"Virtual reality, along with its potential, has been around for years. While there were some apps that took advantage of its “wow” factor early in development by pointing us to the closest subway or restaurant through our smartphones, the rich applications have always required the use of a bulky pair of goggles. These have not been lightweight goggles! As researchers of education, we found them in university engineering labs but potential was never realized because of its cost and bulk."
“ As I move in to a role where I will be working with other colleagues on a more formal basis when it comes to e-learning, I have been reflecting upon different Apps. I was thinking about SAMR and which Apps can have transformative learning linked to them, if used properly. The list started growing quite …”
Via John Evans
“ *Disclosure: I co-created ArtikPix, PhonoPix and Percentally apps. This is a list of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps for education and special education. Each app in the list includes a one sen...”
Via Brian Wilkinson
Codea, the super-smart code editor for Apple's iPad, has received a huge update adding an iOS 7-inspired redesign, 64-bit optimization, a refreshed asset system, a new code editor, and much more. You can pick up the ...
Classrooms going digital bring both the good and the bad. Smaller mounds of paperwork and easy document storage (no more ‘dog ate my homework!’ or equally ridiculous excuses) fall on the good side of things.
One area of technology in particular which is growing rapidly in education is the use of iPads. That being said, I have comprised an article which examines the positives and negatives of students using iPads at school.
there a future for MOOCs in Europe? Will this historical movement in Open Education have a lasting resonance in the digital age? To what extent can MOOCs engage users socially? How well can they promote entrepreneurship education?
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