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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Technology invades college campuses: Dayton Business Journal – by Laura Englehart DBJ Staff ReporterDate: Sunday, July 31, 2011, 8:59am EDT – Last Modified: Sunday, July 31, 2011, 1:00pm As students head back to college in coming months, theyll bring with … Continue reading
Technology has been used in the classroom for decades now. But with the advent of cloud computing and the proliferation of smaller, more portable computers and Internet-capable devices, it’s now possible to bring the classroom into the technology instead. Summify … Continue reading
“Even though typical Indian consumers have no Internet access, they have a remarkable appetite for digital content. In fact, they consume an average of 4.5 hours of it daily across offline channels such as television, DVDs, and CDs.” “McKinsey research … Continue reading
Continuing education programs appear to be a significant benefit to employees looking for organizations that invest in their talent. Consider this: Sixty percent of U.S. jobs will require postsecondary education by 2018 (Aslanian, 2011). Furthermore, a recent study by the … Continue reading
Smartphone shipments are expected to reach 1 billion annually by 2016, up from 302 million in 2010, per a new study by Juniper Research. via Smartphone shipments expected to reach 1B by 2016: study – Mobile Marketer – Research.
These days its pretty impossible to find a teen without a cell phone—over 75 percent of them own one—which means that schools should be seriously looking at how to harness the technology in the classroom. In fact, given the possibilities … Continue reading
Mobile Learning: Are We On the Cusp of Something Big? One of the most exciting things about living in the digital age is witnessing huge cultural changes occur in real time. We’re at just that point now with mobile learning. … Continue reading
More Americans than ever will buy tablet computers and smartphones this year, driving consumer electronics revenue up 5.6% to a record high of $190bn (£119bn) in 2011, according to a forecast from the US trade group Consumer Electronics Association. via … Continue reading
The future of Ed Tech is “Bring Your Own Device”, (BYOD), and schools will more than likely move away from providing devices for students sooner than later. While BYOD is far too radical for many school districts at this time, … Continue reading
Smarter smart phones and other PDAs, with their ready access to on-the-spot information, have inspired a new discipline and added yet another lower-case letter to the digital reference list: the m. via mLearning Developer Sees New Education Possibilities | UCF … Continue reading
The Metropolitan Library System today announced its newest addition, an iPhone application that expands the scope of how users can access its language learning program, Mango Languages. Now, anyone who has a library card can access the courses directly from … Continue reading
It all started with face to face learning. Then, the times changed to more distant learning methods and the initial communications were through printed material via ‘snail mail’. With time, the technology improved and at present, for many, distance learning … Continue reading
Reynolds has a good grasp on the upcoming technology issues for general learning technologies. I actually believe the timelines are a bit faster then what he publishes, but these are useable for planning and projecting. Education and Technology Trends 2011 … Continue reading
A good and current overview of the state-of-the-LMS-art (changing dramatically…). – JPM Two LMS Roads Diverged in a Wood Written by Rob Reynolds on the topic of Daily Research Welcome to this week’s Biweekly Research Update. If you want more … Continue reading
Blended learning initiative to launch in the spring semester – The Diamondback – University of Maryland
A new program that aims to bring an interactive classroom home with students will keep professors and students in constant communication through course Twitter and Facebook pages. After nearly a year of planning, university officials are preparing to launch the … Continue reading