Edmodo for the Android makes it easy for teachers and students to stay connected and share information. Use your Android phone to send notes, post replies, and check messages and upcoming events while away from the classroom.
When you sit down to create a new E-Learning initiative, where do you start? At the beginning? Or at the end? The knee jerk reaction is to say, “of course I start at the beginning!” But today I want to look at things a bit differently ...
Guest Post by Susan O'Connell, Learning and Organizational Development Manager at Habitat for Humanity International With a large global staff working in over 70 countries joined by thousands of new volunteers each year ...
Is it possible that the values of the LMS will become more aligned with those of the ePortfolio?
The Wait is Over: The LMS and the ePortfolio Merge to Serve a Culture of Learning
By Trent Batson05/16/12
"The CMS became the IMS became the LMS became…"
A few short years from now, what will we tell our children about the storied past of the LMS? What will it become? In the 1990s, the course management system (CMS) emerged to help faculty manage their courses through the Web. The name morphed to IMS (instructional management system), and then to LMS (learning management system).
7 Ways Teachers Can Create Videos without Installing any Software ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on Digital Portfolios and eLearning curated by eduPLEX (7 Ways Teachers Can Create Videos without Installing any Software | @scoopit
Take into account what learners already know and include activities that will have a direct bearing on the work they do. (How do you integrate the existing knowledge of your experienced employees into the training programs?
It’s an understandable perception: you hear the word gamification, and when pronounced correctly [gay-muh-fi-kay-shuhn], the word “game” slaps you right in the face. It must be about making games and playing and having fun, right?
Wrong. In fact, it’s the exact opposite. To understand why, let’s start by turning back the clock a bit.
A new case study from Newham Sixth Form College (NewVIc): Using Mahara to drive up use of a Moodle VLE The challenge for Newham Sixth Form College (NewVIc) has been to extend the good practice with Moodle and ...
Blackboard Acquires Moodlerooms, NetSpotMarketWatch (press release)Both companies provide hosting, support, and consulting services and products to clients using open source systems including the Moodle learning management system (LMS) and the...
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