Research on the Go! Effective Research with Mobile Devices GAETC

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Slide 1Research on the Go!Teaching Effective Research with Mobile DevicesShellyTerrell.comGo to Bit.ly/research123Be regular and orderly in your life, so that you may be violent and original in your work. ~Gustave FlaubertWhat does research involve?What does research involve?readbookmarkgather resourcestake notesexperimentdraw conclusionsexplorescan informationanalyzeevaluatecitequestionsummarizekyvl.org/kids/homebase.htmlhttp://kyvl.org/kids/homebase.html5In the pastHow do I research more effectively?Go ahead and use your mobile device!Research Notes by CEThompson, Flickr, CC 2.0What are the problems with this type of note-taking?What are the problems with this type of note-taking and bookmarking?10BookmarkAggregateAnnotateCurateHighlightWith digital tools youTagGeolocateScanMobile AppsSoftwareBrowser ExtensionsWebtoolsMobile Google Google DriveCreate spreadsheets, documents, etc.Create collaborativelyActs as a cloudOrganize/Share foldersFree mobile app for all formatsWork offline, saves online16Chat & Edit Collaborativelyhttp://bit.ly/gaetcresearch2gohttp://bit.ly/gaetcresearch2go17Evernote AppOrganize pictures, websites, notes, videos, etc.Some text in images become searchableOrganize by notebooks, tags, categoriesGreat for a shopping list, creating audio reminders, workout journals, creating lesson plans, designing presentations, research, taking notes at a conference18TheNerdyTeacher.com19PenUltimate Apphttp://evernote.com/penultimate/http://evernote.com/penultimate/20http://evernote.com/penultimate/21PearlTreePinterestLivebindersSymbalooDiigoWhich bookmarking tools do you prefer?The best thing is you get to make this experience individualized. You get to choose22Share Your Favorite, Linoit.com/users/shellterrell/canvases/mobileresearchDiigoBookmark, organize, curate, annotateOrganize by tags, categoriesHighlightScreen captureRead others notesFollow othersSyncs on all devicesDiigoLiveBinders for Curating26LiveBinders27PearlTrees for Bookmarking28PearlTrees29Pear.ly/bP38vPear.ly/bP38v & Pear.ly/b7uEv30A library in your pocketLibrary, Senate House by stevecadman, Flickr, CC 2.0http://pear.ly/b7uFrhttp://pear.ly/b7uFrPear.ly/bP38v & Pear.ly/b7uEv32Flipboard Magazine App for all devices33Scoop.It App for all deviceshttp://www.scoop.it/extras34Zite for all Devices3536Zapatopi.net/treeoctopushttp://zapatopi.net/treeoctopus/ 37Teach digital literacy!augmented reality game bibliotheek deventer by nils mengedoht, FlickrAugmented reality, scanning, geolocation & researchWikitude augmented reality browser in London (step 3 of 4), by Francis Storr, Flickr, CC 2.0Wikitude AppHistory Pin App/WebtoolItunes.apple.com/us/app/historypin/id455228207?mt=8 Explore the Historypin map - the Historypin map has 1000s of images and stories pinned to it and the app allows you to browse this by date and location, using your location to find the nearest content, or exploring remotely. Explore the streets - holding your phone up to the street, the app uses your camera view to display nearby images. By selecting the image, it can be overlaid onto the modern view to create an historical comparison, which you can toggle or fade between. Read stories and recollections - all stories shared can be accessed through the app.41EasyBib AppWhat is a QR Code?Quick responseJeff rutzky's QR code chocolate treats by Ericskiff, FlickrBarcode44Further exploration of difficult concepts!QR Code Periodic Table with Symbols By Periodic Videos, FlickrContribute to a DiscussionLinoIt.com46ShellyTerrell.comBit.ly/research123 gaetc.org/evaluateBit.ly/mlearningLINKSPear.ly/b7uEv47Bit.ly/mlearningLINKSPear.ly/b7uEvWe hope you enjoyed this GaETC session. Please give your feedback at www.gaetc.org/evaluate