Modo Labs has released a major update to its mobile campus portal platform. Mobile Campus 2.0 adds new functionality that allows institutions to bring data from learning management and student information systems to students' mobile devices through a single interface. The announcement was made at the Educause 2012 conference, taking place this week in Denver, CO.
"...Online delivery, though, provides the opportunity to take an entirely new approach. Instead of 24 lectures, great online lecturers prepare around 400 sessions, eight to 10 minutes long, ending with a short quiz. Students’ answers to those quizzes determine which part of the course they progress to next.
So, students doing the same unit will start at the same point, but their journey through the material will be entirely different; some will need to interact with every one of the presentations while others may need to interact with far fewer of them. And students may interact with the same number of presentations, but in an entirely different sequence.
In this mode, students' experience is completely personal and adaptive to the way in which they are learning..."
Mobile learning devices offer students a wide range of "on the go" opportunities to extend, enrich, and enhance classroom instruction. There are numerous educational apps available for iPod Touch and iPad for all subjects and grade levels.
ICEF Monitor has frequently looked at how technology is impacting international student recruitment – from the basic techniques of social media and mobile-optimised websites to the growing popularity of interactive virtual tours and the use of QR codes.
Today, we explore how technological changes are influencing student behaviour and student demands by presenting new research findings as well as an interesting infographic on how technology is changing college life.
Your students have smartphones. If you’re looking for some simple and straightforward ways to easily integrate these powerful little devices into your classroom, look no further. The following 50 tips are simply that: tips. So use a few and toss the rest. However, be sure to try out at least one or two of them! ...
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