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    The Twitter Experiment: Using Twitter to promote discussions in a lecture class at University
    Twitter helped the professor incorporate a greater number of students into the class discussions as well as alleviating the stress of participating in discussion in a large class that many students may have. Due to time constraints, it allows more input from the large class, as students tweeted after class, the discussion carried on, becoming deeper and more meaningful. The professor noticed most students participate in some form in the class discussions, where as pre-twitter, only a few individuals in each class would input their ideas. The limited character space helped students be concise in their writing.
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    Txt Me: supporting disengaged youth using mobile technologies
    The overall goal of the project was to integrate readily accessible mobile technology into a vocational learning environment for the benefit of disengaged learners. This project recognises the power the mobile phone has among youth today. The aim to use mobile learning to help 15-19 years olds who are at risk students or who have left formal schooling in hopes that, “ Using a technology that is part of their culture will assist to retain them in the learning environment, ” Sandra Robinson http://pre2005.flexiblelearning.net.au/projects/media/txt_me_project_report.pdf
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    Overview of Mobile learning Handheld devices grow exponentially while becoming more affordable and even ubiquitous due to the demand for games, business communications, and in general the connected lifestyle of the wireless society. These devices have opened a door to learning on the go which we now call M-Learning.
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    Given the smaller screen size, lower storage capabilities and bandwidth of mobile devices, design plays an important part in the learning process. Some guiding principles for designing mobile learning are:
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    · Avoid horizontal scrolling – Horizontal scrolling is rarely advised for a regular course, let alone for a course delivered on a much smaller screen. Reduce graphic size to ensure it displays correctly in the lowest screen size. Layer content so that a horizontal scroll may be avoided.
    · Avoid use of resources that require downloading plug-ins – Learners avoid having to download or installing an application to access a course. . In fact, when learners need to install a plug-in in order to view the content, they do so only 10% of the time. (Rosen, 2008).
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