In a groundbreaking first, Apple at this year's WWDC conference in June published an iTunes U course that provides educators with first party tools to teach the Swift programming language to high school students.
Dairy farms go digital with apps from School of Veterinary Medicine University of Wisconsin-Madison The utility of the apps in client education is fitting because they began as teaching tools at the SVM and continue to play a major role in...
How many times do you pick up your Smartphone even when you are seated in front of a high-tech laptop? According to a recently conducted survey, an average user picks up his phone about 221 times in a day.
A/Prof Jon Willis's insight:
Increasingly I think we have to embrace the smartphone as a learning technology. At my uni, most students have an hour commute each way, and most of them are sitting listening to their phones through speakers or updating facebook. Can we harness this 2 hours a day with useful convenient learning activities instead?
It's time to add another e-learning / edtech term to our vocabulary. Our word for this week is SCORM. SCORM? Kind of sounds like a storm of corns with worms to scorn - (well, they do rhyme). Kidding...
Lifehacker Australia How To Tell If Apps For Kids Are Actually Educational Lifehacker Australia Lots of educational apps encourage usage with reward structures — virtual stickers or fancy animations — but this is the wrong tack, according to the...
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