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Google Classroom's Doors Open - EdSurge

Google Classroom's Doors Open - EdSurge | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it
Google Classroom's Doors Open
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Classroom is hardly the first--or only--tool for managing school assignments; learning management systems like Moodle and Blackboard offer this functionality.

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Making Moodle Multi-device Friendly with Bootstrap

Making Moodle Multi-device Friendly with Bootstrap | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it

This presentations show the history of Bootstrap, some example themes and samples of plugins for Moodle created with the Bootstrap framework.


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Training & Social Learning

Training & Social Learning | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it
The Principles of Adult Learning. (The Principles of Adult Learning. - http://t.co/kR80xzNZ
@P3TrainingLtd you might like this!

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Mobile Learning On The Rise [INFOGRAPHIC] | LearnDash

Mobile Learning On The Rise [INFOGRAPHIC] | LearnDash | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it

Unless you have been living under a rock lately, you know that mobile learning (or mlearning) is on the rise.  New technology is making mobile learning a realty, and the decrease in mlearning device prices is helping with overall adoption. 


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Efrain Pena's comment, August 23, 2013 10:16 PM
Great post Mr. Jacomino, the raising of the mlearning its in tha air, the people use it, feel it and love it, they can't live without it. That is a great tool to maximize the learning and stay connected with her activities.
Viljenka Savli (http://www2.arnes.si/~sopvsavl/)'s curator insight, August 24, 2013 3:32 AM

Progress influences the everyday life also in education :)

Mike Garcia's curator insight, October 1, 2013 10:00 AM

I like phones.

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Blending Formal and Informal Learning

Over 80% of learning that happens in organizations is informal, with just 20% occurring via formal methods. Claire Schooley, Senior Analyst at Forrester Rese...
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Christian Schmid's comment, June 13, 2013 5:40 AM
Please give me the freedom and freetime to learn by my own, that would be the most efficient way to learn today.
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A new classification for MOOCs - Gráinne Conole

A new classification for MOOCs - Gráinne Conole | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it
  Gráinne Conole is Professor of learning innovation at the University of Leicester. Her research interests include the use, integration and evaluation of Information and Communication Technologies...
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Kleinspiration: Tons of Classroom Examples Using Augmented Reality with @Aurasma - A Complete How-To Guide!

Kleinspiration: Tons of Classroom Examples Using Augmented Reality with @Aurasma - A Complete How-To Guide! | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it
RT @TechMinock: Using Augmented Reality via @Aurasma in your Classroom: A Kleinspiration Guide!
http://t.co/LVht5WPTCC via @sharethis @techbradwaid #ARNews

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Jan Eade's curator insight, May 27, 2013 12:40 AM

A great explanation of augmented reality followed by some fabulous examples of students' designing, using & testing via the Aurasma app. The video contains a student explaining how they did it.

 

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Want People to View Your Videos? New Data Confirms the Future is Social

Want People to View Your Videos? New Data Confirms the Future is Social | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it
While many of us are dedicated to producing great video content, we often neglect to think about how that content will be consumed by the masses. I spend so much time producing, directing, writing ...

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8 Educational Apps To Create Digital Portfolios

by Jennifer Rita Nichols, TeachThought Intern Digital portfolios are becoming increasingly popular in classrooms across North America. School administration, teachers, parents, and students are all…
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Die stille Revolution: Messenger unterwandern Social Networks

Die stille Revolution: Messenger unterwandern Social Networks | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it
Heimlich, still und leise haben sie sich angeschlichen. Wie Twitter im Jahr 2007 haben Messenger-Apps den Social-Media-Mainstream in den letzten Jahren ausgehöhlt.
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Top 10 iPad Apps for Lesson Planning ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Top 10 iPad Apps for Lesson Planning ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it

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Christian Schmid's comment, June 13, 2013 5:34 AM
good overview and help to structure your app
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Rethinking Mobile Tutorials: Which Patterns Really Work? | Smashing Magazine

Rethinking Mobile Tutorials: Which Patterns Really Work? | Smashing Magazine | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it
In this post, we’ll look at why many common tutorial patterns are ineffective and how you can leverage game design principles to increase user engagement.
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ELearning: The Power of Feedback (any feedback!)

Many studies on feedback communication have focussed around feedback provided to the messenger by the audience. This article is focussed on the feedback provided by the messenger, after the audience has responded to the original message.
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The future of e-learning is social learning

The first of a 3-part series of presentations. This one covers What is Social Learning? Social Learning Platforms? The role of a Social Learning Professional

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Ununi.tv: Bildungsflatrate für 10 Euro - Golem.de

Ununi.tv: Bildungsflatrate für 10 Euro - Golem.de | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it
Ununi.tv will das Netz zur Volkshochschule machen. Das Startup bringt Schüler und Dozenten per Google-Hangouts zusammen.
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Die wachsende Bedeutung von Videos für formelles und informelles Lernen wird durch die Vielzahl von Video-Plattformen mit jedem Tag deutlicher.Viele Universitäten bieten Internet-Nutzern weltweit Videos zu ihren Studienangeboten auf iTunes U an.

 

Nicht nur aufgezeichnete Vorlesungen von Eliteuniversitäten erfreuen sich großer Beliebheit, sondern auch diverse Formate von Erklärvideos.

Ob Whiteboard Illustration im Stil von RSA Animate, Papermation nach dem Vorbild von Commoncraft oder User-generated Tutorials auf YouTube, Erklärvideos aller Art erfreuen sich großer Beliebtheit.

 

Zu den deutschsprachigen Video-Portalen wie Pink University und  Video2Brain will sich jetzt auch Ununi.tv gesellen. Durch die Einbindung von Google-Hangouts verspricht das Angebot über die Vermittlung von Content hinaus zu gehen und die Vernetzung von Lernenden und Dozenten zu ermöglichen. Bin gespannt auf die didaktische Qualität und wie das Crowdfunding läuft...

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Eine neue Art zu Lernen

Eine neue Art zu Lernen | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it
Nicholas Negroponte verteilte Tablet-Computer in zwei abgelegenen Dörfern in Äthiopien – und entdeckte: Kinder können sich ohne Lehrer weitaus mehr beibringen, als ihnen üblicherweise zugetraut wird.
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Google Reader meets Flipboard: Bloglovin' launches Android, iPad apps - The Verge

Google Reader meets Flipboard: Bloglovin' launches Android, iPad apps - The Verge | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it
Google Reader meets Flipboard: Bloglovin' launches Android, iPad apps
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On the iPad, Bloglovin' made it so just a minor flick of your thumb initiates a significant scroll, eliminating the need to constantly scroll while you read.

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ATILA VELO's curator insight, June 20, 2013 8:23 AM

A RSS reader targeted to women - interesting idea! That kind of segmentation is very smart. For men, I recommend Feedly, Pulse or Flipboard! :)

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M-Learning's dirty little secrets

M-Learning's dirty little secrets | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it

I have a confession to make. At my workplace a little while ago, I created a smartphone-friendly version of our online induction course. ... So conventional wisdom dictated that a mobile version of the course would be a smash hit.

It tanked.


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DBliton's curator insight, May 21, 2013 9:06 AM

Nice summary of what many people know - there is never a silver bullet, just the right tool for the right job (if you are prepared and lucky).

PalomaRecuero's curator insight, May 27, 2013 9:13 AM

Yo también era un poco escéptica al principio respecto a las posibilidades del m-Learning. Como indica el artículo, hay que cambiar el foco. No es tanto el hecho de diseñar un curso para acceder a él desde un dispositivo móvil, como el poder usar dicho dispositivo para acceder a ese conocimiento que necesito aquí y ahora. Y para los cursos más convencionales, la tableta. (Nunca dejarán de chocarme los "turistas" sacando fotos o grabando vídeos con sus tabletas. Con lo que pesan de por si las mochilas de los sufridos viajeros...)

Andreas Kuswara's curator insight, June 5, 2013 11:16 PM

I’m not quite sure I agree with all the points in the article, about people don’t usually use their own devices for training, I think it won’t be the case in the future if not already. With the increase sales of personal mobile devices, thanks to Apple, Samsung, HTC, Sony, etc that consistently bring services in the cloud into our palm (or pocket whatever expression you choose), the masses are being educated and persuaded to accept these powerful small devices that you can carry around. And the way Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook etc all the could services providers connect authentication, people will more and more accept that those services connects and built around a person, personalized and customized to his needs. Even more so with Google Glass and etc. There would be time that people would be just don’t bother to jump between work and personal devices, and just accept to take work and learning through their personal mobile devices. I personally think that time is already here, or at least right at the door.

 

This will have implication on security, thus managing the mobile infrastructure could be a headache for the IT management team in education institutions and companies.

 

And along with the critical mass, LMS developer and just pretty much anyone who put anything on the web will have to be mobile-friendly if not voluntarily then eventually by force, if they still want to keep their customers.

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Führungsstil: Wie Chefs Social Media nutzen sollten

Führungsstil: Wie Chefs Social Media nutzen sollten | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it
Social Media hat sich als Strategie-Werkzeug im Management etabliert. Welche Erwartungen Unternehmen an Führungskräfte haben, erklärt Sabine Hockling.
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Week 1: MOOCs and Quality – Where are we – where do we go…? | MOOC Quality Project

Week 1: MOOCs and Quality – Where are we – where do we go…? | MOOC Quality Project | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it
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The End of Education As We Know It

The End of Education As We Know It | eLearning&new-media | Scoop.it
Scott Barry Kaufman Imagine being 6 or 7 years old again, learning about addition and subtraction for the first time.

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Ana Luisa Caeiro Baltazar's comment, April 8, 2013 7:28 AM
I agree Chris! It's absolutely fantastic. I wonder if there is something similar in Portuguese ... Do you know, Audrey?
Chris Carter's comment, April 8, 2013 10:21 AM
Ana, a person who may know is Yasemin Allsop, editor of ICT in Practice (http://www.ictinpractice.com/magazine/), and director of IT for her school in London. She attends the Porto, Portugal games in education every October.
Audrey's comment, April 8, 2013 5:31 PM
Chris my pleasure. Sorry, I don't know anything similar in Portuguese,Ana.