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Monthly Archives: November 2011
There is a lot of excitement and controversy around HTML5 these days. HTML5 is predicted to have a big impact, perhaps because it seems to simplify the complexity associated with so many different mobile operating systems and bring us closer … Continue reading
When it comes to buzz words in online education, “mLearning” is making a lot of noise. In an attempt to verify whether or not the hype is warranted, eCollegeFinder.org ended up discovering why many top online schools are looking to … Continue reading
New York’s museums have moved beyond the audio wand. The American Museum of Natural History is opening a new exhibit, Beyond Planet Earth, this weekend, with an ambitious mobile application that conjures up three-dimensional images of solar systems and spacecraft … Continue reading
Mobile technology is on the minds of higher education professionals more than ever before. At the recent HighEdWeb conference in Austin, the itinerary included several ways schools can use social media, blogs and mobile technologies to better captivate its student … Continue reading
mLearning devices and platforms: What you need to know | All things related to educational technology
(We have created an 8-part comprehensive report containing a series of two-to-three page “briefs.” This is part 4: mLearning devices and platforms: What you need to know. If you would like to see the collection in its entirety, click here.) … Continue reading
Mobile learning is certainly a hot discussion topic with elearning and training solutions providers in Australia – like anywhere else in the world. In my meetings with clients and prospects in Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne over that last couple of … Continue reading
The Education Technologies That Educators Believe Can Have The Biggest Impact On Student Learning (Survey Results) | Emerging Education Technology
Survey results indicate several specific technologies as those that we should be investing in and focusing on if we want to effectively leverage technology in education. Tough economic times have more people questioning what we are getting out of technology spending in our schools. … Continue reading
If you’re a student, teacher, or administrator at a middle school looking into adopting iPads for educational purposes, it’s important to know that the iPad is more than just an easy way to browse the web or visit the app … Continue reading
The results of a nationwide survey about technology in higher education suggest that the growth of mobile computing on campus has been dramatic in the last year, but that despite the attention paid to cloud computing, most universities are taking … 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
Access to smartphones has more than tripled among American high school students since 2006, according to a survey report from Project Tomorrow, a national education nonprofit organization, and Blackboard. The report shows that Students now view the inability to use … Continue reading
When 16-year-old Amanda Schuman needs help translating English to Spanish, she pulls out her iPhone. Amanda, a junior at Vista Murrieta High School in southwest RiversideCounty, uses the phone to check her grades, look up homework assignments and find dictionary … Continue reading
It’s easy to get hung up about technology with mobile learning, but the real market driver is content. You can’t re-heat just any old content and drop it onto a mobile. Content needs to be fit for purpose to deliver … Continue reading