A calibrated impact of Bluetooth technology in eLearning and other online instructional systems
Wednesday, March 5 11:20-11:40 AM Location: Royale 7
Presider: Linda Kavanaugh, Robert Morris University, United States
Abstract: This paper examines the current and projected effects of Bluetooth technology in online and classroom instructional environments. The paper also looks at the extent to which this innovation has changed technology integration in the classroom and its potential to influence future changes in the field of instructional technology and design. The paper examines the system definition of Bluetooth technology, historical perspectives of the technology, the profile of Bluetooth technology, and what can be done with the technology especially in online synchronous and asynchronous instructional environments. The paper also looks at the strength and weaknesses of this technology given its potential to reach global audiences.