Do you use handheld mobile devices? Examples: iPad, iPod Touch, smartphones, e-readers (Kindle, Nook).
What handheld mobile devices do you use? Examples: iPad, iPod Touch, smartphones, e-readers (Kindle, Nook).
Do you use mobile devices in your personal life?
Do you use mobile devices in your professional life but not directly aiding your students?
For example, for scheduling or project planning or in your research?
Do you use mobile devices in your professional life, directly aiding your students?
Do you use mobile devices to communicate with your students and/or to encourage
students to share information among themselves?
Do you integrate the use of mobile devices within classroom projects or assignments?
Do you have students use mobile devices to (Check all that apply.)
–report on assignments?
–coordinate tasks for a classroom project?
–read and keep track of assignments?
–share information while carrying out an assignment?
–check information online?
–share information with students on other campuses?
–I have other tasks for them. (Please list below.)
–No. I am not using mobile devices in my teaching.
Do you talk to faculty colleagues about how mobile devices might be used in teaching?
Are you interested in talking to faculty colleagues about how mobile devices might be
used in teaching?
Thank you for your time and your consideration. Educational Technology Services, firstname.lastname@example.org
This survey was conducted during March, 2011 to solicit information that was used to create the Mobile Learning Faculty/staff Seminar,
April 6, 2011.