I discovered a few new (to me) interesting resources including:
- A listing of iPhone and iPod K-12 applications from "Learning is Change" at http://web.me.com/dowd/Touch/Welcome.html
- Information about the use of QR codes in physical education (PE) classes at http://mrrobbo.wordpress.com/2009/03/26/using-geocached-qr-codes-for-revision-in-a-pe-classroom/ and http://mrrobbo.wordpress.com/2009/03/25/learning-the-skeleton-with-qr-codes/
- A lecture entitled "Opportunities and Barriers for Mobile Learning in the Philippines" by Dr. Jose Lloyd Espiritu, in which he talks about the importance of having "learn mates" or "learn buddies" and cautions to focus on "real learning, not just classroom learning." Read the paper here.
- A wiki full of successful stories (or failures) about deployment of ICT in Developing Countries in general, and more specifically using mobile phones available at http://www.w3.org/2008/MW4D/wiki/Stories.
If you would like to see my presentation (minus some videos), I just posted it on SlideShare.
(The presentation was created and will be delivered using Keynote, but since it would not upload to SlideShare I had to move it to PowerPoint and lost some of the formating. If anyone has any tips for using SlideShare with Keynote, please leave a comment. Thanks.)