Think Mobile Phones for Learning - Karen Montgomery

Mobile Phones in the Classroom (Again) - Steve Dembo

Messaging Shakespeare for Better Understanding

AudioBogging with CellphonesLiz Kolb

Cellphones as Audio Recorders - NECCWes Fryer

Polling in the Classroom - The Mobile Learner Blog

web 2.0 cool tools for schools (includes non mobile phone apps)

cooltoolsforschools > File converters || File Converting Tools: || || Qipit || || Copy documents, whiteboards and handwritten notes with your camera
phone or digital camera to store, fax, email or publish! Turn documents, notes ... Qipit account, or right from your phone Store all of your paper documents and notes as digital -

Thanks to Doug Peterson for sharing his iPod-and-iPhone-in-the-Classroom suggestions of an ideal suite of applications for use in the classroom.

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  • .Animoto - create a presentation from your pictures
  • Cooliris - search the internet for images in this spectacular application
  • Delicious Bookmarks - access your bookmarks and then visit via Safari
  • Earthscape - another earth explorer with great overlays
  • Google - the Suite - access to all of the Google suite of applications
  • Google Earth - the venerable Earth Exploration application
  • iGCT - your Geocaching Toolkit
  • MiGhtyDocs - edit Google Docs from your iPod / iPhone
  • ResponseWare - Classroom performance system
  • Safari - Apple's web browser (comes pre-installed)
  • Spore LE - the biology simulation
  • Stocks - track stock prices in the Business Education classroom (comes pre-installed)
  • Twittelator - stay connected to Twitter, your frients, your neighbourhood
  • Untangle Lite - logical puzzle
  • Weather - check the weather outside and around the world (comes pre-installed)
  • Wikipanion - dig into the Wikipedia
  • WordWarp - rearrange letters to form words
  • WordPress Plugin - blogging from your iPod / iPhone
  • WordWhirl - rearrange letters to form words
  • WorldWiki - detailed information about any country as you need it

Please consider joining Doug's wiki and adding your suggestions for classroom use.