Welcome to the Journal of Mobile Teaching
The Journal of Mobile Teaching (ISSN 2164-6724) is a mobile app media resource and a knowledgebase center for teaching and learning with mobile devices. Its purpose is to assist educators with managing the technical aspects of mobile devices, to explore the innovations and instructional aspects of teaching with mobile devices, and to provide technical assistance to educators for planning mobile activities and projects for the classroom.
Frequency: JMT2 is updated on the second Monday of each month from August to May.
JMT2 is now an open source resource for mobile teaching. Articles may be accessed without charge. Registration is required. Please follow the "register" link at the top of the page to create a username and password.
The Teaching Apps Library
The Library provides mobile teaching apps built with HTML5 technology and readable of all mobile devices. Access to the apps is through The YAMweb® Mobile Teaching Apps Network. Apps are cloud based and DO NOT require downloading to a mobile device. Users may access these apps at any time from any location with an Internet connection.
All registered users are automatically notified when new apps are added to the Library.
The Mobile Apps Research Center
JMT2 is now affiliated with The Mobile Apps Research Center. The mission is to design and develop mobile teaching apps to support classroom and mobile instruction, to test and evaluate mobile apps for classroom education, and to report on the effectiveness of mobile apps for student learning enhancements. Research results will be published as resource articles in JMT2.
The Article Resource Center
The focus of the Article Resource Center is to develop technical assistance resources for classroom and distance education professionals on how to design and use mobile teaching resources for student learning enhancement. Resources will be resulting from the discoveries made through The Mobile Apps Research Center projects.
The new format is responsive and formatted primarily for a digital tablet and a smart phone. It can also be read, however, from a lap top computer or an e-book reader such as a Kindle Fire® or a Nook HD®.