Several quotes from both Liz Kolb of Madonna University and Quasy Mahmoud at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, caught my eye:
I also loved the Getty Images photo of the Swiss Army knife phone.
- "It's important to start looking at the cell phone as the Swiss Army knife of learning, rather than as the most annoying thing in the classroom." (Kolb)
- "The average cell phone today has more computing power than many of the computers of a few years ago, and many are equipped with video recorders, cameras, and other features. All of these could be used to improve the learning experience." (Mahmoud)
- "I think in a few years, faculty will have no choice but to use cell phone technology, so why not be leaders and start now?" (Mahmoud)