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10 steps to mobile learning adoption

10 steps to mobile learning adoption | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Mobile learning, like any change initiative, involves different stakeholders playing a greater or lesser part. Whilst those who are responsible for the change (the Change Sponsor and Change Manager) should be well-acquainted with the entirity of this Mobile Learning infoKit, other stakeholders may need an overview of the process. As the Mimas snapshot demonstrates, working in partnership is critical.

The generic 10-step process outlined in the image above has been adapted from Gary Woodill’s very detailed mLearning Road Map and is a useful overview as to how to successfully implement a mobile learning initiative:

 

Write mobile learning vision statement

Gather stakeholder requirements

Agree on scope

Obtain senior manager buy-inIdentify required content

Decide in-house or external developmentIdentify champions

Create and test beta content

Gain feedback and iterate offering

Roll out to wider group


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OKMindMap – make sibling nodes into a parent-and-child: a simple but not obvious operation  | Moodle News

OKMindMap – make sibling nodes into a parent-and-child: a simple but not obvious operation  | Moodle News | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

 

If you’re using OKMindMap to build your mindmaps, this is something that may not be obvious to you.

 

How to make two sibling nodes into parent and child node relationship.

 

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The 108 Best iPhone Apps

The 108 Best iPhone Apps | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it
On this page, you will find the best 100+ iPhone apps for all your needs. We’ve taken the effort to categorize the apps and picked only those we believe to be the best ones and which will most likely be useful to you.
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» My Top 10 Tools for Learning 2011 Learning in the Social Workplace

» My Top 10 Tools for Learning 2011 Learning in the Social Workplace | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

This is the 5th year I have been building a Top 100 Tools for Learning list (based on the Top 10 Tools contributions of learning professionals worldwide), so I thought it would be interesting to compare my choices in the first year I ran the activity in 2007, with my choices today.

 

1 – In 2007 I selected Bloglines, as my RSS reader – and said it was “probably the most indispensable tool for my work”. In 2011 I now use Google Reader, and although it is no longer my most indispensable tool, it is still an important tool for me to keep up to date with what is happening in the “learning” world.

 

2 – In 2007 I chose Microsoft FrontPage as it was the web page tool I used to build the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies site. In 2011 I now use WordPress to power my website. It is such a sophisticated tool, and it also now powers my Learning in the Social Workplace blog.

 

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The Best Moodle Tools You've Never Used

How are you using Moodle? Posting resources and announcements? Collecting assignments? Launching SCORM content?
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Free online Multimedia Training Videos from the University of Westminster

Free online Multimedia Training Videos from the University of Westminster | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Free online multimedia training videos from the University of Westminster.  I would like to send out a special thanks to  Russell Stannard for all his work & dedication to education and innovation...


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Is the iPad the future of text books?

Is the iPad the future of text books? | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Aspey, S. (2011) Pearson and the Eminata Group Launch North America’s Largest iPad-Based eTextbooks Initiative for Postsecondary Institutions PRWeb, August 29

This announcement about a partnership between Eminata, a commercial company running career colleges in Canada and the large international publisher, Pearson, caught my eye. All the students’ text books for these colleges will now be available on the iPad, through Pearson’s eText for iPad app, which:

"presents digital content in the same high resolution as on a computer, even when pages are zoomed, and displays perfect fidelity to the print book. Students can easily add their own personalization (notes, highlights, bookmarks) while working on their iPads and then access it later on their Mac or PC."

 

This is the kind of technology that makes e-readers useful for students. Although students still have to pay for the iPad (and their courses), there are large savings to be made on texts over a whole program. The limitation of this kind of agreement though is that it locks a college into just one publisher, who can still control the price of the e-books. Eventually, at least public colleges will be looking for solutions that enable texts to be sourced from any publisher (such as the Kobo e-reader) – or will Apple now attempt to take on Google in providing access to all the world’s books via its iPad and iTunes?...

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Great Note-Taking Apps For Students - iPads in Education

Great Note-Taking Apps For Students - iPads in Education | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

It’s back-to-school time and students are looking for the best ways to incorporate technology into their day-to-day scholastic activities. Long gone are the days when students had to bulk up on three-ring binders and spiral notebooks.

Instead, today’s youth have the advantage of utilizing new hand-held technologies, like the iPad, to help them keep track of their lessons and notes like never before. Schools have even noticed the popularity and convenience of technology and have even begun to incorporate iPad-friendly lesson plans into their curriculum. If you are a student who refuses to give up your technology, make sure to stay ahead of the class by downloading one of our top 10 note-taking apps for the iPad...


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Back to School: 17 awesome sites for Moodle training videos | Moodle News

Back to School: 17 awesome sites for Moodle training videos | Moodle News | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Over the past few years I’ve seen a lot of great Moodle videos. Here are a few of my favorite sources/sites for Moodle related media.

 

@sbrandt’s Screenr page (at last count Shawn had over 50 Moodle related videos and tutorials listed

http://moodletuts.com/ (usually a great source but the site was recently hacked, you can still see the videos at http://www.screenr.com/user/moodletuts

5 Minute Moodles by @lasic (great videos showcasing all sorts of Moodle features and tricks)

Professor Moodle on Youtube (16 Moodle videos)

Mount Orange School Moodle 2.0 videos (http://school.demo.moodle.net/)

A 26 video Moodle playlist by Youtube user Peliikt...

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ScreenChomp – Crea y comparte tutoriales didácticos desde iPad

ScreenChomp – Crea y comparte tutoriales didácticos desde iPad | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Hace unas semanas os presentamos Show Me, una aplicación que transforma nuestro iPad en una pizarra digital para poder dar clases a distancia guardando la sesión, hoy os presento una alternativa más intuitiva que puede ayudar con las tareas de nuestros hijos.

 

Se trata de ScreenChomp, una herramienta que permite dibujar y guardar el resultado, hecho para permitir explicar operaciones, procesos o cualquier asunto que necesite de este tipo de aplicación.

 

Graba audio, importa fotos… una solución que ayuda a entender porque las tabletas (sean iOs o Android) pueden revolucionar el mundo académico...

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Libro: Acerca de Internet de Hubert L. Dreyfus

Libro: Acerca de Internet de Hubert L. Dreyfus | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

http://www.uoc.edu/dt/20397/acerca_de_Internet.pdf

 

Link al PDF con el  trabajo del profesor de filosofía en la Graduate School de la Universidad de California en Berkeley, Hubert L. Dreyfus, titulado "Acerca de Internet"

 

 

 

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48 text/image Moodle Tutorials from @OfficialTildee | Moodle News

48 text/image Moodle Tutorials from @OfficialTildee | Moodle News | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Like the great resource at Thinktutorial.com, Tildee is another crowd sourced tutorial site. Good news for Moodlers there are already 48 tutorials there. The tutorials are laid out in an easy to follow step by step process with images and text directions. Nearly 50 have already been created. If you’re looking for a quick reference for adding a label, adding an assignment, embedding various web2.0 tools/widgets or displaying a directory: Tildee is a great place to start and to share with beginning Moodlers.

 

http://www.tildee.com/browse.php?s=moodle

 

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How to Set Up Class iPads and iPods

How to Set Up Class iPads and iPods | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

The Apple Fairy has come to your classroom and given you some iPads and/or iPod Touches to use for learning? You and your students sure are the lucky ones. I know what you’re thinking though: “So what now, technically speaking?” There are many different ways to set your iDevices up. Here is how I’ve done mine (I have struckthrough ideas I’ve changed since Sept 2010, and put in purple new ideas from June 2011):

 

Create a school/class iTunes account. It’s so much more coherent to have a dedicated iTunes account that does not mingle with your personal one.Dedicate one computer (ideally a Mac) to be the ‘mommy’ of the devices. Having personal apps/music/etc. mingle with your class ones is a recipe for confusion...


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» 100+ examples of use of social media for learning C4LPT

» 100+ examples of use of social media for learning C4LPT | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Here are over 100 ways that different social technologies (and tools) are being used by learning professionals worldwide – compiled from the comments of those who have contributed to the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009 activity.

 

Blogging

(1) “Blogs are great for learning from others, reflection, story sharing, facilitating connections among people, philosophizing, and much more” Janice Petosky, Instructional designer,West Chester, Pennsylvania

(2) “Writing a blog is a learning activity, of course, but reading the best blogs that are available is one of my most productive learning experiences.” Jerome Martin, Book publisher, photographer and a musician from Canada.

(3) “Blogging is my chief way of making sense of things“ Michele Martin, Freelance Learning Consultant, USA

(4) “Blogs are obviously great ways to consolidate personal learning, but as it is such a great CMS I think that it lends itself exceptionally well to broadcasting content of a non-blog nature, or with multiple authors, as the centrepiece of an informal learning network.” Dan Roddy, eLearning Designer, UK...


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Here’s a Free PowerPoint Template & Laptop Illustration » The Rapid eLearning Blog

Here’s a Free PowerPoint Template & Laptop Illustration » The Rapid eLearning Blog | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

My guess is that some of the most common screen elements in elearning courses are computer monitors. They’re nice to use because contextually they fit elearning. And they’re great for holding the images and multimedia we use.

There are all sorts of computer monitors available through the office online site. But sometimes it’s just easier to build what you need. Plus, it’s a great way to learn more of PowerPoint’s illustration features.

 

In today’s post, I’ll show you how to build a laptop monitor inspired by the free laptop image file you can get from the psdGraphics site. It’s pretty simple and is made up of a rounded rectangles and essentially the same gray gradient.

Below is the tutorial. And at the end of the post you’ll find the original PowerPoint file for you to download and deconstruct...

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Aprendizaje 2.0: Libro: El conocimiento libre y los recursos educativos abiertos

Aprendizaje 2.0: Libro: El conocimiento libre y los recursos educativos abiertos | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

El conocimiento libre y los recursos educativos abiertos -Libro descargable | http://t.co/fCHEgzl


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Handwriting Apps | Mac|Life

Handwriting Apps | Mac|Life | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

An early knock against the iPad (and the iPhone) was that people want physical keys, that touch screen typing is difficult and unnatural. As we move more and more towards a paperless world, what's a non-touch-screen-typist to do in this tabletly world? With a wealth of handwriting apps in the App Store, where do we start?

 

Penultimate ($1.99/iPad)

Of the three handwriting notebook apps we look at this week, Cocoa Box Design LLC's Penultimate might just be the least feature rich. But that's not a bad thing. If you want an app that delivers on the promise of excellent "natural ink" responsiveness, then look no further...


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Español: Solución: Idioma español por defecto en corrector ortográfico TinyMCE Moodle 2.1

Español: Solución: Idioma español por defecto en corrector ortográfico TinyMCE Moodle 2.1 | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Tutorial... cómo solucionar el asunto del corrector de idiomas en Moodle 2.1

 


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mLearning devices and platforms | Bottom-Line Performance

mLearning devices and platforms | Bottom-Line Performance | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

(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.)The issue that halts enthusiasm for mLearning is the device wars. People want to know which device to use. Our answer is that companies need to be prepared to support multiple devices and that the issue REALLY needs to be tablet versus smartphone.

 

Our observations gleaned from mLearn 2011 regarding devices:

• Blackberry produces the least appealing mobile solution. We saw solutions that had visual appeal, but you can’t get around the massive amount of scrolling required to review anything.• Don’t attempt to repurpose an entire course if your end destination is a smartphone. Lots of people presented case studies of situations where they tried to do just that – and traditional doesn’t translate well. Mobile shouldn’t be viewed as simply another way to consume traditional eLearning…it should be a true solution to a specific problem that cannot be solved by a desktop solution...

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Informal y Mobile Learning : Dos hermanos que se llevan muy bien | E-Aula

Informal y Mobile Learning : Dos hermanos que se llevan muy bien | E-Aula | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Creo que es prácticamente indiscutible la excelente relación que se genera hoy en día y de manera muy natural entre un par de hermanos : Informal y Mobile, ambos claro con apellido Learning. El acceso a dispositivos móviles y la necesidad de adquirir conocimiento que existe hoy en día, crean el escenario perfecto para estos dos actores del aprendizaje que cumplen un rol fundamental en nuestro camino de aprendizaje a lo largo de la vida( Lifelong Learning ).

 

Analicemos previamente este par de hermanos Learning :

Informal Learning : aquella instancia que permite adquirir conocimiento de una manera natural y que está fuertemente marcada por un ingrediente fundamental que es la adquisición de conocimiento sin ningún tipo de imposición, más que la sola voluntad de ser parte de esta instancia y donde sin ni siquiera darse cuenta, se produce una instancia de aprendizaje.

Mobile Learning : pensemos en el aprendizaje móvil, como la posibilidad de acceso a contenidos de aprendizaje, transportables en la palma de nuestra mano...

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Are You Asking the Right Questions? » The Rapid eLearning Blog

Are You Asking the Right Questions? » The Rapid eLearning Blog | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Many elearning developers are working with limited resources. So any time you can find a free solution, you’ve won. The other day I was playing around with Urtak. The site lets you build simple surveys. The value is its simplicity and how the questions engage people. It also lets you, the survey taker, to ask additional questions—another way to engage.

 

Ask Questions to Engage Your Learners

Most elearning courses I see are info-centric and just push content out. Often there’s little concern about how relevant the information is to the learner. Thus the learner is usually not engaged and has to wade through a lot of information...

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PLE y m-Learning con Moodle 2.0

PLE y m-Learning con Moodle 2.0 | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Integración de los PLE, e-Portfolios y Moodle 2.0 en Dispositivos Móviles.

 

La finalidad del presente proyecto es la de desarrollar un producto formativo sobre el uso de la Web 2.0 aplicada al e-Learning (e-Learning 2.0) impartido en modalidad m-Learning, integrando:

PLE

1. Personal Learning Environments (PLE), o Entornos Personales de Aprendizaje.
2. Basado en los Servicios y Herramientas 2.0
3. Potencian el aprendizaje de carácter no formal.
4. Se pueden utilizar para un aprendizaje social (Social Learning)
5. Enfoque conectivista del aprendizaje.

 

MOODLE 2.0

1. Entorno de formación de tipo Open Source más utilizado a nivel mundial.
2. Permite el desarrollo de acciones formativas de una forma estructurada, con una gran cantidad de herramientas y servicios.
3. Soporte de repositorios de contenidos abiertos.
4. Plugins para la integración de servicios web 2.0: Box.net, Flickr, Google Docs, Mahara, Picasa, Wikimedia, Youtube...
5. Soporte para exportación de datos de e-Portfolios.
6. Gran cantidad de elementos para personalizar el proceso de Enseñanza-Aprendizaje.

 

e-PORTFOLIOS: MAHARA

1. Herramienta para la evaluación por competencias.
2. Soporte de las evidencias de aprendizaje en formato multimedia.
3. Integración de elementos multimedia en la evaluación.
4. Carácter formativo de la evaluación.
5. Integración de un e-curriculo


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Cómo usar las herramientas Google para la educación

Cómo usar las herramientas Google para la educación | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

En post anteriores os he hablado de algunas herramientas interesantes que pueden ayudarnos a implicar a los estudiantes en su educación, compartiendo y colaborando de un modo dinámico y activo, a través de las TIC y Web 2.0.

Pues bien, esta vez voy a intentar contaros cómo podemos utilizar la Web 2.0 sin salir de Google ya que para sorpresa propia y ajena, he comprobado que muchos son los educadores y profesores que no conocen bien sus herramientas y posibilidades, no ya sólo para el mundo educativo, pero hoy nos vamos a centrar en este ámbito.

Lo esencial en este punto es no sólo conocer bien las herramientas y sus usos, sino sobre todo, hacerlas llegar a nuestros estudiantes, ya que posiblemente la mayoría de ellos sólo conocen de Google la página inicial de búsqueda. Así que empecemos por ahí. Vamos a enseñar a nuestros estudiantes a optimizar su tiempo en internet, a mejorar su forma de realizar búsquedas, de documentarse y de compartir, es decir, a aprovechar al 100% los recursos de Google...


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