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Mark Peters : February 9th 2007 - 01:24 CET

Mobile Phone Technologies in Education and schools


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ClearTXTMobile Phone Technologies in Education and schools : Visit any college campus and you’ll see students talking on and sending text messages with their cell phones. The popularity and ubiquity of cell phones is leading many schools to explore ways of using cell phones and other mobile technologies for educational purposes. Today, North Carolina based clearTXT Inc introduced the Mobility in Education Community, a site created to help these schools and promote the growing opportunities and promise of mobile technology in education. The Mobility in Education Community provides various tools for gathering information about mobile technologies, learning best practices for integrating mobility into education, and sharing ideas.
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“The purpose of the community is to provide a single destination for anyone interested in expanding and improving the use of mobile technologies in academia,” explained Dr. Doug Kaufman, CEO of clearTXT and creator of the community. “We hope that, whenever a school considers using any type of mobile technology, mobecom.org is their first stop. They can gather information, post questions to the discussion list, and find out what people from other schools are doing with mobile technologies.”

Mobile Technologies
One of the unique aspects of the site is the perspective on “mobility”. According to Dr. Kaufman, “when using the term ‘mobile’, most people and organizations mean the mobile phone. However, we believe that mobile refers to any technology that facilitates the delivery of information to people wherever they are, regardless of their device.” The website is hosted and maintained by clearTXT, but they do not allow advertising or sales. The website states, “clearTXT is a for-profit company, but we pledge to keep our sales pitches out of the community.” According to Dr. Kaufman, “this is a place to learn from each other and grow as a community, not for us or anyone else to sell products.”

About The Mobility in Education Community
Mobecom.org is a resource for people interested in using mobile technology to connect, inform, and education people anytime, anywhere, on any device. The community was created by clearTXT, a leading provider of permission-based mobile messaging solutions. Clients include the University of Cincinnati, Seton Hall University, and others.





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