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Keith Hamon

Ignatia Webs: paper review: Mobile learning paper summary - 2 views

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    "constructivism, knowledge, low resource setting, mobile, mobile learning; review paper"
Nik Peachey

mLearing and ELT: Are We Mobile Ready? - 12 views

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    "mLearing and ELT: Are We Mobile Ready?"
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    As promised in my posting of April 8th 2011 I would like to share here some first insights into the results from my survey into Mobile Learning 2011 and what some of the statistical comparisons show when matched against results from the same survey last year.
Julie Lindsay

elearning - E4L Policies and Guidelines - 0 views

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    A collection of policies and guidelines from Qatar Academy for use of e-learning, mobile computing and Web 2.0 resources.
Fred Delventhal

LinkBunch BETA - http://linkbun.ch - 0 views

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    LinkBunch lets you put multiple links into one small link which you can share over IM, Twitter, email or even a mobile phone SMS. Learn more about LinkBunch here. Simply put in a list of links in the box below and click 'Bunch' to get your small LinkBunch
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    LinkBunch lets you put multiple links into one small link which you can share over IM, Twitter, email or even a mobile phone SMS.
David Wetzel

10 Online Programs Which Support Learning in Adult Education - 4 views

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    Free online technologies are changing adult education by offering the ability to use free online tools to support collaboration and completing class work. The list is long in regards to the number of online programs which support adult students in their quest for learning in adult education. The sheer number of these online software programs continues to grow almost daily. A review of several of these programs has narrowed the list down to a few which are beneficial to adult students, because they ease their work load and collaboration efforts with fellow classmates.
Kelly O

Live @ edu :: The Future of Student Collaboration is Here - 0 views

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    Live@edu is the ultimate suite of applications - mobile, desktop and web-based - to help your students collaborate on campus, and create a community that lasts a lifetime.
Vicki Davis

Kahoot! | Game-based blended learning & classroom response system - 3 views

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    This has got to be the funkiest instant poll, quiz, response site around. Create questions, quizzes and polls with optional uploaded images for participants to complete in real time from a computer or mobile device. The users access the quiz by using a pin code. The 'question master' gets the data back instantly and it is stored on the site or can be downloaded. This is superb for checking the knowledge of children in your class or that your audience is still awake. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
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    Got this email from a teacher Hi Vicki- I love your blog, tweets and contributions to flipboard! I am a teacher at a local school district charter high school and appreciate your zeal for teaching and learning. I am not sure if you have heard about Kahoot! but wanted to ask you to check it out by following it on Twitter or watching a few youtube videos of Kahoot in action. I have no financial investment in it or any reason for recommending it other than how much we are enjoying using it at our school and how valuable a tool I believe it to be. Questions can be entered by students or teachers and pictures can be uploaded to each question to add visual appeal. The students can use computers, smart phones, tablets and don't have to have an account- they just log in to kahoot.it and then join the interactive quiz. Everyone gets so involved and passionate and it is great for reviews before tests or for supplemental instruction. The results can be viewed on a spreadsheet and provide formative assessments. It can be used for any ages and any subjects. I am so jazzed about this great new tool and hope you will be too. https://getkahoot.com Kathryn Lewallen Payson, AZ Payson Center for Success High School
Jackie Gerstein

Tony Vincent's Learning in Hand - Blog - Recommended iOS Apps for 2010 - 12 views

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    "IEAR 2010 Best Apps"
Vicki Davis

Hulu - Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog - 0 views

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    This is a very viral video that a lot of the kids are talking about. (It came out LAST June but now is a hot seller on Amazon.) Neil Patrick Harris wants to join the Evil League of Evil. It is 42 minutes long. It is ironic how much of entertainment is becoming viral -- television can no longer control what gets watched - it gets "put out there" and then they see what is watched. In many ways, this viral way of video viewing is very interesting. Not saying this should be watched -- it is quite hot with many college students. I could see how much that is said would resonate with college kids. Listen to the vernacular - even though some of you may find this very napolean dynamite-ish. "I'm just trying to change the world. I don't have time for a grudge match for every poser in a parka." It grows on you -- stick with it. Oh and be warned there are few words in here. But, no rating to catch it! (not sure why not rating movies just released online.) This is sponsored by XO laptop.
James O'Hagan

Hotseat at Purdue University - 7 views

  • Hotseat, a social networking-powered mobile Web application, creates a collaborative classroom, allowing students to provide near real-time feedback during class and enabling professors to adjust the course content and improve the learning experience.
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      I am always wary of something that creates a backchannel during a class, however, this at least focuses the backchannel outside of random tweets or FB posts.
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