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"For quite a while now, I’ve been poring over mobile design books, listening to podcasts and reading online content to learn the best practices for designing mobile phone applications as I design one of my own. Strangely enough, it seems as though many gurus actually agree on the basics of functionality, usability and aesthetics required for making an effective mobile application. Here I’ve gathered up what I think are the best practices of mobile app design and applied them to mobile learning and mobile performance support when possible."
International Business TimesKhan Academy iPad App Launches With Free, Educational Videos On Apple TabletHuffington PostPopular video education hub Khan Academy launched an iPad application featuring more than 2700 free videos on March 11.
Charlie Davis and I were having a chat in the office the other day about what you should look for when choosing an educational mobile app. Here are some of our thoughts, but feel free to add more via the … Continue reading ...
Your iPhone’s camera can do more than just take photos. It can also help you record measurements for do-it-yourself projects.
I recently tested two apps – one that lets you record measurements on the photos you snap and another that also taps into your iPhone’s accelerometer to do the measuring for you. Here’s my look at how both these apps measure up.
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"Lisa Johnson and Yolanda Barker have published an eBook titled Hot Apps 4 HOTS: A Guide to Using Free Apps to Support Higher Order Thinking Skills. The book includes nine step-by-step activities that focus on each level of Bloom's taxonomy and includes loads of links to further resources. Like the title says, Lisa and Yolanda write about free apps and most of them work on both iPads and iPod touches. Here are the apps used in the activities:"
These new tools engage us all in various contemporary projects of shareable knowledge, hyper-connected communication and collective cognition. Our own constantly connected mobile device puts nearly infinite information at our fingertips in a dematerialized, timeless and placeless context. Strangely though, the fruits of this placeless and timeless mobility shift yield a seemingly tactile media (e.g., multi-touch) for chronological (e.g., blog) and geo-locative (e.g., check-in) tendencies.