2008-09 Mobile Learning Fellows

 

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Brian Burton, Ed.D.

Assistant professor of Information Technology
B.S., Abilene Christian University, 1992
M.S., Southwest Missouri State University, 1999
Ed.D., University of Missouri-Columbia, 2008


Office phone: 325-674-6989

E-mail: bgb07a@acu.ed

 

Title: Collaboration with Mobile Technology at ACU

 


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Rob Byrd, Ed.D.

Associate Professor of Information Technology
B.S., Harding University, 1981
M.S., Creighton University, 1992
Ed.D., University of Louisville, 2002
Military Instructor, U.S. Air Force Instructor School, 1986
Navigator, U.S. Air Force Flight School, 1984


Office phone: 325-674-4914

E-mail: rob.byrd@acu.edu

 

Title: Mobile Device Effectiveness in Academic Environments

 


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Brad Crisp, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Information Systems
B.B.A., Abilene Christian University, 1993
M.B.A., The University of Texas at Austin, 1998
Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin, 2003

 

Office phone: 325-674-2077

E-mail: brad.crisp@acu.edu

 

Title: Is it Work or Play? Utilitarian versus Hedonic Uses of Converged Mobile Devices in Higher Education.

 


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Matthew J. Dodd Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Conflict Resolution
Trainer, Consultant, and Mediator for ACU Center for Conflict Resolution
Bachelor's degree in Communication Abilene Christian University
Master's degree in Communication Abilene Christian University
Master's of Marriage and Family Therapy Abilene Christian University
Doctorate in Family Studies from Texas Woman's University
Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution from Abilene Christian University


Office phone: 325-698-2567

E-mail: mjd95o@acu.edu

 

Title: Student self-rated maturity and communication patterns with friends, parents, and teachers.

 


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Cynthia Powell

Instructor of Chemistry
B.S. Abilene Christian Univers ity, 1981
M.S. Texas A&M University, 1984


Office phone: 325-674-2176

E-mail: powellc@acu.edu

 

Title: Using iPhones to Support Student Learning in Inquiry Based Laboratory Experiments.


The State of Mobile Learning
Students using iPhones in classroom discussion
So much about the way we teach, learn and communicate is up for grabs. Educators are using new tools and technologies to reach their students - but what does the future hold?

2010-2011 Mobile Learning Report

2010-11 Report (PDF)


2009-2010 Mobile Learning Report

2009-10 Report (PDF)


2008-2009 Mobile Learning Report