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How to Create Quizzes Using The New Google Forms And Share Them With Students

How to Create Quizzes Using The New Google Forms And Share Them With Students | Mobile Learning-Right Now | Scoop.it
Google Forms are an easy to use, free survey tool included within G Suite for Education (formerly called Google Apps for Education, we’re still getting used to the new name too). We know many of our users leverage these forms in the classroom to survey students and create self-grading q... http://elearningfeeds.com/how-to-create-quizzes-using-the-new-google-forms-and-share-them-with-students/
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E-learning and M-learning: 6 Differences Every Training Manager Should Know

E-learning and M-learning: 6 Differences Every Training Manager Should Know | Mobile Learning-Right Now | Scoop.it

E-learning and mLearning are different from each other and cannot always be used interchangeably. While eLearning has been derived from distance learning, mLearning is derived from eLearning. But, there are certain differences between eLearning and mLearning. Here is a table that explains how... http://elearningfeeds.com/e-learning-and-m-learning-6-differences-every-training-manager-should-know/


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Insights From a Thought Leader—Big Ideas in Mobile Learning

Insights From a Thought Leader—Big Ideas in Mobile Learning | Mobile Learning-Right Now | Scoop.it
One of the best ways to identify trends is to connect with thought leaders who are advancing the training profession by researching and testing actionable ideas, and presenting new points of view. One such thought leader, Dr. David Metcalf, a senior researcher and director of the Mixed Emerging Technology Lab at the University of Central Florida, is an expert in mobile learning. We recently asked Dr. Metcalf to share three big ideas for mobile learning that are changing the design and delivery o
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Good Article on the changing face of mLearning pedagogy - uncoupling of centralized curriculum, use of crowd-sourced and user-generated content and incorporation of social, mobile, real-time, and geo into a single entitiy. 

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5 Excellent New Twitter Tools for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

5 Excellent New Twitter Tools for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Mobile Learning-Right Now | Scoop.it
RT @theedtechdoctor: 5 Excellent New Twitter Tools for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning http://t.co/2Ojf75DBB8 #edtech

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Why learning to code can help you land any job

Why learning to code can help you land any job | Mobile Learning-Right Now | Scoop.it
Code skills can make you stand out, even for positions that don't involve writing code on the day-to-day (or at all).

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To what extent do instructional designers need to know coding these days?

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mLearning: The Way of Learning Tomorrow - eLearning Industry

mLearning: The Way of Learning Tomorrow - eLearning Industry | Mobile Learning-Right Now | Scoop.it
mLearning: The Way of Learning Tomorrow. mLearning Key Features. Now, mLearning is not eLearning on a smart phone!
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mLearning article which talks about lesson size, informal learning space and performance support/just in time learning. I would add to the authors article - social learning, if using a phone with Facebook, twitter and more - this seems a natural addition. 

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mLearning versus eLearning. Are they any different?

mLearning versus eLearning. Are they any different? | Mobile Learning-Right Now | Scoop.it
mLearning is a relatively new word in our industry but is it any different from eLearning? eLearning was on the scene first, so lets start there. Do a quick Internet search and you will find a range of definitions. Some suggest that eLearning is anything that involves electronic technologies. This would include teachers projecting slides in front of their classrooms. Others argue that eLearning includes computer and Internet based activities that support learning and teaching whether they are do
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Interesting article on the size of learning chunks used in mLearning and how the whole concept of Mobile relates to eLearning.

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