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ONS 2.0 : vers une gouvernance fédérée pour l’Internet des Objets | Proxima Mobile : applications et services gratuits sur mobile pour les citoyens

ONS 2.0 : vers une gouvernance fédérée pour l’Internet des Objets | Proxima Mobile : applications et services gratuits sur mobile pour les citoyens | mlearn | Scoop.it
Portail des applications et de services aux citoyens sur téléphone mobile, coordonné par la Délégation aux usages de l'Internet (Ministère de la Recherche / Ministère de l'Industrie) .

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The Effect of Using XO Computers on Students’ Mathematics and Reading Abilities - Masters and PhDs

The Effect of Using XO Computers on Students’ Mathematics and Reading Abilities - Masters and PhDs | mlearn | Scoop.it

This paper presents the results of a study conducted to evaluate the impact of using XO computers on students’ literacy and math skills in Mongolia


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User Experiences for Digital Natives

User Experiences for Digital Natives | mlearn | Scoop.it

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Michael Allenberg's curator insight, Today, 8:27 AM

Technology plays a key role in the lives of Digital Natives. Having Internet access 24/7 is the norm and they depend heavily on their mobile devices.

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Toujours connecté : Les smartphones

Toujours connecté : Les smartphones | mlearn | Scoop.it

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Alain MICHEL's curator insight, Today, 8:48 AM

Un petit guide au format PDF (sous licence libre CC-BY-NC-ND) à l'usage des adolescents (et des enseignants), réalisé par le Canopé de Versailles.
Source : http://www.ctoutnet.fr/toujours-connecte

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20 Productivity Apps To Keep You And Your Boss Organised

20 Productivity Apps To Keep You And Your Boss Organised | mlearn | Scoop.it
Need to stay organised? The solution is literally in your pocket -- your smartphone. Countless people (students, businesspeople, creatives, etc.) use mobile productivity apps like Evernote, Easily.Do, and Any.DO to stay on top of things. Which mobile app helps you organise your life? Here are some more tips to help you be the most organised…

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Samsung pokes fun at iPhone screen size rumors in GS5 ad | Pocketnow

Samsung pokes fun at iPhone screen size rumors in GS5 ad | Pocketnow | mlearn | Scoop.it
Samsung puts iPhone screen size rumors in the crosshairs as it promotes the already-5.1-inch Galaxy S5.

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Official AndreasCY's curator insight, July 22, 12:43 AM

Samsung puts iPhone screen size rumors in the crosshairs as it promotes the already-5.1-inch Galaxy S5.

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Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development: Mobile Learning - No Pedagogy Required!

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development: Mobile Learning - No Pedagogy Required! | mlearn | Scoop.it

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How apps are shaping delivery of education

How apps are shaping delivery of education | mlearn | Scoop.it

From helping kids develop artistic skills to tutorials on complicated numerical, apps are changing the way children are learning today, says Shantanu Prakash . 

Over the last decade, as information technology has revolutionized education, it has also spawned numerous inventive sub-cultures of software and hardware development that go to support education delivery. One of the most promising features of this eco-system has been educational apps. 


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Karen Bonanno's curator insight, July 10, 3:38 PM

Helps to address cognitive development and digital literacy skills

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Finally! Record the Screen of Your iPad in Any App, with Narration - Douchy's Blog

Finally! Record the Screen of Your iPad in Any App, with Narration - Douchy's Blog | mlearn | Scoop.it

- "Yesterday X-Mirage added the ability to record not only your iPad screen and audio via Airplay, but also your voice narration. I've been waiting for someone to implement this for ages. ".


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Best Apps and Websites Featured at ISTE

Best Apps and Websites Featured at ISTE | mlearn | Scoop.it
At the 2014 ISTE conference in Atlanta, Georgia, last week, Common Sense Media staff and Graphite Certified Educators presented a series of engaging, informative, and hands-on lightning-fast sessions. These 15-minute workshops showcased practical and engaging ways to use specific...

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Educapplis : un répertoire d'applications pour tablettes

Educapplis : un répertoire d'applications pour tablettes | mlearn | Scoop.it

L'émergence de nombreux outils et les diverses possibilités d'utilisation ont incité le Cégep de Rivière-du-Loup et l'APOP (Association pour les applications pédagogiques de l'ordinateur au postsecondaire) du Quebec à mettre à la disposition des utilisateurs et des intervenants pédagogiques « Éducapplis »,un répertoire en ligne permettant de documenter les applications disponibles. Évolutif et tributaire des expérimentations réalisées par les praticiens, il vise à documenter et à identifier le potentiel des applications disponibles sur le marché, en fonction de leur utilisation dans un contexte pédagogique au postsecondaire. 

L'intérêt de cette ressource en format wiki s'appuie sur l'hypothèse que les différents intervenants disposent de l'expertise nécessaire pour concilier et partager les résultats de leurs recherches et de leurs expérimentations visant des solutions pédagogiques et technologiques adaptées à la formation en enseignement supérieur.


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Bernard Buchel's curator insight, June 30, 2:47 AM

Le catalogue des applications est bien conçu (c'est du made in Canada !) mais encore perfectible.

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Que devez vous supprimer en premier dans votre téléphone lorsque sa mémoire est pleine ?

Que devez vous supprimer en premier dans votre téléphone lorsque sa mémoire est pleine ? | mlearn | Scoop.it

Envie de prendre une photo et votre téléphone vous indique que la mémoire est pleine ? Pas de panique ! Aujourd'hui, DGS partage avec vous les premiers réflexes à adopter quand votre portable n'a plus de place disponible.


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Backup, Restore Apps With Data On iOS Without iTunes

Backup, Restore Apps With Data On iOS Without iTunes | mlearn | Scoop.it
Here's How To Backup And Restore Apps With Their Data On iOS Devices like iPhone and iPad, Without Using iTunes.

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13 000 tablettes tactiles Windows 8.1 forment les lycéens de la région Nord-Pas de Calais aux métiers de demain - Ludovia Magazine

13 000 tablettes tactiles Windows 8.1 forment les lycéens de la région Nord-Pas de Calais aux métiers de demain - Ludovia Magazine | mlearn | Scoop.it
13 000 tablettes tactiles Windows 8.1 forment les lycéens de la région Nord-Pas de Calais aux métiers de demain - Ludovia Magazine

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Odile Dupont's curator insight, June 26, 1:52 PM

Une région qui s'inscrit énergiquement dans une stratégie numérique forte.

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La sécurité d’iOS remise en question par un chercheur

La sécurité d’iOS remise en question par un chercheur | mlearn | Scoop.it
Les récentes révélations d’un spécialiste de la sécurité informatique ont suscité un débat autour de la protection des données personnelles stockées dans des appareils utilisant le système d’exploitation iOS d’Apple.

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Créer facilement du contenu pour la classe et le diffuser sur les ipads des élèves ? Cela vous intéresse?!

Créer facilement du contenu pour la classe et le diffuser sur les ipads des élèves ? Cela vous intéresse?! | mlearn | Scoop.it

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iPads in the classroom: Moving beyond the Apps - The ICT Advisors

iPads in the classroom: Moving beyond the Apps - The ICT Advisors | mlearn | Scoop.it
iPads, iPods and other tablets are becoming more commonplace in the classroom, and schools are filling their devices with lots of Apps. Teachers could be missing valuable opportunities to truly embed the use of iPads in the classroom.

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Lisa Riker's curator insight, July 26, 2:31 PM

How to better use the tools we might already have.....

John Rudkin's curator insight, July 27, 3:22 AM

Apps are a diversion.  The core benefit of Tablets is their capacity for creative use and flexibility.

Cynthia Day's curator insight, July 27, 11:19 AM

BYOD

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iPhone 6 : Tout ce que l'on attend du prochain fleuron d'Apple

iPhone 6 : Tout ce que l'on attend du prochain fleuron d'Apple | mlearn | Scoop.it

Le nouveau smartphone à la pomme croquée débarquerait le 19 septembre avec un grand écran ultra-résistant.


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How educators around the world are implementing mLearning (and what you can learn from them)

How educators around the world are implementing mLearning (and what you can learn from them) | mlearn | Scoop.it

In less than a decade, mobile technology has spread to the furthest corners of the planet. Of the estimated 7 billion people on Earth, 6 billion now have access to a working mobile phone. Africa, which had a mobile penetration rate of just 5% in the 1990s, is now the second largest and fastest growing mobile phone market in the world, with a penetration rate of over 60% and climbing.The phones themselves are not advanced by developed nations’ standards. Most people in developing countries have what are called “feature phones,” which are less sophisticated and powerful than smartphones and have fewer features. But they do have numeric keypads, and can access the internet on a tiny screen–which, by the way, is not a tiny screen to them but a window of vast opportunity.Other types of mobile technology have spread to these corners too. In areas where schools can’t afford to receive traditional educational materials, mobile devices have moved in. One library in Ghana that has no books on its shelves, but now has an e-reader, giving the students of its village access to hundreds of books that could never be physically sent to the library.Still, UNESCO reports that 250 million students worldwide cannot read, write, or count, even after four years of school. Close to 775 million adults– 64% of whom are women–still lack reading and writing skills, with the lowest rates in Sub-Saharan Africa and South and West Asia.How schools respond to the growth of mobile devices will affect generations of students and their readiness for college and the workforce. It will also impact how well teachers, administrators, and staff do their jobs. We must all do our best to ensure that accessibility and quality remain top priorities as technology develops.


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G-learning: Google devices at school in the post-tablet era

G-learning: Google devices at school in the post-tablet era | mlearn | Scoop.it

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andreas hofer's curator insight, July 16, 6:17 PM
I rarely blog about hardware, as the Google ecosystem is mostly about software and I strongly favour a BYOD (Bring your own device) approach when it comes to devices in the classroom. Copy a portable version of the Chrome browser on a flash drive and you will feel at home wherever you go (at least that’s what I do in the classrooms I teach in) if you use the Google ecosystem extensively. However, many schools urgently need to overhaul their IT equipment and financial resources are often rather scarce.


A few months ago a student of mine asked me if she should buy a Chromebook as she knew that I was using one myself at school as my primary working device. I advised her against buying one as she - like pretty much most of my students - wasn't using Google Drive and wanted a device to use Microsoft Office applications with, which was rather cumbersome on a chromebook at that time.


Fast forward a few months and  not only can you natively edit Office documents now but many other features have been added to Google devices which make them ideal for use at school. By “Google devices” I mean Chromebooks, Chromeboxes, Chromecast dongles and Nexus tablets with no particular preference for a specific hardware manufacturer. I’ve been “dogfooding” all of these devices to myself for a couple of years now using a Chromebook and a Nexus 7 at school as well as a Chromebox as my primary computer (unless I need to use multimedia applications), a Nexus 7 and a Chromecast at home. My school(s) uses almost exclusively Windows PCs.


Here are some ideas where I can see Google devices meaningfully (and economically) deployed at schools:
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Mashable : "WWDC 2014 & more | Apple starts a blog for Swift developers

Mashable : "WWDC 2014 & more | Apple starts a blog for Swift developers | mlearn | Scoop.it

Christina Warren 12/07/14 : "Good news for Apple developers:  the Cupertino giant launched a bunch of new resources for its Swift programming language. Announced at WWDC 2014, Swift is Apple's new programming language for iOS and OS X. Early response from developers has been positive, with many seeing Swift making it easier for new programmers to come to the iOS and OSX ecosystems…

 

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Swift blog : http://bit.ly/1q8ths2


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Google’s YouTube Creator Studio app is now available for iPhone users too

Google’s YouTube Creator Studio app is now available for iPhone users too | mlearn | Scoop.it

“Almost two weeks after Google launched its YouTube Creator Studio app for Android, the internet giant has now introduced a version for iPhone users too, as expected.”


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Someone With Google Glass Can Easily Steal Your Phone's PIN

Someone With Google Glass Can Easily Steal Your Phone's PIN | mlearn | Scoop.it
A study out of the University of Massachusetts Lowell found that it's super easy for Google Glass users to steal phone PINs even without seeing the screen.

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Official AndreasCY's curator insight, June 29, 1:17 PM

Google Glass Users Can Steal Your Phone’s PIN With Ease

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Comment vérifier si votre smartphone est compatible avec Android Wear ?

Comment vérifier si votre smartphone est compatible avec Android Wear ? | mlearn | Scoop.it
La Moto 360, la LG G Watch ou encore la Samsung Gear Live sont elles compatibles avec votre smartphone ?

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How Tablets Are Powering The Future Of Storytelling

How Tablets Are Powering The Future Of Storytelling | mlearn | Scoop.it

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Jeni Mawter's curator insight, June 29, 11:41 PM

Tablets are in the hands of every child and young adult across much of the planet. Children's and young adult storytellers take not.

Ricard Garcia's curator insight, June 30, 1:58 AM

Because one way or another... they are. Sooo, let's see how.

Karen E Smith's curator insight, July 2, 3:46 PM

First drafts from now on are done on my iPad. This is a personal shift.

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Reviewing the latest advances in Eric Topol's top ten digital health targets

Reviewing the latest advances in Eric Topol's top ten digital health targets | mlearn | Scoop.it

Five years ago this month, Scripps Health’s Chief Academic Officer Dr. Eric Topol began a speaking tour about the potential of digital health at a mobile industry event in Las Vegas. One of his presentation’s key slides, which would become a fixture of his talks for the next two years, listed the top ten opportunities for digital health. In April 2009 MobiHealthNews called these Topol’s Top Ten Targets for Wireless Medicine. They included: Alzheimer’s, asthma, breast cancer, COPD, depression, diabetes, heart failure, hypertension, obesity, and sleep disorders.

In an effort to reflect a bit on progress made since Topol first took framed the digital health discussion, MobiHealthNews caught up with Dr. Topol to discuss how he might rework that list if he had a chance to do so today and how well he thought the list stood the test of time. The MobiHealthNews team also reviewed our archives from the intervening years and put together a high level review featuring a sample of digital health activity relevant to each of Topol’s ten targets.

“The idea back then was what if we could have sensors and digital technology take fresh, novel approaches to these very important chronic conditions that affected tens of millions of Americans — the only ones that weren’t, like heart failure, Alzheimer’s, and breast cancer, obviously are very important and also growing,” Topol told MobiHealthNews in a recent interview. “What’s happened in the five years since is that every one of those has had significant efforts to apply digital technologies and mobile devices to them.”

Topol says that in hindsight he underestimated digital health’s immediate opportunities. 

“In fact, I had underestimated the field. While in some ways we haven’t gotten a final solution for any of them, so much has been done for each — most of which I had not envisioned at the time,” Topol said. “Plus the field has blossomed well beyond the sensor side of it. Back then, I was mainly thinking about sensors, but it’s really exploded in other ways too.”

While each of the targets he pointed digital health entrepreneurs toward in 2009 have received considerable attention, Topol says that digital health hasn’t yet gone too far beyond point solutions.

“The problem still today, I would say, is integrating the information from multiple data sources — that’s a major issue still,” he said. “That is, if you just take an example like depression and have a sensor that captures data that includes tone of voice, inflection, … blood pressure, heart rate, along with galvanic skin response, heart rate variability, movement, activity, posture, and breathing — if you had all of those and could process it all, you could come up with incredible quantitative tracking for state of mind and depression. You could do that. But none of them have yet folded them all together. What we have now is a lot of siloed activity.”

Topol said that’s true for many of the digital health offerings targeting asthma today too.

“We have sensors that can pick up air quality, pollen count, oxygen saturation, microphones that can sense lung functions, even sensors for inhaled [nitrous oxide] and breath analyzers that detect would-be constituents for precipitators of an asthma attack. But we don’t have that all folded together yet into a single functional system with the predictive analytics and learning we’d like to see. We are mainly missing the data platforms and data processing downstream.”

In addition to pulling the data streams together and developing better analytics, Topol said that digital health still needs to make much more progress in validation, regulation approvals, and reimbursement policies.

Topol said that he really missed the mark in his heart failure prediction by leaving out arrhythmia monitoring, which ended up being one of the first digital health products to find its ways into consumers’ hands thanks to AliveCor. He also admitted that he never would have predicted a digital health company developing a smart bra that could help predict breast cancer, but he did see a big opportunity for handheld ultrasound devices that at-risk women could use at home. Finally, Topol said he didn’t appreciate how powerful the smartphone would become as a hub for conducting lab tests, for example, or for various imaging devices used in annual physical exams.

“The other thing that I didn’t envision back then, that has really exploded since, is the other dimensions of the smartphone hub. For example, to do lab tests. That’s going to be — over the next five years — remarkable, in terms of being able to do almost any lab test. All the routine labs could be run through the smartphone with a very simple microfluidic adapter — any lab test could. Then there’s all the ways you can do a physical exam through a smartphone now via mostly medical imaging, whether it is ears, eyes, you name it —  all through a smartphone.”

Topol believes that one of the most important factors that will drive digital health forward in the next fives years will be recruiting data scientists into the field.

“I’m starting to get convinced that we need to find a way to attract data scientists to digital health,” he said. “Too many of them are working at places like Twitter and Facebook and we need them here in healthcare and medicine.” 


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