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5 ELearning Career Questions and Answers

5 ELearning Career Questions and Answers | HTML 5 | Scoop.it
As with any profession, it is important to set goals so that you can continue to grow in your skills and abilities as an elearning developer. I often receive questions from people via LinkedIn aski...
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Converse Aura

How does a company showcase to the world how much they are capable of creatively? Why they experiment of course and, what better brand is there to get one’s creative teeth around than Converse.


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5 Real Benefits of Using Animation in the Classroom

5 Real Benefits of Using Animation in the Classroom | HTML 5 | Scoop.it
Some teachers are a little torn over the use of animation in the classroom – lots love it but sometimes people feel it can be a time-consuming waste of precious classroom hours, with students spending a long time perfecting something that they...

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6 Elements for Awesome eLearning Games

6 Elements for Awesome eLearning Games | HTML 5 | Scoop.it
Elearning games are engaging and fun when done right. That is why understanding elements of gaming can dramatically take your course from lame to fame. Learn these 6 awesome eLearning game elements and be awesome.

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Online Part-Time Faculty - History - Greek and Roman History - HigherEdJobs

Online Part-Time Faculty - History - Greek and Roman History - HigherEdJobs | HTML 5 | Scoop.it

American Public University: 


Required Experience

Doctoral degree in history or a closely related field from a regionally accredited institution is required.Experience teaching Greek and Roman history courses is required.Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite programs required.Record of excellence in teaching.Two or more years of college-level teaching experience is required.Online teaching experience is required.



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8 Steps for an Awesome eLearning Storyboard Infographic | e ...

8 Steps for an Awesome eLearning Storyboard Infographic | e ... | HTML 5 | Scoop.it

An inforgraphic for Instructional designers: 8 steps for an Awesome eLearning Storyboard. Make your next course with these steps. Happy eLearning!


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JavaScript Compression libraries (libraries and test conditions)

JavaScript Compression libraries (libraries and test conditions) | HTML 5 | Scoop.it

I had a chance to perform investigation of JavaScript based compression. In this investigation I tried to
compare Compression, Decompression and Integration with other platforms (like Java) of all libraries I was able to find.

Current post contain libraries overview and test conditions. Next posts will contain actual result of compression, decompression and integration:
* Compression ratio
* Compression performance
* Integration of compression librearies with other platforms
* Deflate libraries integration
* LZW libraries integration
* Other libraries integration
* Decompression performance
* Decompression on other platforms


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Ember background basics

http://github.com/sideshowcoder/javascript-workshop

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Cloning the UI of iOS 7 with HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Cloning the UI of iOS 7 with HTML, CSS and JavaScript | HTML 5 | Scoop.it
There’s been a lot of controversy recently on whether Javascript could compete with native or not, both in terms of performance and of look’n’feel.

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meSpeak.js: Text-to-Speech on the Web

meSpeak.js: Text-to-Speech on the Web | HTML 5 | Scoop.it

meSpeak.js (modulary enhanced speak.js) is a 100% client-side JavaScript text-to-speech library based on the speak.js project (see below).
meSpeak.js adds support for Webkit and Safari and introduces loadable voice modules. Also there is no more need for an embedding HTML-element.
Separating the code of the library from config-data and voice definitions should help future optimizations of the core part of speak.js.
All separated data has been compressed to base64-encoded strings from the original binary files to save some bandwidth (compared to JS-arrays of raw 8-bit data).
Browser requirements: Firefox, Chrome/Opera, Webkit, and Safari (MSIE11 is expected to be compliant).


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Best of Fluent 2012: Maintainable JavaScript

NOTE: To view an HD version go to: http://youtu.be/nZihjH6_Qns Video of Nicholas Zakas from his Fluent Conference 2012 Presentation Maintainable JavaScript t...

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Best Practices for Building Cross-Platform Mobile Apps - The Next Web

Best Practices for Building Cross-Platform Mobile Apps - The Next Web | HTML 5 | Scoop.it
Best Practices for Building Cross-Platform Mobile Apps
The Next Web
... reconcile the unique native languages of each platform while creating an elegant, consistent user experience.

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Simon Hunanyan's curator insight, November 27, 2013 10:27 PM

Aurhor is sharing the best practices for anyone looking to build high-performing mobile apps across platforms.

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Top 5 WordPress Plugins to Increase Loading Time - Blogging Tips

Top 5 WordPress Plugins to Increase Loading Time - Blogging Tips | HTML 5 | Scoop.it
Increasing the loading time and speed of your website will allow your visitors to view more pages in a short period of time. You only have a second or two to convince a visitor to stay on your site, and if it's taking too long to ...

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The following plugins are enumerated and explained

  1. W3 Total Cache
  2. Lazy Load Plugin
  3. Plugin Organizer
  4. WP Minify
  5. WP Smush.it
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Best 10 Computer Graphics Cards for Boxing Day and Christmas - Video Cards ... - SBWire (press release)

Best 10 Computer Graphics Cards for Boxing Day and Christmas - Video Cards ...
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Brawley, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/17/2013 -- Graphic cards are very useful for many gamers for it improves their computer performance.
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CSSWARP - CSS Text to Path Generator

CSSWarp is a tool for "warping" HTML text directly in the browser. It will apply text transforms to your CSS in a way that you will have native text in an HTML page that looks as if it were created with Illustrators attach to path tool.

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Articulate: Tools for E-learning and M-learning Done Right

Articulate: Tools for E-learning and M-learning Done Right | HTML 5 | Scoop.it

If you are looking to push creative and functional envelopes in your e-learning and m-learning courses, you need rapid development and custom development authoring tools that don't disappoint. Here are three reasons we ...


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Get a technical writing internship or on-the-job experience without having much time for it | I'd Rather Be Writing

Get a technical writing internship or on-the-job experience without having much time for it | I'd Rather Be Writing | HTML 5 | Scoop.it

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Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, December 19, 2013 8:40 PM

I mostly agree with this article...mostly. Yes, there are ways to learn technical writing without the internship or job experience. I still found that getting an education was the best thing. The parent in this article was working full-time and was a busy parent, and couldn't make it to classes. Neither could I. I was working a full-time, very stressful job, parenting a high-functioning autistic child, and being the den leader for my son's Cub Scout group. And I still found time for classes. How? There are LOTS of online courses out there from accredited schools. There are both certificates on the undergrad and graduate level, and degrees on the undergrad, graduate and even doctoral level. Online courses can actually be good if you can make the time for them. For me, I worked on my classes at night after my son went to bed, and on the weekends. Sure, it meant that my husband had to pick up some of the parenting slack (and why wouldn't he?), but he supported my efforts to go back to school while juggling all this other stuff, because he knew it would help me get ahead. The forum conversations were just as lively as in-person conversations, if not more so, and the workload was no different. What grad school--both the certificate I earned and the Master's degree I earned--helped me realize where the gaps were missing in my technical writing education. Yes, over the years, I had picked up some skills due to various jobs, not knowing they were technical communication skills. But getting an online education also helped me get up to speed so that I could find a good entry level position and be more confident in my skills.  I agree that an e-portfolio is essential, and my studies helped me create viable samples for it. But I do feel that having a credential--even if it's just a transcript showing that you took one tech writing course--helps to validate your experience and promote your skills. I just say this from experience. 

--techcommgeekmom

 

(PS--if you are looking for some schools that offer technical communication courses, look on the ID/TC Education tab on the TechCommGeekMom blog.)

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Real Business - Poor grammar on websites scares 59% away

Real Business - Poor grammar on websites scares 59% away | HTML 5 | Scoop.it
Fifty-nine per cent of Britons would not use a company with poor grammar on its website. Have you checked yours recently?

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I found this thanks to a post from Bill Swallow. Oh, I am NOT surprised by this at all. I always though it was because I was an unofficial member of the "grammar police", but rather I'm  not alone. I recall having a disagreement at work, one time, in which I received something I needed to post, and it was one of those "your/you're" issues. (The former was used when the latter was correct.) When I pointed out the error to the person who gave it to me, I was told, "Well, I'm not going to do it that way. That's just the way we do it in Texas." I was livid!  I know it's not done that way in Texas or anywhere else, and I know plenty of well-spoken, excellent writers from Texas that know the difference. I actually had to get my manager to explain to this person that I was correct, and that the document needed to be corrected in order to not give the group putting out the flyer a bad reputation.  So, it's not that it happens only on amateur sites, but rather it can happen frequently on professional sites as well. I see lots of grammatical errors on news sites these days as well. It bothers me a lot! 

--techcommgeekmom

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Listen to your English teacher!

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reSRC · List of Free Programming Books

reSRC · List of Free Programming Books | HTML 5 | Scoop.it

* Algorithms & Datastructures
* Theoretical Computer Science
* Operating systems
* Database
* Networking
* Compiler Design
* Programming Paradigms
* Parallel Programming
* Software Architecture
* Open Source Ecosystem
* Information Retrieval
* Datamining
* Machine Learning
* Mathematics
* Misc
* Web Performance
* MOOC
* Professional Development
* Security


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The JavaScript Tutorial

The JavaScript Tutorial | HTML 5 | Scoop.it

HTML5 is great. jQuery is cool. Node.JS is awesome. Base them on the solid, powerful basement of pure JavaScript and you can rock the web!

* JavaScript: from the Ground to Closures
* Document and Events
* Object Oriented Programming
* Timing
* Frames and windows
* Regular expressions in JavaScript
* Advanced and Extra stuff

 


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konacha - Test your Rails application's JavaScript with mocha and chai

konacha - Test your Rails application's JavaScript with mocha and chai | HTML 5 | Scoop.it

konacha - Test your Rails application's JavaScript with the mocha test framework and chai assertion library.

It is similar to Jasmine and Evergreen, but does not attempt to be framework agnostic. By sticking with Rails, Konacha can take full advantage of features such as the asset pipeline and engines.


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Pop Easy | by Thomas Grauer

Pop Easy | by Thomas Grauer | HTML 5 | Scoop.it
A light weight jQuery plugin that is a must have for any developer to easily create modal windows. Put focus on important elements by applying a mask to your page and opening a customizable pop up modal window.

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Introducing Hyperloop

Introducing Hyperloop | HTML 5 | Scoop.it
RT @carlosicaza: Hyperloop a high performance next-generation compiler turns javascript into native code. Go http://t.co/bMXmLtILle @lanica…

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Hyperloop is a next-generation compiler that turns a special flavor of JavaScript, called HJS, into native code.

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Fluent 2013: Paul Irish, "JavaScript Authoring Tooling"

http://fluentconf.com To view a complete archive of the Fluent 2013 tutorials and sessions, check out the All Access video compilation:

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JavaScript Authoring Tooling

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25 Great Firefox Add-Ons For Web Developers - EFY Times (press release)

"Mozilla Firefox is proving to be the most powerful tool in off late. Plugins enable some things to become easier which is of great relevance to web-developers as looking for errors and optimizing your pages can be a quite painful and time-consuming process."


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Simon Hunanyan's curator insight, December 3, 2013 10:52 PM

The enumeration of most interesting Firefox add-ons for web developers
1. Web developer`s toolbar
2. Firebug
3. ColorZilla
4. MeasureIt
5. HTML Validator
6. IE Tab
7. YSlow
8. Greasemonkey
9. FireFTP
10. Live HTTP Headers
11. ScreenGrab!
12. StumbleUpon
13. SEO for Firefox
14. Adblock Plus
15. Delicious Bookmarks
16. X-Ray
17. CSSViewer
18. Foxmarks Bookmark Synchronizer
19. Aardvark
20. Tab Mix Plus
21. NoScriptAward
22. Unhide Passwords
23. Image Zoom
24. JavaScript Debugger
25. FireShot add your insight...