
  • Reply Retweet  diharrison    Staff development failure @andyramsden – music to @joenicholls – wake-up everyone. This is really important #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Seesmic
  • Reply Retweet  MarkPower    Institutions are still focused on the whole VLE model imo…for them that IS dealing with technology #esym10 #mightbetoocynical
    about 8 hours ago via Tweetie
  • Reply Retweet  Drofnub    ooh just seen one of our lot in the audience!#esym10
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  pat3460    @DIHarrison I think I’d agree with that – you’ll see progress where the academic has an interest in doing things differently #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Twitterfall in reply to diharrison
  • Reply Retweet  eduserv    You might need to refresh if you’re watching the live stream and having problems #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  diarmaid    Slip network blip on live stream. Refresh should fix this. #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Seesmic
  • Reply Retweet  go_geo    So we need a minor tremor to turn the creep into a slide but infrastructure must be in place in advance #esym10 what will be our tremor?
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck from London, London  
  • Reply Retweet  MikeNolan    Don’t think long distance QR scanning using iPhone is going to work. #esym10 http://flic.kr/p/81LKsD
    about 8 hours ago via Tweetie from London, London  
  • Reply Retweet  damyantipatel    and its back #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  Drofnub    Its back up! #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  diharrison    @gravescj Is it the drivers, or is it the receptiveness. I think the latter #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Twitterfall in reply to gravescj
  • Reply Retweet  mhawksey    @eduserv stream down? #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Seesmic
  • Reply Retweet  joypalmer    Andy Ramsden pinpointing profound lack of alignment between U IT policies for L & T and what students actually want or are doing #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  damyantipatel    just lost #esym10 streaming 😦 on the other hand it is time for lunch
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  spellerlive    Nice one @andyramsden #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  Drofnub    Live stream gone! #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  MikeNolan    Reminder for them’s that’s interested – today I’m live tweeting from #esym10 over at @MikeNolanLive
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  gravescj    #esym10 drivers for a mobile university by 2015 may not be there (?yet)
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  scruffian_peej    @m1ke_ellis Tweetdeck on Windows getting #esym10 tweets OK for me, have gone down three columns to minimise API calls
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to m1ke_ellis
  • Reply Retweet  spellerlive    Students have no mobile agenda – but is that because it’s a non-issue for them? #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  sboneham    Role of institutional staff development in encouraging & facilitating effective use of mobile tech? To lead or respond? #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via mobile web
  • Reply Retweet  go_geo    Make it free and they will use it… #esym10 but mobile learning is perhaps not on the uni charter radar
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck from London, London  
  • Reply Retweet  eduserv    Questions for Andy if you’re watching the video? Let me know! #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  diarmaid    Retweeting @pgolding: Andy Ramsden giving great insights from real mobile learning case studies #esym10 Live here http://bit.ly/crBpbN
    about 8 hours ago via Seesmic
  • Reply Retweet  mcbjazz    #esym10 yes – ‘students need to get in and out of services very quickly’ – another synergy between mobile apps & subscription e-resources
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  damyantipatel    ‘students want to get in and out of systems quickly’ #esym10 getting into our e-resources authentication is not often an easy in and out
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  elibrarianstuff    @abbybarker I wish someone was here from IT lat my campus tho we have 1 person representing another campus #esym10. 3 of us from library
    about 8 hours ago via web in reply to abbybarker
  • Reply Retweet  diarmaid    @abbybarker Idea:Your IT team can watch the live stream here > http://bit.ly/crBpbN #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Seesmic
  • Reply Retweet  go_geo    Phone yes camera phone yes data package not really #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck from London, London  
  • Reply Retweet  m1ke_ellis    Students with data package – 38.6% yes, 28.2% not sure – interesting stat from @andyramsden #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  twhume    Half of students surveyed had wi-fi enabled phone. nearly 30% didn’t know whether they had a data package. #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  MikeNolanLive    Bath’s data package stats – 38.6% tie in with what we found in our survey last September. This is key to adoption. #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  briankelly    No GPS signal at #esym10 so can’t view Tweeps Around me. But see example of the Layar AR app at http://ow.ly/1qxzn3
    about 8 hours ago via HootSuite
  • Reply Retweet  pcheeseman    Andy Ramsden’s paper on use of twitter in learning and teaching found at http://opus.bath.ac.uk/15319/ #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Twitterrific
  • Reply Retweet  MarkPower    And where does “lifelong learning” & work based learning sit with institutional focus wrt mobile? #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Tweetie
  • Reply Retweet  pgolding    @m1ke_ellis i meant @andyramsden – thanks for his handle – Andy doing great job of real insights into mobile tech adoption in HE #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to m1ke_ellis
  • Reply Retweet  pat3460    @spellerlive You do still need the core infrastructure though – wireless capacity being the key #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Twitterfall in reply to spellerlive
  • Reply Retweet  diarmaid    Retweeting @MobileMaggie: Interesting conference on the Mobile University #esym10 today, live streaming here: http://bit.ly/crBpbN
    about 8 hours ago via Seesmic
  • Reply Retweet  m1ke_ellis    Nice realtime hashtag stuff here: http://bit.ly/ajFVVK #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet 1 Retweet  abbybarker    @cloggingchris don’t be scared! I found that talk very inspirational, wish I had my IT team here with me! #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Echofon in reply to cloggingchris
  • Reply Retweet  pgolding    Andy talking about the importance of getting staff using/imbibing mobile technologies #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  diarmaid    Mobile University Symposium – using smart phones to encourage learning – live stream available http://bit.ly/crBpbN #esym10 @digitalcircle
    about 8 hours ago via Seesmic
  • Reply Retweet  spellerlive    Low tech learning space OK if they’re all using own equipment anyway? Not sure about that #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  userdeleted    alternative twitter search here: http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=%23esym10&btnG=Search&hl=en&tbo=p&tbs=mbl:1&sa=2 #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  pat3460    Challenge of low tech spaces – comes back to need to have appropriate infrastructure across the campus #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Twitterfall
  • Reply Retweet  elibrarianstuff    @m1ke_ellis Yes me too a moment ago #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via web in reply to m1ke_ellis
  • Reply Retweet  MikeNolan    @m1ke_ellis Yes, was happening from the first session. I reported through search.twitter.com – not sure how quickly they unblock. #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to m1ke_ellis
  • Reply Retweet  pgolding    Andy Ramsden giving great insights from real mobile learning case studies #esym10 http://yfrog.com/5fd1lhj
    about 8 hours ago via Tweetie
    about 8 hours ago via HootSuite
  • Reply Retweet  Drofnub    often no technical aptitude at all but a total reliance on technology! Quite a scary thought!#esym10
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  whymandesign    Can #university #gov have #twitter stream projected at all talks #os #innovation @trustlibrary @webiversity @nesta_uk @eduserv #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via txt
  • Reply Retweet  ASKBrunel    Clickers hardly push the boundaries but are underused; a decent teaching approach should easily accommodate them #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  pgolding    Andy Ramsden giving some very interesting (and convincing) case studies from using interactive “clickers” in the class – #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  Drofnub    Technology is a tool that is all- many of our students today have forgotten that!#esym10
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  spellerlive    Working to enhance traditional learning at Bath #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  m1ke_ellis    @joypalmer I personally think there is room for bleeding edge, provided it is backed up by more realistic “normal” mobile work #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to joypalmer
  • Reply Retweet  JeffreyPeel    If you’re into #eLearning Switch New Media streaming Eduserv Symposium live right now: #esym10 http://bit.ly/crBpbN
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  Drofnub    Is andy related to Paul Ramsden? #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via web
  • Reply Retweet  pgolding    Andy Ramsden – lot of mobile stuff is “more of the same [trad. learning modes] but on the mobile” – #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  m1ke_ellis    re. format wars, there’s a great video from nextstop describing why they chose html5 instead of app: http://bit.ly/52gknG #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  diharrison    Using soil creep as analogy for adoption of T&L M-Ed; must be some others – what about pingos? Solifluxion? Used to be a p.geogr too #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via Seesmic
  • Reply Retweet  gravescj    #esym10 ? more of the same but on your phone – or new learning landscapes
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  go_geo    #esym10 soil creep! Will it be a slump or a slide? Question of internal deformation let’s see.
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck from London, London  
  • Reply Retweet  gravescj    #esym10 Andy Ramsden thinking about where we will be in 2015
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck
  • Reply Retweet  m1ke_ellis    @MarkPower Agree, and tbh a huge amount can be done by being intelligent with existing web services #esym10
    about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to MarkPower
  • Reply Retweet  MikeNolan    It’s Andy “QR” Ramsden at #esym10 @andyramsden http://flic.kr/p/81LzRg
    about 8 hours ago via Tweetie from London, London  

Eight people followed me on Twitter from the start of my presentation until 9.00 PM

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